The Pistons’ Streak of Futility: Celtics Overcome 19-Point Deficit to Match Record-Setting Defeat

Pistons Set All-Time Loss Record

The Detroit Pistons went into overtime against the Boston Celtics this weekend, but it was the Celtics who came away with the heart-breaking win, 101-94. Despite leading by 19 points at the half, the Pistons were unable to keep the momentum going and consequently tied the all-time consecutive loss record of 20.

Pistons Unlucky to Set Record

The Pistons were unfortunate to set the record as they showed great potential and resilience throughout the game against a strong Celtics side. Strong performances by both Blake Griffin and Derrick Rose kept the Pistons in the competition until the very end, and Griffin gave a particularly outstanding performance with 31 points, 5 assists and 10 rebounds. Despite this, with the Celtics hitting critical scores in the last minutes, the Pistons unexpectedly found themselves on the losing end of a thrilling contest.

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