BRANDON Jennings poured in 33 points as the Detroit Pistons overpowered the undermanned Chicago Bulls 92-75 on Saturday night (Sunday, Manila time) for their fourth consecutive victory.
The Pistons (10-10) also extended their road winning streak to four games and won in the United Center after a 14-game losing streak in the arena. Kyle Singler had 12 points and Josh Harrellson added 12.
Bulls leading scorer Luol Deng was sidelined by tightness in his left calf. Taj Gibson took over scoring duties with 21 points and added 10 rebounds. Mike Dunleavy Jr. had 16 and Carlos Boozer finished with 13 points.