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Detroit Pistons: Should Svi Mykhailiuk be playing more minutes?

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Josh Jackson

After looking like an All-Star at the beginning of the season, Josh Jackson has fallen back to earth since returning from his ankle injury.

Maybe he just needs to get that confidence going again, but his minutes have been atrocious lately.

Jackson was 3-of-12 against Miami in 22 minutes and Dwane Casey seems to be willing to let him play through his shooting woes as long as he plays defense.

Svi Mykhailiuk

While Jackson seems to get more benefit of the doubt, Svi Myhailiuk finds himself glued to the bench every time he has a bad game.

He was only given two minutes of mop-up duty against Miami coming off a bad game, which does not seem like the way to get him going.

Svi hasn’t shot the ball well this season but his minutes have been erratic and he doesn’t currently have a role.

Things are looking up for the Detroit Pistons, who have to love what they’ve seen from their rookies and Jerami Grant so far this season.

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