|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Central Division||101.3 (5th)||102.5 (2nd)|
Buycks' contract with the Pistons for the upcoming 2017-18 season is two-way, Jake Chapman of the Pistons Radio Network reports.
As with all two-way deals, Buycks will spend the majority of the season in the G-League, but can be at the NBA level for as many as 45 days. He most recently took part in the Orlando Summer League with the Mavericks, posting 17.8 points, 4.2 assists, 2.8 steals and 2.3 boards across 31.2 minutes.
Jackson is expected to be at full strength when training camp begins, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Jackson has been working back from the left knee tendinitis that plagued him for much of last season, and after an examination by a team doctor last week, the point guard has been cleared to increase his basketball activity. "All good with the doctors and ramping up his basketball work," coach Stan Van Gundy wrote via text message. "He'll be ready." Jackson is expected to begin working out with teammates at the Pistons' facility this week, and while he won't face any medical restrictions, the team will handle him with caution once camp gets underway. Van Gundy remarked earlier in the month that he plans to limit Jackson to only one practice on days when the team works out twice. This is all in an effort to keep the 27-year-old as fresh as possible as the Pistons look to bounce back from a disappointing, 37-win 2016-17 campaign. Jackson appeared in only 52 games and converted 41.9 percent of his field goal attempts, both his lowest marks since his rookie year.
|2016-17 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Tobias Harris , SF||16.1|
|RPG||Andre Drummond , C||13.8|
|APG||Ish Smith , PG||5.2|
|FG%||Andre Drummond , C||53|
|FT%||Tobias Harris , SF||84.1|
|3P%||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope , SG||35|
|BLOCKS||Andre Drummond , C||89|
|STEALS||Andre Drummond , C||124|
|MPG||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope , SG||33.3|
|Full Team Statistics|