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Pistons vs. Magic final score: Pistons survive 19 point fourth quarter run, drop Magic 114-110

They also tied a franchise record for three pointers.

NBA: Orlando Magic at Detroit Pistons Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

It took the Pistons just three minutes to run up a double digit lead against the Magic. Appropriately, it was a Reggie Bullock three pointer that did it.

The Pistons never trailed in the game and spent the majority of it with a double digit lead. Then the Magic went on a furious fourth quarter run, scoring 19 straight points. Coming from 25 points down leaves little room for error and the closest Orlando could pull it to was just five points with two minutes left.

Reggie Bullock led the Pistons in scoring and set a new career high with 20 points. He was at his best, knocking down threes and cutting to the basket.

The Pistons also tied the franchise record for three pointers made in a game with 17.