The Detroit Pistons and the Philadelphia 76ers meet for the fourth and final time this season.
The Detroit Pistons were able to snap an ugly 10-game skid last night with an impressive 105-95 win over the Grizzlies despite playing without the injured Greg Monroe. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope led the scoring with 24 points while Andre Drummond added 16 points and 16 rebounds, but the night belonged to Reggie Jackson who broke out with 23 points and a career-high 20 assists. As a team, the Pistons were able to dominated the second half by 66-41, erasing a 15-point half time deficit and improve to 24-43 on the season.
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the Philadelphia 76ers have lost 12 of their last 15 and are coming off a 108-89 loss to the Celtics. Nerlens Noel continued his strong form with a team-high 18 points, Ish Smith added 16 points and Hollis Thompson added 13 points but the Sixers were simply blown out of the water right from tipoff as they fell behind by 38-18 after the first quarter and could never threaten to come back. The Sixers have actually been pretty competitive lately, winning two of their last five and staying within single digits in the other two losses, but this was a loss cause before halftime.
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Philadelphia has won two of three matchups with Detroit, posting its best defensive effort this season in an 89-69 victory in the most recent meeting Jan. 28.
The Pistons shot 30.7 percent in that contest, their worst since hitting 30.5 against Indiana on Feb. 15, 2001.
Greg Monroe (knee) sat out Tuesday’s game but is expected to face the Sixers.
Quincy Miller (ankle) is day to day.
Brandon Jennings (Achilles) is out indefinitely.
Joel Embiid (foot) and Tony Wroten (knee) are out indefinitely for the Sixers.