Look... I'm no expert, but everything I'm reading tells me that the best thing the Pistons could do is wait for all the available cap room around the league to evaporate and limit their acquisitions to the following:
1. Trades that clear cap room for luxury tax payers and bring players to the D that actually fit the needs of the roster as is.
2. One year deals for veterans that can contribute but won't take away minutes from the developing core.
That way, they either get quality players that help them improve or they tank next season, get a top talent in the draft and maintain massive cap room for a much better crop of free agents. I know they'll have to pay Moose next summer, but that will leave similar cap room to this year because Stuck and CV come off the books. Am I wrong here?