Chris Bosh to Detroit for Tayshaun Prince?

D.Michael LeeSenior Analyst IApril 23, 2009

TORONTO, ON - APRIL 26:  Chris Bosh #4 of the Toronto Raptors picks up a rebound against the Orlando Magic in Game Four of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the Air Canada Centre April 26, 2008 in Toronto, Ontario. The Magic defeated the Raptors 106-94 to take a 3-1 series lead.  (Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

Even though the Detroit Pistons are in the middle of getting swept out of the 2009 NBA Playoffs, rumors of how the team will look when they hit the court next year are already circulating.

The Detroit News is reporting today that Pistons forward Tayshaun Prince could be in the middle of any deal that Detroit and Toronto make involving All-Star forward Chris Bosh.

One possibility would include sending Prince, reserve forward Amir Johnson, and a future draft pick to Toronto for Bosh.

Adding Bosh to the Pistons, along with the departure of Prince and free agents Rasheed Wallace and Allen Iverson, would give the Pistons the breath of fresh air needed to rejuvenate the fanbase.

Bosh, along with Rodney Stuckey and Richard Hamilton, would be respectable and certainly more competitive than this year's product. Meanwhile, the addition of Prince to Toronto would more than likely mean the end of the Shawn Marion experiment.

However, it's possible that Marion could play alongside Prince.