2016-17 Detroit Pistons Roster Preview
Can the Pistons make it two in a row on the road?
Now that he’s paid like a star, this will tell us much about Andre Drummond’s actual star status.
Pistons’ progress comes to a halt without a major contribution from Reggie Jackson; ultimately, his value is dependent on team success.
After exceeding expectations his first season in Motown, Marcus Morris may be – for the money – the most valuable Piston.
More than any other player on the roster, Harris could swing the season for the Pistons.
With restricted free agency looming, this is the year when KCP positions himself as a core or fringe piece with the franchise.
Coming off a solid win against the Hawks without three starters, the Pistons look to win another against the 76ers.
Pistons missed on Al Horford in free agency, but Jon Leuer is a capable jack-of-all-trades who can play both forward and center.
Marjanovic has unlimited talent but limited playing opportunities ... at least for now
Smith’s off-court presence just as important as on-court production.
It’s unusual for a player of Gbinije’s age and experience to be such an unknown, but we’re not even quite sure what position the rookie will play.