You knew they had to make a move on getting a true point guard, whether or not Calderon stays next year. Drummond and Monroe need someone to get the team into consistent sets. I have been clamoring for weeks that the organization will be stuck in place if it doesn't get some kind of "fix" at point guard. Now they can see what might be. Other "veterans" also need to be moved... I always thought Tay would have had a better career with the Pistons if they let him be the outside shooter that he was when he came into the league. Instead, coaches fell in love with his post ups and ball handling, areas where his impact was not expecially productive.