Frazier will make about $2 million per year, Haynes reports, which means the Pistons likely did not have to dip into its bi-annual exception in order to sign Frazier.
The fifth-year guard can reliably run and offense and limits his mistakes on the court. He shot a career-best 36% from 3 last season but is not known as a perimeter threat (he’ll fit right in to the point guard rotation in that regard).
The Pistons previously signed Derrick Rose in its overhaul of the point guard position that saw the losses of Ish Smith (signed with the Washington Wizards) and Jose Calderon.
The move puts Detroit at 13 guaranteed contracts and the team is still expected to sign a backup center (JaVale McGee has already met with the team) and perhaps some depth at the power forward position.