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2/13/2013 - The Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI
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In a game with a sleepy atmosphere and a dearth of memorable plays, the Wizards failed to put forth a solid closing effort, losing 96-85 to the Detroit Pistons. In sum, it was a tale of two halves.
In the first half, the Wizards were able to hold a lead for a majority of the game, due in large part to the play of Emeka Okafor. Supplementing Okafor’s play were Brad Beal, who had a solid first half off the bench, and Chris Singleton, who contributed good man defense, rebounding, and a one corner three-pointer. John Wall worked very well within the offense, taking high percentage shots, dishing the ball well, and limiting his turnovers.
The second half, however, would prove to be detrimental. While the Wizards were able to maintain the lead through the third quarter, they’d become completely unglued in the fourth. R...
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SA offered D Blair to Detroit but nothing. Hear Boston, Miami, Portland could have...
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. With his contract expiring at season's end, Jose Calderon might be the Detroit Pistons' point guard for only a few months.
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The Detroit Pistons were looking to move on from a blowout loss to the New Orleans Hornets. The Washington Wizards were on a 4 game win streak over some playoff teams. Jose Calderon scored eight of the Pistons first 10 points, knocking down two 3-pointers, and Greg Monroe had a layup. It was a competitive [...]
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
7:30 PM ET
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Steve Buckhantz and Phil Chenier
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Dave Johnson and Glenn Consor
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