Kyle Singler had been arguably the Pistons’ best all-around player through three Orlando Pro Summer League games, so when the decision was made to give Singler a day off it took an all-around team contribution to cover for his loss.

That’s exactly what they got in a 93-79 win over a Boston Celtics team that entered the day 3-0, too – a little something from everybody and reasons to feel encouraged about all of the players taking part in Summer League who will wear a Pistons uniform in 2012-13.

Let’s run down the lineup:

ORLANDO – The fact Cole Aldrich is still logging major Summer League minutes two seasons after Oklahoma City swung a trade to take him with the No. 11 pick in the 2010 draft means his NBA future remains uncertain. But he’s a two-year veteran who arrived after three seasons of high-level college basketball at national power Kansas and the Thunder essentially chose him over 2009 first-rounder Byron Mullens, gifted to Charlotte last season for a future second-round pick.