Banged-up Pistons edge Hornets 111-108 in OT -- The AP reports: Will Bynum’s driving layup with 7.4 seconds left in overtime helped the injury-plagued Pistons to a 111-108 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Sunday night. Trailing by 10 at halftime—and with several key players unavailable—Detroit rallied for its third win in 12 games and rebounded from Friday’s 21-point home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers... The Pistons were without guards Richard Hamilton (upset stomach) and Rodney Stuckey (toe). Tracy McGrady started for the second time all season but didn’t play after halftime because of a sore groin. Detroit was also without forward Austin Daye, who is recovering from a strained hamstring. Bynum, on the other hand, was healthy, and he did a terrific job filling in for Stuckey. He finished with 21 points and nine assists, and his final basket made up for a couple of last-minute miscues that nearly cost Detroit the game... Prince scored 28 points and Gordon added 25 for the Pistons. West scored 32 for the Hornets, and Paul added 23 with 10 assists.
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