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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Smith, Griffin help Pistons beat Hawks to end 3-game skid

    Ending a three-game losing streak wasn't enough to make Stan Van Gundy happy. Not after the Pistons made it much harder than necessary. Detroit led by 30 points midway through the third quarter, but was outscored 59-35 in the final 17 minutes as Atlanta got as close as four before the Pistons held on for a 104-98 victory on Wednesday night in their final game before the All-Star break.
    16 Feb @ 6PM

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  • Pistons hold off Hawks rally to win 104-98

    All five Detroit starters scored in double figures and the Pistons held off short-handed Atlanta in a 104-98 win Wednesday at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. Ish Smith had 22 points and Andre Drummond finished with 13 points and 15 rebounds for the Pistons, who led by as many as 30 in the second half, but had to withstand a furious Hawks' comeback in the fourth quarter. Isaiah Taylor converted a three-point play that cut Detroit's lead to 100-96 with 13 seconds to play.
    15 Feb @ 5AM

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  • Blake Griffin's ex-fiancee cites Kendall Jenner drama, Clippers 'tension' in lawsuit

    Blake Griffin’s ex-fiancee, former USC women’s basketball player Brynn Cameron, filed a palimony lawsuit against the five-time NBA All-Star, reportedly comparing his recent trade to the Detroit Pistons to his decision to call off their wedding and begin “a high-profile love affair” with Kendall Jenner. Cameron’s lawsuit said she was “homeless and cash-strapped” with their two children, Ford, 4, and Finley, 1, requiring financial assistance from her brother, former NFL tight end Jordan Cameron, after she gave up sports marketing and interior design careers at Griffin’s request, per multiple reports. In addition to mothering their children, Cameron cited a number of professional roles she played in Griffin’s life in the lawsuit, from personal assistant to fitness consultant, including counseling the oft-injured star on his “mounting tension” with Chris Paul and a “toxic” relationship with the Los Angeles Clippers.
    15 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Pelicans continue adjusting without Cousins vs. Lakers

    Just when their season seemed to be spiraling downward, the New Orleans Pelicans have begun to figure out life after DeMarcus Cousins. Wednesday night's post-Mardi Gras home game against the Los Angeles Lakers will be a test of their newfound confidence. The Pelicans (30-26), clinging to half-game lead over the L.A. Clippers for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference, are coming off back-to-back road victories over the Brooklyn Nets and the Detroit Pistons, giving them a 3-5 record since Cousins was lost for the season Jan. 26 with a torn left Achilles tendon.
    14 Feb @ 7AM

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  • Pistons seek form reversal versus Hawks

    The shine has worn off the Blake Griffin trade. The Detroit Pistons seemed revitalized after acquiring the five-time All-Star power forward from the Los Angeles Clippers. "We haven't deserved to win the last couple of games," Van Gundy said.
    14 Feb @ 7AM

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  • Daily Dose: Pow, Pau

    It was a rather light night of action on the National Basketball Association, but there were plenty of outstanding fantasy performances. In fact, the New Orleans Pelicans had three double-doubles on their own in their 118-103 victory on the road against the Detroit Pistons. For NBA news and fantasy advice, find me on Twitter here!
    13 Feb @ 1PM

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  • Clippers face struggling Nets in search of playoff spot

    The losses are starting to pile up for the Brooklyn Nets and, locked in a tight race in the Western Conference, the Los Angeles Clippers are hoping to be the latest team to win at Barclays Center. The Clippers get their opportunity Monday night when they visit the Nets, who are on a five-game losing streak. Los Angeles (28-26) currently sits one-half game behind New Orleans.
    12 Feb @ 10AM

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  • Pelicans move on from OT win to face Pistons

    The New Orleans Pelicans had to work extra hard to snap a three-game losing streak. The Pelicans gave away a 20-point halftime lead in Brooklyn on Saturday but survived with a 138-128 double-overtime victory. Anthony Davis carried them with 44 points, 17 rebounds, six steals and three blocks in 49 workhorse minutes.
    12 Feb @ 2AM

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  • Dedmon powers Hawks past Griffin, Pistons 118-115

    Dewayne Dedmon made the most of only his second start in Atlanta's last 18 games, especially at the end. Dedmon gave Atlanta the lead with a three-point play and then padded the margin with a 3-pointer, lifting the Hawks to a 118-115 win over Blake Griffin and the Pistons on Sunday. Dedmon matched his career high with 20 points and had 13 rebounds in his matchup with Andre Drummond, who had 25 points and 15 rebounds for Detroit.
    12 Feb @ 1AM

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  • Can Blake Griffin change the course of a franchise?

    For a guy who built his brand appeal by dunking over sedans, Blake Griffin runs the fast break like he's working a crossword puzzle. He moves briskly, alert, head up, watching the pieces move into place. In just his third game with the Detroit Pistons, the 6-foot-10 power forward saw Andre Drummond at "one o'clock," a half-pace ahead of Portland's Jusuf Nurkic on the right side of the floor. As Griffin rumbled past half court up the left side, he lobbed the ball through the air. Drummond snatched it just above the lip of the restricted area and threw it through the iron in a single motion. "The pass he made to Andre on the break excited him," Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said. "I'm watching and
    10 Feb @ 9PM

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