The Utah Jazz’s top two scorers will not be able to play tonight against the Detroit Pistons.

The Utah Jazz’s top two scorers will not be able to play tonight against the Detroit Pistons.

The Detroit Pistons come into Little Caesars Arena with a franchise-record 24-game losing run.

The Utah Jazz, who are visiting, could be the best chance in the next few games to end their losing streak before the Pistons reach the NBA record of 28 straight losses.

Eight Jazz players are out with injuries, and one more is uncertain. Lauri Markkanen (23.3 points) or Jordan Clarkson (16.8 points), their top two scorers, will not be able to play.

While Markkanen remains out to give his hurt left hamstring a break, Clarkson is out with a strained right hamstring. Chalen Horton-Tucker (11.4 points) and Keyonte George (10.9 points) are also out.

On Thursday night, the Detroit Pistons may have had their best chance to get a win for the first time since October. As they have done in every game for the past two months, you lost again. This was their 25th straight loss.

The Pistons lost to the Utah Jazz 119–111 at Little Caesars Arena, even though most of their starting group wasn’t there. The Pistons have now lost 25 games in a row, just one more than the NBA’s all-time record for most losses in a single season.

Since Oct. 28, after they beat the Bulls of Chicago within their third game of the season, the Pistons haven’t taken a game. In the initial three matches of the season, they won two of them.

But that was almost two months ago. There wasn’t even a college basketball season yet when the Pistons last won. The World Game was still going on.

Thursday night, Lauri Markkanen, Jordan Clarkson, Keyonte George, or Talen Horton-Tucker were all out for different reasons, which made the Jazz very short on players. BetMGM had the Pistons as an odds-on 2.5-point favorite a few hours before the game.

In Wednesday night’s game, the Jazz lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers 124–116. In Detroit, they blew ahead in the last few minutes to earn an eight-point win. Collin Sexton scored 19 points and Kelly Olynyk scored 25 for Utah.

The Jazz had a two-point lead going into the fourth quarter. The Pistons missed the first of their five attempts from beyond the arc to start the fourth quarter, and they didn’t score for almost two minutes in the last three minutes about the game.

The Pistons turned the ball over 20 times, while Utah had 12. The Pistons also had three more rebounds than Utah.

It was Cade Cunningham who led the team via 28 points, 10 boards, and 7 assists. Ivey scored 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds.

The Pistons need one more loss to tie the NBA record of 26 straight losses in a single season.

They also need three more losses to tie the previous record in 28 straight losses, and this was set by the Philadelphia 76ers over two seasons.

Detroit’s 25-game losing streak was longer than the biggest losing streak in MLB, NHL, and NFL after the merger.

Their game against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday at the Barclays Center gives them a chance to tie the league record.

The all-time record could be theirs when they play the Toronto Raptors at home on December 30.

That is, if they lose their second game against the Nets on December 26 and their game against the Celtics, which is taking place in Boston on December 28.

That’s how many straight losses the Detroit Pistons had before the Utah Jazz came to town. The NBA’s all-time record is eight games, so this is a shameful run.

Most players would probably feel bad about the slide, unless they could break it and become famous.

Before the game, Hardy said, “I don’t think there’s any need for me or our staff to talk too much about the losing streak.”

“That has been talked extensively on social media and in the news.” I’m sure our guys know that. A lot of numerous things are being said about this game to particular.

Kelly Olynyk led the Jazz alongside 27 points, making 10 of 16 shots. It was the most points this season for the former Piston. Ochai Agbaji, a second-year wing, scored 18 points.

But it wasn’t an easy win. Detroit looked like they could win the game with 3:27 left in the game. The Jazz only had a two-point lead.

But after that, everything changed. The Jazz worked on their attack, got good looks, and most importantly, made play-offs to get extra shots.

The most important moment was when point guard Kris Dunn plunged into the paint to get an offensive rebound and raised his hand above the Pistons’ big men.

He passed the ball to Olynyk behind him, who made the most important basket of the game. The play was a great example of how the Jazz had been trying to play as a team.

Since guards Talen Horton-Tucker or Keyonte George were out with injuries, Dunn, who isn’t usually part of the Jazz’s healthy rotation, was put in the starting lineup. He scored 13 points, passed the ball 10 times, and only turned the ball over once.