On March 2, the NBA regular season continued. The Washington Wizards played against the Detroit Pistons at home. The Wizards fully blossomed and 8 players scored in double figures; Killian Hayes missed a three-pointer, and the Wizards beat the Pistons 116-113, ending the two consecutive games. defeat.
For the Wizards, Kuzma had 21 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists, Bryant had 16 points and 6 rebounds, and Pope had 15 points;
Pistons, Grant 26 points, Cunningham 20 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists, Bay 19 points and 7 rebounds.
After the opening, Bay took the lead from outside the three-point line, but the Wizards followed with a multi-point bloom and played a wave of offensive. Cunningham continuously attacked the inside to score points, and also assisted Bay to score a goal, relying on his performance. Pistons lead 13-11 by 2 point. Kuzma stood up and scored 7 points in a row to lead the Wizards to attack again, the Pistons hit rate began to decline, and the Wizards completed the lead 25-19. McGruder made a breakthrough to stop the bleeding, Hayes also made a successful throw, and Rui Hachimura scored two points from the mid-range. After the first quarter, the Wizards led 27-24.
In the second quarter, the Wizards took the lead in finding a touch on the outside and scored three-pointers. The Pistons responded by Olynyk and Jackson, and the score was 40-33. The Wizards were still ahead. Diallo stole the ball and counterattacked and dunked. Bryant made a dunk in the air. The two teams were in a stalemate. After Bay and Grant made two three-pointers, the Pistons tied the score at 55. Gafford was active on the inside and succeeded many times in make-up exams and staged dunks. Bei was in good condition and frequently scored points. Relying on his final score of 2+1, the Pistons led 64-63 to end the first half.
In the second half, the Wizards took the lead and took the lead with an 11-2 offensive. Joseph stopped the bleeding with a three-pointer, and the Pistons quickly approached the difference to only 2 points. Neto made a free throw to stabilize the situation slightly, and the Pistons took turns hitting the basket to score points and continue to narrow the difference. Olynyk scored 2+1, Neto also sent a technical offender, and the Pistons completed the lead. After a brief stalemate, Diallo made a dunk to break the deadlock. Grant also made three-pointers. The Wizards made two three-pointers in a row and took an 8-0 lead again. After three quarters, the Wizards overtook 87-85 by 2 points.
In the fourth quarter, the Wizards once again had the upper hand, frequently succeeded in storming the inside line, and played a 10-0 offensive to widen the point difference to double digits. Hayes counterattacked and broke ground. The two sides competed around the double-digit point difference. Grant counterattacked and scored 2+1, and the Wizards responded with a three-pointer. The Pistons counterattacked aggressively into a 10-0 attack wave to tie the game. Kuzma made a free throw to stabilize the situation slightly, and the Wizards responded with a 6-0 offensive. Not to be outdone, the Pistons again took the penalty to close the point difference to only 1 point left. Kuzma caused a foul and the Pistons failed to challenge. Stewart made a key tip-up. Satoransky made two free throws.
Both sides start:
Wizards: Pop, Kuzma, Gafford, Kispert, Neto
Pistons: Bay, Grant, Stewart, Cunningham, Joseph