The 4-17 Detroit Pistons are now on their second game of a four game road trip, and it's not going to get any easier as the next three games of the trip take will place three days in a row. The first test in the back to back to back after a 95-74 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers will be Monday night against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Milwaukee is coming off a big win against the Lakers, and will have plenty of confidence against a Pistons team that have proven themselves to be one of the worst teams on the road if not the worst team on the road in the league. The Bucks are 5-2 this season at home, a bright spot in their otherwise mediocre 8-11 record.
The Pistons won't have particularly tougher tests after Monday's game as they travel to meet the Knicks and Nets, but starting off the trek with a win will be a welcome change to the Detroit team who have lost 14 of their last 16 games and four straight.