The Detroit Pistons beat the Memphis Grizzlies Saturday night 94-91 at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The Pistons (4-13) only have one road victory this season. The win on Saturday was just their fourth of the season.
The Oklahoma City Thunder (13-3) are a different story.
The Thunder have won seven of their past eight games. They beat the New Jersey Nets 84-74 on Saturday in New Jersey.
Before losing to the Washington Wizards on Wednesday, the Thunder won seven straight. They now sit in 1st place in the Western Conference.
The Thunder are becoming known for their tough defense. The Pistons are known for their struggling offense. That, combined with a debilitating turnover problem, could mean disaster for Detroit.
Detroit hasn't won on the road against a Western Conference team since beating Sacramento on Nov. 14, 2010.
The Thunder are lead by Kevin Durant, who had 20 points and 15 rebounds in the team's win over the Nets.
The Pistons are not getting consistent offense from anyone. Rookie Brandon Knight has been a bright spot, putting up 14 points against the Grizzlies.
Detroit cleaned up in the turnover column on Saturday. They committed just 13 that night after turning the ball over 25 times on Friday.
Turning the ball over less is a step in the right direction.
The Thunder and Pistons tip off at 8 p.m.