Whatever rotations Lawrence Frank decides on, he will need to include more Andre Drummond to make a playoff push.
Despite ranking 11th in John Hollinger's Player Efficiency Rating (PER), ahead of superstars like Blake Griffin, Tony Parker and James Harden, Drummond is only on court for just shy of 20 minutes a game.
He only gets the seventh most minutes on his own team, yet he still leads the team and ranks 15th in the league in blocks.
This guy is a dominating presence in the paint, and he is continuously developing into more of a threat offensively. His seems to be improving on his Achilles heel, and his free-throw shooting.
Drummond connected on 6-of-8 free-throws to foil the Celtics' attempt to use a "Hack-a-Drummond" strategy in the Pistons' 103-88 win last week.
Granted Drummond is only a rookie, but he has shown superstar potential in his limited action this season, and the Pistons need to turn him loose.