Although it makes a lot of sense to trade rasheed since he's in the last year of his deal and he is slowly becoming a liability for reasons other than just his attitude, the five on the floor doesn't matter that much. The pistons need a coach they actually believe in who will motivate them to play hard in games. When LB would call a time out he would talk to the players and maybe even draw up a play. When flip calls a time out he doesn't say anything to the players and conferences with the coaches at the free throw line. No one wants to play hard for a leader like that. We definitely have a five good enough to be in the top tier of the NBA but unless flip, or curry, or whoever coaches next isn't ready to get in these guys faces and challenge them to play their hardest on every possession offense and defense they'll be spending june fishing year after year.