Jon Leuer

#30 PF / Detroit Pistons / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-10 Weight: 228 lb Age: 29 College: Wisconsin

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Cleared to play Monday

    Jon Leuer (knee) is available to play Monday against the Spurs, Keith Langlois of the Detroit Pistons' official site reports.As expected, Leuer is good to go for Monday's contest after entering the day with a probable tag. He's averaging just 2.7 points and 5.3 rebounds over his last three games, so there are likely better streaming options available.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Probable Monday

    Jon Leuer is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Spurs due to a right knee soreness.Leuer evidently is feeling some soreness coming off Saturday's game against Utah, although he's expected to take the court for Detroit's upcoming contest. Assuming he's cleared to play, Leuer won't be an enticing play for fantasy owners, scoring just two points over his previous two matchups.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Starting Monday

    Jon Leuer is starting Monday's game against Philadelphia, Dwain Price of the Mavericks' official site reports.Leuer will start in place of Blake Griffin, who won't play Monday while resting. With Griffin out, Leuer can expect to see heavy minutes Monday, but it's unlikely the big man will hold much value going forward as Griffin's expected to return for Wednesday's game against the Hornets.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Plays four minutes in Friday's win

    Jon Leuer saw four minutes during Friday's 116-111 overtime win against the Rockets.Leuer committed two fouls and didn't record any other stats in this one. He has appeared in eight of 16 games thus far this season, including seven of nine here in November. With that being said, Leuer has earned double-digit minutes only twice and thus can safely be left on waiver wires.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: To see 'a few minutes' Wednesday

    Jon Leuer (knee) will make his preseason debut Wednesday against the Wizards and see "a few minutes", Keith Langlois of the Detroit Pistons' official site reports.Leuer has been recovering from right knee surgery, and Wednesday will mark his first game action since Oct. 31 last year. Once the regular season arrives, he'll be competing for reserve frontcourt minutes with Henry Ellenson and Zaza Pachulia.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Out Monday vs. Nets

    Jon Leuer (knee) has been ruled out for Monday's preseason matchup with the Nets, Detroit Pistons radio play-by-play announcer Mark Champion reports.Leuer has missed all of training camp and the preseason thus far with a knee injury, but was able to participate in 5-on-5 work for the first time Sunday. Considering he's just getting reintegrated in scrimmages and full-contact, it's not a huge surprise that Leuer will miss at least one more contest. The Pistons close out the exhibition slate with matchup against the Wizards on Wednesday and the Cavaliers on Friday, so there's still a chance Leuer is able to get on the court at some point prior to the regular-season opener Oct. 17 against the Nets.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Upgraded to 5-on-5 work

    Jon Leuer (knee) took part in some 5-on-5 work Sunday, Keith Langlois of Detroit reports.Leuer had surgery on his knee at the start of August and has been limited throughout training camp and the preseason thus far. However, he made a significant jump in his progress with his return to 5-on-5 work Sunday, which now gives him the potential to be cleared for the start of the regular season. Still, considering the lengthy absence, Leuer could be brought along slowly over the next few weeks, so continue to keep an eye on his participation in practice. Once cleared, Leuer should have a regular role in the rotation with the second unit.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Will be limited to start camp

    Jon Leuer (knee) will be limited to open training camp, Rod Beard of the Detroit News reports.Leuer underwent surgery on his right knee back in early August, and while the procedure was considered minor, he's still working through the latter phases of his recovery. The hope is that the Wisconsin product will be at full strength by the regular season opener, but at Monday's media day, Detroit Pistons senior adviser Ed Stefanski confirmed that Leuer is not yet in basketball shape and will use training camp and the preseason to work his way back. "Everything is progressing well in the rehab," Leuer said. "My goal is to be back before the first game, hopefully, the last preseason game."

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Expected back for season opener

    The Detroit Pistons anticipate that Jon Leuer (knee) will be ready to play by the start of the regular season, Vincent Ellis of the Detroit Free Press reports.Leuer underwent surgery Aug. 9 to address a right knee injury, which he sustained during a recent workout. The procedure was apparently more of the clean-up variety rather than reconstructive in nature, so a lengthy recovery timetable doesn't look to be on tap for the 29-year-old. Ellis relays that the Pistons are cautiously optimistic that Leuer will be able to practice when training camp opens, though it seems likely that he'll face limitations on some level if he's deemed ready to go by then. In any case, Leuer doesn't look to be at much risk of missing the games that count, putting him in line to open the season with a regular role on the Pistons' second unit.

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    Pistons' Jon Leuer: Undergoes meniscus procedure

    Jon Leuer underwent a procedure Thursday to repair a right medial meniscus injury, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports.This is the first we've heard of any knee issues for Leuer, who lost nearly all of last year to an ankle injury that ultimately required season-ending surgery in January. It's still too early in the process for a firm recovery timetable, but it seems likely that Leuer will be limited when camp opens next month. Two seasons ago, Leuer appeared in 75 games for Detroit, averaging 10.2 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.

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