Ennis will be suited up for Sunday's game against the Hawks, Keith Langlois of Pistons.com reports.
Ennis was not ready in time for Friday's loss to the Clippers but the new addition could get some minutes off the bench Sunday. The Pistons may choose to keep Ennis on the bench for the contest, given that he is still probably unfamiliar with his new team.
Ennis, who was acquired from the Grizzlies on Thursday, won't be available for Friday's contest against the Clippers due to travel constraints, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Following his trade to Pistons a day earlier, Ennis was unable to to hop a flight to Detroit as a result of bad weather and will instead meet his new team in Atlanta in advance of the Pistons' game against the Hawks on Sunday. Ennis' exact role with Detroit is up in the air at the moment, but he could take away some minutes from the likes of Langston Galloway, Luke Kennard, Stanley Johnson, Anthony Tolliver and Reggie Bullock.
Ennis is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Clippers, Rod Beard of The Detroit News reports.
Ennis, along with point guard Jameer Nelson, was traded to the Pistons on Thursday, but it's unclear if the wing will be able to immediately make his debut Friday. When Ennis ultimately is cleared, he'll be able to provide Detroit with some much-needed depth on the wing and should compete with Langston Galloway and Luke Kennard for some minutes off the bench.
Ennis will be traded from the Grizzlies to the Pistons in exchange for Brice Johnson and a second-round pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Ennis had played a fairly sizable role in Memphis so far this season with a plethora of injuries derailing the team's regular lineup. With the move to Detroit, Ennis will likely find playing time a bit more hard to come by, as he'll be forced to battle for minutes with the likes of Reggie Bullock, Like Kennard, Langston Galloway and Stanley Johnson. Of course, the Pistons could potentially move one or two of those guys, so it could be a situation to keep an eye on. Either way, Ennis should merely be additional depth on the wing and his move to Detroit doesn't make him someone to immediately grab in season-long leagues.
Ennis played 15 minutes off the bench in Thursday's loss to the Pistons, finishing with five points 92-4 FG, 1-1 3PT), three rebounds, two assists, a steal and a block.
Ennis made his return to action after missing the previous seven games with a calf injury. The Long Beach State product played his lowest minutes total in more than a month, though that was likely due in large part to the long layoff. Considering he was averaging around 26 minutes per game prior to the calf injury, Ennis could return to an expanded role in the coming weeks.
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