The Detroit #Pistons put up another convincing win Saturday night at The Palace of Auburn Hills Saturday night behind stellar games from Brandon Jennings and Josh Smith. The Pistons 126-109 win was the most point they’d score since they defeated the Denver in March of 2008.
- Brandon Jennings was on fire scoring a season high 35 points on 11-of-22 shooting with 12 assists and just two turnovers. Another highlight filled night from Brandon, on the night after he narrowly missed a triple double. Credit Jennings for being a catalyst during their run in the third quarter and pushing the lead to 14.
- Brandon Jennings Highlights via NBA.com
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- Jennings is currently 4th in the league for PG’s in efficiency in the past five games, and ranked 7th in the past 10.
- Another reason why the NBA should be ashamed of themselves for Andre Drummond not being an All-Star reserve. Andre with his Eastern Conference leading 38th double-double scoring 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting, with 15 boards and three blocked shots. Andre’s numbers speak for themselves and watching him makes it evident that he’s a star.
- The Pistons won with game playing just three off the bench. Stuckey played 28 minutes, scoring 19, while Caldwell-Pope and Jerebko combined for 14 minutes and zero points.
- No Bynum again.
- Josh Smith with 30 points on 14-of-27 shooting with 10 boards, 8 assists, four steals and a blocked shot. Two almost triple-double’s in two nights from two different Pistons. That’s nice!
- Josh Smith Highlights via NBA.com
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Josh Smith: “We’re winning basketball games at home. Early on, we struggled. It feels good to be able to get that monkey off our back and keep winning consistent games at home.” Via Pistons.com
- The Pistons put up 65 at the half.
- Just 10 turnovers for the Pistons Saturday night. Less than half from the night before.
- Greg Monroe with 14 points and six boards in 30 minutes.
- It’s clear that Detroit has and issue with Harrellson out, especially when Drummond or Monroe get into foul trouble.
- Game Highlights via Pistons.com
- Kyle Singler with the start again. Kyle scored 10 on 4-of-10 shooting with three boards, two steals and one assist. He didn’t shoot as well as he did Friday night, but he’s still putting up better numbers offensively that KCP.
- 66 points in the paint for the Pistons.
- Monday night at the Palace against the Spurs will not be easy.