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As the Detroit Pistons are vying to take the next step starting next season, they are reportedly set for a hunt with two of the much-anticipated wingmen heading to the offseason.

In a conversation with HoopsHype’s Mike Scotto, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic has identified both Jerami Grant and Cam Johnson as potential targets for Detroit to hand in an offer sheet.

“I know that they went into the offseason with the anticipation of trying to get him. Whether or not that happens is up to Jerami. I think Portland should rebuild, but it doesn’t seem like they will. I guess there’s maybe a chance they have a change of heart and tear it down, and Portland is no longer interested. I’d be surprised if that happened. I think Detroit targets Jerami and at least throws an offer sheet at Cameron Johnson and goes after the two biggest 3-and-D wings available. I think Brooklyn would probably match whatever realistic offer they get.”

Grant is slated to become an unrestricted free agent heading to this summer’s open market, while Johnson will hit the board as a restricted free agent.

Both players can be truly significant in Detroit’s intent to be competitive once again. Grant formerly spent two seasons in the Motor City prior to this season. As such, Johnson got close ties with new head coach Monty Williams as they spent significant time back in the Phoenix Suns.

It all comes down to both Portland and Brooklyn setting their contract offer bar high for their coveted wings, respectively. If not, Pistons got a solid shot with that sizable cap space to snag one of the two.