Top 5 Detroit Pistons Trade Pieces

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Dec 6, 2014; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Detroit Pistons forward Kyle Singler (25) during the game against the Philadelphia 76ers at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Philadelphia 76ers won 108-101 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports

Singler has shown signs of improvement this season in the time he has gotten. He’s shooting a career high 42% from three-point range while averaging a shade under eight points per game.

It’s unlikely that Singler will be moved but, other than the players mentioned before that teams may want. D.J. Augustin runs the team better than Jennings, so why trade him? Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is still young, so, dealing him makes no sense to trade him. You’ll get virtually nothing for Caron Butler and the rest of the players on the roster, so Singler makes the most sense.

He’s not the small forward of the future for the Detroit Pistons. So, it makes sense to move him and give Jodie Meeks and Luigi Datome more minutes.