It didn’t seem like the 2019-20 season could get much worse for the Detroit Pistons.
They weren’t winning, they traded most of their good players and were mired in the misery of a full tank.
Then things got worse, for everyone.
The NBA announced the season would be suspended, with the most optimistic hoping for a June return, but preparing for the worst, the cancellation of the season.
Without the benefit of a crystal ball, it is unclear how the hiatus or potential cancellation will affect things like the draft, free agency or the salary cap.