The Detroit Pistons aren't wasting anytime in rebuilding their team, reportedly reaching a deal with former Chicago Bull Ben Gordon, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Teams cannot officially announce deals until July 8. In the first day of free agency, Gordon and unrestricted free agent Charlie Villanueva both made visits to the Pistons and nailed both their guys, according to Ken Berger of CBSSportsline.com.
Gordon apparently got a five-year deal worth $55 million with Villanueva's contract still be worked on.
What's this mean for the Cavs, if Villanueva has agreed to terms with the Pistons, it seems less likely that the Pistons would keep both Rasheed Wallace and Antonio McDyess their two power forwards.