The Detroit Pistons' regular season is becoming worse and worse. After falling to the Washington Wizards 126-107, their terrifying losing run has now reached 14 games. That record of fourteen straight losses was tied—it was first set in 1980 and then again in 1994.
With a combined record of 2-14, the Wizards and Pistons entered the game with the lowest records in the league. Detroit was defeated by Washington, ending a nine-game losing run of their own. With just two regular-season victories, Detroit's defeat set them apart from the other teams in the NBA as the poorest club in the league. With 32 points in 35 minutes, Kyle Kuzma topped all scorers for the Wizards. Despite dishing out eight assists and collecting 12 rebounds, he fell short of a triple-double. For the Wizards, seven different Washington players scored in double figures.