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Kyle Kuzma hit a 3 with 0.6 seconds left in overtime and the Washington Wizards handed the Detroit Pistons their 10th straight loss, 119-116. Kuzma scored 26 points and Bradley Beal added 25 for the Wizards, who blew a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter. Jeremi Grant scored 28 points for the Pistons, who haven’t won since beating the Indiana Pacers 97-89 on Nov. 17.
The Golden State Warriors notched an NBA-best 21st win and Steph Curry pulled within 10 3-pointers of becoming the all-time leader in career triples in beating the Portland Trail Blazers. Although Curry and Co. were at the forefront, there was plenty of action across the league Wednesday night. Kyle Kuzma played a pivotal part for the Washington Wizards in his return home to Michigan, James Harden's Houston homecoming did not go as planned for the Brooklyn Nets, Joel Embiid had a big showing in ...