‘Want it more’ – After falling behind by 30, Pistons nearly rally all the way back in loss at Washington

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If you’re Dwane Casey, what do you take away from Saturday’s loss at Washington: Falling behind by 25 points by halftime or shaving 26 points off a 30-point deficit to end the third quarter? “Shouldn’t have a takeaway for being down 25,” Casey said – perhaps “snarled” would be more appropriate – after the Pistons…

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