The Detroit Pistons hit their first six 3-pointers while building a 15-point second-quarter lead Monday night, before returning to their usual shooting ways.  The Atlanta Hawks were back in front by halftime and went on to an easy win 94 - 79.  Atlanta held the Pistons to just 28 percent shooting in the second half, including 3 for 16 in the fourth quarter.  The Pistons had five players score in double figures, but Tracy McGrady led the Pistons with just 14.  As the Pistons left the court they were booed by the small crowd of 11,844 at the Palace.