Last night the Pistons took on the Wizards in D.C. The game came down to the final possession, and it seems like everyone in the building thought the Wizards won including the announcers.
Although the Washington Wizards have been at their best over the last three weeks, the Detroit Pistons always seem to bring out their worst.
Will Bynum scored six of his 20 points in a late run and the Detroit Pistons went on to beat the Washington Wizards 96-85 on Wednesday night.
All-Star weekend appears to be coming at a less than opportune time for the surging Washington Wizards.
Pistons win their second game in as many nights, both over the woeful Wizards.
Greg Monroe and Brandon Knight combined to score 30 points as the Detroit Pistons crushed the Washington Wizards 100-68 on Friday night.
Greg Monroe scored a team high 18 points and the Detroit Pistons beat the Washington Wizards 99-94 on Thursday.
The Detroit Pistons edge the Washington Wizards 79-77 on Monday night.
The Detroit Pistons have admitted that the latest twists in this topsy-turvy NBA schedule have affected them, but they won’t be the more fatigued team in their next game.
The Detroit Pistons fail to show up in the 2nd half – losing to the Washington Wizards 98-77 on Sunday night.