Brooklyn beats Detroit 103-75, snaps winning streak
Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Brooklyn beats Detroit 103-75, snaps winning streak
(NEW YORK) - The Nets haven't been to the playoffs in four years. On Monday night, they looked ready to return. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 19 points and Brooklyn held the Detroit Pistons to the lowest shooting percentage in an NBA game in 3 1/2 years, winning 103-75 to move into sixth place in the Eastern Conference. The Nets (36-33) won their fourth straight and leapfrogged Detroit (34-32) into the No. 6 spot in their final game before leaving for a seven-game road trip. The Pistons had their season-high, five-game winning streak snapped. Andre Drummond led the Pistons with 13 points and 20 rebounds. Blake Griffin finished with 10 points, but only shot 1 of 10 from the field as Detroit was held to its lowest point total of the season. The Pistons shot 27.8 percent (27 of 97) from the field, the lowest by any team since Memphis shot 27.1 percent at Golden State on Nov. 11, 2015. Allen Crabbe finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, Rodions Kurucs scored 13 points, and Joe Harris and Caris LeVert each added 12 as the Nets took control early and never let up.

Cleveland 126 – Toronto 101
Washington 121 – Sacramento 115
Houston 118 – Charlotte 106
Oklahoma City 98 – Utah 89
LA Clippers 140 – Boston 115