Brown will start in Monday's Game 4 against the Bucks, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports. Brown started Game 1, but came off the bench for Games 2 and 3. His move back into the starting five will bump Luke Kennard, who started the past two games in his place, back to the bench. Brown is averaging just 13.3 minutes per game this series, and saw just 12 minutes in his lone start of the series.
Brown will come off the bench in Wednesday's Game 2 against the Bucks, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports. With Blake Griffin (knee) out again Wednesday, head coach Dwane Casey is electing to throw more offense into the starting five by replacing Brown with Luke Kennard. Brown played just 12 minutes in Game 1 and will likely play a limited role again in Game 2.
Brown (ankle) will start Friday against the Lakers, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports. Brown was listed as probable, so it's not shocking that he was named in the starting lineup. He's been somewhat lacking in the scoring column of late, averaging a mere 3.0 points over his last five matchups.
Brown is probable for Friday's game against the Lakers due to an ankle injury. Brown has started each of the last two contests for the Pistons, so this designation is likely precautionary. Expect the former second-round pick to play and draw another start Friday evening.
Brown (ankle) is in the starting lineup for Monday's game against Brooklyn, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports. As previously reported, Brown will indeed return to the starting lineup following a one-game absence. His scoring presence has been limited at best, as he's averaging just 3.3 points over his previous seven games despite averaging 21.1 minutes during that stretch.
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