Detroit Pistons depth chart 2023: Roster entering offseason, NBA free agency

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Who is on the Detroit Pistons roster and what is the depth chart?

The Pistons get 15 spots to fill each season on NBA contracts.

They have a first-round pick, at No. 5 overall, and own the first pick in the second round, No. 31 overall.

But who knows what trades and maneuvers general manager Troy Weaver and staff will pull off between now and the June 22 draft and free agency, with signings becoming official July 6. They’ll have more than $25 million in cap space to spend, and are desperate for help on the wing.

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Here’s a look at the current roster of players under contract and depth chart.


Starters: Cade Cunningham, Jaden Ivey

Backups: Killian Hayes, *Alec Burks, *R.J. Hampton

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Starter: Bojan Bogdanovic

Backups: *Isaiah Livers, *Eugene Omoruyi

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Starters: Jalen Duren, Isaiah Stewart

Backups: James Wiseman, Marvin Bagley III

*Pistons have a team option for the 2023-24 season on Burks ($10.5 million) and Livers ($1.8 million). Expect them to pick up both. Pistons also have options on Hampton ($2 million) and Omoruyi ($1.9 million).

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Of course, the league is fluid with positions and interchangeable matchups. For example, Cunningham and Burks can both play on the wing as the “3” on defense due to their size.

Other contracts

Rodney McGruder, Cory Joseph and Hamidou Diallo are each unrestricted free agents this summer.

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