March 5, 2016, 8:52 pm
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Reggie Jackson and Marcus Morris combined to hit 8-of-37 shots from the field in Saturday’s loss to the Knicks.
Andre Drummond went for 21 and 16 with a steal and Tobias Harris dropped 18 and eight and that’s where the good news ended for the Pistons tonight. Morris scored five points with one rebound and one assist, but owners should hang on because he was previously playing well and he projects as a late-round value while Stanley Johnson is out. Caldwell-Pope has been struggling since the All Star break but has a late-round split over his last two weeks. As a top 80-90 player on the season and a groin injury to help explain some of those struggles, owners should be willing to hang on for a little bit longer in 12-team formats.