Tom Kors promises changes amid Detroit Pistons historic losing streak

The Detroit Pistons, who are 2-26 overall, have major issues to fix.

Tom Kors promises to find them.

The founder of Platinum Equity and owner of the Pistons since 2011, held a conference call with local media Friday night as the team is in the midst of a historic 25-game losing streak. The Pistons have fallen short of preseason expectations. Kors, Troy Weaver and the coaching staff all expected significant improvement after winning an NBA-low 17 games last season.

No firing to report. Monty Williams' job is safe, as is Weaver's. But Kors promised big changes. While he didn't dive into specifics Friday, based on conversations with decision makers at the organization, it's safe to say the front office will be very active in the trade market in the coming weeks and months and will prioritize addressing. Additions of veteran talent complement roster deficiencies and young core.

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