#2: Killian Hayes
Killian Hayes has been steady enough that the Detroit Pistons might consider re-signing him at the end of the season. But he could also be trade bait for any team that needs a point guard. We've talked about San Antonio as a possible location, but they don't have many interesting players they'd be willing to trade for Hayes. Monty Williams seems to like and trust Killian, so if I had to guess, I'd say he won't be traded, but he's played well enough and is still young enough that he could be a sweetener if the Pistons make a bigger deal.
#1: Bojan Bogdanovic
Here we go again. Bojan has been the will they?/won't they? guy since the Pistons traded Jerami Grant. They probably should have moved Bogdanovic last season, when his value was higher, but he still might be able to get a decent return if Detroit can find the right team. Bojan has an interesting contract that can be bought out for $2 million after this season, so he's a nice player who doesn't come with long-term attachments, which may up his value considering the team can also opt in for another full year at $20 million if it works out. But he'd give a contender a nice boost of shooting for this season and still be a big expiring deal if necessary. Is that enough for a first-round pick? I don't even care about the pick for the Pistons, but they need more assets they can trade, so getting a first-round pick anywhere would be a win. Bogdanovic could also be viewed as an expiring contract in a bigger deal where the Pistons are trying to land an impact player. Either way, he's likely to be traded, though after last season, nothing is guaranteed.