The Detroit Pistons are not among the 22 teams, which will participate in the NBA season’s resumption. As a result, Detroit plans ahead of the new season reviewing candidates for the general manager position.
The Pistons are seeking a GM to work under Ed Stefanski, the senior adviser to owner Tom Gores. Stefanski has been the acting GM for two years.
In the last few days, three potential candidates came up in the “race”, according to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News with former Pistons’ player and vice president of basketball affairs with Memphis Grizzles Tayshaun Prince not being among the candidates according to ESPN’s Eric Woodyard.
Prince had a 12-year career with Detroit Pistons being a member of the 2004 championship team. The 6-9 former NBA small forward joined the Memphis Grizzlies front office in 2017, after retiring in 2016, while he was with the Minnesota Timberwolves.