|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Central Division||102.0 (3rd)||101.4 (3rd)|
Fri Apr 1
|L 98 - 89||DAL|
Sat Apr 2
|W 94 - 90||at CHI|
Tue Apr 5
|L 107 - 89||at MIA|
Wed Apr 6
|W 108 - 104||at ORL|
Fri Apr 8
|W 112 - 99||WAS|
Tue Apr 12
|L 99 - 93||MIA|
Wed Apr 13
|W 112 - 110||at CLE|
Sun Apr 17
|L 106 - 101||at CLE|
Wed Apr 20
|L 107 - 90||at CLE|
Fri Apr 22
|L 101 - 91||CLE|
Sun Apr 24
|L 100 - 98||CLE|
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope said he will take a month off of offseason training to heal a core muscle strain that he suffered back in February, MLive.com's David Mayo reports.
Caldwell-Pope missed a few games shortly before the All-Star break with a right groin strain, so it seems likely that is what's still bothering the shooting guard. The 23-year-old brought up his numbers across the board in every category except three-point productivity this past season, averaging 14.5 points on 42 percent shooting from the field to go with 3.7 rebounds, 1.8 assists, and 1.4 steals across 36.7 minutes in his 76 appearances. He'll look to parlay that performance into a long-term contract extension with the Detroit Pistons before the 2016-17 season begins.
Harris had his best game of the postseason in Game 4, but it wasn't enough to help the Pistons avoid the sweep. This was Harris' first playoff series, and he averaged 14.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, and three assists in 39 minutes. He'll return to the Pistons next season and could see his role expand alongside Marcus Morris and Andre Drummond down low.
Marcus Morris finished with 24 points (9-12 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 3-5 FT) and one rebound in 31 minutes during the Detroit Pistons ' 100-98 loss to the Cavaliers on Sunday.
Morris got into foul trouble with five personals, but still managed to post the team high in points. Besides Tobias Harris and Anthony Tolliver, who combined to shoot nine-for-15 from the field, no other Piston made 50 percent or more of their shot attempts. As a result, Morris and Detroit were swept out of the playoffs by LeBron James and the Cavaliers, who simply had much more postseason experience on the roster. Through his first four career playoff games, Morris averaged 17.8 points (46.8 FG, 38.9 3Pt, 87.0 FT), 3.3 rebounds, and 2.5 assists in 36 minutes per contest.
Reggie Bullock (leg) is inactive for Sunday's Game 4 against the Cavaliers, Keith Langlois of Detroit Pistons .com reports.
Considered doubtful entering Sunday's contest, Bullock will miss a second straight game due to nerve inflammation in his left leg. He logged 10 and 12 minutes in the first two games of the series, but his absence didn't lead to more playing time for Stanley Johnson in Game 3, as four of the Pistons' five starters played 39+ minutes.
Bullock is dealing with a nerve issue in his left leg and is expected to sit out a second consecutive game. With Bullock likely sidelined, Stanley Johnson should pick up the bulk of his minutes. Considering the
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Reggie Jackson , PG||18.8|
|RPG||Andre Drummond , C||14.8|
|APG||Reggie Jackson , PG||6.2|
|FG%||Andre Drummond , C||52.1|
|FT%||Reggie Jackson , PG||86.4|
|3P%||Marcus Morris , PF||36.2|
|BLOCKS||Andre Drummond , C||112|
|STEALS||Andre Drummond , C||119|
|MPG||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope , SG||36.7|
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