Pistons blow 17-point fourth-quarter lead vs. Hawks, lose in overtime, 123-115

The Detroit Pistons were cruising to their second blowout victory in three games. They led the Atlanta Hawks by 17 points midway through the fourth quarter, after leading by double digits for most of the second half. Then, the Pistons collapsed. The Hawks forced overtime by outscoring Detroit 24-7, tying the game at 106 after Trae Young found a cutting Clint Capela for an open dunk. The momentum didn’t come back to the Pistons in overtime, as the Hawks scored 17 more points in the extra period, completing the comeback win, 123-115. Jerami Grant topped 20 points for the 13th consecutive game, f…

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