The Pistons last night picked up their seventh road win of the season, beating the team with the worst record in the league in posting a 105-to-99 victory at Charlotte. Brandon Knight carried Detroit for most of three quarters with 21 points before leaving late in the period with a right knee injury.
After the game, Piston’s coach Lawrence Frank labeled it a hyperextension and said Knight is now listed as day-to-day. Greg Monroe scored 19 points with seven assists and seven rebounds as the Pistons have gone 4-and-2 in their last six games to improve to 22-and-34. Coming up next for Detroit will be back-to-back games against the Pacers beginning tomorrow night at Indiana and then Saturday at the Palace.