The only thing rarer than a Pistons road win in the last two months was a road win in Salt Lake City — and a swagger-filled performance from Brandon Jennings.

Who knows where the confidentpoint guard has been for the several weeks, but his persona made a cameo appearance Monday night against the Utah Jazz, with an efficient showing in the Pistons’ multiple streak-breaking 114-94 win.

The Pistons ended their four-game Western road trip with one win, although they were competitive in each contest, with a chance to win at least two of three prior games.

Jennings hit three triples on his way to 15 points and eight assists in 30 minutes, helping the Pistons snap their five-game losing streak, 13-game road losing skidand helped them win in Utah’s building for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

Karl Malone and John Stockton hadn’t yet had street named after them, considering they were still in uniform for the Jazz. It was seven head coaches ago and six hadn’t won in this building. Jennings was 12 years old.

“We have to move the ball. Tonight felt like a pickup game,” Jennings said. “We were getting things so easy, it was like ‘wow.’”

Will Bynum, Jennings’ backup, also played efficiently and kept the high-risk plays to a minimum, with nine assists in 16 minutes, as the two combined for just three turnovers. Rodney Stuckey scored 19 off the bench, helping to keep the Jazz from making it respectable late.

“You’re starting to see Brandon back with that swagger in attack mode, Brandon’s a flat-out scorer,” Pistons interim coach John Loyer said. “When Brandon has that mojo, that feel, the team feeds off it.”

They also prevented rookie point guard Trey Burke (Michigan) from getting easy opportunities afforded to him in their first meeting, in which Burke scored 20 and added 12 assists in a comfortable Jazz win at The Palace.

“I did remember when he came to Detroit and he had a good game. I couldn’t let that happen tonight,” Jennings said.

Burke made just six of15 shots for 15 points and two assists, hitting a couple jumpers late after a rough start.