Harris scores 24, Pistons blow past Hornets 112-89

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Harris scores 24, Pistons blow past Hornets 112-89

The TD Garden was rocking and another Pistons road collapse appeared to be in the making.

"Stuff is going to get insane when you're playing on the road", Smith added. Al Horford returned to practice on Tuesday after the birth of his daughter and so the team has no injuries to report. The slumping Atlanta Hawks are glad to get back home for a game after four straight losses on their western swing. There hasn't been any word on whether a suspension will accompany the ejection so he will more than likely be available to play.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope led six Pistons in double figures with 25 points, as the Pistons (10-10) will try to complete a ideal three-game trip at Atlanta on Friday night.

The Charlotte Hornets (10-7) are on a two game winning streak, following a win against the Memphis Grizzlies, 104-85.

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The NBA's YouTube channel described it as a H.O.R.S.E. shot, but I'd like to see Thomas try that again while playing that game. "We'll be back in a week and it won't be any easier". "That was a hell of a win". They shot 55 percent from the floor and 45 percent from beyond the arc. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist finished the game with 12 points, six rebounds and three assists. He was the only bright spot off the bench for the Celtics.

With just over four minutes remaining in the first half of a nip-and-tuck battle between Drummond's Detroit Pistons and the Charlotte Hornets, the team Hibbert joined on a one-year deal this summer, the two big men were battling under the basket as Hornets star Kemba Walker lofted a 3-pointer.

"We lost today. That's not a good feeling", Crowder said. "Our guys have good resilience so our guys hung in". "They would double me a lot and forcing me to pass the ball out or on the pick-and-pops". Incredibly, the shot made its way over the backboard at a ridiculous angle and swished through the net. Harris tops the list at 16.4 points per game, while center Andre Drummond is averaging 14.6 points and 13.4 rebounds. The Pistons had a slow start and were not able to get close against the Thunder.

The leading scorer for the Celtics was of course Isaiah Thomas who scored 27 points against the Pistons and continues to be a catalyst on offense for the C's. At left is Detroit Pistons forward Jon Leuer.

The Pistons' degree of difficulty was notably lower on most shots but that didn't stop them from coming up with big makes every time the Celtics tried to generate some momentum.

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