Wright, Ellington lead Pistons over 76ers 119-104

Jerami Grant scored 25 points for the Pistons (4-13), who still have the NBA's worst record but took advantage of Joel Embiid's absence.

''I had Ray Allen and Dirk Nowitzki and some guys like that,'' Detroit coach Dwane Casey said.

Tobias Harris led Philadelphia with 25 points, but the 76ers (12-6) never made much of a run after the Pistons controlled the early going.

Detroit's Josh Jackson was ejected in the fourth quarter, but Philadelphia couldn't take advantage.

76ers: Host the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night in a matchup of two of the top teams in the league so far.

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