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

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Rising: Cade Cunningham

For those who have been waiting for the big star turn from Cade Cunningham, I have good news for you, it's here.

Cunningham leads the league in 3-point percentage since the All-Star break, an improvement that has opened up other parts of his game. In his last 10 games, Cunningham is averaging 25.4 points, 7.9 assists and 5.1 rebounds while shooting 48.1 percent from the field and 43.8 from 3-point range.

Those are All-NBA numbers, especially when you consider he's lowered his turnovers and is more consistently making star plays. He's finding ways to get buckets when the team needs him, getting to the rim and line more consistently and has improved his defense, though he still needs work on that end.

This is the Cade Cunnigham we've wanted to see and it's been fun to watch. Hopefully, he'll continue to finish the season strong and lead the Pistons to a few more victories to build some momentum for next season, which should be his first as an All-Star if he keeps this up.