The Nets beat the Pistons 118–112. This is the 30th straight loss for the Pistons in the NBA season.

The Nets beat the Pistons 118–112. This is the 30th straight loss for the Pistons in the NBA season.

The Detroit Pistons lost their 27th straight game this season, 118–112. They are the first team in NBA history to do so. Like the season, the game towards Brooklyn began with some hope.

The Nets beat the Pistons upon Saturday in Brooklyn, giving them their 26th straight loss. They now tie the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Philadelphia 76ers to the most losses in a row in a single season.

For the record, the Philadelphia 76ers lost 28 games in a row from the end of the 2014–15 season to the beginning of the 2015–16 season.

With a game on the road facing the NBA-leading Celtics of Boston on Thursday night, it looks like they will at least tie the record.

At one point, Detroit was ahead 9–1 and had a 14–point lead within the first quarter. But bad shooting, defense, and mistakes let Brooklyn make things worse for the Motor City.

The Nets beat the Pistons by 13 points in the second quarter and were ahead 61–54 at the break.

In the third quarter, Cade Cunningham scored 18 of his total 41 points. He also made a 3-pointer at the start of the fourth to give Detroit a 97-92 lead.

A playoff game had almost 3,000 people, and they started cheering loudly. Right then, the Nets went on a 13-0 charge to take the advantage for good.

Cunningham did what he could to help the team win, but he didn’t have much help and even turned the ball over once.

There was a time when Bojan Bogdanovic scored 23 points and then fouled out. He then left Cam Johnson wide open for a 3-pointer who gave Brooklyn a six-point lead with 1:40 left.

Last year’s No. 5 pick, Jaden Ivey, missed 9 in 12 shots because the Nets backed off of him and let the guard shoot.

The Pistons joined the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2010–11 and the Philadelphia 76ers in 2013–14. In their first season under Monty Williams, they went 2–27.

After being tied in the first half, the Nets went on a 15-0 run to take a 21-point lead and make sure Detroit wouldn’t win again until October 28.

The teams will play again on Tuesday night in Detroit. The Pistons are getting close to having the longest losing streak in league history.

Beginning in late 2014–15 and ending early 2015–16, the 76ers fell 28 straight games. Guard Cade Cunningham said, “Everyone wants to win; everyone hates losing, so it’s hard.” “We also need to be realistic.”

To get the next one, we can’t just say the exact same things over and over. We’re just trying to come up with a plan of action because there has to be one.

Mikal Bridges led the Nets with 29 points, seven assists, and six rebounds. Seven other players scored 10 or more points, and the Nets ended a five-game losing run. Cam Thomas had 20 points.

The Nets played hard in their minute night of games in a row after losing the defending NBA title Denver Nuggets on Friday, making 52% of their shots from the floor.

They made some easy shots because the Pistons turned the ball over 14 times, which generated 22 points.

“This year we had a lot of rough patches, but I try not to see life that way.” “It just takes place,” he said.

“There are 22 points when you turn the ball over 14 times, but it does happen.” We’ve had a lot of those this year. “Those live turnovers were basketball deaths for possessions.”

With less than three minutes left, the score was still 88–82, but Royce O’Neale sank a 3-pointer while Day’Ron Sharpe scored back-to-back buckets to end the quarter 10-0 and make the score 98–82.

The Pistons got off to a 2-1 start in Williams’ first season as coach, with 23 points from Jaden Ivey. However, they quickly went from good to bad.

Cunningham could only play for 11 minutes within the beginning of the half because he got three fouls, but he still scored 22 points.

Williams blamed himself before the game. In 2021–22, he was the NBA Coach Player of the Year in Phoenix.

But the fact that the Pistons have one one of the youngest rosters in the league (just under 25 years old) might be a bigger problem.

A lot of the time they foul and turn the ball over, and they haven’t been able to fix these problems. In the middle of the third quarter, the Pistons were only down two points, but the Nets scored seven straight points to take back the lead.

Cam Johnson, a forward for the Nets, and Bridges both played to Williams in Phoenix. Johnson thinks that Williams can make his new team a winner.

“After the game, I told a number of the young guys on the team that you have to lose before you can win, that you have to fall before you can crawl, and you have to walk before you can run,” Johnson said.

Detroit got off to a good start, picking up a 6-0 lead. But they lost focus and turned the ball over six times within the first quarter.

The Nets turned those in in 11 points, which was the lead at the end of the quarter, 32-21, with Brooklyn ahead.