With a good amount of potential turnover this offseason, the Detroit Pistons should be looking to fill out their roster with some of the talented undrafted free agents who are now available.
They had a full 15-man roster last season, but Charlie Villanueva and Rodney Stuckey are unrestricted free agents, Chauncey Billups is considering retirement, Greg Monroe could be on the move as a restricted free agent, and Peyton Siva and Josh Harrellson don't have guaranteed contracts.
If new president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy sees that a guy he likes is available, he'll find room on the roster.
The Pistons have a lot of talent in the starting lineup, but they're thin off the bench at nearly every position, although second-rounder Spencer Dinwiddie will help at point guard. And after finishing No. 29 in the NBA in three-point shooting in 2013-14, anybody who is dangerous from outside should get a look.
After missing the playoffs the past five seasons, they simply need to find talented players who will help them move forward in their rebuilding process.