Thursday, February 18, 2016

Updated 2016 Asset Board


RankPlayerPositionHeightWeightAgeValue
1Andre DrummondC6'112802289
Even with talent upgrades, still easily the Pistons' best piece.
2Reggie JacksonPG6'32102575
All-Star snub has been a pleasant surprise beyond the arc.
3Kentavious Caldwell-PopeSG6'52052371
Pistons went 1-3 without him. Defense is a plus and efficiency is improving.
4Tobias HarrisF6'92352369
Will fall second on this list if he ever shoots consistently from the outside.
5Marcus MorrisF6'92352668
New frontcourt additions should ease up his heavy playing time and duties.
6Stanley JohnsonSF6'72451966
Will be a real two-way joy to watch if he improves his shot selection/connection.
7Donatas MotiejunasF/C7'02252565
RFA status and health keep him below Johnson, Morris and Harris for now.
8Aron BaynesF/C6'102602852
Could see lighter minutes if/when Motiejunas plays the five.
9Darrun HilliardG/F6'62152250
9.3 PPG, 1.8 APG on 53.6 FG% and 40.0 3P% in 4 games KCP missed.
10Marcus ThorntonSG6'42052848
Trigger happy guard can hopefully provide punch to suddenly strong 2nd unit.
11Anthony TolliverPF6'82403040
Looking at a reduced role with the addition of Harris and Motiejunas.
12Jodie MeeksSG6'52102830
Health issues have completely submarined his value.
132016 2nd Round Pick43-51---30
A new PG prospect could be the target.
14Steve BlakePG6'31753628
The new backup PG, for better or for worse. Just needs to hit open shots.
15Spencer DinwiddiePG6'62002225
May get another look if Blake struggles, now that Jennings is gone.
16Reggie BullockG/F6'72052415
Fool's gold in the preseason. Break glass in case of severe, severe emergency.

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