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In that presentation (featuring a sizable binder), (Stan) Van Gundy stressed that the No. 1 priority was getting Greg Monroe re-signed.

And yet here we are less than two months away from the start of training camp and despite a full-court sales pitch, Monroe hasn’t signed his name to a contract.

The Pistons have moved from the initial five-year, $60-million offer and an offer that’s slightly better on a per-year basis than the four-year, $54-million deal that Josh Smith signed last summer is on the table.

But the offer to make him the highest paid player on the roster hasn’t brokered an agreement. And negotiations aren’t ongoing.

via Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press

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