This will not be a season that the Detroit Pistons look back on fondly.
They've already tied the NBA record for consecutive losses and things haven't gotten much better since, as the Pistons have managed to win just four games total for an embarrassing 4-37 record.
They went from being the butt of jokes to being pitied by other NBA fans to simply being irrelavent as they march towards the worst record in NBA history.
I hope for their mental health that the players are staying off social media, as it's been one joke after another at their expense. The fan reactions after they finally broke the streak say it all, as even the diehards were getting their shots in.
Most recently it was "Shaqtin' a Fool" the segment on TNT in which Shaquille O' Neal makes fun of the biggest blunders of the week. This week, the Detroit Pistons were featured in two of their most embarrassing moments of the season.
Pistons get clowned for two embarrassing plays on Shaqtin' a Fool
It's been a baffling season for Killian Hayes, who started out playing decently before falling off a cliff.
Killian Hayes kicks off the segment by airballing a five-foot floater that was so bad I can't imagine a random fan pulled from the stands could do worse. Hey Pistons, I'm available and can hit the rim on a five footer all day.
The next lowlight wasn't Killian's fault, but he's had plenty that were, making him a prime candidate for MVP of Shaqtin' a Fool for the season.
In the second moment of clownery, Killian Hayes inbounds the ball to Isaiah Stewart, who had a complete brain meltdown, catching the pass, then running back out of bounds to try to inbound it to Killian again, much to the dismay of the Pistons' bench and coaching staff.
This is the kind of season it has been for the Pistons, as they have not just lost, but done it in ways that boggle the mind. These plays were just the latest embarrassment for a once proud franchise that has turned into the laughing stock of the NBA.
At least they made a highlight reel, even if it one of the worst plays of the week.