Pistons are no match for hot-shooting Spurs in 109-99 loss

DETROIT — The Pistons seemed to have an advantage Monday night, with the San Antonio Spurs on the second night of a back-to-back. The Pistons were rested, having not played since Saturday. The Spurs didn’t show any signs of being tired or being any worse for the wear after their loss in Philadelphia on Sunday. In fact, they looked to be more tuned in, getting hot from the field and the 3-point line. They got control in the third quarter and rode that hot shooting to a 109-99 win on Monday night at Little Caesars Arena. Josh Jackson had 15 points, Jerami Grant 14 points and Rodney McGruder, a s…

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