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Jonas Jerebko ‘looks terrific,’ Pistons will likely retain restricted free agent

Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:

Witnesses to Detroit RFA Jonas Jerebko working out at Attack Athletics in Chicago say he looks terrific after recovering from Achilles tear.

Teams will likely shy away from offering Jerebko because of Detroit’s determination to match, but he had a strong rookie season 2 years ago.

If Jonas Jerebko is completely healthy, that’s a huge win for Pistons fans. No matter how well the team plays this season, he’ll be a joy to watch.

5 Comments

  • Nov 30, 201112:53 pm
    by rob

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    I think our SF spot will be in fine shape even w/o Singler this year. Assuming they acquire a better big man to start next to Monroe, I see JJ getting half his minutes as backup PF, and the other half as backup SF. We can give Daye 25-30 min/gm as the starting SF and see if he’s got it what it takes to be a starter, and if not, we can always go to Jonas to start at SF. He played like a seasoned vet for us at SF as a rookie. I feel good about him as our starting SF if Daye proves he cant handle it. 

  • Nov 30, 20111:34 pm
    by mcfadden

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    I think there is no doubt that Jonas will start. What happens with trades/free agency will decide if he is our starting SF or PF though.
     

  • Nov 30, 20117:57 pm
    by Fennis

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    Remember that Jonas spent most of the time at the 4, supplanting an incredulous Charlie V. If we don’t get Haywood (who I’m sure will join the ring chasing contingent of free agents), I have my money on JJ starting at the 4. I prefer him off the bench, but I’m convinced Joe D doesn’t have a good option for PF at this point.

  • Nov 30, 201110:37 pm
    by Stuck

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    Please unload or amnesty Charlie.  Please.  Jerebko is a STUD

  • Dec 1, 20118:49 am
    by jack

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    Here is my prediction for what the some Pistons players will average this year.
    Stuckey: 25.3 pts, 9.2 asists, 3.3 rebounds, 1.1 steals, .5 blks .48% shooting, .890% free throw
    Monroe: 21 pts, 11.5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1.9 steals, 1.5 blks, .630 shooting, .820 free throw
    Jerebko: 14 pts, 9 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 2.2 steals, .9 blks, .531 shooting, .790 free throw
    Daye: 12 pts, 5 rebounds, 2.2 assists, .9 steals, 1 blks, .450 shooting, .430 3 pt %, .800 free throw
    Kgight: 15.5 pts, 4 rebounds, 6 assists, .9 steals, .5 blks, .444 shooting, .401 3 pt shooting, .900 free throw
    HAHAHA, okay so maybe I am dreaming.  Any body else has predictions for starting lineups and stats.
     

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