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Detroit Pistons 2012-13 schedule

DAY

DATE

OPPONENT

TIME

Wed.

31-Oct-12

Houston

7:30

Fri.

2-Nov-12

at Phoenix

10:00

Sun.

4-Nov-12

at L.A. Lakers

9:30

Tue.

6-Nov-12

at Denver

9:00

Wed.

7-Nov-12

at Sacramento

10:00

Fri.

9-Nov-12

at Oklahoma City

8:00

Sat.

10-Nov-12

at Houston

8:00

Mon.

12-Nov-12

Oklahoma City

7:30

Wed.

14-Nov-12

at Philadelphia

7:00

Fri.

16-Nov-12

Orlando

7:00

Sun.

18-Nov-12

Boston

7:30

Wed.

21-Nov-12

at Orlando

7:00

Fri.

23-Nov-12

Toronto

7:30

Sun.

25-Nov-12

at New York

1:00

Mon.

26-Nov-12

Portland

7:30

Wed.

28-Nov-12

Phoenix

7:30

Fri.

30-Nov-12

at Memphis

8:00

Sat.

1-Dec-12

at Dallas

9:00

Mon.

3-Dec-12

Cleveland

7:30

Wed.

5-Dec-12

Golden State

7:30

Fri.

7-Dec-12

Chicago

7:30

Sat.

8-Dec-12

at Cleveland

7:30

Mon.

10-Dec-12

at Philadelphia

7:00

Tue.

11-Dec-12

Denver

7:30

Fri.

14-Dec-12

at Brooklyn

7:30

Sat.

15-Dec-12

Indiana

7:30

Mon.

17-Dec-12

L.A. Clippers

7:30

Wed.

19-Dec-12

at Toronto

7:00

Fri.

21-Dec-12

Washington

7:30

Sat.

22-Dec-12

at Washington

7:00

Wed.

26-Dec-12

at Atlanta

7:30

Fri.

28-Dec-12

Miami

7:30

Sun.

30-Dec-12

Milwaukee

7:30

Tue.

1-Jan-13

Sacramento

7:30

Fri.

4-Jan-13

Atlanta

7:30

Sun.

6-Jan-13

Charlotte

7:30

Fri.

11-Jan-13

at Milwaukee

8:30

Sat.

12-Jan-13

Utah

7:30

Thu.

17-Jan-13

New York

TBD

Sun.

20-Jan-13

Boston

7:30

Tue.

22-Jan-13

Orlando

7:30

Wed.

23-Jan-13

at Chicago

8:00

Fri.

25-Jan-13

at Miami

7:30

Sun.

27-Jan-13

at Orlando

6:00

Tue.

29-Jan-13

Milwaukee

7:30

Wed.

30-Jan-13

at Indiana

7:00

Fri.

1-Feb-13

Cleveland

7:30

Sun.

3-Feb-13

L.A. Lakers

1:00

Mon.

4-Feb-13

at New York

7:30

Wed.

6-Feb-13

Brooklyn

7:30

Fri.

8-Feb-13

San Antonio

7:30

Sat.

9-Feb-13

at Milwaukee

8:30

Mon.

11-Feb-13

New Orleans

7:30

Wed.

13-Feb-13

Washington

7:30

Tue.

19-Feb-13

Memphis

7:30

Wed.

20-Feb-13

at Charlotte

7:00

Fri.

22-Feb-13

at Indiana

7:00

Sat.

23-Feb-13

Indiana

7:30

Mon.

25-Feb-13

Atlanta

7:30

Wed.

27-Feb-13

at Washington

8:00

Fri.

1-Mar-13

at New Orleans

8:00

Sun.

3-Mar-13

at San Antonio

7:00

Wed.

6-Mar-13

New York

7:30

Fri.

8-Mar-13

Dallas

7:30

Sun.

10-Mar-13

at L.A. Clippers

9:30

Mon.

11-Mar-13

at Utah

9:00

Wed.

13-Mar-13

at Golden State

10:30

Sat.

16-Mar-13

at Portland

10:00

Mon.

18-Mar-13

Brooklyn

7:30

Fri.

22-Mar-13

at Miami

7:30

Sat.

23-Mar-13

at Charlotte

7:00

Tue.

26-Mar-13

Minnesota

7:30

Fri.

29-Mar-13

Toronto

7:30

Sun.

31-Mar-13

at Chicago

7:00

Mon.

1-Apr-13

at Toronto

7:00

Wed.

3-Apr-13

at Boston

7:30

Sat.

6-Apr-13

at Minnesota

8:00

Sun.

7-Apr-13

Chicago

7:30

Wed.

10-Apr-13

at Cleveland

7:00

Fri.

12-Apr-13

Charlotte

7:30

Mon.

15-Apr-13

Philadelphia

7:30

Wed.

17-Apr-13

at Brooklyn

8:00

10 Comments

  • Jul 26, 201210:37 pm
    by Chris

    Reply

    The schedule makers really do not do us any favors again to begin the season. 6 game western conference road trip…looks like we’ll be tested early.

  • Jul 26, 201210:47 pm
    by CJ

    Reply

    Two Nationwide games, hopefully they aren’t taken away this year

    • Jul 26, 201211:01 pm
      by MNM

      Reply

      They¬†will be.. I don’t think anyone cares to see Orlando/Detroit.. Can’t say I blame them..

      • Jul 26, 201211:17 pm
        by Daye and Knight

        Reply

        Especially if Dwight is traded by then…ESPN could do better lol

        • Jul 27, 20129:58 am
          by Remy Porsella

          Reply

          I actually think if Dwight is traded around then, ESPN might want to keep the game to show the “new look” Magic in action.

  • Jul 26, 201211:30 pm
    by Vince

    Reply

    38 – 44. Thats my prediction. Not sure if its good enough for a playoff spot but I’m sure they’ll be more entertaining to watch.

  • Jul 27, 20122:57 am
    by Scott

    Reply

    18 back-to-back series(36 games) this season! I haven’t looked at other teams schedules, but that seems like a lot. I know the Pistons were very strong a few years back with back-to-back, but this seems tougher given the youth of our team. More notably, December looks like a hellish month.

  • Jul 27, 20123:59 am
    by gmehl

    Reply

    Wow we start off with the first game at home and then a 6 game road trip. This could be viewed in a bad way but or it could bring the team together earlier as a tight unit. If they can come out of this early stretch with a .500 record then it could set up our season nicely…or i guess it could bring the downfall of it too.

  • Jul 27, 20125:07 am
    by pokerpro932

    Reply

    As I see it we can eeeeeeeasily be 0-12 to start the season.Dont get your hopes high,people,it will be a freakishly tough start.I hope we make it though.

  • Jul 27, 201210:12 am
    by Remy Porsella

    Reply

    I just went through game by game, and tried my best to remain unbiased (I didn’t do a very good job) and tried to factor in things like back to backs and momentum. I had us going 42-40 (remember I’m a diehard fan so I’m always going to be on the optimistic side), that being said I do think that could be a realistic record depending on how well Drummond and English play coupled with the continued development of Brandon’s point guard skills and Monroe’s defense/rebounding. Stuckey has the ability to be a stud, which he demonstrated in several stretches last year. As long as he remains consistent and healthy he can take on some of the scoring burden off of Maggette.

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