After a loss against the Lakers, the Pistons failed to bounce back this Sunday night. Killian Hayes’ teammates lost against the Kings, who have been in great shape for a few weeks. Made part? The French precisely caused an expulsion, involuntarily. But we can say that it is deserved.
The Pistons’ season is taking a sad turn. With Cade Cunningham out for quite a while, it’s hard to imagine Detroit getting by without him. Even with him, the record was 3 wins for 12 losses, and just got worse after Sunday night’s result. Killian Hayes’ teammates lost 129-137 against the Kings of a super De’Aaron Fox.
Complicated match for Killian Hayes
Will Detroit release the tank? It’s possible, especially if Victor Wembanyama is at the end. Fans can prepare for any scenario, although some are hoping for a burst from Hayes in all this slump. The point guard finished with 9 points and 6 assists against Sacramento. A quieter meeting than usual for him, even if he caused the ejection of the former Laker, Malik Monk.
Malik Monk got ejected for flexing on Killian Hayes pic.twitter.com/e9NCDocgZV
— NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) November 21, 2022
Malik Monk ejected for flexing past Killian Hayes
Yeah, Monk did get kicked out for that buggy on Hayes. The referees actually decided to give him a technical foul for this totally useless and gratuitous gesture. Regarding the second for the former Laker, who therefore knew that he had to be careful, he was ejected for this new sanction. It may sound harsh, but it’s actually totally deserved.
What has to stop?!? Literally shoved the dude, and this was his second tech
— nbaconnoisseur23 (@nbasfavouritedu) November 21, 2022
what should stop? He literally pushed the guy, and that was his second technique
If you don’t think that’s a 2nd tech you dont know basketball
— Randy (@WroyTeaver) November 21, 2022
If you don’t think it’s a second technique, then you don’t know anything about basketball
Second technique deserved for Malik Monk, therefore synonymous with ejection for the Kings player. No need to push an opponent like that, or the NBA would become the UFC’s new playground. Luckily Killian Hayes remained calm at the time…