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RECAP: Indiana Pacers vs. Detroit Pistons 121-115


Pistons’ losing streak reaches eleven after close loss to the Pacers

Why It Matters

Plenty of players shined but not enough to deliver a victory for the Detroit Pistons against the Indiana Pacers. Despite having seven scorers in double figures, it wasn’t enough to overcome the 121-115 loss at Little Caesar’s Arena.

Pistons Vs. Pacers By the Numbers

Rebounds: Pistons – 42 Pacers – 58

Points In the Paint: Pistons – 56 Pacers – 64

Forward Isaiah Livers: 18 points, 7-20 FGs, 4 steals

Guard Killian Hayes: 17 points, 13 assists, 6 rebounds

Center James Wiseman: 16 points, 6-11 FGs, 9 rebounds

Center Jalen Duren: 16 points, 11 rebounds, 2 blocks

Guard Cory Joseph: 12 points, 5-8 FGs, 6 assists

What They’re Saying

The Bottom Line

Injuries kept the Pistons’ depth limited against the Pacers. They were down four starters and two bench players from the lineup. Detroit remains the worst team in the league with a 15-53 record.

Written by Eric Vincent

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