In the next few weeks without Detroit Wright’s first game, the Detroit Pistons missed his stable performance.
Dennis Smith Jr. (Jr.) took his place and struggled beyond the 30-second burst of sunken shooting. His iconic athletic ability is still more functional than theoretically, which is not surprising given the injury. He may gradually enter the game and show off what makes him a lottery pick, but he is clearly absent tonight.
Enter Know Lee.
Lee’s agility provided the Magic with defensive opportunities and created countless great opportunities for teammates. He finished the game with 1
Oh, he tried again to end his career:
Unfortunately, Lee’s outstanding efforts were not enough to fully recover the Pistons from the deficit in the first half.
Orlando took the lead on Evan Fournier’s heat shot (the latter scored 29 points with 15) and noticed Pistons killer Terrence Ross, but due to All-Star hopes Nikola Vucevic (Nikola Vucevic) won the game.
Vucevic scored 37 points and scored 11 points without much resistance. This doesn’t necessarily hurt Detroit’s defense against him-he is just one of the nights and you can’t deal with him.
Detroit’s performance is not comparable to Vucevic.
Jerami Grant (Jerami Grant) scored 24 points with outstanding efficiency and is his consistent solid self. Josh Jackson added 17 points, but he did so in 23 attempts. Jackson was forced to take on a larger creative role. He pressed too hard and got himself into a lot of traffic, but he didn’t plan to go out. During Wright’s absence, Jackson needed to play a more important offensive role, but the result of the first game did not exist.
The loss of the Magic is a great reminder of how difficult the Pistons will face when the camera does not fall and the main creator is missing. Dwane Casey and the company will need to create more offensive opportunities for their young roster members. Detroit will see Orlando again on Tuesday, which will be a good test of whether it can be adjusted correctly.