Detroit Pistons final month stock watch: 3 rising, 2 plummeting fast

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Falling: Marcus Sasser

Sasser hasn't been the same since returning from injury, which is a shame, as he was putting up solid rookie numbers. He's still shooting 40 percent from 3-point range for the season, but that number has been on the decline lately.

In his last 10 games, Sasser is shooting 37.5 percent from the field and just 29.4 percent from long range.

It's not just that, with no real point guard in the second unit, those duties have fallen on Sasser at times (less since Monty Williams finally looked up the word "stagger") and he is simply not a point guard.

This could just be a rookie wall, or a guy struggling after coming back from injury, but it would be nice to see Sasser get his form back because if he is not hitting shots, he doesn't have much value for the Pistons.