Pistons run over by Blazers, 118-103, as Enez Kanter has historic night

Last SlideNext Slide To some degree, the Pistons’ western road trip already is a success, with two victories, over the Oklahoma City Thunder and Sacramento Kings.

Portland Trail Blazers center Enes Kanter drives to the basket on Detroit Pistons forward Sekou Doumbouya, left, during the second half.

Cory Joseph and Dennis Smith Jr., who were the starting backcourt for the second straight game, combined for just eight points on 3-of-12 shooting.

For the second straight game, the Pistons were without leading scorer Jerami Grant, who sat out because of knee soreness.

Mason Plumlee returned after missing Thursday’s game because of concussion protocol, but he played just 18 minutes.

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