Calderon has indeed completely changed this team, and in doing, completely changed my thoughts on the off-season.. #1) I think we should resign Calderon. Now that I've seen what a TRUE point guard can bring to this team, I can't live without one. Looking at the market and draft class, I don't really see any as TRUE as Calderon (CP3's not coming here; no college point is THAT ready). Sign him through his 35th birthday, a four-year deal. He might age a little on us, but he's a great team leader, and he can groom a young replacement. **Now, what do we have? It's sort of strange to look at now. We've got a great, TRUE point guard...and four really talented (at least solid), young, cheap starters - Drummond, Monroe, Singler, Knight. And a TON of cap space!! Even more if we amnesty Charlie-V (something I think we should do...regardless of how well he shoots, his defense and attitude is unacceptable). And even more if we can trade Stuckey (another thing I think we should do...hate his attitude). Here's what I'd like to see us add...in no particular order: A) A great third big man. An improvement over Max. Someone who brings a lot of energy. Gets a lot of boards and loose balls. Plays great post defense. And has some offensive skill to add as well. Max is limited in too many of these categories, I'd like to see an upgrade. B) An instant offense-wing off the bench. Someone who can come into the game and end a cold-streak. Someone who puts the ball in the basket. A 3, a 2, perhaps even a 4. Instant offense. Better D than Charlie. C) A defensive shut-down wing. Knight's small. Singler's limited. We need someone who can guard LeBron-types well. D) A young point for Calderon to groom. Burke in the draft I like. 2013/14 Detroit Pistons: C: A. Drummond, *?*FA*?*, Kravtsov PF: G. Monroe, Jerebko SF: K. Singler, *?*FA-Def Wing*?*, Middleton SG: B. Knight, *?*FA-Off Wing*?*, English PG: *J. Calderon, *?*Pick-Burke*?* *I'm hoping Villanueva is amnestied and Stuckey is traded. This could be a team that gets to the ECF if we make good decisions this off-season.