The Detroit Pistons should consider signing E’Twaun Moore.
E’Twaun Moore is another cheap combo guard the Pistons could look to bring off the bench. Moore did not play much in the Suns’ finals run, but he still could have a role as a mentor and fourth guard. Mikal Bridges credited Moore for helping him with his offensive jump in his breakout year, and hopefully, Moore could have a similar impact in Detroit.
Moore isn’t quite a point guard, but he is a good ballhandler and is a 39% career three-point shooter. Moore could pair really nicely off the bench with Diallo as Diallo’s size, passing, and ability to get to the rim would pair nicely with Moore’s shooting and ball handling. Moore could be a savvy signing at the minimum to mentor the young core and provide needed shooting and ball handling.
The Detroit Pistons should consider signing Furkan Korkmaz.
Furkan Korkmaz is a lot younger than everyone else on this list so far at only 24 years old and will likely require a more expensive multiyear deal, but he could be a valuable player on a good team for a long time. Korkmaz is the incredibly desirable low usage 3 and D wing that every contending team needs.
He has good size on the wing at 6’7 and does a good job racking up steals. He doesn’t create his own shot or for others on offense, but he is a good shooter and a smart passer. If Philadelphia does not retain Korkmaz, the Pistons would be wise to pursue him at the right price to be a solid role player who could be incredibly valuable once the Detroit Pistons are ready to contend.