The Golden State Warriors' next stop on their road trip is Little Caesars Arena in Detroit where they face the Detroit Pistons. The Golden State Warriors are coming off a nail-biter victory against the Chicago Bulls in which Damion Lee hit the game-winning three-pointer. They are expecting to carry that momentum into this game and get a victory before heading back to San Fransisco.
The Detroit Pistons have lost all three of their games and will be playing with added motivation to avoid another loss, especially against an injury-stricken Golden State Warriors team.
Detroit Pistons - Team News
The Detroit Pistons have had a frustrating start to their 2020-21 season, having lost all three of their games by close margins. Their game against Cleveland went to double overtime but they couldn't bag a victory. The roster is playing at a decent level and most of the players are putting up good numbers.
Three players on the Detroit Pistons roster are listed as "day-to-day" - their backup center Jahlil Okafor following an ankle injury, and their two veterans, Blake Griffin and Derrick Rose. All three players did not suit up for their last game against the Atlanta Hawks.
Doubtful: Derrick Rose, Blake Griffin, Jahlil Okafor
Golden State Warriors - Team News
The Golden State Warriors started their season with back-to-back losses but won their previous game against the Chicago Bulls. A game-winning three-pointer by Damion Lee and a spectacular performance by Stephen Curry helped the Warriors to the first win.
The Golden State Warriors are plagued by injuries at the moment. Veteran power forward Draymond Green is out for at least two more games as per head coach Steve Kerr. Alen Smailagic did not play against their last matchup with the Bulls and is listed "day-to-day".
Just like their star shooting guard Klay Thompson, the Golden State Warriors have lost Marquese Chriss for the remainder of the season as well, following a leg fracture.
Injured: Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Marquese Chriss
Doubtful: Alen Smailagic
At what time will Golden State Warriors vs Detroit Pistons tip-off?
USA: 29th December 2020, 7:00 PM ET
India: 30th December 2020, 5:30 AM IST
Where and How to watch the Golden State Warriors vs Detroit Pistons game?
USA: Fox Sports Detroit and NBC Sports Bay Area (Local TV), 97.1 FM The Ticket and 95.7 The Game (Radio).
For fans of the NBA watching around the world, they can use the NBA League Pass.Published 29 Dec 2020, 22:17 IST