The Washington Wizards lost their third straight preseason game, falling to the Detroit Pistons 99-96 Tuesday night.
No matter how well things are going for either team, the Detroit Pistons nearly always get the better of the Washington Wizards.
Will Bynum scored six of his 20 points in a late run and the Detroit Pistons went on to beat the Washington Wizards 96-85 on Wednesday night.
Charlie Villanueva scored 19 points, Rodney Stuckey added 18 and the Detroit Pistons got their second win in as many nights over the Washington Wizards, 96-87 on Saturday night.
This type of deja vu is not what the Wizards wanted to see. Oh no, not again.
It took five years, but the Washington Wizards finally got a win Detroit, and they ended the Pistons four-game winning streak in the process.
The Detroit Pistons continued their season-high win streak by extending a run at home against one of the NBA’s worst teams. Now they get a chance to do the same to another such club.
Wizards Coach Flip Saunders talked to 106.7 The Fan prior to Tuesday night’s game against Detroit, with some injury news on his team.
Abbreviated show following the Wizards. Bill Rohland flying solo. (Getty Images) What now with the Redskins and Albert?