#5695 Houston
#5696 Detroit

Friday January 22, 2021
at 7:00pm EST

6 Free Predictions

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statsalt

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The Detroit Pistons host the Houston Rockets in Friday night NBA action from Little Ceasers Arena in Detroit, Michigan, beginning at 7 pm EST.  Lines/Totals have not been released for this contest, however, please check back in a few hours for predictions. The new-look Rockets lost their 3rd-straight game after falling at home to the Phoenix Suns Wednesday night as Deandre Ayton along with Devin Booker each shined bright in accounting for 50 of the Suns' points in the contest as the team shot 48... Read more

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winnersandwhiners

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The struggling Detroit Pistons hope to catch some form of a break in Friday’s home game a Houston Rockets team on a three-game losing streak. It has been a tough transition for the Rockets with the loss of James Harden and dealing with an injury-riddled roster. They fell in defeat on Wednesday to the Phoenix Suns on their home floor in a 109-103 loss. Things haven’t looked any better for the 3-11 Pistons, either. They have dropped back-to-back losses to the Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat. Wall exp... Read more

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actionnetwork

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Rockets vs. Pistons Odds Rockets Odds +3 Pistons Odds -3 Moneyline +124 / -146 Over/Under N/A Time 7 p.m. ET TV NBA League Pass Odds as of Thursday Read more

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sportschatplace

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pickdawgz

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Detroit Pistons (3-11) vs Houston Rockets (4-9) Game Info: Friday, January 22, 2021 at 7:00 pm (Little Caesars Arena) Betting Odds: Detroit Pistons -3 -- Over/Under: Click Here for the Latest Odds The Detroit Pistons play host to the Houston Rockets at Little Caesars Arena on Friday night. The Houston Rockets have been in rough shape as they’ve lost five of their last six games and they will be hoping to avoid a fourth straight defeat after falling short against the Suns in a 109-103 loss on Wed... Read more

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covers

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Stephen Silas would love to see how well the new-look Houston Rockets can play without James Harden. But once again, the Rockets' first-year head coach won't get that chance with a full roster on Friday when the team travels to Detroit to face the Pistons. Since the Rockets traded the disgruntled former Most Valuable Player to Brooklyn, they continue to deal with injuries and other issues. John Wall is out until at least next week with knee soreness. Danuel House is on the league's health and sa... Read more