AUBURN HILLS, MI - Detroit almost blew an 18-point lead to start the fourth quarter, but the Pistons managed a 103-99 win over the Brooklyn Nets at The Palace. Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe did the damage inside, scoring 22 points each. They both posted double-doubles, as Drummond grabbed 13 rebounds and Monroe 11. Rodney Stuckey and Kyle Singler combined for 33 points off the bench. Detroit snapped a three-game losing streak and improved to 11-13. Sunday night, the Pistons host Portland.
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