#12: Isaiah Stewart
There have been teams calling about Stewart, but it's hard to see the Pistons moving him after signing him to an extension. Fans have been hard on Beef Stew this year, but he has proven himself to be a quality role player, which is why teams like Boston want him.
Is Stewart a starting power forward? Probably not, but that's okay, the Pistons need role players too. They have given away too many for nothing, which is part of the reason they are in this mess. Stewart can be a very important part of a good team as a do-it-all big off the bench, so it's unlikely he'll be moved, especially on his own. The only way it happens is if Stew is a sweetener in a bigger deal.
#11: Monte Morris
We have entered the portion of the list where the likelihood of a trade increases exponentially.
It may seem odd to put a veteran on an expiring deal this high on the list, as usually, they are the types that do get dealt at the trade deadline. But Morris has yet to play, so what value would he really have? Also, he is from Michigan, wants to play for the Pistons and they are in desperate need of a veteran point guard.
There is likely mutual interest in a new contract, and I wouldn't be surprised if Morris gets a reasonable one at the end of the season. Of course, if the Pistons need his $10 million expiring deal to grease the wheels of a trade, Morris is gone.