Greg Monroe might not be with the Detroit Pistons too much longer.
As David Mayo of MLive.com reports, the big man hasn't yet informed his team he'll be accepting the qualifying offer, but that remains a distinct possibility:
Neither Greg Monroe nor his agent has told the Detroit Pistons of the player's plans to sign a qualifying offer and secure his unrestricted free agency next season, according to Stan Van Gundy, but a USA Today report that the big man intends to take that option could signal a short-term future for him with the team.
If he does sign that qualifying offer, he'll play the 2014-15 season in Motor City before hitting the market once more, this time as an unrestricted free agent. And if that's the case, it's highly unlikely he'd end up returning to Detroit, even if the Pistons would be capable of offering him more money than anyone else.
Again, it's worth noting that he's not yet guaranteed to become an unrestricted free agent. That's just a possibility, given the reports about that qualifying option.
At least he'll have plenty of strong choices if he does go down that often neglected route.