The Detroit Pistons (14-23) dominated the second half at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. They shot down the Milwaukee Bucks, 103-87, last night. In a big third quarter, Detroit’s Greg Monroe scored 12 of his 26 points on the night as the Pistons outscored Milwaukee, 33-11. Brandon Jennings and Beno Udrih each put up 15 points to lead Milwaukee (18-17). It was the Bucks’ first loss under new coach Jim Boylan. Milwaukee travels to Toronto for a Sunday night game.