The Detroit Pistons lost to the Bulls last night for the seventeenth straight time with Detroit blowing a big lead to help Chicago pull out an 85-to-82 victory at the United Center. Detroit was ahead by 17 points in the second half but failed to lock up its first win at Chicago in more than seven years. Tayshaun Prince and Rodney Stuckey each missed a three pointer for the Pistons on the game's final possession. Chicago doubled up Detroit 28-to-14 in the fourth quarter.
Detroit’s leading scorer was Brandon Knight with 13 points. The 16-and-26 Pistons play Friday night at Miami.