It looked like the Pistons were well on their way to another road beatdown Wednesday night. Will Bynum's jump shot with 6:08 left pulled the Pistons to within four, 90-86, and there was a definite sense of impatience from the home crowd. They looked like they wanted to be anywhere besides Oracle Arena as the Warriors scored on their first six possessions and raced to 15-5 lead, forcing the first Pistons time-out at the 8:48 mark of the first quarter. But the Pistons actually showed a little fight and made it competitive, pulling to within four points as late as the midway point of the fourth quarter. But the Pistons’ inability to match-up with Warriors guards Stephen Curry and Jarrett Jack led to the team’s seventh straight defeat. The duo combined for 50 points in the Warriors’ 105-97 victory – the Pistons’ 10th loss in 11 games.
Golden State 105, Detroit Pistons 97: Rodney Stuckey can't stop seventh straight loss
Detroit Free Press | Mar 14