Detroit Pistons snap Boston Celtics home winning streak
“Tonight was just a great night overall for all of us,” said Drummond. “We really wanted to beat these guys. We gave them our best shot and came out with a great win.”
It was the first meeting of the teams since the Celtics traded Avery Bradley to Detroit along with a second-round pick in exchange for Marcus Morris during the offseason. Bradley, who heard cheers from the Boston Garden crowd, and Morris both scored 13 points. Bradley also had five assists.
Dwyane Wade came off the bench to score 15 points for Cleveland, who won their eighth straight contest to improve to 13-7 on the season.
Cleveland owned a 57-30 advantage in points from non-starters and held the Sixers to 37.5 percent shooting, including three-for-28 from beyond the arc.