6 Takeaways from Monday Night's NBA Action

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6 Takeaways from Monday Night's NBA Action
Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

The six games on Monday night's NBA schedule were decided by an average of 22 points, which means fans in search of tense, competitive basketball were out of luck.

Aficionados of drubbings, trouncings and figurative demolition got all they could handle, though.

To be totally fair, there were a pair of single-digit ballgames, one of which might have marked the beginning of a new era for the Detroit Pistons. Armed with a new coach and featuring a fighting spirit not seen for months, Brandon Jennings and Co. notched an eye-opening upset.

Elsewhere, the Milwaukee Bucks cemented a season of failure, the Indiana Pacers devoured a wounded opponent and the Philadelphia 76ers (God bless them) spent another night in the meat grinder. Theirs was a stomping of historical proportions.

Here's what you need to know about one of the most lopsided evenings of the 2013-14 NBA season.

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