Pistons aim to break losing streak in matchup against Nets, avoiding new NBA record

The Detroit Pistons are on the verge of making unwanted NBA history as they face the Brooklyn Nets in a crucial matchup on Tuesday night. With 26 consecutive losses, the Pistons are just one defeat away from owning the record for the longest single-season losing streak in NBA history.

The last time the Pistons secured a victory was on October 28th when they beat the Chicago Bulls in their home opener. Since then, they have struggled to find the winning formula, with turnovers and mistakes proving costly in many of their games.

Coach Monty Williams has praised his players for their resilience and fighting spirit despite the ongoing losing streak. “Our guys don’t want to be a part of any losing streak, but every day they come back with focus and drive, trying to win a game,” Williams said.

The Pistons’ upcoming schedule does not bode well for ending the streak soon, with tough matchups against teams like the Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors, and the Golden State Warriors on the horizon.

The previous record for the longest single-season losing streak in NBA history is held by the 2014-15 Philadelphia 76ers, who suffered 28 straight losses. The Pistons, currently at 26 consecutive losses, have the opportunity to avoid setting a new record by securing a win in the upcoming games.

Despite the challenging circumstances, the Pistons remain committed to breaking the streak and turning their season around. Their determination and resilience will be put to the test as they strive to avoid making unwanted history.

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