AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- There's not a lot you can take out of the Detroit Pistons' blowout of the Washington Wizards on Friday night.
The Wizards came in 3-20 (1-11 on the road) and were playing without John Wall (stress injury left patella), Bradley Beal (sore back), Trevor Booker (strained right knee), Trevor Ariza (strained left calf) and A.J. Price (fractured right hand).
The Pistons didn't waste the golden opportunity for an easy victory, though, and dominated the Wizards, 100-68, to snap a six-game losing streak. It's the fewest points an opponent has scored against the Pistons since they beat the Miami Heat, 85-69, on March 27, 2008.
"Obviously, Washington was a little bit shorthanded," Pistons coach Lawrence Frank said. "But I thought our guys competed and battled, so it's good to taste that winning feeling after losing some games in a row."
Wizards coach Randy Wittman wasn't making any excuses for his team's poor showing.
"That was an embarrassment, and I apologize to o...