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DETROIT (16 - 27) at WASHINGTON (13 - 28)
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DETROIT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-27-1416-2526-16109.156.246.8%51.3110.957.247.4%51.3
Road Games8-14-1.48-1212-10107.154.745.9%51.6110.456.747.5%51.9
Last 5 Games2-3-2.72-34-1114.658.050.6%51.0109.257.647.2%51.6
DETROIT Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)109.156.240-8646.8%12-3237.3%17-2374.0%511025198155
vs opponents surrendering110.855.641-8945.8%12-3435.3%18-2376.8%541024208145
Team Stats (Road Games)107.154.739-8545.9%11-3136.5%17-2375.0%52924208165
Stats Against (All Games)110.957.242-8847.4%11-3036.9%16-2177.4%511025208146
vs opponents averaging110.155.141-8945.5%12-3435.4%17-2276.7%531024218145
Stats Against (Road Games)110.456.742-8847.5%11-3036.3%16-2175.7%521025208146

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-28-4.520-2123-17114.558.745.9%50.7120.263.049.0%55.7
Home Games8-11+3.29-1010-8115.760.546.4%52.0118.061.048.1%55.3
Last 5 Games1-4-31-42-3106.657.044.2%51.8121.259.051.4%55.2
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)114.558.742-9245.9%12-3336.5%18-2377.4%511126228144
vs opponents surrendering109.454.840-8845.7%12-3335.2%17-2276.5%531024218145
Team Stats (Home Games)115.760.543-9246.4%12-3137.7%19-2477.1%521125228134
Stats Against (All Games)120.263.044-8949.0%12-3337.0%21-2778.0%561126217155
vs opponents averaging109.65540-8845.5%12-3335.3%17-2376.9%531024208145
Stats Against (Home Games)118.061.043-8948.1%12-3335.4%21-2677.5%551124217156
Average power rating of opponents played: DETROIT 95.6,  WASHINGTON 94.9
DETROIT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2019@ HOUSTON115-107W7.5W226U41-9244.6%671441-10240.2%5511
12/20/2019@ BOSTON93-114L9L210.5U34-8540.0%472445-8652.3%5620
12/28/2019@ SAN ANTONIO109-136L4.5L221O40-9044.4%511153-9357.0%5511
12/30/2019@ UTAH81-104L9.5L218U30-7938.0%491739-8347.0%5414
1/2/2020@ LA CLIPPERS112-126L13L223.5O40-9442.6%571150-9254.3%5515
1/4/2020@ GOLDEN STATE111-104W-3W213O43-8351.8%492133-8240.2%4714
1/5/2020@ LA LAKERS99-106L14.5W219.5U29-7837.2%531642-9245.7%5813
1/7/2020@ CLEVELAND115-113W-3.5L218.5O42-9146.2%43942-8549.4%5316
1/13/2020NEW ORLEANS110-117L-5L221.5O40-9940.4%56943-10341.7%7319
1/15/2020@ BOSTON116-103W9.5W218O47-7860.3%401141-8349.4%5015
1/18/2020@ ATLANTA136-103W-1.5W227.5O51-8659.3%541740-9343.0%4219
1/20/2020@ WASHINGTON              
1/29/2020@ BROOKLYN              
2/3/2020@ MEMPHIS              

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/14/2019@ MEMPHIS111-128L1.5L237O36-8542.4%371848-8457.1%5823
12/16/2019@ DETROIT133-119W2.5W232.5O49-8855.7%471541-8647.7%5114
12/20/2019@ TORONTO118-122L6.5W230.5O40-8746.0%501338-7848.7%5517
12/21/2019@ PHILADELPHIA108-125L13L228O36-8840.9%471149-9452.1%6314
12/23/2019@ NEW YORK121-115W3.5W227O47-10047.0%69844-9347.3%4914
12/26/2019@ DETROIT102-132L6.5L228.5O38-9241.3%501246-8653.5%5714
12/28/2019NEW YORK100-107L3L227.5U33-9634.4%591138-8544.7%6421
1/8/2020@ ORLANDO89-123L9L218U36-8442.9%472343-8749.4%6016
1/15/2020@ CHICAGO106-115L3.5L229.5U37-7946.8%461643-8550.6%5015
1/17/2020@ TORONTO111-140L10.5L230.5O40-8944.9%492652-9157.1%4819
1/22/2020@ MIAMI              
1/23/2020@ CLEVELAND              
1/26/2020@ ATLANTA              
1/28/2020@ MILWAUKEE              
2/3/2020GOLDEN STATE              
DETROIT: LAST SEASON: 41-41, lost in first round of Eastern Conference playoffs.
COACH: Dwane Casey (second season, 11th NBA season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Reggie Jackson (15.4 ppg), G Bruce Brown (4.3 ppg), G Tony Snell (6.0 ppg), F Blake Griffin (24.5 ppg), C Andre Drummond (17.3 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: G Wayne Ellington, G Ish Smith.
KEY ADDITIONS: G Derrick Rose, G Tony Snell.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: There are no illusions about Rose still being an MVP candidate, but he averaged 18 points a game last season and could be a real X-factor for Detroit. The Pistons have relied on the trio of Griffin, Drummond and Jackson for a while now, and Jackson has been the most erratic member of that group. If Rose gives Detroit more production at point guard, that could be a big plus for the Pistons, although his health is always a concern.
OUTLOOK: Griffin was simply terrific last season, re-establishing himself as one of the game's stars, but his injury woes popped up again right around playoff time. Detroit would love to manage his minutes in a way that keeps him fresh for the end of the season, but that won't be easy if the Pistons are on the playoff bubble like last season. Another postseason berth is certainly possible, and if things break right, maybe Detroit can get a more favorable seed and win a round, but the gap between the Pistons and the conference's top teams remains formidable.
COACH: Scott Brooks (fourth season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Ish Smith (8.9 ppg with Detroit), G Bradley Beal (25.6 ppg), F Rui Hachimura (19.7 ppg with Gonzaga), F Davis Bertans (8.0 ppg with San Antonio), C Thomas Bryant (10.5 ppg).
KEY LOSSES: F Jeff Green, F Trevor Ariza, F Markieff Morris, C Dwight Howard, F Sam Dekker, F Jabari Parker, F Bobby Portis, G Tomas Satoransky.
KEY ADDITIONS: F Rui Hachimura, G Ish Smith, G-F C.J. Miles, F Moe Wagner, G-F Isaac Bonga, F Davis Bertans, G-F Admiral Schofield, G Justin Robinson, G Justin Anderson, G Isaiah Thomas.
PLAYERS TO WATCH: As Washington tries to find a way forward with a mostly new roster after losing 50 games, everyone in a Wizards uniform will be judged for his possible role in the future. The most scrutiny will fall on two players: rookie Rui Hachimura, a first-round draft pick from Gonzaga, and All-Star shooting guard Bradley Beal. With Hachimura, it's about adapting to the pro game and seeing how much potential he has. With Beal, undoubtedly Washington's best player and closest thing now to a transcendent star, it's about whether he can up his level even more ... and where he will attempt to do that. Will he commit to the Wizards and will they build around him? Or will they start over even more completely by trading him?
OUTLOOK: With John Wall out for most, and maybe all, of the season after rupturing his Achilles tendon, plus several other offseason injuries, and a wholesale revamping of the roster under way, new GM Tommy Sheppard knows that there is no point in aiming for any particular win total, let alone the playoffs. So instead of the sort of grand pronouncements about quantifiable goals that were so common with this club in the past, Sheppard is emphasizing the importance of development ' figuring out who can do what and who should be a part of the long-term plan. The Wizards are not going to be very good in 2019-20, but they are hoping this will be the start of moving in the right direction.
Rose, Pistons eye third straight road win vs. Wizards

Derrick Rose's addition to the Detroit Pistons' starting lineup has led to improved starts as well as better finishes.

The Pistons will try to complete a sweep of a three-game road trip when they play a Monday matinee against the Washington Wizards.

Coach Dwane Casey had been reluctant to insert Rose into the lineup for fear of overusing the veteran point guard. He also didn't want the team's bench production to nosedive.

Instead, the team's offense has flowed despite the lengthy absences of starters Blake Griffin and Luke Kennard.

The Pistons shot 60.3 percent from the field in a 116-103 upset at Boston, then connected at a 59.3 percent clip in a 136-103 romp in Atlanta on Saturday.

Rose has been the catalyst, shooting 76.7 percent from the field. He had 27 points and nine assists in 26 minutes against the Hawks.

"Derrick Rose is an All-Star," Casey said. "He is getting to where he wants to go with the ball, and he is picking double teams apart. Guys are being more comfortable now playing against blitzes and traps, and he is playing like an All-Star. ... I'm going to tell everybody, he should be an All-Star, he is an All-Star."

Rose is clearly the Pistons' Most Valuable Player this season. He's averaging 23.0 points and 6.1 assists this month and the offense revolves around his ability to drive to the basket for layups and kickouts.

Rose's minutes have risen from an average of 22.9 in November to 25.2 in December to 30.1 in January. He's showing no signs of wear and tear.

"I think they were just being cautious with me early on in the season," he said. "I feel like they were being cautious. I keep showing them; I'm coming in doing what I'm supposed to do, taking care of my body. I've been prepping for this all summer, so it's finally just coming full circle."

The Wizards, who hold a 2-1 lead in the season series, will look to snap a three-game losing streak.

They were thumped 140-111 at Toronto on Friday. The Wizards had trouble hanging onto the ball, as they committed 26 turnovers.

"We started the game off with turnovers and a lot of them were uncharacteristic ones, but some of them were because they are a good defensive team," coach Scott Brooks said. "They're an experienced team, they are long, they are tough and they were clicking. We played a championship team (Friday) that was clicking on all cylinders and when that happens everything seems to fall."

The Wizards' star, Bradley Beal, was held to 14 points in 23 minutes. Beal has averaged 20.6 points, 6.6 points below his season average, in three games since returning from a right leg injury.

"We've just got to get better at getting open and making ourselves available and just making a simple pass," Beal said. "We've got to be better at both ends of the floor. We've got to be better as a team, better as a unit, starting with myself."

Beal averaged 28.5 points and 8.0 assists in the two Wizards victories over Detroit but was held to 15 points in a 132-102 Pistons triumph on Dec. 26.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 4/5/2020 3:38:29 PM EST

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