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Milwaukee Bucks vs. Detroit Pistons: How to stream, TV schedule, time, live score (11/3/17)

Pistons, Bucks square off at Little Caesars Arena

AUBURN HILLS, MI - DECEMBER 28: Tobias Harris #34 of the Detroit Pistons grabs a second half rebound next to Jabari Parker #12 of the Milwaukee Bucks at the Palace of Auburn Hills on December 28, 2016 in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
AUBURN HILLS, MI - DECEMBER 28: Tobias Harris #34 of the Detroit Pistons grabs a second half rebound next to Jabari Parker #12 of the Milwaukee Bucks at the Palace of Auburn Hills on December 28, 2016 in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

DETROIT – The Detroit Pistons will host the Milwaukee Bucks at Little Caesars Arena on Friday night in Detroit. Here's how to watch it LIVE.

Here's what you need to know for Bucks-Pistons:

Tip off time: 7:00 p.m. ET
TV info: FSWI, FSDT
Streaming info: FoxSportsGo App
Team records: Detroit (5-3) vs. Milwaukee (4-4)

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Ball, Lakers romp to 113-93 win over Pistons

The Los Angeles Lakers were locked in to deliver their best effort of the season. The Detroit Pistons were anything but ready, and the gap between the two mindsets was obvious.

Julius Randle scored 17 points, Lonzo Ball added 13 and the Lakers smashed the Pistons 113-93 on Tuesday night.

Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy was unsure about how his team might handle the adulation associated with a surprising 5-2 start, and those concerns proved to be well-founded in a loss he described as a “humbling experience.

“There’s nothing we did well and they dominated us,” Van Gundy said. “We had no fight in us. It was a bad, bad night.”

The Lakers used a 16-5 run in the first quarter to take a lead they would never relinquish, eventually jumping out in front by as many as 23.

Another superb defensive effort keyed the win, as the Lakers allowed three free-throws, the fewest in a game in franchise history.

“This is the way we want to play,” said Lakers forward Brandon Ingram, who had 13 points. “This is kind of the identity we want to bring every single game.”

Larry Nance Jr. had 14 points and 12 rebounds for his third double-double for the Lakers, who had lost the previous three games against the Pistons. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 13 points in his first chance to play against the Pistons, who drafted him No. 8 overall in 2013.

Tobias Harris and Reggie Jackson each had 18 points for the Pistons, who were unable to sweep their three-game California road trip. Andre Drummond had 10 points and 12 rebounds.

Ball had a modest statistical performance, finishing with six rebounds and three assists, but Lakers head coach Luke Walton credited him with setting the tone. Ball was aggressive in attacking the paint to create an easy shot for himself or a teammate, and that unselfishness became infectious.

Seven Lakers finished with double figures, and six had at least three assists.

“Take away the Phoenix game, this is the best game he’s played I thought,” Walton said. “The way that his pace was, the way he pushed the ball all the time. He was in the other team’s paint. He just set the tone and I thought the whole team fed off the way he was playing.”


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