12 stars who could be traded and the Pistons chances of getting them

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Kevin Durant: Hahahahahahaha 

Dream on. If Durant decides to change teams again, he’ll be going to one that is already a contender. 

Devin Booker: 5 percent chance 

This would only happen if the Suns flame out in the playoffs and Durant demands to be traded. That is not outside the realm of possibility and if Durant asks out, Booker might not be far behind, as he isn’t winning anything with Bradley Beal as his sidekick. 

Let’s say the Suns are bounced in round one. We know Durant is finicky and always sees greener pastures on the other side of the fence. He could demand a trade which would force the Suns could decide to move him for a huge trade package and if they do, Booker could be next. 

I doubt any of this happens, especially with a new owner willing to spend money, but of all of the situations with superstars, this one is the most possible even if it is still a monumental long shot. 

If Booker were to hit the market, the Pistons would have to do everything in their power to get him. They would probably still come up short, as All-NBA superstars in their prime don’t get traded often and every team would have interest. 

Booker is from Michigan, a fan of all things Detroit, which might give the Pistons some advantage. It’s not going to happen, but I can dream about Booker coming home and pairing with Cade Cunningham.