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“We wanted to add more size at that spot but not give up athleticism, not give up shooting, and Jon Leuer was really the only guy out there that we thought fit everything that we wanted in that spot. Shot 38 percent from three, 6-foot-11. He’s a very good athlete with great quickness. He’s a guy we had our eye on for a couple of years and we just thought would be a really good fit to what we wanted.” The Pistons had just enough cap space left after addressing those two critical needs to entertain what Van Gundy called “an outside-the-box move” – the offer sheet to San Antonio’s Marjanovic as a restricted free agent. They correctly gauged that San Antonio, after coming to terms with Pau Gasol, wouldn’t have enough cap space left to match their offer to Marjanovic.
Michael Scotto: Detroit Pistons and free agent Jon Leuer have agreed to a 4-year, $42 million deal, per agent Mark Bartelstein. Deal is fully guaranteed.
“Loved the guys on the team. I enjoy my time here,” Jon Leuer said. “I love this city, and I feel like this organization is building in the right direction. We just had some setbacks this year. In this league, things can turn around quick. I definitely feel like we can build something special here.”
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