Pistons vs. Bucks final score: Detroit falls to Milwaukee, 108-91

The Detroit Pistons came up short for the second straight exhibition game on Saturday in Milwaukee, as Lawrence Frank's young team committed 20 turnovers in a 17-point loss to the Bucks.

Pistons rookie Andre Drummond chipped in 19 points and 10 rebounds in his most productive game of the preseason, but was forced to the bench after drawing his sixth and final foul with less than two minutes remaining. Drummond, who blocked two shots, was also one of six Detroit players to see at least 24 minutes of court time under Frank's watchful eye on Saturday.

Unable to find his shooting touch once again, recent Detroit addition Terrence Williams finished just 1-for-7 for the field with four turnovers in 26 minutes. The 6'6 combo guard was hoping to impress Detroit coaches with his versatile skill set this fall, but is now shooting just 18 percent over two preseason games after his latest performance.

Eager to keep growing as a unit with just five games left on their preseason schedule, the Pistons will return home next to face the Orlando Magic on Tuesday from The Palace. From there, Frank's squad will travel down to South Beach to square off with LeBron James and the Miami Heat.

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