Several teams hit the floor on Monday night, as part of NBA 2017 preseason games, including the Indiana Pacers, the Detroit Pistons, the Houston Rockets and the New York Knicks.

The Detroit Pistons hosted the Indiana Pacers at Little Ceasars Arena in Detroit. The home team finished a winning game against the Pacers (107-97) with 10 points lead.

The Pacers' first loss

The Indiana Pacers finished the 1st quarter of the game with a 27-22 lead against the home team. The next 12 minutes of the game allowed the Pacers to outscore the Pistons again (23-18) and increased the gap to 10 points, finishing a halftime at 50-40.

But the next two quarters were for the home squad to bounce back. The Pistons were determined to win. They outscored the Pacers in the third quarter at 36-24 lead, heading the final quarter with victory at 31-23.

The Indiana Pacers lost in this game with a final score 97-107, their first loss in this preseason after they won the games against the Cleaveland Cavallier on Saturday (106-102) and the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday (104-86).

Game-high score of 14 points from three players

On Monday's game, the Detroit Pistons was lead by Reggie Jackson, Ish Smith and Boban Marjanovic with 14 points each. Among these three, Boban Marjanovic top the score in rebounds with five in total. Boban shot 75 percent from the field, making 6-of-8 field goal attempts and 67 percent from the three-point line, making 2-of-3 three-point attempts.

On the other hand, Reggie, as well as Ish, registered a shooting percentage of 100 percent from the three-point line, making 2-of-2 three-point shot attempts. The four other players of the Pistons who contributed double-digit scores were Stanley Johnson, Henry Ellenson, Reggie Bullock and Anthony Tolliver. Stanley and Henry tie at 11 points while Regie and Anthony scored 13 points each.

Avery Bradley, Dwight Buycks, and Andre Drummond were unable to join on the court with the other Detroit's players.

Damien Wilkins led the Pacers

Bojan Bogdanovic, Victor Oladipo, Lance Stephenson, Thaddeus Young, and Myles Turner of the Pacers rested from Monday's game. That night, Damien Wilkins led the team in scoring 14 points.

He shot 83 percent from the field goal, making 5-of-6 attempts in 23 minutes off the bench.

Meanwhile, players like Al Jefferson, Cory Joseph, Jarrod Uthoff, and Joe Young played well in providing the Pacers with double-digit points. Al Jefferson scored 12 points while grabbing six rebounds, dishing out three assists and stealing the ball twice. Cory shot 67 percent from the field to go along with two steals, three assists, and two rebounds.

Jarrod Uthoff and Joe Young contributed the same 11 points to Pacers. Joe Young only shot 33 percent from the field, but he also registered two rebounds and five assists in his stat line. Jarrod made 5-of-9 field goal attempts and added game-high seven rebounds, one block, one steal, and two assists. In summary, the Pacers finished the game with a shooting percentage of 55 from the field and 56 from the three-point line.