Stewart posted four points (2-4 FG), four rebounds, one assist, one steal and one block in 16 minutes during the 123-115 overtime loss to Atlanta on Wednesday.
Stewart has been a consistent provider from the secondary unit this season and continued that trend in the loss Wednesday. The center has been a great addition and reserve role. There have not been many games, if any, where he isn't able to help balance Detroit out in the paint. He would be a viable play if he ever gets more time.
Stewart tallied 10 points (4-6 FG, 2-2 FT), 11 rebounds, two assists and a steal across 19 minutes in Saturday's 120-100 win over the Heat.
With the game well in hand, the Pistons decided to give their 2020 first-rounder an extended look, and he did not disappoint. The Washington product turned in his best effort yet as a Piston, finishing with his first double-digit total. Although the center has promise and is sure to be part of Detroit's rebuilding effort, he'll likely remain a second-unit producer.
Stewart scored zero points (0-2 FG) while adding four rebounds, a steal and a block in nine minutes off the bench during Friday's 110-105 overtime win over the Suns.
The 16th overall pick in the 2020 draft has seen the court in seven straight games, but this was the first time Stewart failed to see double-digit minutes, even with Friday's contest going an extra frame. The rookie has shown hints of fantasy upside if he works his way into a larger role, but with Mason Plumlee seeing big minutes, as yet there's little court time left over at center for Stewart.
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