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The Detroit Pistons lost to the Brooklyn Nets in double-overtime on a buzzer beater by Joe Johnson.
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Detroit went on a 7-0 run in the final minute of the half, getting a three-pointer by Brandon Knight, a layup by Kyle Singler and two free throws by Charlie Villanueva helped decrease Brooklyn's lead to 10 before Deron Williams pushed it back up to 12 with a layup just before the halftime buzzer.
The Pistons led 25-23 after the first quarter and received a good effort from rookie Andre Drummond off the bench. Drummond had four points, five rebounds (four on the offensive glass) and a block in eight minutes of action. Knight leads the Pistons with nine points and two assists and Rodney Stuckey scored eight points off the bench.