Max Strus and Darius Garland led the charge, each scoring 22 points, as the Cleveland Cavaliers (11-9) secured a 110-101 victory over the struggling Detroit Pistons (2-18) on Saturday.

The Pistons’ woes continue, enduring their 17th consecutive loss, marking a franchise-record losing streak for a single season and the second-longest in team history.

In a balanced offensive effort, Donovan Mitchell contributed 20 points, and Jarrett Allen posted a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds.

Cade Cunningham led the Pistons with 23 points and 11 assists, showcasing his skills in a challenging season for Detroit.

As the Cavaliers took control in the fourth quarter, Jalen Duren’s missed free throws and Jarrett Allen’s timely tip-in secured the win, highlighting Cleveland’s resilience.