Detroit Pistons Weekly: Improved Performances Way Too Late

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Apr 4, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Brooklyn Nets forward Alan Anderson (6) shoots over Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson (7) during the first half at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The Pistons entered the week on a three game losing streak, playing some of their worst basketball of the season. With two home games and two away games on the schedule this week, Detroit showed overdue signs of improvement. They competed hard in three of their four games, and may have learned a little bit about the character of some of their rotation guys.

The week opened up with the visit of the Milwaukee Bucks to the Palace to offer up a genuine opportunity to snap the losing streak. Next on the schedule Detroit headed to Indianapolis to face off against the struggling Pacers. Then on Friday they moved on to face another playoff team on the road, as they looked to close the season series out against the Brooklyn Nets. Before finally, on Saturday night, it was back home again with the Boston Celtics the visitors.

The Pistons went on to finish the week 2-2.

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