Thybulle might be a more realistic and cheaper option, though he doesn't tick all of the boxes for the Pistons. Thybulle is a very good defender and he has improved his 3-point shooting to 38 percent this season, but he's not taking many of them and only averages 5.8 points per game.
The Pistons need improvement on both sides of the ball, but may want to avoid players who really only excel on one end.
Kuzma might be the most expensive player on this list, as he is having a good season, is in his prime and is signed to a contract that declines from $23 million to $19 million over the next three seasons, making him a great value and far less of a risk.
Kuzma is also a good fit on the Pistons, as he's a big four who can spread the floor and defend. He's not a great 3-point shooter at 35 percent, but he takes a high volume and at his size, creates matchup problems for other teams. He's also a proven 20ppg+ scorer who would take a lot of pressure off Cade Cunningham.
But do the Pistons even have what it takes to get him? Washington is reportedly looking for two first-round picks, which would rule out Detroit unless they were to make additional moves.
Of these players, Kuzma is probably the best match and would make the most impact for the cost, but he won't be cheap and there will be other teams inquiring.