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Pistons Make Offer To Will Bynum

Last week, we heard that the Pistons were considering a number of free agent point guards, including Will Bynum, Jose Calderon, and Chauncey Billups. Calderon has since agreed to sign with the Mavs and Billups continues to receive interest from a handful of teams, but according to Jared Zwerling of (via Twitter), the Pistons have an offer on the table for Bynum.

Despite committing a good chunk of their available cap space to a deal for Josh Smith, the Pistons still have room left over to hang on to Bynum's cap hold and make him a competitive offer. As Zwerling notes in his tweet, unless the veteran guard is willing to take a discount, an offer from the Pistons likely rules out the possibility of him joining the Knicks. Zwerling had written earlier today that Bynum was one of New York's targets, but the team could only offer a starting salary of up to $1.7MM, or the veteran's minimum.

Bynum, 30, has spent his last five seasons in Detroit, averaging 8.4 PPG and 3.3 APG in 282 total contests.

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5 thoughts on “Pistons Make Offer To Will Bynum

  1. richard l braxton

    I like willl as my backup in Detroit and if something happen, he’s good enough to start

  2. Vince

    As much as I love Will, Nate Robinson and Aaron Brooks are still on the market, why not pursue them?

    • Trey Warner

      because brooks sucks and nate will cost too much

      • Vince

        Brooks is a former Sixth Man of the Year and averages 12pts 3ast 2reb with a shooting line of 0.415/0.364/0.884…. Yeah he sucks. Not to mention we could probably sign Robinson for a reasonable price, all he wants is a multiyear contract.

        • Trey Warner

          we need a freaking PG to lead the team and pass the ball around not a scorer that only scores 12 points and isnt good at 3’s which the pistons also need

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