The Detroit Pistons are among multiple teams that have expressed interest in former Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jordan McRae, according to Sam Amico of Amico Hoops.
McRae was released by the Cleveland Cavaliers earlier in the season to make room for Andrew Bogut.
He averaged just 4.4 points in 37 games with Cleveland this season.
McRae gave the Pistons nightmares last season, when he dropped 36 points against Detroit in their final game of the regular season.
McRae mainly plays the shooting guard position. To make room for McRae, Detroit would have to clear up a roster spot. Some potential candidates that could be waived if Detroit was to sign him include Darrun Hilliard and rookie Michael Gbinije.
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