The Detroit Pistons are receiving plenty of inquiries about Nerlens Noel, with three teams headlining their list.

Per James L. Edwards III of The Athletic, the Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets, and the Miami Heat are the clubs that have engaged the most with the Pistons regarding Noel.

Last offseason, Noel was acquired by the Pistons in a loaded package from the Knicks, allowing New York to have that ample space to ink the service of Jalen Brunson.

With Detroit very much focused and leaning towards the development and production of Marvin Bagley III, Isaiah Stewart, and Jalen Duren, Noel became the odd big man out for the club. The veteran has been gaining a grain of exposure under coach Dwane Casey, averaging just 11.8 minutes per contest and tallying 2.4 points and 2.8 boards.

As such, with Noel being highly coveted due to his shot blocking and rim presence, the Pistons are very much positioning themselves to gain a justifiable return that will fit their intents as they continue that rebuild and try to be competitive soon.