Drummond scored 11 points (4-7 FG, 3-10 FT) with 14 rebounds across 29 minutes in Wednesday's 105-102 loss to the Raptors.
On one hand Drummond knotched his 10th straight game with at least 10 rebounds, but on the other his overall production this season continues to slowly fizzle out along with the Pistons chances for a playoff spot. Detroit has won just two of their last 12 games, and the mammoth center has averaged just 8.8 points on 49 percent from the field and a truly dreadful 24.5 percent from the free throw line during that streak.
Drummond recorded seven points (3-6 FG, 1-4 FT), 13 rebounds, two assists, two blocked shots and two steals over 31 minutes in Friday's 108-105 overtime loss to the Bucks.
While the 6-11 Drummond could practically grab 13 boards in his sleep, his downward trend in scoring has to be distressing to owners, as he's scored in double-digits only three times over the past 10 games. He's certainly in no danger of losing his starting role, but his utilization in the offense could be a sign that the Pistons have seen all they need to see from Drummond, and that he may no longer be worth the five-year $127 million contract they offered him in the offseason. With the playoffs out of reach, the Pistons will surely be making some changes in 2017, and one has to wonder if Drummond will end up being one of them. Start him with caution, although his rebound output makes him a worthwhile play in roto formats.
Drummond was limited to two points (0-1 FG, 2-4 FT), 11 rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks across 29 minutes in a 90-89 win over the Nets on Thursday.
It's only the third time all season that Drummond made more free-throw attempts that shots from the field, and while the one shot is an abnormally low total given how many minutes he received, it's a reflection of his downsized role in the Pistons attack these days. Drummond has hit double figures in the scoring column in just seven of his last 10 games while the Pistons have slid down the Eastern Conference standings, calling into question whether he's truly the franchise center the team envisioned when they inked him to a five-year, $127.7 million contract last summer.
Drummond posted 10 points (5-7 FG, 0-4 FT) with 15 rebounds and three assists across 25 minutes in a 109-95 loss to the Knicks on Monday.
Drummond has failed to record over 30 minutes of action in any of his last three games as Coach Stan Van Gundy has elected to deploy a much deeper bench to try to find an answer for the Pistons recent struggles. Somewhat surprisingly, the lack of minutes hasn't taken a toll on Drummond's rebounding numbers-- he's averaging 15.3 rebounds over the last three contests and managed to secure his 48th double-double of the season Monday.
Drummond scored 13 points (6-12 FG, 1-3 FT) while adding 17 rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal in 31 minutes during Tuesday's 98-96 loss to the Nets.
It's his second straight double-double and 47th of the season. Drummond has become one of the most consistent fantasy assets in the league during his career, and for the fourth straight season is on pace to average more than 13 points, 13 points and 2.5 combined blocks and steals while shooting better than 50 percent from the floor -- and, of course, less than 50 percent from the free throw line.
|Last 7 Games|
|Complete Game Log|
| 16 || 17 || 18 || 19 || 20 || 21 || 22
| 23 || 24 || 25 || 26 || 27 || 28 || 29
|Career Shooting Stats|
|More Postseason Stats|
|College Career Shooting Stats|
|More College Stats|