Pistons score back-to-back victories, end Clippers' four-game win streak
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope plays 35 minutes, making 5 of 11 field goal attempts. AP

KENTAVIOUS Caldwell-Pope had 16 points to go with his career-high 10 assists as the Detroit Pistons got back at the Los Angeles Clippers 108-97 on Friday night (Saturday, Manila time).

It was the second straight win for the Pistons, while the Clippers saw their four-game win streak end.

All of the Pistons starters scored at least 15 points.

Marcus Morris scored 17 while Andre Drummond had 16 points and 10 rebounds.

The Clippers were led by J.J. Redick and Blake Griffith who both had 24 points each. Chris Paul went scoreless in the first half but had 10 assists en route to an eight-point, 15-assist performance.

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