#Pistons vs Warriors


Game Preview: Warriors vs. Pistons - 1/18/22

The Warriors return home to open their seven-game homestand with a matchup against the Detroit Pistons at Chase Center on Tuesday. The matchup will be the second and final meeting between the two clubs during the 2021-22 season, with the Warriors earning a 105-102 win over the Pistons on Nov. 19. Entering Tuesday’s contest, the Warriors own a 31-12 record and a NBA-best 18-3 home record.
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NBC Sports

Splash Brothers find rhythm in Warriors' win vs. Pistons

SAN FRANCISCO -- Sometimes a date with the 10-win Detroit Pistons is exactly what a team needs. That seemed to be the perfect remedy for a handful of Warriors on Tuesday night at Chase Center in their 102-86 blowout win. Playing the Pistons also clearly was the perfect potion for...

Detroit Pistons vs Golden State Warriors Prediction: Expect CoJo to Put on a Show

Detroit Pistons vs Golden State Warriors Prediction: Expect CoJo to Put on a Show. Cory Joseph o14.5 PTS/REB/AST (-125 @ Caesars) (Bet $125 to win $100) First off, I like this bet so much I’m making it my first ever two unit article play. This number just seems wildly incorrect. Cory Joseph has hit this in 7 straight games and in that span he is averaging 22.2 PRA. I understand Golden State has a great defense but this man has hit already hit vs Golden State once and with Jerami Grant remaining sidelined, the Pistons have needed more scoring on the court. Killian Hayes may be the starter but when Detroit is trailing and needing buckets I expect Joseph to be the man out there helping facilitate scoring.
CBS Sports

Warriors vs. Pistons prediction, odds: 2022 NBA picks, Jan. 18 best bets from model on 56-30 run

The Detroit Pistons and Golden State Warriors face off in a cross-conference Tuesday night battle. The Pistons (10-32) have struggled this year and were overpowered in their previous game 135-108 by the Phoenix Suns. Golden State will look to get back into the win column after falling short against the Minnesota Timberwolves in its last matchup. Guard Stephen Curry will play tonight after missing the last game with a hand injury, while Draymond Green (knee) remains out for Golden State. Jerami Grant (thumb) is out for Detroit.
Vacaville Reporter

Steph Curry, Klay Thompson splash again in Warriors’ big win vs. Pistons

SAN FRANCISCO — In case there was any doubt, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson quickly quieted whatever concerns existed following a 1-3 road trip and a stretch of subpar play that dated back even further. Yes, the Splash Brothers are back. Curry and Thompson had shared the court three...

Rookie Jonathan Kuminga enters starting lineup for Warriors on Tuesday vs. Pistons

With Draymond Green slated to miss at least the next two weeks due to a calf and lower back injury, Steve Kerr will need to add a new face to Golden State’s lineup. To start a seven-game homestand against the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday, Jonathan Kuminga will get the call in the starting lineup. The 19-year-old rookie will join the starting lineup alongside Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins and Kevon Looney.
San Francisco Chronicle

Warriors’ Steph Curry, Klay Thompson rediscovering ‘Splash Brother’ magic

After draining a 3-pointer in the waning seconds of the second quarter Tuesday night, Warriors guard Klay Thompson drew back the left side of his mouth, raised his arms, and placed his thumbs and index fingers together. A few feet away, Stephen Curry, straight-faced, also lifted his arms and signaled...

January 16th NBA Player Props – Best Bets Including Suns vs Pistons, Warriors vs Timberwolves

Just four games are scheduled across the NBA on Sunday. However, the Suns, Warriors, and Jazz are all in action. It’s a light slate in the Association on Sunday, January 16th, with just four contests on the schedule. There are some very good teams in action though as the NBA-best Phoenix Suns face the Detroit Pistons, while the Golden State Warriors wrap up their road trip against Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Pistons start road trip tonight, could get Grant and Olynyk back soon

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (WKZO AM/FM) – The Detroit Pistons begin a four-game road trip tonight against the Golden State Warriors. Detroit fell to 10-and-32 on the season after a 135-108 loss to the Phoenix Suns Sunday. The Pistons will also visit Sacramento, Utah and Denver before returning home. The...