Jan 16, 2016; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons guard Reggie Jackson (1) drives to the basket against Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) during the second quarter at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
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Detroit celebrated former Pistons great Ben Wallace Saturday with a win over the NBA's current best, handing the Golden State Warriors just their fourth defeat of the season.The Pistons beat the Warriors 113-95, Golden State's second defeat in three games and a perfect ending for Detroit fans to a night that saw their club retire four-time defensive player of the year Wallace's number three jersey in their Palace at Auburn Hills arena at halftime.Center Andre Drummond produced his league-leading 34th double-double with 14 points and 21 rebounds, unfazed by the trash-talking of Warriors power forward Draymond Green.Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, the reigning NBA Most Valuable Player and the league's leading scorer, delivered on cue with 38 points, five assists and seven rebounds.Forward Richaun Holmes scored 17 points and guard Ish Smith and forward Robert Covington had 16 apiece for the 76ers, who shot 55.3 percent.DeMarcus Cousins scored 19 points with 13 rebounds and six assists for the Kings.
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