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Sixers-Pistons Final Score: Philly falls to Detroit, 107-89

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Can't win 'em all.

Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

The red hot Pistons were just too much for the Sixers to handle on Saturday night. Detroit defeated Philadelphia at home by a final score of 107-89. The Sixers dropped to 8-32 with the loss.

The Pistons got off to a hot start with a barrage of three pointers from Brandon Jennings, Kyle Singler, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. Big men Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe gave the Sixers fits on the glass.

Philly couldn't keep up with how well the Pistons were shooting. Detroit shot 15-35 (42.9%) from beyond while the Sixers shot a mere 7-28 (25.0%).

To make matters worse, the Sixers didn't take care of the ball. They finished with 22 turnovers.

Michael Carter-Williams led the Sixers in scoring with 15 points. Henry Sims finished second with 12.

More thoughts and takes to come in the full recap. For now, let's hear your immediate reactions to tonight's result.

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