MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
The Pistons are still thanking the heavens and six other teams for passing on Greg Monroe during the 2010 draft. Monroe and DeMarcus Cousins would probably be the top two picks if that same group was thrown back into the draft pool. Monroe finished in the top five this season among Eastern Conference centers in scoring, rebounding, field-goal percentage, assists, steals and double-doubles.
MOST DISAPPOINTING PLAYER
Austin Daye displayed a smooth stroke during his first two seasons and seemed to be the heir apparent to Tayshaun Prince at small forward. But when the club re-signed Prince, Daye had trouble getting over his disappointment. Once the season began, he lost confidence in his jumper and never regained it. He shot a woeful 32.2 percent from the field and 21 percent on 3-point attempts and lost his rotation spot to journeyman Damien Wilkins.
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