Detroit Pistons beat the L.A. Lakers, 112-106

The Pistons defeated the L.A. Lakers, 112-106 Monday night at Little Caesars Arena. 

Reggie Jackson was the leading scorer for the Pistons recording 20 points, five rebounds, and three assist, in 28 minutes. His first 20-plus-point performance since returning from injury, and eighth of the season.  After the game, Jackson said he could barely breathe in the second half after being accidentally elbowed in the throat by Lakers Julius Randall.

Anthony Tolliver's had the hot-hand lately, averaging 20 points in the last two games. Tonight he finished with 15 points in 28 minutes off the bench. Luke Kennard finished with 12 points, shooting 2 for 2 from the three-point line.

Andre Drummond recorded his 56th double-double of the season with 15 points and 18 rebounds, also adding his 700th-career block - the sixth player in franchise history to reach that mark.

Michigan native Kyle Kuzma recorded his 16th double-double of the season for the Lakers with 20 points, and 11 rebounds in 32 minutes. The Flint native purchased 100 tickets for family and friends. 


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