Less than 24 hours after signing a qualifying offer with the Pistons, forward Greg Monroe has been suspended by the NBA for two games.
The Detroit Pistons announced today that forward Greg Monroe has signed the team’s one-year qualifying offer for the 2014-15 season.
The deal will make Monroe a Piston through the upcoming season and later an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2015.
A restricted free agent, the 24-year-old Monroe had limited options this season if he wanted to part ways with the Pistons.
New Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy has consistently stated that Detroit wants to keep Monroe, and Van Gundy has said he talks to Monroe’s agent, David Falk, on a regular basis.
Detroit Pistons forward Greg Monroe’s traditional style makes him a difficult fit in today’s NBA, Mahoney writes.
“We’re ready,” Van Gundy said later. “We hope it goes our way, but if not, we’ll adjust and move on.”
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If the Detroit Pistons hit a home run in free agency, it will not be because they are swinging for the fences, Stan Van Gundy said Tuesday.
To Van Gundy, the situation as far as the Pistons have control of it has been resolved.