Fans of Greg Monroe know the numbers.

The Pistons' second-year center has increased his scoring average from 9.4 to 15.6 points per game.

The rebound numbers have gone from 7.5 to 9.6.

But the number that probably has affected Monroe's recent play is 3.7 -- the increase in his minutes per game over last season.

And when you factor in the lockout-induced compressed schedule that has three games remaining with the Pistons playing those games on consecutive nights, it's a safe bet that the 21-year-old who is still getting accustomed to the rigors of the NBA is feeling a little fatigued.