The Detroit Pistons scored a season-high 132 points and won by their largest margin of 34 points, beating the San Antonio Spurs 132-98 on Sunday.
Christian Wood set a career-high with 28 points and was impressive with his athleticism. But for a team with a talented frontcourt featuring Blake Griffin and Andre Drummond, it was an encouraging sign to see the backcourt step up and win a game.
Detroit shot a remarkable 59.1% from the floor and went 15 for 31 from the 3-point line. On a night where some Pistons fans thought DeMar DeRozan would have an opportunity to showcase himself, and he had a good game, it was the Pistons backcourt who made the loudest noise.