THE Detroit Pistons squandered a huge early lead before rallying in the fourth to defeat the weary Chicago Bulls, 102-91, on Tuesday in Michigan (Wednesday, Manila time).
Tobias Harris scored 22 for the Pistons, who saw a 17-point third quarter lead evaporate and let the Bulls, who were playing their fourth game in five nights, to move up by four in the fourth on a Nikola Mirotic triple, 75-71.
The Pistons kept the Bulls scoreless in the next three minutes regain control, notching their 12th win in 23 games.
The Bulls absorbed their third straight loss and 10th in 21 games.
Jimmy Butler scored 32 and Dwyane Wade added 19 for the Bulls, who return home to host the San Antonio Spurs.