Pistons continue big man spending spree with 3-year, $60 million deal for Jerami Grant

For the fourth time in two days, the Detroit Pistons bring a new great man.
First, it was a deal on Thursday for the Sacramento Kings Center Dewayne Dedmon. Then there were free agent deals on Friday for the Denver Nuggets Center Mason Plumlee and the New Orleans Pelicans Center Jahlil Okafor.
According to The Athletic's Shams Charania, the team is adding a three-year contract worth $ 60 million to Jerami Grant.
Grant averaged 12 points and 3.5 rebounds per game last season in Denver and shared the time with Paul Millsap.
Funnily enough, this Christian Wood offseason the Pistons had a high profile big man from their own Hit Free agency who has reportedly agreed to a three-year, $ 41 million deal with the Houston Rockets carried out via a sign and trade.
The pistons so far have been surprisingly active in the free hand, added Jerami Grant and other great men. (AP Photo / Mark J. Terrill)
What are the pistons doing?
All of this leaves you wondering what the pistons are planning for the future, and that could go in any number of directions.
According to Yahoo Sports' Vincent Goodwill, the pistons dispense with Dedmon and expand it. The more fun speculations come with the Grant and Plumlee deals, which go well with a particular Pistons player's salary.
However, the Denver Post writer Mike Singer soon tossed some cold water on the idea and again made everyone wonder what Detroit might be thinking.
Whatever the Pistons' plans, we'll have to wait and see what happens.
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