Pistons Vs. Bulls Final Score: Detroit Can't Reach .500, Lose 99-83

The Detroit Pistons were unable to reach .500 on Wednesday, as they were unable to overcome the 5-1 (now 6-1) Chicago Bulls. Chicago put together a very complete game, with multiple players contributing in a big way and not leaning on just one superstar to get things done. Detroit just wasn't able to keep up and guard everybody, and in the end, lost by a score of 99-83.

Carlos Boozer did lead the way for the Bulls, with 19 points, seven rebounds, three steals and two assists. He shot 9-for-15 on the day, while Derrick Rose shot 7-for-15, and missed all six of his three point attempts. For Detroit, it was Greg Monroe, who shot 8-for-15 on the night, and had 19 points, 13 rebounds, five assists and a block.

Moving to 6-1 on the season, the Bulls have now won five-straight games. They've got Orlando next, on Friday. Detroit was looking for .500 after winning two-straight games, but will now be looking to avoid a losing streak when they hit the road to take on the Philadelphia 76ers, also on Friday.

For more on the Detroit Pistons, check out Detroit Bad Boys. For an opposing point of view, check out Blog a Bull. You can also head over to SB Nation's main NBA hub at SBNation.com/NBA.

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