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Detroit Pistons: Blakeriffin has been even worse

It’s hard to believe that Blake Griffin could play even worse than he did to start the season but here we are.

After one game against the Lakers where he looked servieable, Griffin has gone back to a guy who looks like he should not be getting minutes.

Griffin is untradable, which is why the Pistons should be playing him less, in shorter bursts and a bit more at center to see if they can inject some life into his legs and trade value.

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Blake Griffin failed to get into double-digits against the Suns, scored only 11 against the Jazz and didn’t play against the Lakers. It’s safe to say this is a low point for his career.

Detroit Pistons: When will Wayne Ellington return?

Wayne Ellington has been another pleasant surprise after starting the season red hot and shooting nearly 50 percent from long-range.

But Ellington had a couple of bad games before going down with an injury that has him listed as day-to-day.

Let’s hope he can get back into the lineup soon, as he was looking like someone the Pistons might be able to trade.

The Detroit Pistons are losing competitively, growing while they increase their odds at a top draft pick, which is all you can ask of a rebuilding team in the early stages of the process.

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