Pistons' comeback against Warriors falls short; Detroit now 7th in Eastern Conference

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Pistons' comeback against Warriors falls short; Detroit now 7th in Eastern Conference
Pistons' comeback against Warriors falls short; Detroit now 7th in Eastern Conference

For the Warriors, the basket is always open, Pistons coach Dwane Casey says after loss OAKLAND, Calif. — For a significant part of the season, the Detroit Pistons were the best team in the league at defending the 3-point line. They have fallen to eighth in the last couple of weeks. Not exactly an ideal time to face the defending champion Golden State Warriors, as the Pistons were on Sunday at Oracle Arena. It went as expected. The Warriors shot 61.3 percent and were 13-for-25 from 3-point range in a 121-114 victory, sending the Pistons (37-36) to their fifth loss in eight games. The Brooklyn Nets (38-36) move a half-game in front of the Pistons for sixth in the Eastern Conference playoff chase,

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