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Detroit Flasks Overcome Deficit vs. Chicago Bulls

CHICAGO – The Detroit flasks hit the first half Friday night. It didn't stop them from jumping to another victory. Blake Griffin scored 11 straight points late to lead the pistons to a 112-104 victory over the Chicago Bulls at United Center. The flasks hit with 21 points in the first half, making it their biggest comeback victory for the season. Pistons coach Dwane Casey had a ballot box for his team in half time, trailing by 1 7. "(It was) rated X," Casey said. "We shouldn't have to do this this year, but I understand human nature. It's very difficult – for any athlete. The end (season) comes, but you can't see it so we must fool our mind. " This is too special a time for our franchise. We work for something special so put it on the line. We can rest this summer. Autoplay View thumbnails View caption Last SlideNext Slide Griffin played the entire fourth quarter and scored 16 points in the final frame after having briefly left the game with what he called a "low leg" injury late in the third quarter. He seemed to favor his right knee when he turned off, but he looked good in the fourth quarter. Griffin ended with 27 points, but Kolvarna (33-31) could win 12 out of 15 (their fourth straight) by holding Bulls (19-48) to 38 points in the second half. More Detroit Pistons: ] Other Drummond bragging on trade talks, on "best run" of career Flasks…

CHICAGO – The Detroit flasks hit the first half Friday night.

It didn’t stop them from jumping to another victory.

Blake Griffin scored 11 straight points late to lead the pistons to a 112-104 victory over the Chicago Bulls at United Center.

The flasks hit with 21 points in the first half, making it their biggest comeback victory for the season.

Pistons coach Dwane Casey had a ballot box for his team in half time, trailing by 1

7.

“(It was) rated X,” Casey said. “We shouldn’t have to do this this year, but I understand human nature. It’s very difficult – for any athlete. The end (season) comes, but you can’t see it so we must fool our mind.

” This is too special a time for our franchise. We work for something special so put it on the line. We can rest this summer.

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Griffin played the entire fourth quarter and scored 16 points in the final frame after having briefly left the game with what he called a “low leg” injury late in the third quarter.

He seemed to favor his right knee when he turned off, but he looked good in the fourth quarter.

Griffin ended with 27 points, but Kolvarna (33-31) could win 12 out of 15 (their fourth straight) by holding Bulls (19-48) to 38 points in the second half.

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Detroit Piston’s Center Andre Drummond, right, shoots over the Chicago Bulls forward / in center Cristiano Felicio during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, March 8, 2019 in Chicago.

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