Detroit Pistons ballyhooed big men Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe, and the debates about their individual All-Star worthiness next February, got a big boost with the New York media market watching Friday. Both players had 22 points and double-doubles, and pushed the Pistons to a 103-99 victory over the Brooklyn Nets. Monroe had a steady game but did his most important offensive work after the Pistons broke down in the fourth quarter and scored four points in more than six minutes. His right-handed hook in the post made it 100-93 after the Pistons led by 18 after three quarters. Drummond's biggest work came in the second quarter, when the Nets' one-point lead after one quarter flipped into a 17-point halftime deficit, and he had 16 points and five rebounds, made all five of his field-goal attempts, and was 6 of 7 from the free-throw line. The Nets made it interesting late, largely because of a couple of key 3-pointers by Mirza Teletovic, who had nine of his 17 points in the fourth quarter. The Pistons led 94-84 when Brandon Jennings entered the game for Chauncey Billups with 7:54 left and the offense stalled. After Monroe's much-needed basket, Deron Williams was fouled by Jennings on a 3-point attempt and made all three free throws to make it 100-96 with 51 seconds left. Josh Smith charged, but Williams was turned over on a hustle play by Jennings, who stripped the Nets guard from behind after he was beaten on the dribble.