Pistons Sign Jon Leuer

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JULY 8: The Pistons have officially signed Leuer, the team announced today in a press release.

JULY 2: The Pistons and unrestricted free agent Jon Leuer have reached an agreement on a contract that will land the forward in Detroit, his agents at Priority Sports tweeted. It will be a four-year deal worth $42MM, Marc Stein of ESPN.com relays (ESPN Now link). The contract is fully guaranteed, adds Michael Scotto of Sheridan Hoops (on Twitter).

Detroit has been on the market for a stretch-four and Leuer, who has shot 37.5% from beyond the arc over the course of his five-year career, can certainly help to that end. He may not be as newsworthy an addition as Al Horford, whom the team was reportedly courting, but landing Leuer on a deal with an average annual salary of $10.5MM in the current free agent market is a nice fallback for the boys from Motown.

Leuer made 67 appearances for the Suns this past season, averaging 8.5 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 18.1 minutes per outing. He shot .481/.382/.762 on the season.

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3 thoughts on “Pistons Sign Jon Leuer

  1. Z.....

    Great move by SVG. That being said, I’m curious as to how they plan on using certain rotations. They have a lot of versatile options.

  2. This has SVG written all over it. A stretch four is the perfect fit for his system.

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