It looked for awhile last night at the Palace that the Pistons would avoid setting a new franchise mark for the worst record to start a season.
Detroit led the Oklahoma City Thunder 73-to-62 at the end of the third quarter. But the Thunder scored the first 13 points of the final period and then held on to beat Detroit 92-to-90.
The Pistons are now 0-and-8, eclipsing the previous early season futility records for the franchise of 0-and-7 set in 1960 and 1982.
Rodney Stuckey led Detroit last night with 19 points Last night’s loss came on the heels of an 0-and-6 road trip and the Pistons will hit the