Strong 2nd half leads Pistons over Bulls, 107-91


The Detroit Pistons defeated the Chicago Bulls 107-91 in what was a complete team effort Saturday night.

After trailing 56-44 at the end of the first half, the Pistons came out on fire in the second half and never looked back. They shot 44-90 (.489%) from the field, including 11 three pointers. The Bulls were held to 33-77 (.429%) from the field and hit only six three-point shots.

The Pistons forced the Bulls into 11 turnovers, several coming in the fourth quarter, creating a crucial shift in momentum.

Six Pistons scored in double figures tonight, including a team-high 22 points and 11 assists from Reggie Jackson. Spencer Dinwiddie had a strong fourth quarter and finished the game with a double-double, tallying 10 points, 10 assists, and 3 rebounds.

Joel Anthony performed of the bench, doing his part to help fill the void left by the injured Greg Monroe. Anthony finished with 6 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 blocks.

Pau Gasol led the Bulls with 27 points and had 10 rebounds.


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