Bey, Jackson step up as Pistons bench, minus its anchor, shines in win over Nets

Detroit Pistons

The Pistons have had the NBA’s highest-scoring second unit this season, but the identity of their bench changes dramatically with Derrick Rose no longer serving as its centerpiece. Josh Jackson and Saddiq Bey showed evidence in Tuesday’s rousing 122-111 win over Brooklyn that they’re ready to shoulder broader roles, combining for 28 points and playing…

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