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The Detroit Pistons got their second straight road win, 125-116 over the Jazz

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Not Kid Cunningham. Not Isaiah Stewart. not your friend. Not a problem.

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The Detroit Pistons, battered by injuries, pulled off a second road trip in as many nights by defeating the Utah Jazz at Vivent Arena, 125-116, on Wednesday. After starting the season 0-10 on the road, the Pistons have now won back-to-back road games against the second- and fifth-best teams in the Western Conference.

It was another balancing effort for Detroit, as did Bojan Bogdanovic (23 points, five rebounds), Kevin Knox (season-high 21 points, 6-for-8 of 3), and Marvin Bagley III (19 points, 9-for-10 shooting). , six rebounds), Alec Burks (18 points) and Jaden Ivey (16 points, six rebounds, five assists) all had a scoring double-double.

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It was the homecoming game for Bogdanovic, who returned to Utah for the first time since being traded in September. Play for the Jazz from 2022-22.

After shooting better than 50% on Sunday against the Sacramento Kings on Sunday and against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, the Pistons have shooting at 49.4% on Wednesday and are in the midst of their best offensive stretch of the season despite losing three of their top five players. . They’ve also scored at least 120 points in three of their last four games, after passing the minimum just once in the previous 16 games.

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