No BG, no Stuckey, no contest.... After shooting 50% in the first quarter and trailing by one, the gang that shouldn't straight fail to excecute simple layup and was just cold-cold from the outside ....including 0-10 from beyound the arc. JJ and bynum shot 3-9 each, Daye was 2-11 and Tay was 4-13. Greg Monroe was able to get loose enough to drop in 22, but no other Piston could score more than 10 . bynum got 10, but he was burned in the 4th when Jodie Meeks scored most of his 17 points on him. (no wonder he was a -20) Knight, starting in place of strained groin Stuckey, grabbed 10 boards, but the Sixers Spencer Hawes never seemed to be boxed out grabbing a game high 14 boards and a scored on a bunch of putbacks. Nothing much esle to say here other than both Daye and Knight sprained their ankles in the first half but both returned in the second half to help with no defense of Bynum when the Sixers turned a 81-70 lead game into a 92-71 runaway in less than 3 minutes. Fox sports put up a stat indicating the Pistons were 29th in the lead in 4th quarter scoring at about 20 ppq. I am almost certain that they have to in the bottom 4 in scoring too. The guards are not running the offense right, and are shooters are coming up short and Tay is still taking to many shots and holding it to long.