Detroit Pistons burned by Celtics duo in 122-120 loss

For the first time all season, the Detroit Pistons didn’t lead or trail by double digits in a game. After five seesaw performances, they competed for 48 minutes against a Boston Celtics team considered to be one of the Eastern Conference’s best contenders. It came down to the final shot, when Jayson Tatum (24 points) hit a midrange jumper with 2.9 seconds left to break a tie, and the Pistons lost, 122-120, to fall to 1-5 this season. Jerami Grant continued his streak of strong performances and finished with 22 points (8-for-15 overall, 2-for-6 from 3) and six rebounds. Mason Plumlee had 13 poi…

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