After the latest showdown between the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons that saw LeBron James get into a brawl with Isaiah Stewart, the question that fans are asking now is: when is the next Lakers-Pistons game?

Fortunately for everyone waiting for the highly anticipated second meeting between the Lakers and Pistons (err LeBron and Stewart), the two teams will face once again in a week. Detroit visits LA at Staples Center–soon to be Arena–on November 28 (9:30 PM ET) for what should be another heated affair.

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For those who missed the “bloody” LeBron James-Isaiah Stewart brawl, it all started early in the third quarter when the two players were fighting for a rebound off the free throw. Based on the videos of the play, the Lakers forward seemingly elbowed the Pistons big man on the right eye, leaving the youngster bloodied.

Of course Stewart felt that LeBron elbowed him on purpose, which is why he immediately confronted him. While they were quickly separated, it didn't end there. Stewart couldn't contain his emotion and went wild–away from the grasps of his coaches and the Pistons staff–and ran towards the Lakers forward to fight him.

It was a total chaos, as one Pistons staff fell to the floor stopping him. Meanwhile, Cade Cunningham tried really hard to contain him.

Both LeBron and Stewart were ejected from the game, with the former being called for a Flagrant 2 foul for his elbow to Stewart. Meanwhile, the Pistons center received two technical fouls for multiple unsportsmanlike conduct during the brawl.

It's certainly be interesting to see what will happen when the two teams meet again. With just a week gap between their latest game to the next, the wounds of the altercation will certainly still be fresh and emotions will naturally be high at the start of the contest.

Of course the Pistons will be more motivated as well considering they lost at home. What better way to avenge that than to dismantle the Purple and Gold at home, right?

It's time to mark your calendars for Nov. 28, Lakers and Pistons fans. The second game is bound to have fireworks.