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Pistons vs. Nets final score: Pistons slice Nets by 34

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The Pistons just simply took care of business on the road.

NBA: Detroit Pistons at Brooklyn Nets Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

The Detroit Pistons beat the Brooklyn Nets Wednesday evening by a score of 114-80, improving to 22-18 on the season.

Andre Drummond feasted on the Nets’ inexperienced or otherwise weak big men all night, scoring 22 points and grabbing 20 rebounds along with five assists, two steals, two blocks and bothering a bunch of other shots at the rim. Tobias Harris was 10-of-14 from the field and set the tone for the team in the first half without breaking a sweat. Detroit was up 22 at the break.

Dwight Buycks and Luke Kennard paced the Pistons off the bench with 17 and 13 points, respectively.

The Nets shot 36.5% for the game, while the Pistons shot nearly 52%. There’s really not much else to say — it was just that kind of night:

Here’s one of Kennard’s two dunks on the night (the other was a tip-dunk):

And in celebration of the Big Penguin doing work tonight:

The Pistons play the Bulls in Chicago this Saturday.