Stop me if you've heard this before............
I know this is a pretty common suggestion for how the Pistons should rebuild their franchise. But Bosh is the best chance the Pistons have of landing one of the top 2010 free agents.
Let's face it, LeBron isn't leaving Cleveland to come to Detroit. If "King James" is going to leave the Cavs, it's going to be for a major market like New York or L.A. His ego is too big to go to another mid market team.
I think that Dwyane Wade is happy in South Beach. Plus with the reckless abandon that he plays with, his body may not hold up much longer.
The Raptors can't feel good about their chances of resigning Bosh in 2010, so they may be looking to get something for him before he jumps ship. The Pistons could offer a combination of Prince, Amir Johnson, and the No.15 pick in the upcoming draft.
Shawn Marion is also a free agent and Prince could step right in and fill his role. He would also bring some veteran/championship leadership to a young team.
By trading Bosh, the Raptors could move Bargnani to PF which is a more natural position for him, and have Amir to back him up.
They would also have their pick, potentially a top 10 and the No. 15 pick to build the rest of their team. This is a win/win scenario for both teams.