Detroit Pistons Stun Golden State Warriors on Wild Game-Winner

Detroit Pistons forward Saddiq Bey seized a moment of glory Wednesday night against the Golden State Warriors. With the game tied at 119-119, the third-year player pulled up at 29 feet to sink an off-balance three-pointer as time expired to steal the win and end the Warriors' home win streak.

The Warriors hadn't lost at home since December 5th against the Indiana Pacers and were a ridiculous 17-2 at the Chase Center heading into yesterday's game. Meanwhile, the Pistons entered the game 10-30, tied for the fewest wins in the league.

Bey will get the credit in the highlights, but the star of the game was forward Bojan Bogdanovic. The veteran nailed 10 of his 15 field goal attempts for a team-high 29 points, adding four rebounds and five assists. He leads the Pistons this year with 21.1 points per game.

Bey's thrilling final shot will be the rare pleasant memory for Pistons fans in what appears certain to be another lost season. The team hasn't won more than 23 games since the 2018-2019 season. They'll cross their fingers in the draft lottery yet again following this season.

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