Eager to get his skidding team back on track, head coach Lawrence Frank and the Detroit Pistons will travel to Orlando this Wednesday for a rematch with the Magic.
The Pistons came up short, 110-106, on Friday when the two team's took the floor at The Palace of Auburn Hills, and were unable to overcome a big fourth quarter from Orlando guard J.J. Redick in the loss. Detroit will enter Wednesday's game with only one road win in seven attempts thus far in 2012, as Frank's team sits uncomfortably in the cellar in the Eastern Conference's Central Division.
Third-year Pistons forward Greg Monroe continues to lead the offense from a statistical standpoint on most nights, and used a 21-point, 12-rebound, 11-assist game on Nov. 7 to pick up his first career triple double. While shooting guard Rodney Stuckey has struggled mightily to hone in his jump shot in recent games, it has been Monroe and former second-round draft pick Kyle Singler who have stepped up to shoulder the load at both ends of the floor.
at Orlando Magic - Wednesday, Nov. 21 - 7 p.m. ET - FSN Detroit