Found February 15, 2012 on NESN.com:
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8 a.m. ET: The Detroit Pistons aren't about to strike fear into the hearts of many opponents, as they still occupy last place in the Central Division. After a dismal December January, though, the Pistons have put together a decent run of success in February, going 4-2 entering Tuesday to match their win total from the previous month-plus. Part of Detroit's success comes from avoiding the destructive injuries that have befallen almost every other team. Point guard Will Bynum missed 15 games with an ankle injury and forward Charlie Villanueva is out indefinitely with a sprained right ankle, but nine...
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The Pistons topped the Celtics 98-88 on the road Wednesday.
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