The Detroit Pistons are mired in a terrible slump.
Since stud rookie center Andre Drummond went down due to injury during a February 3rd loss against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Pistons are 6-17 and out of the playoff picture.
Therefore, in order for Detroit fans to stave off insanity, it is time to move past this season and start looking at what decisions the Pistons must make during the offseason.
The Pistons will likely have a ton of cap space plus potentially their highest draft pick since they drafted Darko Milicic number two overall in 2003.
They still will have their top three players, Drummond, Brandon Knight and Greg Monroe under their rookie contracts.
But this will be without question the Pistons' most important offseason.
If they effectively maneuver during the summer months, they could finally turn the page on this terrible run of history and potentially boost their chances of making the postseason next year.
However, if they mismanage their finances and/or draft selections, they could be looking at another lost five or six years.