The Detroit Pistons have had a rather busy offseason compared to the one many had anticipated the franchise to be having. Detroit added a draft pick in this year’s draft and has made multiple roster changes in free agency while having little financial; flexibility.
The Pistons added Khyri Thomas and Bruce Brown through the draft in June. They acquired the ability to draft Khyri Thomas by trading to future second-round picks.
In free agency, the team has come to deals with Glenn Robinson III, Jose Calderon, and Zaza Pachulia. They also signed guard Kennan Evans to a two-way contract.
To clear cap space and roster spots for these players, Detroit waived Dwight Buycks and Eric Moreland.
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