RECAP: Detroit Pistons Edge Out Charlotte Hornets 118-112 in Thrilling Game

Despite 23 turnovers, the Detroit Pistons beat the Charlotte Hornets 118-112.

The Detroit Pistons had a rollercoaster of a game against the Charlotte Hornets, with both teams exchanging blows and fighting for the lead throughout the match. However, the Pistons managed to pull through, thanks to the heroics of Saddiq Bey and Jaden Ivey. The two players stepped up when it mattered most and secured the win for the Pistons, with a final score of 118-112. In this article, we'll delve into the game, analyzing the stats, key moments, and standout players, giving an in-depth look at what went down in Detroit's Little Caesars Arena on Friday, Feb. 3, 2023.

Pistons vs. Charlotte Hornets

Why it Matters

The Detroit Pistons were on the brink of defeat after gifting the Charlotte Hornets a season-high 30 points from their 23 turnovers. However, the Pistons came back with heroics from Saddiq Bey and Jaden Ivey. Ivey had one of his best games of the year, scoring 24 points on 8-for-11 shooting and adding 7 assists. Meanwhile, Bey added 22 points, and Bojan Bogdanovic contributed 21 points. Ivey also generated Bey’s game-clinching 3-pointer with 32 seconds on the clock.

Pistons vs. Hornets By the Numbers

Jaden Ivey and Pistons Stats
  • Ivey scored 24 points on 8-for-11 shooting, including 4-for-4 on 3-pointers.
  • Isaiah Stewart recorded 8 points, 16 rebounds, and a career-high 6 assists.
  • Jalen Duren had 13 points and 13 rebounds.
  • LaMelo Ball and Terry Rozier each had 23 points for the Hornets.

What They're Saying

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“You have an opportunity to go through something together,” Casey said. “You give into the fact that there’s nothing you can do about the weather. You can’t control that just like sometimes you can’t control whether you make or miss a shot. From that standpoint, guys did a good job of fighting through it, getting through it and I thought our organization did a good job of really trying as much as we could to keep everyone busy, happy. We had some sponsors on the trip that missed a whole week of office time, trying to make it up to them and make it as comfortable as possible.”

The Bottom Line

Jaden Ivey led the Pistons with one of his best games of the year and secured the win for the team. Despite their season-high 23 turnovers, the Pistons were able to bounce back and secure the victory over the Charlotte Hornets.

Remaining Games on the Detroit Pistons Schedule

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Feb 12, 2023at Toronto3:00 pmScotiabank Arena
Feb 15, 2023at Boston7:30 pmTD Garden
Feb 23, 2023at Orlando7:00 pmAmway Center
Feb 25, 2023Toronto12:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Feb 27, 2023at Charlotte7:00 pmSpectrum Center
Mar 1, 2023Chicago7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 4, 2023at Cleveland7:30 pmRocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Mar 7, 2023Portland7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 9, 2023Charlotte7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 11, 2023Indiana7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 13, 2023Indiana7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 14, 2023at Washington7:00 pmCapital One Arena
Mar 16, 2023Denver7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 19, 2023Miami6:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 21, 2023at Atlanta7:30 pmState Farm Arena
Mar 24, 2023at Toronto7:30 pmScotiabank Arena
Mar 27, 2023Milwaukee7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Mar 29, 2023at Oklahoma City8:00 pmPaycom Center
Mar 31, 2023at Houston8:00 pmToyota Center
Apr 2, 2023at Orlando6:00 pmAmway Center
Apr 4, 2023Miami7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Apr 5, 2023Brooklyn7:00 pmLittle Caesars Arena
Apr 7, 2023at Indiana7:00 pmGainbridge Fieldhouse
Apr 9, 2023at Chicago1:00 pmUnited Center
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