Welcome Back Rip: Bynum and Gordon Looking To Return Against Houston

Eric YarmolukCorrespondent IDecember 15, 2009

Richard Hamilton had a great return starting for the Pistons on Saturday against the Golden State Warriors putting up 18 points. Rip is looking to start again in the Pistons next match up against Houston but with two more guards beside him.

Will Bynum and Ben Gordon are feeling better and are saying they are ready to play come game time against Houston.

The Detroit Pistons have been playing amazing ball and have won 6 out of their last 7 games and are sitting on a five game win streak.

The Pistons go into Houston monday night seeking a 6th straight win with Rip back in the starting lineup with Gordon and Bynum possibly making a return as well coming off the bench.

The Pistons have to make sure they keep the chemistry going that they have had these past 7 games. With the Pistons getting use to the lineup consisting of Chucky Atkins, Rodney Stuckey, Jonas Jerebko, Jason Maxiell and Ben Wallace, they are now adding a different player back into that starting lineup. That of course being Richard Hamilton.

The veteran that Rip Hamilton is for Detroit there shouldn't be a problem being able to move the ball effectively still.

With the Pistons having their talented Guard lineup getting closer to one hundred percent healthy you can expect the Pistons to score more points and always have fresh legs on the court.

Starting Rodney Stuckey and Rip Hamilton, John Kuester can have the confidence to be able to sit either one of these two and put in Will Bynum and Ben Gordon to continue the hot scoring all throughout the game which will give any team in the NBA a hard time on defense.

The Pistons are getting close to being a healthy team once again but still wait patiently for Tayshaun Prince to get back in the starting lineup when that injured back is fully healed.

We have only seen a healthy Pistons team for one game this year and it will be exciting to see what the Pistons can do once they are back to one hundred percent.