Despite the Detroit Pistons, led by Head Coach Monty Williams, facing a challenging streak of 11 consecutive losses, Williams remains undeterred.
He refrains from asserting that a pattern of defeat is ingrained in his team, emphasizing his role in guiding players to break longstanding habits.
In a post-game interview following the Raptors match, Williams conveyed, “I can’t say that. My job is to teach and help guys break habits that they’ve had for a while. I can’t speak to what’s happened in the past, but when you see it, you call it out and help guys grow”
Williams continued, “The habits are something we’ve talked about since the summertime and we’ll continue to talk about it until it changes.”
With upcoming matchups against the reigning champions, the Denver Nuggets, followed by contests against the Indiana Pacers and a subsequent battle with the Washington Wizards, the Pistons face a demanding schedule.
Despite the setbacks, Williams remains resolute, viewing the season as a marathon and refusing to entertain the notion of surrender at this juncture.