Rodney Stuckey scored a season-high 36 points as the Detroit Pistons outlasted the Sacramento Kings, 114-108, at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Friday.

Brandon Knight and Tayshaun Prince each added double-doubles, as Knight scored 23 to go with a career-high 10 assists and Prince netted 22 while pulling down 10 rebounds. The Pistons have now won two straight since dropping two in a row.

DeMarcus Cousins paced the Kings with his 19th double-double this year, scoring 26 points and grabbing 15 boards. Marcus Thornton added 24 points and Tyreke Evans chipped in 16 and nine assists for the Kings, who have lost their last four games.

The Kings led by as many as 11 in the third, but Stuckey and Prince combined to score all 13 points in a 13-4 Pistons run to pull Detroit within one, 81-80, with 2:13 to play.

After a back-and-forth third, the Kings took a slim 88-86 lead into the final frame.

Trailing 104-102 late in the fourth, the Pistons got back-to-back triples from Knight and then Stuckey to take a 108-104 advantage with 1:35 remaining in the contest.

Tyreke Evans' layup with 27.3 seconds to go made it 110-108 and the Kings were forced to foul, putting Stuckey on the line with 15.2 seconds remaining.

Stuckey drained both and after the Kings came up empty on the ensuing possession, Prince knocked down two as well to close out the victory for the Pistons.

Stuckey finished a hot first quarter with 16 points but his Pistons still trailed, 31-24 after one.

The Pistons clawed back into it after Ben Gordon's layup tied the game at 37, but Sacramento scored the next 10 to take a 47-37 lead with 6:33 to play.

The see-saw battle continued, however, as Detroit scored 13 of the last 19 points of the quarter to cut the deficit to 60-56 heading into the locker room.