Detroit Pistons Fall Short In Toronto

Posted: 4th November 2009 by Will Dias in NBA
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The Detroit Pistons lostáWednesdayánight against the Toronto Raptors 110-99. It was the Pistons' second game in two nights, and it showed in the second quarter where they were outscored 44-28.á The Raptors' Chris Bosh and Andrea Bargnani killed the Pistons on the offensive end, with a combined 47 points. Detroit could not seem to keep Bosh off the free-throw line, as he went 15-for-20. The Pistons' three-guard combo saw heavy action again, with Tayshaun Prince and Richard Hamilton out. Will Bynum and Rodney Stuckey both had some upsides and downsides. Stuckey got into foul trouble early and only managed 13 points on 18 shots, but he did snag 10 rebounds. Bynum showed some more of his sensational moves as he burned the Toronto defense on his way to the basket multiple times. His plus min ...

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