Detroit Pistons announce new player signing

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The Detroit Pistons will open their training camp in eight days and play their first preseason game on October 4 against the New York Knicks.

Recently, teams across the league have made a lot of roster changes in preparation for training camp and the new season.

On Monday, JD Shaw of Hoops Rumors reports that the Detroit Pistons are signing Kyler Edwards to an Exhibit 10 contract.

Shaw: “The Detroit Pistons are signing guard Kyler Edwards to an Exhibit 10 contract,” agents Aman Dhesi and Maurice Johnson said. @HoopsRumors. Edwards was not drafted in June. He averaged 13.8 points and 5.9 rebounds per game with Houston during his senior college season, helping his team reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament.”

Edwards is 23 years old and played college basketball for Texas Tech and Houston.

A player who signs an Exhibit 10 deal will often not be part of the roster, so it will be interesting to see if the Pistons give him a chance to prove his worth during preseason.

The Pistons have a lot of young talent on their roster, but they were one of the worst teams in the NBA last season.

They were the 14th seed in the Eastern Conference and had a 23-59 record.

In the 2021 NBA Draft, they selected Cade Cunningham with the first overall pick, and in 2022, they took Jaden Ivey with the fifth overall pick.

So they have young talent and are still an exciting team to keep an eye on.

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