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Almost everybody was hitting shots for the Detroit Pistons and almost no one was hitting them for the Milwaukee Bucks.
Rodney Stuckey had 18 points and seven assists, Richard Hamilton contributed 15 points and nine assists and the Pistons beat the Bucks 103-89 on Friday night.
Charlie Villanueva added 15 points and eight rebounds for Detroit, which had seven players score in double figures. The Pistons shot 56 percent from the field.
“This was probably one of our funnest games of the season. I think everybody was into it, everybody shared the ball,” Hamilton said. “Everybody was making the extra pass and things like that. When we do that, the game is fun for everybody.”
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