Kawhi Leonard

Blake Griffin scores 27, Pistons top Raptors 112-107 in OT

Detroit took advantage of Toronto resting star forward Kawhi Leonard less than 48 hours after he made the go-ahead shot in the closing seconds of their win over Portland.

Lowry missed a contested layup with seven seconds left and Detroit made free throws to seal the win.

Detroit led by 13 points in the opening quarter and didn't trail until Marc Gasol made a 3-pointer with 8-plus minutes left in the third.

The go-ahead shot came shortly after Toronto got fired up because Siakam and Danny Green were called for technical fouls for arguing with officials.

Detroit's Zaza Pachulia was ejected after getting called for two technical fouls for screaming at officials and he will likely be disciplined by the NBA for bumping a referee.

Pistons: Luke Kennard became the 10th player in franchise history to make at least five 3-pointers in two straight games and finished with 19 points.

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