Report: Pistons “Welcoming Offers” for Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Detroit Pistons are listening to trade offers for franchise pieces Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

Stein notes that Detroit is not committed to moving either player, but are listening and evaluating offers that they are receiving from other teams.

In the report, Stein says that the Portland Trail Blazers, Brooklyn Nets, and Toronto Raptors have had discussions with the Pistons over Drummond.

Stein did not mention any teams that have inquired about Caldwell-Pope, but that there have been talks with other teams.

Detroit is listening to offers on each and every player on their roster. Reggie Jackson has been a hot name in trade rumors, and the Pistons are reportedly trying to move him. Aron Baynes is another player that could be moved at the deadline. The Pistons believe Baynes will opt out of his contract at the end of the season and Detroit likely will not have the cap space to re-sign him.

I speculated on some potential trade ideas for the Pistons at the deadline.

The trade deadline is Thursday at 3 PM EST.

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