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(NECN: Waltham, Mass.) - Ask Kevin Garnett, and he'll tell you he doesn't expect to see the same Detroit Pistons team on the floor Thursday night than the one the Celtics beat 88-76 in Detroit last week. They have had a chance to get used to having Allen Iverson, and that gives the Pistons some new dimensions. "AI's isolation is probably one of the hardest to guard in the league," Garnett told reporters. "Detroit's basketball was once 'hard nosed half court', now it looks like they are trying to run." "They've got the guys to run," he added, "so it does give them a different look, a different threat." Garnett wouldn't comment on his one-game suspension, which he served Tuesday after a fight Saturday with Milwaukee's Andrew Bogut.