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pistons 96 wizards 95
2/27/2013 - Verizon Center, Washington, DC
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Last night's game was the definition of a heartbreaker. The fans at the Verizon Center held their breath as Trevor Ariza released the potential game winning shot. I initially thought it looked good, the entire arena thought it looked...
Tough Tuesday night for Wizards announcers and fans against the Detroit Pistons. Down by one point with 12 seconds remaining, Bradley Beal threw a tipped pass to Trevor Ariza in the corner for a chance for a game-winner. Wizards play-by-play announcer, Steve Buckhantz, understandably thought Ariza’s shot went in and screamed, “DAGGER!” Hilariously, though, the game-winning...
Wizards TV announcer Steve Buckhantz made a pretty hilarious blunder at the end of Washington’s 96-95 loss to the Detroit Pistons Wednesday.
The Wizards were down by one and had a last chance to win the game. The ball went into the hands of Trevor Ariza who attempted a corner three for the game. The ball hit the net, so Buckhantz thought it went in for the game-winner and reacted...
Brandon Knight went into destroyer mode on the Washington Wizards in his return Wednesday from a hyperextended right knee.
Knight knocked down 11-of-18 shots -- including 5-of-6 threes -- for 32 points in the 96-95 Pistons win. He added three rebounds, four assists and a steal. The only downer, making just 5-of-9 free throws.
The third-year guard had missed the previous three...
Greg Monroe could enter into contract talks with the Pistons this summer.
The Wizards once again succumbed to the wrath that has become the Detroit Pistons. The night served plenty of heartache from Nene's absence to John Wall's barf-worthy performance, to Steve Buckhantz's fake-me-out dagger. The dejection transpired into the locker room as Wall had little to say in defense of his recent funk. Brad Beal expressed remorse for passing up a layup...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- No matter how well things are going for either team, the Detroit Pistons nearly always get the better of the Washington Wizards.
Brandon Knight returned from a right knee injury to score a career-high 32 points, Greg Monroe added 26 points and 11 rebounds on the court where he played college home games for Georgetown, Jose Calderon finished with 18 assists, and...
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013
7:00 PM ET
TV: Comcast SportsNet Plus HD
Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier
Radio: 106.7 FM/1500 AM
Dave Johnson and Glenn Consor
Pistons Projected Starting...
The Detroit Pistons were desperate for a win. They lost their last three games by 32, 18, and 11 respectively. A game against the Washington Wizards was exactly what the doctor ordered. Detroit had won all three games with the Wizards coming into tonight. The Pistons also welcomed back starting shooting guard Brandon Knight, who [...]