The Pistons’ Andre Drummond had 16 points and 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the East lost to the West 196-173 in the NBA All-Star Game in Toronto.
It was the highest scoring All-Star game in NBA history.
Russell Westbrook had 31 points for the West, while the retiring Kobe Bryant added 10 in his final All-Star Game.
With the All-Star Game over, the Pistons will get back to work later this week.
They face the Wizards Friday in Washington in their first game back from the break.
Detroit has lost three in-a-row to fall back to .500 at 27-and-27.
That’s good for ninth place in the East.
By: Mike Plourde – for Great Lakes Radio Sports