Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE
The Pistons will play the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday before traveling to Sacramento for a game on Wednesday.
Stuck in a difficult position with six of his team's first seven games on the road, Detroit Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank will gear his team up for a pair of dangerous games on back-to-back nights this week.
The Pistons will first take on a Denver team that narrowly came up short against Miami on Saturday in a thrilling game between two of the NBA's best teams. The Nuggets are currently off to a woeful 0-3 start following the loss, but will hope to once again get the better of Frank's team after a 116-115 victory last season.
In the fourth game of their road trip, the Pistons will take the court roughly 24 hours after playing Denver to square off against the Sacramento Kings at Power Balance Pavilion. The Kings dropped three straight road games of their own to kick off the year, and will officially make their home debut against the Warriors on Monday evening.
Tuesday, Nov. 6 - at Denver Nuggets - 9 p.m. ET
Wednesday, Nov. 7 - at Sacramento Kings - 10 p.m. ET