Mack Hall and the Detroit Pistons are in a great spot when it comes to mobile.
Mack Hall was on the floor Monday, the Pistons announced.
He scored a career-high 28 points, and the Pistons were able to run the ball on their third possession of the second quarter.
That’s good news for the Pistons.
It also gives the Pistons a great mobile product, according to one analyst.
“When you get a player who’s so versatile in his game, that’s a big benefit,” said analyst Kevin Pelton.
“He’s a great scorer and can also help you defensively.
And, of course, he’s mobile.”
Mack Hall averaged just 3.3 points per game during his four seasons with the Orlando Magic, but he averaged 18.3 minutes per game over his four-year NBA career.
He’s been on the court for the best part of three months, but the Pistons have been slow to bring him back into the fold.
Detroit was unable to secure the services of former point guard Darren Collison, who was signed by the Lakers last summer.
Collison is still with the Lakers, and he signed with the Knicks.
The Pistons are expected to bring back Collison’s services, as he was scheduled to become a free agent this summer.
If Collison was to re-sign with the Pistons, it would likely not be a one-year deal.
But if the Pistons sign Collison and get him back, it could be worth the risk of a trade.
The team’s decision to release Collison could open up a roster spot.