Detroit Pistons break All-Time record in season-ending loss to Bucks

Well, this is not a record worth holding

It was over before it even began.

On Monday, the Detroit Pistons fell to the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

With the loss, the Pistons broke the NBA all-time record for most consecutive playoff losses with 14. They had tied the record (with the New York Knicks) after dropping Game 3 at Little Caesars Arena.

The loss also eliminates the Pistons from the NBA Playoffs and they will now begin focussing on who they will select in the 2019 NBA Draft.

Sure would have been nice to have a shot at a lottery pick, but hey, at least we got to see four sorry excuses for a playoff game.

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