If you weren't a Detroit Pistons fan, Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers was a laugher. If you were a Pistons fan, it was one of the more painful games in an already painful season for your team, which fell to 11-25 after an embarrassing 97-68 loss at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
On a night where six players had double figures of scoring for Philadelphia and the away team dished out 26 assists, the Pistons looked absolutely lost the entire game. Greg Monroe with 20 points and Rodney Stuckey weren't terrible, but they had absolutely no support from the rest of the squad and Philadelphia's defense solved any problems that the Pistons tried to create.
Not much to say for the Pistons except that they need to dust themselves off quickly and try to forget about that one going into a game against the Charlotte Bobcats on Wednesday. Considering the Bobcats are the worst team in the league, they'll be a fine candidate for helping the Pistons forget about Tuesday's awful display.