Pistons are falling fast to the bottom of the league. They now have the fourth worst record out of 30 teams after suffering their sixth straight loss last night in a 97-to-91 defeat at Toronto.
The lowly Raptors won their fourth in-a-row to improve to 8-and-19 while Detroit dipped to 7-and-21. The Pistons got a career-high 35 points and 10 rebounds from Greg Monroe The Pistons are 2-and-13 on the road and remain clue-less on how to close out games as they slid to 0-and-17 when trailing after three quarters. Tomorrow night, Detroit plays the Washington Wizards at the Palace.