The opening leg of Detroit's six-game road trip to start the 2012 season didn't go well.
Despite a comeback attempt in the fourth quarter, the Pistons dropped their second straight game. This time, it was a 92-89 loss at Phoenix. The Pistons opened at home with a defeat from Houston, and after their stop in Phoenix, they have five more road games before returning to the Palace at Auburn Hills on Nov. 12.
Detroit fell to 0-2 in the young 2012 season.
The Pistons pulled to 91-89 on a three-pointer by Kyle Singler with four seconds remaining. They trailed the Suns by 10 with 4:15 to play, but after Suns guard Sebastian Telfair hit the second of two free throws, Brandon Knight missed a 28-footer at the buzzer.
The Pistons next travel to Los Angeles for a Nov. 4 game against the Lakers.