Detroit Pistons Weekly: A Season To Forget

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Apr 16, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant (35) and Detroit Pistons forward Greg Monroe (10) compete for a jump ball during the fourth quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

It can often be hard for fans to come to terms with knowing that they won’t see their favorite team play for months. For Pistons fans this season, they’re probably relieved by the prospect. For the last six months, their team has put them through the mill. Detroit has a roster filled with talented players, yet the results couldn’t be more frustrating. Now that the off season has arrived, it gives the organization the opportunity to retool from top to bottom. If the Pistons are to be successful in the near future, it seems like that’s exactly what they need too.

To finish off the regular season, Detroit had a single game this week. The Pistons traveled to Oklahoma City and the cauldron that is the Chesapeake Arena. There was nothing but pride for the Pistons to play for, but for the Thunder, they needed to win to hang on to the number two seed in the West.

The Pistons went on to finish the week 0-1, and completed their season with a record of 29-53.

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