The Detroit Pistons overcame a 22-point 4th quarter deficit to force double overtime but still lost to the Hawks in Atlanta Wednesday night 126-119. The Pistons outscorsed Atlanta 39-20 in the 4th quarter. Will Bynum came off the bench to score 31 points, one short of hsi career high, for the Pistons. Will Smith had 31 for Atlanta while the Hawks' Al Horford had 22 and 10 rebounds. Horford played in high school at Grand Ledge. The Pistons' 2-game win streak ends and their record falls to 9-22.
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