“Detroit Fans Can Catch Four Competitive and Exciting Back-to-Back Games For The Price of One Ticket.”
Vegas- The Big 3 returns to Detroit for the start of week 4. There has been some exciting news that Pistons’ legends Rick Mahorn and s Champion Chauncey Billups will be mixing it up with the talking on the court because both of their teams will be battling each other.
Trilogy and the Killer 3’s will be competing for bragging rights, as well as the win to put them up in a race for the playoffs. This could be the match-up that many people are excited to see, but both teams are struggling to get wins. Trilogy comes into the game with a 0-3 record, while the Killer 3’s are 1-2.
Trilogy has a tendency to let teams come back when they are up five points, against a gruesome defensive team such as the Killer 3’s, Trilogy has to be explosive and take what they can from the mid-range point. Shooting threes against this team can be hard because they can guard the outside shot well and bring help on the weak side. In order for Trilogy to get a win, they need to be aggressive and play team ball. At times, they forget about their teammates or do not pass the ball on time and they end up shooting themselves in the foot.
With a 1-2 record the Killer 3’s need some type of momentum to get their energy higher than what it has been as of late. They are known to come back from behind, but how long will that last. They are taking on a struggling team that needs a win to stay in contention. The Killer 3’s needs to create turnovers and force mismatches in the paint. If they can do that then they should be able to come out on top with a victory.
Fans can grab tickets at BIG3.com or catch the action live on Facebook (facebook.com/big3onfox) beginning at 6:00 p.m. ET and FOX Sports 1 (FS1) beginning at 7:00 p.m. ET. The evening will feature former Detroit Piston Jason Maxiell along with Detroit native and Hall of Famer George ‘The Iceman’ Gervin who coaches the Ghost Ballers and is looking for his first win of the season.