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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Brandon Jennings
The Detroit Pistons had Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Oklahoma City Thunder had Kevin Durant. Even on a career night for Caldwell-Pope, advantage Oklahoma City.
Rodney Stuckey stood near his locker after what might have been his final home game for the Detroit Pistons.
The Cleveland Cavaliers aren't ready to throw in the towel.
The Detroit Pistons hadn't played this well in Utah since John Stockton and Karl Malone were on the Jazz.
Raptors coach Dwane Casey showed up a little late to his own postgame press conference after Wednesday's win over Detroit. Right after his team finished off the Pistons, Casey and his staff hustled off the court and huddled in their office to watch the final moments of Brooklyn's one-point win over Miami, an outcome that kept Toronto's lead atop the Atlantic Division at three games.
With interim coach John Loyer hoarsely shouting instructions, Brandon Jennings and the Detroit Pistons ran away from the San Antonio Spurs in the third quarter.
The Detroit Pistons have fired coach Maurice Cheeks halfway through his first season with the organization. Surprising? Eh, not with this team.
Thirty years ago, the Detroit Pistons beat the Denver Nuggets 186-184 in triple overtime, a game that remains the highest scoring in NBA history.
After one of his worst games of the season, Andre Drummond got a little pep talk from Detroit coach Maurice Cheeks.
Dirk Nowitzki's sore left knee isn't holding him back and Devin Harris is progressing just fine after offseason toe surgery.
Eric Gordon drove through the lane, and his floater gave New Orleans the lead with 1.9 seconds left.
Every shot Caron Butler made helped dull the pain of a recent root canal.
There's something about the Detroit Pistons that seems to bring out DeAndre Jordan's best dunks.
A former elite point guard himself, Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks was in awe of the complete game played by John Wall.
When Trey Burke took the floor shortly before tip-off, he was the only Utah player to come out of the tunnel at first.
Rodney Stuckey scored 22 points and Brandon Jennings added 17 but the Pistons lost for the 18th time in 20 road games.
"Our season definitely could have been better," Jennings said recently. "We have taken a lot of lumps and bruises throughout the year. We've been an inconsistent team all year, and that's been our main problem."