The Detroit Pistons struggled to shoot the ball last year, and all their moves in the offseason is make the problem worse. First, they traded away their best shooter in Jodie Meeks (per his request) and are set to sign Ish Smith, a no-shooting point guard who can push the pace and find other players open shots.

The problem is a lack of players to hit those open shots. However, that might be changing as the newest name to enter the Pistons rumor mill is Jon Leuer. Leuer is a 6-foot-10 power forward who can also play small-ball center and hit 39 percent of his 3s last season.

These rumblings come courtesy of Rod Beard at the Detroit News, who mentions Leuer along with Moe Harkless and Thomas Robinson as possible Pistons targets.

He's also a quality rebounder, can finish in traffic and has the ability to get to the free-throw line. He might not be the 3-point threat that Anthony Tolliver is (or at least, he doesn't have the same kind of track record), but he's more than just a catch-and-shoot 3-point shooter off the bench and is four years younger than Tolliver.

Pistons fans can think of him as the poor man's version of what Detroit hopes Henry Ellenson can become, but with actual NBA experience.