(SportsNetwork.com) - The Orlando Magic had a winning streak snapped last time out, but they'll try to reclaim some momentum Monday night with a trip to The Palace at Auburn Hills to face the Detroit Pistons.

The Magic had won two in a row until a trip to the nation's capital stalled that. Orlando fell to the Southeast Division-leading Washington Wizards, 98-93, on Saturday.

All five Magic starters scored in double figures, led by Tobias Harris' 19 points, but Orlando's bench only managed 13. Washington reserves Kris Humphries, Otto Porter and Rasual Butler combined for 24 points in the fourth quarter alone.

"We just have to hold everybody accountable," said Harris. "Whether it's defensively or offensively, we can't get away from what we do best and that's playing together."

Victor Oladipo returned to the starting lineup and finished with 18 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Evan Fournier added 15 and Channing Frye and Nikola Vucevic each scored 14. Vucevic pulled down 11 rebounds.

Rookie Aaron Gordon fractured a bone in his left foot and will be out indefinitely.

The Pistons have dropped four of their last five, but return to The Palace following a 1-3 road trip.

Detroit lost to the ultra-tough Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday, 95-88.

Kyle Singler made five 3-pointers en route to 21 points for the Pistons. Greg Monroe had 16 points and 11 rebounds, followed by 14 from Brandon Jennings in the loss.

Josh Smith chipped in 11 points and Andre Drummond grabbed 10 boards while battling foul trouble.

"They're a good team but we didn't play perfect," said Singler. "If we would have played a little bit better, we would have been right there."

The Pistons shot better percentages from the field and from behind the 3-point line than Memphis, but the Grizzlies won the battle of the boards, 53-43, thanks to 22 rebounds from Zach Randolph.

The Pistons play six of their next eight in Motown.

The Magic took two of three from Detroit last season, but the Pistons are 7-3 in their last 10 as the host in this matchup.