Pistons’ stock market: Who is trending after an up and down week?

Head coach Dwane Casey of the Detroit Pistons (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)
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Detroit Pistons, Isaiah Stewart
Isaiah Stewart #28 of the Detroit Pistons (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images) /

Detroit Pistons: Isaiah Stewart had his best week of the season

Few players in the entire NBA had a better week than Beef Stew, who has rapidly become the most popular Piston in a LONG time.

Stewart has had back-to-back monster games and is now leading all rookies in rebounds, blocked shots and field goal percentage.

He’s doing it while playing inspired defense and extending the range on his jumper. Over his last ten games, he’s averaged 8.9 points, 8.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game while shooting nearly 58 percent from the floor.

Isaiah Stewart should be the starting center on the All-Rookie team this season.

Detroit Pistons: Josh Jackson cleaning up his mistakes

Josh Jackson has been a somewhat nice story this season, though some Pistons’ fans have gone WAY too far with this sentiment, as he is still a poor shooter who turns the ball over way too much.

Jackson has been much better in both areas over the last ten games, shooting 52.8 percent from long range and lowering his turnovers.

Jackson did have five turnovers against the Wizards, which totally threw off the gains he had made in that area, but other than last night he’s been much better at taking care of the ball.

He can already play defense and is a solid scorer around the rim, so if he can clean up these other areas, the Pistons will have a player.

Detroit Pistons: Frank Jackson continues to shine

Frank Jackson has been one of the most underrated members of the Detroit Pistons this season, especially in the second half where he has distanced himself from the other backup shooting guards.

He continues to be instant offense off the bench, scoring 19 again last night and is doing it while shooting over 40 percent from long range on the season.

Jackson is averaging double digits over his last ten games off the bench and looks like a guy who will get a shot to make next year’s team as the backup shooting guard.

Now let’s take a look at the players who are headed in the other direction for the Detroit Pistons.