Cleveland, OH (Sports Network) - Led by a career-high 29 points from Andre
Drummond, the Detroit Pistons earned a season sweep of the Cleveland
Cavaliers Wednesday night with a 111-104 victory at Quicken Loans Arena.
Drummond, who was taken ninth overall in last year's NBA Draft, finished
10-of-11 shots from the floor and also collected 11 rebounds for the
Pistons, who won all four matchups in a season with Cleveland for the first
time since the 2002-03 season.
Greg Monroe added 23 points and eight rebounds, Rodney Stuckey dropped in 18
points to go with seven assists and Will Bynum netted 16 off the bench for
Detroit. The Pistons have won back-to-back games after dropping eight
Kyrie Irving had 27 points and nine assists, but missed a crucial free-throw
in the final minute for the Cavaliers. Tristan Thompson recorded 19 points
and eight rebounds and Dion Waiters, taken five spots ahead of Drummond in
last year's draft, tallied 11 off the bench.
The Cavaliers have now lost three-straight games and are just 14-25 at home on
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