Scoring your first points in the NBA has to be a great feeling, but when the entire arena explodes afterward, that would feel a little bit better.

Piston fans everywhere are a little starved for highlights so far this year, so excuse me for looking across the country for one.

Kenneth Faried didn't score in his first NBA game, but it was definitely worth the wait.

In his second game, he found himself on the highlight end of a lob from Rudy Fernandez.

This is a nice way to break into the scoring column.