Friday, June 2 2023

When: 7 p.m. Monday.

Where: Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

TV: Bally Sports Detroit.

Radio: 97.1 FM (Pistons radio affiliates).

Box score

Game notes: The Pistons have lost 16 of 17 games to drop to the very bottom of the 30-team NBA standings, including five losses in a row. The Bucks are at the very top, owners of the league’s best record. The last time the Bucks were in Detroit was in January, when they put up 150 points on the Pistons in a 20-point win. They’ve won all three meetings this season. After this, the Pistons take a three-game road trip, starting Wednesday in Oklahoma City, then Friday in Houston and Sunday in Orlando.

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