Private Namon Bledsoe surprised his mom at the Pistons-Bulls game on Saturday at The Palace.
The Pistons trailed 72-53 with 7 minutes left in the third quarter, but got a combined 27 points and 13 assists from Reggie Jackson and fellow point guard Spencer Dinwiddie in the second half.
The almost 14,000 square foot property — first listed at a little more than $4.2 million — is now offered at just over $3 million.
“It was terrible,” Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said.
“I have no idea what was different tonight,” the coach said.
Larry Brown discovered something about his new iPhone when SMU finally ended its two-decade NCAA Tournament drought.
The Pistons trailed by 15 at halftime, but Jackson dominated Beno Udrih, who was starting at point guard in place of injured Mike Conley (ankle).
The Pistons will reevaluate Monroe on Wednesday before deciding whether he will play against the Philadelphia 76ers that night.
Drummond posted only four points and two rebounds before leaving the game in second quarter against the Jazz on Saturday due to concussion-like symptoms.
Greg Monroe led the Pistons with 16 points, 12 rebounds and two blocks. Anthony Tolliver added 14 points off the bench.