Detroit-Milwaukee: Bucks Kick Pistons

Posted: 31st October 2009 by Will Dias in NBA
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The Detroit Pistons dropped their second game in a row to the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, 96-85. Brandon Jennings, the Bucks first round pick this summer, torched the Pistons for 24 points. Hakim Warrick was also able to exploit the Pistons to the tune of 21 points, thanks in part to taking 15 free throws and sinking 10. Similar to the game against Oklahoma City, the Pistons came out strong in the first half, yet fell flat after the halftime break. The Pistons hot start can be attributed to a combination of Ben Gordon and Rodney Stuckey. áBy the six minute mark in the first quarter the two guards had combined to shoot 5-5, giving the Pistons a comfortable 17-7 lead. As well as the Pistons played in the first half, they could not bring themselves back to that level after the break. Most ...

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