Bruce Brown Jr. put up 16 points (7-14 FG, 2-4 3PT) six assists and four rebounds across 37 minutes during the Pistons' 84-96 loss to the Knicks on Sunday.
Brown Jr. was rusty Saturday in his return from a four game absence with a left knee contusion. For Sunday's game against the Knicks, the second-year pro reclaimed his starting spot and saw a team-high 37 minutes while scoring 16 points on 50 percent shooting. He and teammate Christian Wood were the only two Pistons' to make any sort of impact offensively and it could be that way for the rest of the season as head coach Dwane Casey and the Pistons are in the midst of a rebuild. Brown Jr. should continue to see plenty of minutes and will have every opportunity to produce for the remainder of the season.