The Pistons put together a great comeback last night at Atlanta but the host Hawks pulled out the victory in double-overtime, beating Detroit 126-to-119. The Pistons rallied after being down by 22 points in the fourth quarter. The score was tied at 101 at the end of regulation play and 108 all after the first extra period. Will Bynum came off the bench to lead Detroit with 31 points. Piston’s coach Lawrence frank said mistakes on defense finally caught up with Detroit in the late going
The defeat cost the Pistons in their bid for a 3-game winning streak for the first time this season. Detroit will take a 9-and-22 record into their matchup tomorrow night at the Palace against the Miami Heat.