Five Detroit Pistons games to watch in 2015-16

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February 21st against New Orleans

It’s not going to be often this season where one could say that Andre Drummond is at risk of being overmatched in the paint, but modern-day superman Anthony Davis overmatches everybody. Davis is just too good, and is probably only a couple years away from being unanimously considered the best player in the world. Granted, it’s also going to take a LeBron James retirement, but suffice it to say The Brow is awesome.

This offseason the Pelicans hired former Pistons assistant and head coach Alvin Gentry to replace former head coach Monty Williams. Gentry is expected to finally unleash Anthony Davis as an offensive weapon.

Of all the games on this list, this matchup of young superstar big men of the future might be the most intriguing.

Which game (or games) are you looking forward to the most?