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Good news, bad news from the Detroit Pistons vs. Phoenix Suns

Detroit Pistons, Isaiah Stewart, Deandre Ayton

Suns center Deandre Ayton (22) controlled the ball in front of Isaiah Stewart center of the Detroit Pistons (28) Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The good news is that the Detroit Pistons showed some promising signs against the Phoenix Suns but the bad news is that they still lost the game.

This is how it plays out for the Pistons, as all good is balanced by bad. It’s almost as if the Pistons rest on some sort of cosmic vibration that would immediately correct if the good side started to balance.

This match of the Suns more or less represents the season, when the Pistons sometimes play well enough to close but are still neutralized by mistakes, bad plays and lack of concentration.

Here’s the good/bad news from the loss to the Sun.

Detroit Pistons: Good News / Bad News

Q1 vs Q3

The good news is that the Detroit Pistons scored 30 points in the third round against the Suns and allowed only 18, continuing with a 17-2 scoreline at a point that sent them back into the game.

The Pistons took good shots, competed everything and Cade Cunningham showed why he was the number one pick, as he received buckets from all over and scored quite a few points at will.

The bad news is that it doesn’t really matter because the Pistons are already in a huge hole due to their lousy first inning.

Pistons have at least upgraded beds a quarter of each game. relate to.

The Pistons youngsters have to be more solid and play the full 48 minutes to have a chance, and right now, they’re not doing that.

https://pistonpowered.com/2021/12/03/good-news-bad-news-detroit-pistons-suns/ Good news, bad news from the Detroit Pistons vs. Phoenix Suns

Huynh Nguyen

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