The Pistons have reportedly invited free-agent swingman Terrence Williams to training camp. Detroit, already with the maximum 15 guaranteed contracts, would have to trade or waive another player in order for Williams to make the team.
A 6'6" guard/forward out of Louisville, Williams was drafted No. 11 overall in 2009 by the then-New Jersey Nets, who were coached at the time by current Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank. The Pistons were reportedly interested in selecting Williams that year before the Nets took him four spots ahead of Detroit.
Williams has also spent time with the Houston Rockets and Sacramento Kings. Known for his athletic ability, he would provide the Pistons with a veteran backup to starting shooting guard Rodney Stuckey.