2013 NBA schedule: Pistons host two games over the weekend

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The Pistons will host two Eastern Conference foes over the weekend, beginning with the Hawks on Friday.

The Detroit Pistons are winners of three straight games, all of them at home, and they will wrap up a five-game homestand this weekend against the Atlanta Hawks on Friday and the Charlotte Bobcats on Sunday evening.

Atlanta has won five of their last six games and currently sit in the third spot in the Eastern Conference. The Bobcats, on the other hand, will host the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night after snapping an 18-game losing streak with a win over the Chicago Bulls on Monday.

Friday night is highlighted by the Chicago Bulls visiting the Miami Heat, along with the Boston Celtics hosting the Indiana Pacers. Later, the Clippers and Lakers do battle for Los Angeles in the ESPN nightcap game.

On Saturday, the Hawks head back to Atlanta to host the Celtics, while the Milwaukee Bucks meet the Pacers and the Clippers host the Golden State Warriors later on.

Including the Pistons game, Sunday features five games on the schedule, with the Oklahoma City Thunder visiting the Toronto Raptors in a matinee game and the Lakers hosting the Denver Nuggets in the evening.

For a complete look at the weekend schedule in the NBA, click right here.

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