Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings sped up the floor dribbling.

A jitterbug it looked like his path was clear for an easy bucket during Thursday’s scrimmage.

But at the last second he dropped a nice no-look pass to a streaking Kyle Singler for a lay-up.

Oh yeah Singler.

When watching scrimmages it’s easy to get lost watching Andre Drummond try to dunk every time he’s within 15 feet of the basket or Josh Smith swoop in for a left-handed tomahawk dunk.

Even rookie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s easy shooting stroke is eye-catching.

But the steady even play of Singler has managed to catch the eye of new coach Maurice Cheeks.

So despite the roster overhaul that brought in eight new faces don’t count out Singler in the fight for playing time. The guy did start 74 games last season. Only Greg Monroe and the now-departed Brandon Knight can claim more starts.

“He has shown me what I’ve known about him before is that he’s a constant mover he’s a constant worker and he’s another guy that doesn’t say a word” Cheeks said. “He just does his job and you can never ever have enough guys like him who compete.”