AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Oct. 19 (UPI) -- Jerry Stackhouse scored 30 points Friday and the Detroit Pistons pulled away for a 94-76 exhibition victory over the Miami Heat, who scored just four points in the final period.
Miami (1-4) was without coach Pat Riley, who had a family obligation. Assistant Stan Van Gundy coached the Heat, who were missing starters Eddie Jones, Brian Grant and Anthony Carter and reserve swingman Kendall Gill.
The Pistons (4-2) took full advantage, holding the Heat to one field goal in 15 attempts in the fourth quarter.
Stackhouse and Corliss Williamson scored 10 points apiece in the second quarter, when Detroit turned a 32-23 deficit into a 52-48 halftime lead. Williamson scored eight points in a 12-0 surge that opened the period.
Jon Barry scored 12 points and Ben Wallace grabbed 10 rebounds for the Pistons, who shot less than 38 percent from the field but made 40 of 49 free throws. First-round pick Rodney White had four points and five rebounds in 18 minutes.
Alonzo Mourning scored 14 points and Ricky Davis added 12 for the Heat, who shot 38 percent.