One of the biggest questions facing the Detroit Pistons this offseason was what they would do with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. On Friday, they replaced him.
The Pistons traded forward Marcus Morris to Boston in exchange for guard Avery Bradley and a second-round draft pick in 2019. Bradley's arrival gives the Pistons a replacement for Caldwell-Pope, who had been a restricted free agent. Detroit has now renounced the rights to Caldwell-Pope.
Bradley averaged 16.3 points a game last season for the Celtics, but Boston is adding All-Star forward Gordon Hayward and moving on from Bradley. Morris averaged 14 points for Detroit.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny...