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    Detroit Pistons bounce back with dominating home victory over Toronto Raptors, 103-87

    Detroit — There’s something different about the Pistons when they play Dwane Casey’s former team, the Toronto Raptors.

    Whatever the secret is, it’s working.

    The Pistons, coming off a 46-point loss to the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, turned the tables and dominated the Raptors, using a second-quarter push to help in a 103-87 victory on Friday night at Little Caesars Arena.

    Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham (2) drives through Toronto Raptors guard Dalano Banton (45) and Toronto Raptors forward OG Anunoby (3) in the second quarter.

    It’s the fifth straight win in the head-to-head series for the Pistons, including a 127-121 win at Toronto on Nov. 13. The victory also was the fourth straight at home for the Pistons (10-31), who have won five of their last eight games overall.

    “I think our energy has been better in the games that we’ve won,” forward Trey Lyles said. “I think in the games that we’ve dropped, our energy level has been low and we’ve been lackadaisical to start at first and third (quarters).

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