Truth time: I’m killing on NBA 2k with the Pistons right now, to make myself feel better. KCP is shooting primarily mid range shots, there’s a ton of pick & roll with Andre, and Reggie is racking up assist. If only this were real life.
On to the real game.
The Detroit Pistons, dug themselves another massive hole, this time against the Milwaukee Bucks. At one point the Pistons were down as much as 22. They started off extremely slow. Sluggish even. Scoring just 19 points in the first quarter, and 15 in the second. Not exactly a recipe for victory.
Out of 9 back to backs the Pistons have played so far this season, they have only successfully won both games once. Which is a big reason for the reason 26-30 record.
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The Detroit Pistons traded for point guard Reginald Shon Jackson February 19,2015 in a three-way deal that included big man Enes Kanter from the Utah Jazz. OKC had to move Jackson because a) his agent had demanded it, b) the two sides were far apart in terms of what they'd be willing to accept in a new contract. Four short... Continue Reading →