Bojan Bogdanovic coming off the bench for the Detroit Pistons next season
If the Pistons do not trade Bogdanovic at the deadline, it's not the end of the world, they could still move him in the offseason when their needs are more clearly defined, as the final year of his deal isn't terrible and they could include him in a big trade later.
But they could also keep him.
Right now, Bogdanovic is the Pistons' starting small forward and if that's the case, you can almost guarantee your team is not good. Bojan can't defend (not through lack of effort) and is much better suited to being a primary scoring option off the bench for a good team.
If the Pistons could make enough offseason additions to push Bogdanovic to the bench, then keeping him makes some sense, as he is still a good player who is making $19 million next season if the Pistons pick up his full contract.
He still represents the type of player they need and if he's coming off the bench, it means the Pistons have made significant moves to bolster their roster.
But if they plan to run him out there as a starter again, or don't make the requisite moves to push him to the bench, then keeping him defies all logic.
They could also move him at next year's trade deadline and it's not likely his value will have diminished much, especially if teams are only offering second-round picks now. Those deals will be there next year.