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The Detroit Pistons, under new leadership with Trajan Langdon as president of basketball operations, are eyeing a roster overhaul.

After a five-season playoff drought, the Pistons are eager to strengthen their lineup.

James L. Edwards III of The Athletic suggests potential targets for Detroit in free agency, including Malik Monk, Nic Claxton, and Gary Harris.

Monk stands out as a priority due to his three-point shooting and shot creation abilities, filling a crucial need for the Pistons.

Claxton’s rim protection skills could address the team’s defensive deficiencies, offering a solution in the paint.

Harris, known for his 3-and-D prowess, could provide valuable experience and stability to the Pistons’ lineup.

In the previous season, Claxton showcased his potential with averages of 11.8 points and 9.9 rebounds per game for the Brooklyn Nets.

Monk played a significant role off the bench for the Sacramento Kings, averaging 15.4 points and 5.1 assists per game.

Despite injury concerns, Harris remains a desirable option, boasting a 37% three-point shooting average during last season with the Orlando Magic.