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Pistons consider Lions' woes


Pistons consider Lions' woes
AUBURN HILLS -- The Detroit Pistons wanted to start their season a lot stronger.

But as bad as things are, the Pistons need to look no further than the Detroit Lions to see a team that truly is struggling.

The Lions became the first team in NFL history to lose its first 15 games of the season. A loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers would make the Lions the only team in NFL history to go 0-16.

Pistons coach Michael Curry does not spend much time worrying about the Lions' woes or record.

But like most sports fans, he is aware of the team's historically horrible season.

"I've never experienced anything like that," Curry said. "But I know the guys professionally. It hurts. The guys are not giving up their bodies every day and not trying to win.

"Sometimes, when you talk about the margin of error, the difference between winning and losing is so small. Sometimes when you're losing, it compounds. You start on a fall, and it's tough to break that fall."


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: December 30, 2008

 

 
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