Looking to win big? The 76ers and Pistons face off at 7:00 ET on NBCS. The Pistons are hosting the game at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI. The 76ers are favored in this Eastern conference showdown. The game’s over/under is currently at 222 points.


The Pick: Philadelphia 76ers -8

This game will be played at Little Caesars Arena at 7:00 ET on Friday, November 10th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 111-99 in favor of the 76ers.
  • Our projections have Joel Embiid finishing with Joel Embiid points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.
  • From the field, we have the 76ers finishing with a field goal percentage of 49.4% and knocking down 12 threes.

Will the 76ers Find a Way to Win on the Road?

Facing the Pistons today, the 76ers look to maintain their record above .500, which currently stands at 6-1. On the road this season, the 76ers have posted a 1-1 record, whereas they have a 5-0 record at home.

Without any losses against the spread, the 76ers have an ATS record of 7-0. This season, Philadelphia has a 5-0 record against the spread when they are the favorites, and they are 2-0 as underdogs.

Coming off their recent game, the 76ers offense tallied 106 points in a matchup against the Celtics. Their field goal percentage for the game was 44.2%, and they made 9 threes. For the season, the 76ers offense has been one of the more efficient shooting teams in the NBA with a field goal percentage of 49%. So far, they have hit 55% of their looks from inside the arc, and are averaging 11.1 made three’s per contest.

At present, the 76ers’ defense is ranked 6th, allowing 107.6 points per game.

Most recently, the 76ers’ defense put together a solid performance, giving up just 103 points to the Celtics.

Will the Pistons Find a Way to Win at Home?

As they prepare to face off against the 76ers, the Pistons are 2-7 overall and are looking to snap a six game losing streak. The team is presently 15th in the Eastern Conference and 5th in the Central division.

Detroit currently has an ATS record below .500, sitting at 4-5 at this point. On the road, the Pistons have an ATS record of 3-2, as opposed to a 1-3 record against the spread when playing at home.

The Pistons recently showcased a strong offensive performance, scoring 118 points against the Bucks. This output exceeded their season average of 110.3 points per game. Cade Cunningham was the leading scorer for the Pistons, putting up 33 points. In addition, Marcus Sasser contributed 26 points.

At this time, the Pistons’ defense is positioned 15th in the NBA, permitting 113.7 points per game.

In terms of two point field goal attempts, the Pistons defense has allowed a shooting percentage of 51.0% while allowing 35.7% from downtown.