Detroit Pistons vs. New York Knicks: How to watch Friday’s summer league game

Detroit Free Press

Wondering how to watch the Detroit Pistons summer league game against the New York Knicks?

You can see it at 8 p.m. on NBA.com or NBA TV.

Top 2021 NBA draft pick Cade Cunningham and the Pistons have yet to win a summer league game but have shown plenty to get excited about.  Killian Hayes is flashing signs of being a difference-maker on the defensive end and Luka Garza has been a consistent presence on offense. That’s not to mention Cunningham, who put up 20 points and looked more comfortable in Tuesday’s game vs. the Houston Rockets.

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These games could be vital in deciding some of the final Pistons roster spots. The team has shored up most of its guard rotation, committing to Frank Jackson and Saben Lee for the short term to go along with Cunnigham and Hayes. Trey Lyles and Cory Joseph figure into the rotation that includes the aforementioned group as well as Jerami Grant, Saddiq Bey, Isaiah Stewart, Josh Jackson and Hamidou Diallo, who is a restricted free agent expected to return.

Summer League: Detroit Pistons (0-2) vs. New York Knicks (1-1)

When: 8 p.m.

Where: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas.

TV: NBA.com; NBA TV.

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