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Jazz vs Pistons – Breakdown and Prediction

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Jazz vs Pistons: Detroit looks for their first win in a while

The Detroit Pistons are on a 24-game losing streak hoping to stop the bleeding when they host the Utah Jazz on Thursday night in Little Caesars Arena. The Jazz are not doing so well either losing 6 of the last 10 games.

How good is Utah this season?

The Utah Jazz are in 12th place in the Western Conference with a 10-18 record. They have won only 2 of 15 road games so far in the season. The Jazz have won 3 of the last 5 games and are coming off a 124-116 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers last night. Lauri Markkanen is having a solid season averaging 23.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per game.

Is it finally time for the Pistons?

The Detroit Pistons are the worst team in the NBA at the moment and hope to avoid being the team with the longest losing streak in league history. They are currently on a 24-game losing streak, with only the 2011 Cleveland Cavaliers and the 2014 Philadelphia 76ers having lost more consecutive games (26). The last time the Pistons won was the third game of the season on October 28, when they beat the Chicago Bulls 118-102. Cade Cunningham is the top scorer for the Pistons averaging 22.2 points per game.

Betting Trends

The Jazz are 2-16 straight up in their last 18 games on the road.

What’s up with Mony Williams?

The Pistons signed Monty Williams on a five-year, $78 million contract this summer making him the highest-paid coach in NBA history. Williams was fired by the Suns as he failed to take them to the NBA championship despite having some of the best players in the game on his roster. It was clear that he would start all over with the young Pistons team, but no one could have expected them to be historically bad.

Injury Reports

Omer Yurtseven and Keyonte George are out for the Jazz while Jalen Duren will sit this one for the Pistons.

Prediction and Conclusion

It is very hard to bet on the worst team in the league, but it seems like it is time for the Pistons to end the 24-game losing streak. The Jazz are not a good road team, winning only two of 15 road games this season, and this will be the second of back-to-back games. The Pistons are with their backs against the wall for a while now, and Monty Williams would probably get the best of his players, hoping to avoid becoming the team with the longest losing streak in NBA’s 77-year history.

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