Detroit Pistons vs Philadelphia 76ers
Philadelphia 76ers Andre Miller looks for an opening around Detroit Pistons Rodney Stuckey during first quarter playoff action at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia on April 27, 2008. (UPI Photo/John Anderson)
Greg Monroe put Detroit to stay with 38 seconds to play Wednesday and the Pistons held on to defeat Cleveland 111-104.
Detroit's Brandon Knight struck for 20 points Sunday and the Pistons broke an 18-game skid against Chicago with a 99-85 win over the Bulls.
Greg Monroe struck for 24 points Monday and the Detroit Pistons snapped a three-game skid with a 108-98 victory over Toronto.
Chicago's Luol Deng heated up in the fourth quarter Sunday, putting in 14 points down the stretch to carry the Bulls over Detroit 95-94.
LaMarcus Aldridge fired in 31 points and heated up down the stretch Saturday in the Portland Trail Blazers' 112-101 victory over Detroit.
Stephen Curry and David Lee combined for 51 points and 17 rebounds Wednesday in sending Golden State to a 105-97 triumph over Detroit.
Mo Williams struck for 20 points on 9-of-14 shooting and Al Jefferson supplied a double-double Monday, elevating the Utah Jazz over Detroit 103-90.
Greivis Vasquez scored four points in a game-ending 9-2 run Friday that gave New Orleans a 100-95 decision over Detroit.
Al Horford dominated at both ends of the court with 23 points and 22 rebounds for Atlanta Monday in the Hawks' 114-103 win over Detroit.
Ryan Anderson poured in 31 points Monday and the New Orleans Hornets continued a recent hot streak with a 105-86 decision over Detroit.