Sixers vs. Pistons game preview: How to watch, TV channel, start time

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The Philadelphia 76ers will return home from a two-game road trip to host the Detroit Pistons on Thursday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch all the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The matchup with the Pistons will begin a four-game homestand for the Sixers.

The Pistons come in winless. They have had a tough time getting it together on the offensive end. They are last in the league in both points per game and offensive rating, which offers the Sixers a good chance to bounce back. Despite the injury to Joel Embiid, they still have Tobias Harris to lead the way against a team they should beat.

Here’s when and where you should tune in to see the matchup:

  • Date: Thursday, Oct. 28

  • Time: 7 p.m. EDT

  • Location: Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Philadelphia

  • Channel: NBC Sports Philadelphia

Probable starting lineups

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Guard – Tyrese Maxey

  • Guard – Seth Curry

  • Forward – Danny Green

  • Forward – Tobias Harris

  • Center – Joel Embiid (questionable)

Detroit Pistons

  • Guard – Killian Hayes

  • Guard – Josh Jackson

  • Forward – Saddiq Bey

  • Forward – Jerami Grant

  • Center – Isaiah Stewart

This post originally appeared on Sixers Wire! Follow us on Facebook!

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