Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - Josh Smith scored 30 points to lead the
Detroit Pistons to an improbable 101-96 road win over the Indiana Pacers from
Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Indiana entered Monday's clash as one of just two teams in the NBA without a
blemish at home this season, winning 11 straight to open the year. Only the
Thunder (12-0) remain unbeaten at home.
Greg Monroe recorded a 13-point, 12-rebound double-double in the triumph, just
Detroit's second in its last six games. Brandon Jennings had 18 points and
Lance Stephenson netted a career-high 23 points with seven rebounds and six
assists in the setback. Paul George tallied 17 points with nine rebounds and
Luis Scola scored 18 off the bench.
The Sports Network