Wolters scored in double figures for just the second time in five games, and he put up 14 points in 31 minutes, his best total since Feb. 18. He shot 5 of 6 from the field and made two 3-pointers, while adding three rebounds and three assists go go along with two turnovers.
Wolters struggled with his shot early in his rookie season, but has sorted out his issues recently. He shot 44.8 percent in the month of February and is already up to 54.9 percent while averaging 10.8 points per game in six March contests.
Miller played 25 minutes off the bench and scored 14 points, his third game in double figures in the last five. He shot 6 of 10 from the field and made just one 3-pointer, while grabbing just two rebounds and one steal in the win.
Miller remains a role player off the bench for the Grizzlies, so his production is inconsistent much of the time. He has not recorded consecutive double-digit scoring games since Feb. 22, and is averaging just 7.7 points per game in the month of March.
Lee shot the ball well overall, connecting on 7 of 12 from the field, though he did miss three of four from three-point range. He added just one rebound and one steal in his 25 minutes of action, as the Grizzlies won, 109-99.
Lee is still shooting above 50.0 percent from the field in the month of March, but has scored in double figures just twice in six games, while averaging 10.5 points per game.
Leonard scored 16 points and he did so efficiently in a 104-96 win, as he shot 6 of 12 from the field with a pair of 3-pointers made. He also added nine rebounds and one assist, though he turned the ball over three times in 29 minutes as well.
Leonard is playing well since his return, despite playing more than 35 minutes just once in seven games. He is averaging 15.0 points and 6.7 rebounds per game in that span.
Jennings shot a miserable 1 for 10 from the field to finish with five points; his lone make came from three-point range and added a pair of free throws as well. He did add six assists and two rebounds without a turnover, but ended up playing just 28 minutes as the Pistons won 99-89.
Jennings has struggle with his efficiency all season long, but things have been especially grim recently. He is shooting just 32.0 percent from the field over his last 10 games, and is averaging 9.2 points per game in that span.