The Detroit Pistons will have many important decisions to make this offseason, as they currently have four veterans on their roster with expiring contracts (and another with a contract that is only partially guaranteed).
The front office will have to decide if it is worthwhile both financially and basketball-wise to bring back each player.
On one hand, the five players are collectively averaging 44.8 points per game this season, and four of them have played over 18 minutes per game. On the other hand, allowing all of their free agents to leave would leave the Pistons with over $20 million in cap space this summer, more than enough to sign a maximum-contact free agent.
The decisions may not be easy, but here is what the Pistons should do with each of their own free agents this summer.