Perhaps "untouchable" wasn't the right word to describe the DeTroit (I like it better that way) Pistons. Last night they had a chance to stick it to the Celtics again, and this time they had the pleasure of hosting the action. Yet it was not to be. The Celtics relied on Glen Davis'...uh...muscle to lead the way past the bruising Pistons 92-85. The rookie's 20 points were a game high (stupid unselfish NBA teams) and almost everybody else contributed something positive, but point guard Rajon Rondo brought nothing to the table for the second straight game. The Pistons backcourt did most of the team's scoring, but Billups and Hamilton's combined 35 points came on 10 of 28 from the field.
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