Monk is another player on a good team (Sacramento) who may not want to join the worst team in the league, which is a problem the Pistons are going to have in free agency.
Monk is a solid bench player (Pistons need those) who averages 15 points and five assists in 25 minutes per game while shooting 43 percent from long range on over six attempts per game. He also shoots 90 percent from the free-throw line, a nice bonus.
White is having his best season as a pro for the Bulls, averaging just under 17 per game and 4.5 assists while shooting over 43 percent from 3-point range on 7.3 attempts.
Monk and White are score-first guards, and the Pistons already have two of those in Jaden Ivey and Marcus Sasser, but the big difference is that Monk and White are volume 3-point shooters who have shown they can consistently knock them down.