Ex-Raptors coach Dwane Casey had a warm welcome back and a standing ovation in Toronto before his Pistons got a come-from-behind win on a buzzer-beater.
2019 SeasonAll times ET
- 9/29W 122-104
- 10/2L 105-90
- 10/5W 120-82
- 10/10W 118-91
- 10/11W 134-119
- 10/17W 116-104
- 10/19W 113-101
- 10/20W 117-113
- 10/22W 127-106
- 10/24W 112-105
- 10/26W 116-107
- 10/29L 124-109
- 10/30W 129-112
- 11/2W 107-98
- 11/4W 121-107
- 11/5W 124-111
- 11/7W 114-105
- 11/10W 128-112
- 11/12L 126-110
- 11/14L 106-104
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Reggie Bullock made the winning shot as time expired and the Detroit Pistons rallied from a 19-point deficit to beat the Toronto Raptors 106-104 on Wednesday night, giving coach Dwane Casey a victory over his former team.
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When Kyle Lowry and Jonas Valanciunas welcome Casey and his Detroit Pistons back to Toronto on Wednesday night, the two longest-serving current Raptors know emotions will be running high.
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