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Antetokounmpo scores 41, leads Bucks to sweep of Detroit


Bucks beat Pistons 119-103 to take 3-0 series lead


Irving scores 37, Celtics beat Pacers 99-91 for 2-game lead


Antetokounpo leads Bucks past Pistons for 2-0 series lead


Bucks roll past Pistons 121-86 in series opener


Irving, Morris lead Celtics' rally past Pacers in Game 1


Ibaka, VanVleet lead Raptors to 124-101 rout of Bulls


Gordon powers Magic to 121-116 win over Pacers


Jackson, Pistons end Blazers' 6-game streak with 99-90 win


Curry returns to score 26 and Warriors beat Pistons


Bogdanovic scores 35, Pacers blow out Nuggets 124-88


Bagley just misses double-double as Kings top Bulls 129-102


Pistons beat Raptors 101-107 to complete season sweep.


Embiid lifts 76ers past Pacers in return from knee injury


Griffin scores 28, Pistons top Bulls for 5th straight win


Len scores 28, Hawks hold on to beat Bulls 123-118


Kennard scores 26, Pistons punish Cavaliers 129-93


Vucevic, Ross lead surging Magic to 117-112 win at Indiana


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