Two up and coming power forward options for the Detroit Pistons
Toppin is currently shooting 60 percent from the field for the Indiana Pacers as their starting power forward. He's athletic, can run the floor and he's improved his 3-point shooting to 35.6 percent, not great but he has improved every season. He's shooting a mind-boggling 76 percent from 2-point range this season, so Toppin knows how to finish. At age 25, Toppin is just coming into his own, and the Pistons could benefit from getting all of his prime years. But he's a restricted free agent, so Indiana will get their shot to keep him.
Another Pacer, Smith was putting up nice numbers this season before injuring his heel. Smith can play either big man spot but may have more value as a stretch five than a four. He was averaging 10 points and five rebounds in 14 games off the bench for the Pacers while shooting over 70 percent from the floor and 66 percent from 3-point range. He was doing that in just 15 minutes per game, so could definitely be a backup center or power forward option for the Pistons. He has a player option for next season but could decline in search of a bigger payday.