The Detroit Pistons dug themselves an early hole this season as they struggled on the road.
Detroit still has a ways to go to reach the break-even point, but it's heading in the right direction by taking care of business at Auburn Hills.
The Pistons look to push their home winning streak to four - and post their first set of back-to-back victories this season - on Wednesday night against the Phoenix Suns.
Starting with a 92-89 loss to the Suns (7-8) on Nov. 2, Detroit (4-11) dropped six straight on the road during its franchise-worst 0-8 start.
The Pistons, though, are one game above .500 since then after snapping a 12-game skid to Western Conference teams with Monday's 108-101 victory over Portland.
Detroit last won four straight at home from Feb. 29-March 10.
"When teams come here, they have to know that they're going to be in for a fight and know they're going to have to play close to a perfect game to get out of here with a win," point guard Brandon Knight told the Pistons...