After a hard fought loss in the season opener on Halloween night, the Suns are looking to avoid a 0-2 start to begin the season when they play the Detroit Pistons tonight from downtown Phoenix at US Airways Center. After winning a championship in 2004, the Pistons have been on a steady decline. Long gone are the days of Chauncey Billups, Rasheed Wallace and Ben Wallace. Detroit is now in a new era with a lot of young players filling their roster.
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