AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- So much for jet leg.
Three days after flying across the Atlantic and back for a game in London, the Pistons came out Sunday and beat the Boston Celtics, 103-88.
"We got into the gym when we got back, just to get the jet lag out of here and get some shots up," said Brandon Knight, who finished with 15 points. "We had some great workouts and really got prepared for this game."
Knight had the highlight of the night, a startling fast-break dunk in traffic where he sailed past Kevin Garnett.
"Brandon had phenomenal energy tonight," Pistons coach Lawrence Frank said. "He was attacking well in transition and made some nice advance passes.
"At times, he got a little sped up and that hurt us with turnovers, but his heart was in the right place."
Knight did end up with seven turnovers, but that wasn't as many as his opponent for the night, Rajon Rondo. Rondo almost ended with a quadruple-double, finishing with 15 assists, nine rebounds, nine turnovers and eight po...