Detroit Pistons stuck in Dallas, Wednesday’s game postponed

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On Monday night, the Detroit Pistons gave it their all, but they came up short against the Dallas Mavericks as Luka Doncic poured in 53 points during the Mavs 111-105 win. Following the game, the Pistons were supposed to fly back to Detroit, where they would begin their preparations for Wednesday night’s game against the Washington Wizards. Well, the Pistons may have started their preparations for the Wizards, but, unfortunately, that game will not take place as originally scheduled. According to a report from Omari Sankofa, a league source has indicated to him that tonight’s Pistons-Wizards game that was set to take place has been postponed because the Pistons are still stuck in Dallas due to poor weather conditions.

Why it Matters

Though it has not yet been officially announced when the game between the Pistons and Wizards will be made up, we are certain that it will not be played on Wednesday night.

  • The Pistons are currently stuck in Dallas
  • Wednesday night’s game between the Detroit Pistons and Washington Wizards has been postponed
  • A makeup date has not yet been announced
  • If you have tickets for tonight’s game, please stay tuned more a makeup date

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