The Pistons stay racking up injuries. If you’ve lost track, well, join the club, because head coach Dwane Casey knows how you feel. Here’s the Detroit News with an update:

Any potential second-half playoff surge the Pistons could possibly muster this winter is looking more and more unlikely.

The limping Pistons lost season took another blow as Luke Kennard could be out another month because of knee tendinitis, coach Dwane Casey said.

“They said somewhere around All-Star break, I’m not sure,” Casey said of the break, which starts Feb. 12. “We’ve had so many injuries. I get this guy’s injury mixed up with that guy’s injury. Just hope that you have (Kennard) because he’s a big piece if what we’re trying to do.”

Blake Griffin is already out for the season, and guard Reggie Jackson remains out, with no exact return date just yet.

The Pistons are at home tonight, hosting the Pelicans.