On October 1, the Detroit Pistons, and the rest of the NBA, will take to the hardwood and get back to work. Training camp will begin on Monday, and the Detroit Pistons are poised to have an improved season.
Fans are anxious to find out how good this young team can be. With stars-in-the-making like Greg Monroe and Brandon Knight, it's understandable that hopes are high in the Motor City.
Training camp isn't a definitive predictor of a team's success in the regular season, but it can be a good barometer. It clarifies many questions.
As the Pistons start camp, there is no shortage of questions. Here are five of the biggest ones.