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Pistons center Andre Drummond tipped in a last-second game-winner to lift Detroit to a 98-96 road victory over Indiana on Friday.

By Ben Golliver
January 16, 2015

Pistons center Andre Drummond tipped in a last-second game-winner to lift Detroit to a 98-96 road victory against Indiana on Friday.

The final play unfolded with Brandon Jennings going left from the top of the key. As he approached the left block, Jennings lofted up a shot off the backboard that hit the rim and bounced off. Drummond was well-positioned for the follow attempt. He succeeded in tipping in the putback with 0.3 seconds remaining to send the Pistons bench into a jubilant celebration.

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Drummond finished with 16 points and 16 rebounds. Jennings led all scorers with 37 points and three assists.

Roy Hibbert led the Pacers with 14 points. Six Pacers players scored in double figures.  

Detroit improved to 15-25 overall and 10-2 since Christmas. Indiana fell to 15-26.

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