Leuer will start Monday's game against the Cavaliers in place of Blake Griffin (rest), Keith Langlois of Pistons.com reports. Leuer hasn't played a second in any of the last three games, and he wasn't even active for a matchup with the Lakers on Friday, but he'll move into the lineup alongside Andre Drummond up front. The Wisconsin product has appeared in only five games since the start of February.
Leuer is inactive for Friday's game against the Lakers, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports. Leuer has played in just two of Detroit's previous nine games, so it's unsurprising that he's listed as inactive.
Leuer (knee) appears to have returned to health after he was left off the injury report prior to Friday's game against Chicago. Leuer hasn't taken the court since Feb. 23, but he's no longer on the injury report, which is a good sign. Given his role in the rotation, he may not see much playing time even after getting the green light.
Leuer is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Timberwolves due to a right knee injury. Leuer is dealing with some fluid build-up in his knee, and the Pistons will wait until closer to game-time to see if the situation improves. Either way, Leuer hasn't been a regular part of the rotation, and he can be ignored for fantasy purposes.
Leuer won't be active for Monday's game against Washington, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports. Not too many fantasy ramifications here, but it looks as though the Pistons' moves at the deadline won't do much to help Leuer, who's been on the outside looking in for most of the year. Down the stretch, Detroit will continue to lean heavily on Andre Drummond and Blake Griffin, and it looks as though Thon Maker could have the edge over Leuer off the bench. Glenn Robinson III will also be inactive Monday.
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