If there’s one team the Pistons like to play, it’s the Boston Celtics.
After a lackluster showing in London, England last Thursday against the Knicks, the Pistons took out some frustrations by blowing out the Boston Celtics 103-88 Sunday night from the Palace.
Detroit, who led from start to finish in the game held the Celtics to just 39.8-percent shooting from the floor while improving to 6-1 when opponents shoot less than 40 percent.
Pistons rookie Andre Drummond continues to impress, tonight from the offensive side of the ball as he racked up 16 points and 7 rebounds. Greg Monroe, Will Bynum and second year guard Brandon Knight each had 15 points while Monroe also added 11 rebounds.
Drummond though was able to overcome the Celtics’ attempts at putting him on the line, hitting six of eight free throw attempts in the win.
The Pistons have now won the last four meetings against the Celtics.