This past week left the Pistons wondering when they might get to face the Cleveland Cavaliers again.
The previous week the Pistons got two wins at the Cavaliers' expense. This week they weren't so fortunate.
The Pistons dropped to 7-19 overall after an 0-4 week.
Monday the Pistons traveled to Philadelphia, the site of their first road win Nov. 14. A repeat performance was not in the cards as they fell to the 76ers, 104-97.
As has happened so often this season, the Pistons came out of halftime cold. The 76ers went on a 14-0 run to take a 60-49 lead and didn't look back.
"At the end of the day, we have to be cleaner," coach Lawrence Frank told reporters in Philadelphia. "We gave up 58 points in the second half."
On Tuesday, the Pistons had to play their fourth game in five nights, facing the Denver Nuggets.
After a 21-4 run early, the Pistons couldn't sustain it, eventually falling 101-94.
JaVale McGee, Corey Brewer and Andre Miller came off...