It's been all Detroit halfway through their Saturday night home contest against the Toronto Raptors, as the Pistons are up big at half 61-37 behind 19 points from rookie point guard Brandon Knight and 16 from backcourt mate Rodney Stuckey.
The Pistons got off to a red hot start on both ends of the court, putting up 37 first quarter points and holding the Raptors to just 14 in the opening period. Detroit's defense has been stifling, holding the struggling Raptors to just 33.3 percent from the field and only 2-10 from beyond the three point line.
The Raptors, who were well-rested coming into the evening with consecutive days off, were led by six points from and three rebounds from Andrea Bargnani.
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