Trading Bojan Bogdanovic to the New York Knicks
Bill Simmons recently suggested a trade that would send Bojan Bogdanovic to the Knicks in a three-way deal. Why not just expand it to add a center?
This gives the Knicks more depth at center and a reliable 20-point-per-game scorer on a favorable contract that they can keep or buy out on the cheap next season.
The Pistons get a solid role player and their own first-round pick back, which would then give them the option of using future draft assets to make bigger trades, something they are hampered from doing now because of the pick they owe New York.
This would represent one of the better packages the Pistons can expect to get from Bogdanovic and would allow them to start clearing the roster for another revamp.