2013-14 NBA Season Preview Player Power Rankings for Detroit Pistons

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2013-14 NBA Season Preview Player Power Rankings for Detroit Pistons
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The Detroit Pistons have an incredibly deep frontcourt.

After significantly upgrading their roster this offseason, the Detroit Pistons are ready to compete for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference in 2013-14.

They signed former Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith, a 2010 All-NBA defender, to a four-year contract. They also acquired Brandon Jennings, a career 17-points-per-game scorer, in a sign-and-trade deal from the Milwaukee Bucks

In addition to all the new faces on the roster—eight in all—the Pistons have a new head coach, Maurice Cheeks. With so many changes in one offseason, the players had to use preseason to gain familiarity with a new system and one another.

A trio of injuries, the continued impressive play of Andre Drummond and several notable preseason performances have led to movement throughout the player power rankings. 

Detroit's trio of big men sit atop the rankings, but which player deserves the No. 1 spot?

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