Auburn Hills, MI (WQLR) – Unable to hold onto a double figure first quarter lead, the Detroit Pistons dropped to 17-28 on the season after losing to the Milwaukee Bucks 117-90 on Tuesday night at the Palace.
The Pistons led early in the first quarter 28-13. From that point on it was all Milwaukee, who closed the first quarter gap to nine, then outscored the Pistons by 19 and 13 in the second and third quarters respectively.
Andre Drummond had easily his best game of his rookie season against the Bucks. The 6’10 270 lbs. 19-year old had a career high 18 rebounds (9 offensive and 9 defensive) to go along with 18 points in 28 minutes.
Brandon Jennings scored a game high 30, including five 3-pointers in 30 minutes of action for the Bucks.
Pistons next game is on Wednesday, as they travel to Indiana to take on the Pacers.