The Detroit Pistons finally faced an undermanned, lower-rung NBA team, at home, without blowing it.

The Pistons' big front line feasted on the Orlando Magic's depleted interior and Andre Drummond bounced back nicely from a one-game funk in a 103-87 victory Tuesday at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

The victory snapped a four-game overall losing streak and a three-game home losing streak for the Pistons (18-27), who improved to 8-15 here.

Drummond had 13 points and 17 rebounds after a four-point, six-rebound performance in Sunday's loss at Dallas.

Front-liners Greg Monroe (eight points, 11 rebounds) and Josh Smith (16 points) also took advantage of an Orlando interior playing without center Nikola Vucevic, who has missed most of January with a concussion.

The Pistons outrebounded the Magic 56-40.

They also found a team more challenged to make free throws than themselves. Orlando (12-34), which has the NBA's second-worst record, shot 60 percent from the line, to Detroit's 68 percent.

Brandon Jennings bounced back after missing his first eight field-goal attempts to finish with 20 points on 7-of-19 shooting from the field, to go with eight assists.

After Dallas shot 58 percent against the Pistons Sunday, the Magic shot 42 percent.

Rodney Stuckey had 13 points and Kyle Singler 12 for the Pistons off the bench.