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2015-16 Schedule
27-25, 4th in Central
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George does it all for the Pacers in win (0:56)
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Ellis doesn't have to look on that pass (0:17)

Pacers ride Paul George to lead

Paul George is leading all scorers with 17 points at intermission as Indiana holds a 62-48 lead over Detroit. The Pistons aren't helping themselves in the first half, giving up 16 points off of turnovers. Halftime stats

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Did Draymond Green start a water bath trend? (0:32)
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Van Gundy: Curry's size, college kept him under radar (2:02)
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Working the offensive glass

OKC leads the league with the highest offensive rebound percentage (30.7), but Detroit averages the most per game (13.4). The Trail Blazers and Jazz are also among the league's best in offensive rebound percentage.

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Stan Van Gundy on

Pistons coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy dishes on what Andre Drummond is like, Stephen Curry's abilities, Kevin Durant's future and Blake Griffin's altercation.

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'Hack' flak: NBA commish wants change to rule

NBA commissioner Adam Silver said changes are likely coming after the season to the "hack-a-player" rule as the number of intentional fouls has skyrocketed this season.

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Jackson goes deep back-to-back (0:29)
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Pistons survive Knicks' comeback attempt (1:25)
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Reggie Jackson... not a fan of cold water (0:18)

Pistons escape after blowing big lead

New York came back from a 24-point halftime deficit to take a late fourth-quarter lead, but the Pistons knocked down three 3-pointers in the final two minutes to survive 111-105. All Detroit starters reached double digits, with rookie Stanley Johnson (22 points) leading the way. Box score

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Galloway finds fancy way past Jackson (0:22)
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Drummond or Porzingis: Who has the better spin move? (0:33)
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Knicks chipping away at Pistons lead

Detroit led 60-36 at halftime, but New York found its offense in the third to cut the deficit to 7 points. Carmelo Anthony leads all scorers with 19 points. Follow live

Knicks get knocked around in first half

Things got no better for New York in the second quarter. After being outscored 27-15 in the opening period, the Knicks were pummeled 33-21 to nearly be doubled-up at the half. Stanley Johnson leads the way with 12 points as Detroit holds a 60-36 lead. Halftime stats

Knicks in a world of trouble

Just halfway into the second quarter and New York has only managed 22 points in the game. The Knicks can't stop Detroit either with the Pistons already at 49. Follow live

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Drummond finishes alley-oop from Jackson's no-look feed (0:20)

Pistons rumbling over Knicks

It took New York nearly 6 minutes to score more than 2 points. The good news? The Knicks put up 13 points over the final half of the first quarter. The bad news? Detroit has 27 points to lead 27-15 after one period. Follow live

NBA All-Star Dunk Competition

  • Zach LaVine, Timberwolves*
  • Andre Drummond, Pistons
  • Aaron Gordon, Magic
  • Will Barton, Nuggets
*2015 champion

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The rim-rocking road to the dunk contest (1:28)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.2Tied-10th
Rebounds Per Game47.03rd
Assists Per Game18.627th
Points Allowed100.912th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2015-162725.519
2014-153250.390
2013-142953.354
2012-132953.354
2011-122541.379

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