Detoit-Memphis: Pistons Dominate Grizzlies

Posted: 28th October 2009 by Bill Dias in NBA
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The Detroit Pistons opened the 2009-2010 season Wednesday night with a 96-74 blowout win at Memphis. The win, only one point away from tying a season opener record for margin of victory, was largely due to the outstanding play of the Pistons guards and a certain four time defensive player of the year. Richard (Rip) Hamilton poured in 25 points after a dismal shooting performance early in the game. New Piston, Ben Gordon, added 22 points of his own, while hitting 4-of-7 three pointers. Rodney Stuckey and Will Bynum both had solid contributions as well with Stuckey snagging 12 points on 6-for-10 shooting, and Bynum dishing seven assists while being a pest on defense. Ben Wallace looked very active, altering what seemed like every shot in the paint. He also led the team in rebounds with nine. ...

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