-- If you missed Tuesday night's win, here's a quick run down of what stood out and what not.
-- The Pistons hit two buzzer beaters -- Luigi Datome a three-pointer with 3.2 seconds left in the first half and Rodney Stuckey a fall-back two-pointer to end the third. Stuckey scored 21 off the bench for the Pistons, but my favorite play of his was this sweet dish to Andre Drummond on a pick and roll. Drummond finished with an emphatic slam.
-- Datome got put on a poster (no thanks to Drummond).
-- Speaking of pick and rolls: MORE PLEASE. According to mySynergySports.com, the Pistons took 15 shots out of the pick and roll on Tuesday night and hit nine shots. The pick-and-roll man was 4-for-4.
-- The Pistons are the No. 7 seed in the East on Nov. 20.
"I'm just happy to be able to go home and see my friends and family," Smith said. "That's the most important thing to me."
He doesn't know what kind of reaction to expect.
"There's probably some people upset that I left and some people that are still Josh Smith fans," he said. "It really doesn't matter to me how I'm perceived. Hopefully, they'll appreciate the body of work that I put in for the nine years I was there. But you never know. You never know at the end of the day."
-- Wages of Wins, like all Pistons fans, wonders, 'Shouldn't the Pistons be better?'
AROUND THE NBA:
-- Kyle Korver will most likely get one game closer to breaking a former Piston's NBA record on Wednesday night.
Is that ironic that @StephenCurry30 is missing his own bobble head night because of head trauma???— David Lee (@Dlee042) November 20, 2013
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