2:01 AM EDT, Thu May 28, 2015
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2014-15 Pistons player reviews: Jonas Jerebko

Jerebko's tenure with the Pistons came to an end this season - but first, it went down a familiar route. Jonas Jerebko's career arch with the Detroit Pistons was a weird one. He consistently improved over his six-year run with the team, going from an energy player to a skilled, versatile forward. He overcame challenges such as a ruptured achilles and convoluted depth charts. Yet Jerebko's minutes dropped each season. After emerging as a fan and coach favorite as a rookie, starting 73 games and playing 2,232 minutes, he would eventually fall increasingly out of favor with each of his...
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Claimed off waivers to shore up a thin group on the wings, Williams never looked at home in Detroit. When Stan Van Gundy traded for Reggie Jackson and Tayshaun Prince at the trade deadline, he essentially sent out all of his depth at small forward in the moves. Kyle Singler, Jonas Jerebko, and Luigi Datome all left Detroit, leaving only Caron Butler and Prince to fill the position. And Prince did not seem interested in being back in Detroit, instead expecting a buy out. That meant Van Gundy also needed to do some dumpster diving. He came up with Shawne Williams, recently waived after a...

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