Tayshaun Prince held rookie Adam “Dirt” Morrison to just 13 points. The Pistons did just what they set out to do, frustrate Adam on both ends of the floor. While on offense he had the long Prince stuck to him like glue and on the other end he had to defend him. It was not Adams best showing but he seems to be the lone rookie that is standing out of this year’s draft class. His look on the other hand is still a puzzler.
Although a sloppy third quarter kept the Pistons from pulling away, the Bobcats lead early in the fourth quarter. The Pistons took the lead 84-82 with seven minutes left in the game and never looked back. Delfino was a big part of the fourth quarter surge with all six of his points coming in a two minute span when the Pistons pulled away for good. Not only was he a offensive spark he also did a great job defending Morrison.