Pistons Vs. Nets Final Score: Detroit Wins Fourth Straight, 109-92

For the first time this season, the NBA's lowest scoring team topped 100 points during regulation. The Pistons scored 109 in all to beat the Nets for their fourth straight victory, 109-92. It was the Pistons' second straight win against the Nets.

Detroit shot 54-percent and had 25 assists on their 43 baskets while holding New Jersey to 42-percent shooting. Jonas Jerebko led all scorers with 20 points on 7-for-13 shooting. Greg Monroe picked up his 15th double-double of the season with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Rodney Stuckey added 19 points and the masked Brandon Knight had 13 points (all in the second half), seven assists, and six rebounds.

Deron Williams struggled for the Nets, only scoring 14 points and not picking up a single assist in the second half.

The Pistons will go for their fifth straight on Sunday vs. Washington.

For more on the Detroit Pistons, check out SB Nation's Detroit Pistons blog Detroit Bad Boys. For more on the New Jersey Nets, head over to NetsDaily. All your news and analysis on the NBA can be found at SB Nation's NBA hub, SBNation.com/NBA.

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