Throughout the Pistons’ bouts of inconsistency and finding themselves, they’ve accomplished a feat nobody else in the NBA can claim — winning in Miami and Indiana.

And, they led wire-to-wire in both games, so it can’t be taken as a stroke of extreme luck. Especially for a team with a total of 37 road wins the last four seasons.

Pistons coach Maurice Cheeks has the task of capitalizing on the momentum of beating arguably the league’s two best teams on their home floor while putting those wins in their proper perspective.

In other words, Cheeks has to ensure the extreme highs aren’t met with the valley lows against lesser opponents.

“For us, to beat Miami and Indiana on the road is huge but we’re trying to get consistent play,” Cheeks said before the Pistons beat the Boston Celtics, 107-106, Wednesday night at TD Garden.

“They’re very good teams, and Miami is the defending champion. It’s tough to win on the road and is huge for us, for anybody. To go into someone else’s building and win games, it’s always been that way.”

After the Pistons’ nail-biting win over a Boston Celtics team that entered the evening with the same record, the players spoke as if they were at a level above the muck in the East.

It was the Pistons’ sixth road win in seven games, the lone loss an overtime thriller against the New Orleans Pelicans last week. The Pistons have seven wins overall away from The Palace.

“If we want to be a top team in this league, we can’t beat the best then lose to teams we should beat,” said point guard Brandon Jennings, who scored 28 with 14 assists.

“We gotta get these games.”

You’d have to go back at least three coaches before finding a Pistons team that beat a legit championship contender on the road.

It’s something Lawrence Frank and John Kuester didn’t have on their resume.