Based on their current play and recent history in Portland, the Detroit Pistons likely won't have an easy time trying to earn their first victory in March.
Looking to avoid matching a season high with an eighth straight loss, the Pistons will also try to end a four-game road slide against the Trail Blazers on Saturday night.
While Detroit (23-44) remains offensively inconsistent, it's allowed 105.7 points and 51.3 percent shooting while going 0-7 this month. Golden State shot 56.9 percent to hand the Pistons their 10th loss in 11 games, 105-97 on Wednesday.
Detroit, which started the season 0-8, has three losing streaks of at least six games.
Guard Stephen Curry scored inside and out to finish with 31 points and help the Warriors shoot the second-highest percentage against Detroit this season.
"It was a lot of ins and outs,'' Pistons guard Will Bynum said, "but defensively we still have to be a whole lot better.''
Hampered by injuries to the likes of starting guard Brandon Kni...