Coach Lawrence Frank is trying to get the Detroit Pistons to be more unselfish.
Getting their first win of the season would certainly make that a lot easier.
The Pistons look to break into the win column for the first time with their sixth consecutive victory over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night.
Detroit (0-4) remained one of only two winless teams in the NBA after falling 109-97 at Denver on Tuesday.
"All the best teams are," Frank said of being unselfish. "Look, who's the most coachable player on the Spurs? Tim Duncan. Who's the most coachable player on the Celtics? Kevin Garnett. Who's the most coachable player in Oklahoma City? Kevin Durant. Who's most coachable player of the Miami Heat? LeBron James. This is not calculus. This is not trying to figure out the next Pythagorean theorem.
"This is easy: Your players have to unite and inspire by how they play. It's that simple."
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