The road woes continued for the Detroit Pistons as they fell in overtime to the Los Angeles Clippers, 87-83. The Pistons led at the half and by eight heading into the fourth quarter, but the Pistons fell apart offensively and scored only nine points in the fourth quarter.
The Pistons had a five-point lead with two minutes left in the game, but Randy Foye cut the lead to two on a three-point shot and Blake Griffin had a put back to tie the game with 19 seconds left. The Pistons chance for a game-winning shot was denied when Chris Paul stole the ball from Tayshaun Prince.
In overtime the Clippers started out on a 7-2 run, but the Pistons did comeback to take a 82-81 lead on a pair of free throws Greg Monroe with 31 seconds left. The Clippers scored the next four points to go up by three, but the Pistons were unable to mount one last comeback.
The Pistons were led in scoring by Greg Monroe who had 23 points and Prince had 20.
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