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2015-2016 Detroit Pistons Roster Review

A review of each major player on the 2015-2016 Pistons.

Already an All-Star, Drummond can still get better

In just his fourth year, the ninth pick in the 2012 draft led the NBA in rebounding and led the Pistons back to the playoffs.

Reggie Jackson proves doubters wrong in Year 1

In his first full season as the starting point guard, Reggie Jackson made some strides as a player. People questioned the contract he was given, but he did his best justifying it.

Stand up for the Pope

An examination into the 2015-2016 season of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Tobias Harris provides All-Star potential

The Pistons were 17-11 after the Tobias Harris trade at the deadline. They have this young forward locked up on a team-friendly contract for the next three years.

Marcus Morris defines the city of Detroit

Marcus Morris' transition to Detroit in the summer of 2015 was an afterthought around the league. Now that he's finally been given a chance, he could leave his footprint on the team -- and city.

Johnson's rookie year showed toughness, confidence

The 19-year-old rookie's productivity wasn't always there, but he provided plenty of reasons for optimism.

Aron Baynes Season Review

Big man did as big man does, and was paid well for it.

We saw The Tolliverse shrink; will he be back?

The very definition of a role player and by all accounts a great teammate, Tolliver may get squeezed out this summer by higher, more long-term priorities.

2nd round pick Darrun Hilliard earned his keep

He had inconsistent minutes throughout the season. Expecting a lot out of a 2nd round pick is setting yourself up for disappointment. Darrun Hilliard had a solid season for a rarely used rookie.

Bullock is a bargain who finished on an upswing

After a promising preseason performance that secured his spot on the roster, Bullock contributed almost nothing until an unfortunate injury to one of his teammates gave him another chance to shine.

Spencer Dinwiddie is running out of chances

If you’re a point guard who makes 17 percent of his three point shots for Stan Van Gundy, you’re going to have a bad time.

Steve Blake gave the Pistons more than expected

You want excellence, you need to at least tread water. For the most part, Steve Blake gave the Pistons more than expected.