5 Facts to Know For Knicks-Pistons

The Knicks head to Detroit, looking to build on their win against Boston as they face Andre Drummond and the Pistons.

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1 Motor City Revenge

In the Knicks’ home opener on Oct. 21, the Detroit Pistons managed to escape a nail-biter to defeat New York 111-107.

Tonight, they travel to Little Caesars Arena seeking redemption, revenge and to even up their season series with Detroit.

2 The Comeback Unicorn

Kristaps Porzingis talks about his 0-for-11 shooting performance in the win over Boston and whether his injured knee was a factor.

In the Knicks’ raucous win over Boston at The Garden, Kristaps Porzingis finished the night on 0-for-11 shooting while notching one point from the charity stripe.

Can ‘The Unicorn’ bounce-back strong and put up the numbers we know he’s capable of?

3 Easy Breezy, Michael Beasley

Michael Beasley speaks with Rebecca Haarlow after scoring a season-high 32 points in the Knicks' 102-93 win over the Celtics.

With an odd showing from Kristaps Porzingis, Michael Beasley stepped up in a huge way to lead the Knicks to victory against Boston.

The former No. 2 overall pick from the 2008 NBA Draft recorded 32 points and 12 rebounds off the bench, playing catalyst as the Knicks surged in the fourth quarter.

4 Hornacek to Ride Hot-Hand

Jeff Hornacek holds his post-game press conference after the Knicks' 102-93 win over the Celtics.

Jeff Hornacek stresses the Knicks to play hard while needing contributions from his entire roster following the Knicks-Celtics tilt.

Look for Hornacek to employ and utilize his lineup with whoever has the hot-hand and matchup advantages in Detroit.

5 Wrapping Up Dre Drumm

Pistons star Andre Drummond has been putting in some work on his musical endeavors as of late, in which he goes by the name of “Dre Drumm.”

Let’s see if the Knicks can wrap up Andre Drummond, rapper and NBA center.