WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Detroit Pistons got the most out of playing the Washington Wizards in a home-and-home series.
On Saturday night, they won their second in as many nights, both over the woeful Wizards.
Charlie Villanueva tied a season high with 19 points, Rodney Stuckey added 18 and the Pistons beat the Wizards, 96-87.
It was only the second time this season that Detroit has won two straight.
The Wizards, who trailed throughout the game, have lost seven straight and dropped to an NBA-worst 3-22.
It got so bad for Washington that coach Randy Wittman said that he had intentionally got a technical foul midway through the first quarter with his team in the midst of missing 14 of its first 15 shots.
He was hoping for a second, which would mean getting ejected from the game.
"I've been trying to get thrown out for a while. These guys won't even throw me out," Wittman said.
Had he been spared the rest of the game, Wittman would have missed Detroit grabbing 58 rebounds for the ...