Greg Monroe PF/C DET 10 Days

Monroe came off the bench again on Sunday in an uninspiring game that resulted in a loss. He closed the night out with 12 points (3-7 FG, 6-9 FT), eight rebounds, two assists, and four turnovers in 24 minutes.

This is now the sixth game the Pistons have played since moving Monroe to the bench and things have not gotten better for the Georgetown product. For the most part he's had a hard time scoring, with his best game coming against Boston's depleted front court. Additionally, the Pistons have lost every game during that span, so don't be surprised if the team doesn't end the year with this as their final rotation.

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Monroe will come off the bench against the Celtics on Wednesday.

Monroe will relinquish his starting spot, opening the door for Kyle Singler to get the nod at small forward. This is already the second time this week coach Stan Van Gundy has used this starting lineup, but it remains unclear whether the switch will be permanent.

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Monroe responded after being moved to a bench role by coach Stan Van Gundy. He finished with 13 points (5-12 FG, 3-7 FT), 10 rebounds, and one block in 31 minutes on Sunday.

Monroe was coming off a pair of forgettable performances that likely provoked his demotion. He still played over 30 minutes and if he continues to have nights like this he won't be at risk for any decline in value. Check before the Pistons take court Tuesday against the Lakers, as this move may not be permanent and Monroe may earn his starting role back.

Greg Monroe PF/C DET 18 Days

Monroe will come off the bench against the Warriors on Sunday, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Monroe will come off the bench for the second time this season, as coach Stan Van Gundy will shuffle the lineup with the Pistons riding a seven-game losing streak. Kyle Singler gets the nod at small forward, pushing Josh Smith to power forward, while Andre Drummond remains at center. Van Gundy has not stated whether the move will be permanent, and that will likely be determined by how well Detroit starts against the Warriors on Sunday.

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Monroe scored 18 points (7-17 FG, 4-5 FT) with 12 rebounds, three assists and a steal in 34 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Suns.

It's his sixth double-double of the season. The Pistons' three-big lineup hasn't done Andre Drummond or Josh Smith any favors so far this season, but Monroe has been thriving.

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Monroe had 16 points (8-13 FG, 0-2 FT) with 11 rebounds in 32 minutes in the Saturday loss to Memphis.

Monroe has been playing well with 16.6 points on 50 percent from the field with 10.0 rebounds in his last five games. The Pistons have only won one of those games, so coach Stan Van Gundy may need to tinker around Monroe.

Greg Monroe PF/C DET 1 Month

Monroe scored 18 points (6-13 FG, 6-7 FT) with nine rebounds, three assists and a block in 33 minutes during Wednesday's loss to the Wizards.

While his front court-mates Josh Smith and Andre Drummond battled foul trouble that limited their court time, Monroe amazingly went the entire game without picking up a single foul. He remains the most reliable big man on the Pistons' roster at the moment.

Greg Monroe PF/C DET 1 Month

Monroe scored 16 points (8-15 FG) with 10 rebounds and two assists in 36 minutes during Monday's loss to the Bulls.

He's now racked up a double-double in four of five games since missing the beginning of the season due to a suspension. In fact, of the Pistons' big three front court players, Monroe's been by far the most consistent so far. Coach Stan Van Gundy may have a hard time taking him out of the starting five if he decides to go back to a smaller lineup.

Greg Monroe PF/C DET 1 Month

Monroe started for the third night in a row and came up with 19 points, 11 rebounds, two assists, and one steal in 32 minutes.

Since returning from suspension Monroe has earned a double-double in all but one game he's played. He's also averaging over 10 minutes in his four outings, which leads to more opportunities for the forward to produce. His inability to block effectively leaves a lot to be desired, but he makes up for it in the steals totals he puts up.

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Monroe finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and three assists in Friday's win over Milwaukee.

The Pistons have rolled out their "big" starting lineup with Monroe at power forward and Josh Smith at the three for the second consecutive game. The team has won both games, so odds are Monroe will continue to get looks as part of the starting five. Monroe will have a tough time keeping up the career-best pace (17.0 points, 12.0 rebounds) he has established through his first three appearances this season, but he'll remain a solid option even after the inevitable regression hits.