|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Central Division||98.5 (3rd)||99.5 (5th)|
Fri Mar 27
|W 111 - 97||at ORL|
Sun Mar 29
|L 109 - 102||at MIA|
Tue Mar 31
|W 105 - 95||ATL|
Wed Apr 1
|L 102 - 78||at CHA|
Fri Apr 3
|L 88 - 82||at CHI|
Sat Apr 4
|W 99 - 98||MIA|
Wed Apr 8
|L 113 - 103||BOS|
Fri Apr 10
|L 107 - 103||IND|
Sun Apr 12
|W 116 - 77||CHA|
Mon Apr 13
|L 109 - 97||at CLE|
Wed Apr 15
|W 112 - 90||at NY|
Baynes is working his way back from offseason cleanup surgery on his right ankle, an injury that limited his mobility while he was a member of the Spurs in 2014-15.
With his new team, Baynes is expected to serve as the top backup to Andre Drummond at center, while occasionally seeing run at power forward.
For the time being, Jennings is limited to light shooting, running in the pool, and running on a weight-bearing treadmill, so he won't be a candidate to participate in full practices during training camp.
Though his return timetable remains up in the air, the Pistons are hopeful Jennings can take the court as soon as mid-December, which would be contingent on him participating in drills by mid-October and adding five-on-five activities to his regimen in mid-November.
Jennings mentioned Tuesday that he now weighs in at 195 pounds after eight months of inactivity following the Jan. 24 Achilles surgery, but he expects to return to his playing weight of 170 once he starts working out more vigorously.
The Pistons are expected to lean heavily on Steve Blake as the primary backup to Reggie Jackson before Jennings is ready to return.
Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said that Granger would continue to remain at his home in Phoenix, where he'll take part in rehab work on his own. Van Gundy didn't issue a timeline for the former All-Star's return to camp, but if Granger shows progress quickly in his rehab, he could join the Pistons at any point thereafter.
Jennings is coming off of a torn Achilles in January, and he's expected to miss at least the first month of the season, with the Pistons saying Tuesday that a late-November/early-December return is likely.
Reggie Jackson will open the season as Detroit's starting point guard, but coach Stan Van Gundy hinted last week that Jackson and Jennings could play together in certain lineups.
Prior to going down last season, Jennings averaged 15.4 points, 6.6 assists and 2.5 rebounds while posting a 19.74 PER.
|2014-15 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Greg Monroe , PF||15.9|
|RPG||Andre Drummond , C||13.5|
|APG||Reggie Jackson , PG||6|
|FG%||Andre Drummond , C||51.4|
|FT%||Jodie Meeks , SG||90.6|
|3P%||Caron Butler , SF||37.9|
|BLOCKS||Andre Drummond , C||153|
|STEALS||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope , SG||93|
|MPG||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope , SG||31.5|
|Full Team Statistics|
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