Everyone around the Pistons organization eagerly points out the progress the franchise made this season.
President of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars built the Pistons into a powerhouse during the last decade by signing or acquiring either veterans in their prime or younger players ready to blossom into quality starters.
When second-year center Greg Monroe was going through the draft process in 2010, one of the question marks about him was a supposed lack of competitive fire.
Greg Monroe had 14 points and five assists against Utah Monday, but overall, it was a rough night for the second-year center.
Greg Monroe had his worst offensive night of the season against the Lakers Tuesday, scoring a season-low two points on 1-of-10 shooting.
Greg Monroe capped off the best month of his young career Wednesday by racking up 19 points and his first 20-rebound performance against Charlotte.
Second-year center Greg Monroe didn’t make the All-Star team, but he could become the first Piston to win the NBA’s Most Improved Player award.
Greg Monroe had the second-highest scoring game of his career at Toronto Wednesday, notching 30 points along with 14 rebounds.
Rodney Stuckey scored 25 points and Ben Gordon hit three 3-pointers in the opening 4:09 of the fourth quarter during a game-breaking spree that carried the Detroit Pistons to a 98-88 win over the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night.
The Pistons can count on consistent production from second-year center Greg Monroe.