Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
Area of Need: Wing Production/Frontcourt Versatility
The Pistons have built themselves a strong interior with Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond to pair with Brandon Knight as the rotation's core.
But there's nobody to generate offense in between.
Detroit could use a wing who can create his own shot, or at least give the team some frontcourt versatility. Anthony Bennett would be a fit as an inside-outside scorer at the 3 and 4 positions, though the Pistons might have to pray he slips to No. 8. Same goes for Otto Porter.
Victor Oladipo would likely be a target, but he's unlikely to be available at No. 8 overall.
Though Shabazz Muhammad's stock is down, he's another potential option as a physically imposing athlete who can put points on the board.
The Pistons have also made it known they made a trip to Greece to check out Giannis Antetokoumpo, a 6'9" wing who can also run the point.
The last name to keep an eye on is Jamaal Franklin of San Diego State, a jack-of-all-trades small forward from San Diego State.