Fueled by 30 points from Tobias Harris, the Pistons were able to power through the Indiana Pacers 107-83.
Detroit got off to an extremely quick start, thanks especially to Tobias Harris’ 21 1st quarter points. Harris would be followed by Andre Drummond with 20 points. Reggie Bullock and Ish Smith both gave in double-digit scoring efforts as well.
The entire game was led by the Pistons, who took over from the start with a 21 point first quarter lead. Detroit held the red-hot Victor Oladipo to only 13 points on the night, who also led the Pacers in scoring.
Detroit has moved to 19-14 and is now second place in the Central Division behind Cleveland.
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