Bulls vs Pistons Wednesday: Lineups, Injury Reports & Broadcast Info

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DeMar DeRozan and the Chicago Bulls (39-26) will take on Cade Cunningham and the Detroit Pistons (18-47) in part of the NBA Wednesday slate.

Things have cooled off for the Bulls as of late amid an increasing volume of injuries to key players. DeMar DeRozan has done his best to attempt to keep them afloat, but a five-game losing streak has still occurred.

The Boston Celtics have a strong chance to pass the Bulls in the Eastern Conference standings for fourth if Chicago does not quickly turn things around.

Cade Cunningham has been putting on a show lately as the Detroit Pistons are prioritized his development during the stretch run of the season.

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The Pistons will look to sneak a win against a division rival as they look to lay the foundation of a successful long-term rebuilding process.

How to Watch Chicago Bulls vs Detroit Pistons

Here’s everything to know about how to tune in to watch Chicago Bulls vs Detroit Pistons:

Date: Wednesday, March 9

Time: 8:00 p.m. ET

Location: Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan

TV Channel: Bally Sports Detroit (Pistons) and NBC Sports Chicago (Bulls)

Injury Report for Chicago Bulls vs Detroit Pistons

Chicago Bulls Injury Report: Nikola Vucevic – questionable (right hamstring strain), Lonzo Ball – out (torn meniscus), Patrick Williams – out (left wrist ligament tear), Alex Caruso – out (right wrist fracture)

Detroit Pistons Injury Report:  Killian Hayes – questionable (right adductor contusion), Frank Jackson – out (bilateral lumbar spine spasm, Isaiah Stewart

Projected Starting Lineups for Chicago Bulls vs Detroit Pistons

Chicago Bulls Projected Starting Lineup: G Ayo Dosunmu, G Zach LaVine, F Javonte Green, F DeMar DeRozan, C Nikola Vucevic

Detroit Pistons Projected Starting Lineup: G Cory Joseph, G Cade Cunnigham, F Saddiq Bey, F Jerami Grant, C Marvin Bagely III

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