The Detroit Pistons had legendary Motown act “The Temptations” sing at halftime, but it was another old familiar Michigan guy who put on the best show Friday night at The Palace.

In an interesting twist, the crowd didn’t even act like it minded that former Wolverine star Trey Burke’s big night was an impetus to the Utah Jazz’s 110-89 blowout win over the home team.

For a night, Burke was back in a blue and yellow uniform in the Great Lakes State, tearing it up in a big win.

Supportive Michigan fans cheered every time he scored in his 20-point night. The Jazz loved it every time he passed to a teammate for a score in his career-high 12-assist game.

“It felt good. We had a lot of fun tonight as a team,” Burke said. “We came out, I felt like we matched their intensity each quarter. That was what it was about — we never let up.”

Burke wouldn’t let the Jazz, who improved to 14-27 with their 15th win in 16 games against the Pistons (16-23).

Even after a slow 1-for-6 start and with seven turnovers, Burke played as confidently and aggressively as he had during his rookie season. He finished hitting 8 of 17 shots — and heard a loud roar of approval from the crowd each time.

“I’m not even going to lie,” Burke said. ”I came out a little excited.”

He had people in Michigan and Utah excited by the time the night ended.

Burke was the Jazz’s leading scorer on a night the team shot 54.4 percent and also got strong outings from Enes Kanter (18 points, seven rebounds) and Marvin Williams (17 points, seven boards).

“I think once he settled down, he played a helluva game,” Williams said. ”To come home, every time he scored the ball it was almost like a home game for this guy. That’s exciting to see. Michigan has some great fans to receive him like that as a visitor. That shows a lot of respect for what he did at Michigan.”

This was the seventh time Burke has hit the 20-point mark in his short, 28-game pro career. The 6-foot-1 playmaker also registered his third double-double, a feat the All-American never accomplished in two seasons in Ann Arbor.

Burke just enjoyed that it helped the Jazz bounce back from their 109-105 loss in San Antonio on Wednesday, a game in which he ended by scoring 11 points in the final 65 seconds.