The Detroit Pistons will take on the Washington Wizards in a rare day game with a noon tip-off in the Motor City.
Can I first say that weekend day games are wholly underrated, especially for those of us who live overseas and don't always want to stay up until 3 AM to see the Pistons lose.
We'll get treated to two of them this weekend, as the Pistons also have a day game tomorrow against the Thunder, as the time was moved to accommodate the Lions in the NFC Championship (go Lions!)
The Pistons will be looking for their second win in a row, an outlandish proposition for a team that has only accomplished that feat once this season.
But the big question is whether we will see Cade Cunningham back in the Detroit Pistons' rotation.
Is Cade Cunningham playing today? Pistons injuries vs. Wizards
Cade Cunningham is listed as probable for today's game and his return would mark the first time this season the Pistons will have their full complement of players.
Of course, he was probable for the last game and ended up not playing, so hold your bets until the Pistons make it official before the game.
Speaking of bets, the Pistons are actually a -2.5 favorite at home according to Fanduel, which marks one of the only times this season they have been favored.
However, the books generally give three points to the home team, so this is really them saying it's pretty much even with a slight edge to the Wizards, who have lost six straight in their quest to dethrone the Pistons as the worst team in the NBA.
How to watch Pistons vs. Wizards
You can watch the Pistons vs. Wizards on Bally Sports Detroit or listen on 97.1 FM The Ticket.
You can stream the game on NBA League Pass if you live out of the Detroit market or can get a free trial at FUBOtv.
A win tonight for Detroit would push them within a game of Washington for the worst record in the league, so tonight's game does have some implications for draft position, though not much else.