The Detroit Pistons hoped to snatch their third-consecutive win as they took on Chicago Bulls. Be that as it may, the Chicago Bulls immediately reminded Pistons why they were the top group in the Eastern Conference.
Pistons then stumbled to the Bulls 133-87, which comes a day after they eradicated a 22-point deficit and beat the Utah Jazz. Bulls are 27-11 this season and have even dominated the 10-straight matches and have beaten Detroit every time since Mar. 10, 2019. This was one of Detroit's more regrettable misfortunes of the current period and in the past week, they have even dropped games by 29 and 30 points. Bulls veteran DeMar DeRozan had 20 points and 12 rebounds at the end of the match and Lonzo Ball chipped in with 18 points. Detroit will be back in action on Friday when they face the Toronto Raptors at Little Caesars Arena.