Warriors vs Pistons | In order to snap a five-game losing run, the Detroit Pistons defeated the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Sunday night 128-114 with a 28-point performance from Saddiq Bey and 28-points from Cade Cunningham, who fell one assist shy of a triple-double.

After the effort they put in today, Pistons coach Dwane Casey remarked, “I’m happy for our players. “That is what a young, rebuilding team experiences. People may occasionally have evenings like these when they will remark, “Whoa, where did that come from? That’s thrilling.

Cunningham helped the Pistons win for the first time since their debut game with 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 9 assists. As Detroit’s starters amassed 111 points, Isaiah Stewart added 24 points and 13 rebounds.

“I think tonight we displayed what Pistons basketball is going to be,” said Stewart. We distributed the ball wisely and gave everyone a chance to score. offence while playing defence the way we needed to every night.”

After losing 120-113 in overtime to Charlotte on Saturday, Steph Curry and Jordan Poole both scored 32 points for Golden State. Even without Klay Thompson, the Warriors won (rest).

After his team put Detroit on the line 38 times, Warriors coach Steve Kerr stated, “We can’t stop fouling and something needs to click with our players. We must rank among the worst in the league for defensive effectiveness, which negatively impacts our ability to score on offence.

First half

Early in the second quarter, Golden State led by ten points, but the Pistons answered with a 29-9 run to grab a 10-point lead of their own. Stewart led Detroit to a 63-55 halftime lead with 15 points, seven rebounds, and a rare 3-pointer in the first half.

In a 15-point first half, Curry made 3-8 3-pointers, while the rest of the Warriors shot 1-13 from beyond the arc. Detroit had a clear advantage thanks to their jump shooting despite Golden State having a 22-12 advantage in points in the paint.

Draymond Green stated, “I believe that our offence is hurting our defence, whether it is floor balance or if the ball doesn’t move and players are static.

The speaker said, “The two ends aren’t connecting, and those two ends have to link to build a powerful team.”In the third quarter, the Pistons kept cruising, beginning with an 11-2 run to increase their lead to 17, 74-57.

Poole, though, trimmed the deficit to 79-72 with 12 points in 52 seconds, including a three-point play and three 3-pointers.


Warriors: In the first three quarters, Poole and Curry outscored their colleagues 62-52. Draymond Green, Kevan Looney, and Andrew Wiggins, the other starters, scored a combined 19 points on 7 of 24 shooting.

Pistons: Over the previous two seasons, Detroit averaged 96.3 points per game against the Warriors, but in the first three quarters, they scored 100 points. Due to a left leg injury, rookie C Jalen Duran departed the game in the fourth quarter. On Monday morning, Casey promised to have further information.


Warriors: Tuesday night at Miami.

At Milwaukee on Monday and Wednesday nights are the Pistons.