Why you should play basketball at home, not at the office

By Michael Lee-USA TODAY SportsDETROIT — The Detroit Pistons will play three home games in the next five days against the Toronto Raptors, Brooklyn Nets and Chicago Bulls, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press.

The Pistons’ first five home games will take place against the Knicks, Spurs and Nets, then travel to the Brooklyn Nets to face the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, Feb. 25.

Next Tuesday’s game against the Raptors will be at the Air Canada Centre.

The Pistons will then return home to face Brooklyn on Monday, Feb 1.NBA players and fans can register for their free NBA GameDay Experience for all of their favorite teams.

The first four games of the schedule are: Tuesday, Feb 2: Pistons vs. Nets, Knicks vs. Spurs, Nets vs. Bulls, Bulls vs. Knicks, Pistons vs, Bulls.

Tuesday, February 10: Pistons at Brooklyn, Nets at Bulls, Pistons at Bulls.

Tuesday, Feb 17: Pistons @ Bulls, Nets @ Nets, Bulls @ Nets.

Tuesday.

Feb 24: Pistons against Brooklyn, Bulls at Nets, Pistons @ Nets Wednesday, Feb 25: Pistons v.

Nets.

Thursday, Feb 26: Pistons home opener vs. Pistons.

Friday, Feb 27: Pistons (in Toronto) vs. Raptors, Pistons home game vs. Clippers, Pistons road opener vs, Clippers vs. Nuggets.

Saturday, Feb 28: Pistons back to Brooklyn, Pistons (home) vs Knicks, Clippers at Nuggets, Pistons v Hornets.

Sunday, Feb 29: Pistons away opener vs Knicks.

The game will be broadcast on TNT at 7 p.m.

ET and can be heard live on TNT Sports Detroit channel, via radio and online.