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Topic - Andre Drummond
Andre Drummond had his best night on the boards.
Houston is starting to make a habit of 40-point first quarters.
The fact that San Antonio weathered a spate of injuries and a road trip that lasted nearly a month did not surprise Detroit coach John Loyer. But the efficiency the Spurs showed in their return home and return to health left him and the Pistons a bit awe-struck.
Samuel Dalembert had more offensive rebounds than Andre Drummond, Greg Monroe and Josh Smith combined.
It was one of the most spectacular plays of a dreary season for the Detroit Pistons: Andre Drummond knocked a pass away near midcourt, took off toward the basket and threw down an emphatic one-handed dunk while being fouled by Atlanta's Elton Brand.
Al Jefferson beat up the Detroit Pistons in a key game in the chase for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
Andre Drummond grabbed everything in sight, even that MVP trophy that came apart.
Kyrie Irving's last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland - and the Cavaliers' longest winning streak since LeBron James left.
The Detroit Pistons are in the mix for a playoff spot this season. Aside from that, not much has changed at The Palace.
Even by the Detroit Pistons' recent standards, this was an abrupt change.
The Detroit Pistons have fired coach Maurice Cheeks halfway through his first season with the organization. Surprising? Eh, not with this team.
The Detroit Pistons are still one of the worst fourth-quarter teams in the NBA.
With owner Tom Gores seated courtside, the Detroit Pistons looked at least somewhat like a team that could be tough to play against during the second half of the season.
After one of his worst games of the season, Andre Drummond got a little pep talk from Detroit coach Maurice Cheeks.
Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins and Minnesota's Nikola Pekovic have been two of the most unstoppable offensive forces in the Western Conference in the first half of this season.
He said he decided to surprise Mosqueda-Lewis, who has been a close friend since they were freshmen together.
"They just outplayed us in the fourth quarter," Andre Drummond said. "They are a very disciplined team that prides itself on defense. We hung with them for three quarters, but they ran their offense in the fourth quarter and outexecuted us."