DETROIT (CBS/AP) — The Bulls were in Detroit Saturday night, and they have feasted on the Pistons so far this season.

They did so again this time, with a 108-99 victory.

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As usual, Zach LaVine led the way – scoring a game-high 25 points as the Bulls would build a 16-point first-half lead.

There was an odd play in the third. After Daniel Gafford scored a basket, Andre Drummond for some reason bounced the ball off Gafford’s head.

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Drummond was ejected for that. The Pistons were also without an injured Blake Griffin.

For the Bulls, Luke Kornet came off the bench to add 15 points – including three-pointers. The Bulls snapped their six-game losing streak, and are now 9-0 this season against the Pistons, Atlanta Hawks, and Memphis Grizzlies.

But the Bulls are 5-26 against everyone else.

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