Detroit Pistons fans will have a final opportunity to watch this year's edition when the Philadelphia 76ers visit the Palace for the final home game of the season.

With only seven players fully guaranteed contracts for next season, the roster is headed for substantial overhaul.

With a 53-93 record over two seasons, it could be the final home game for Pistons coach Lawrence Frank.

And a Sunday N.Y. Daily News report suggested it could be the final home game for longtime general manager Joe Dumars.

Contrary to the report, no decisions have been made and it will play out over the coming days, but there is an air of uncertainty surrounding the franchise.

Pistons owner Tom Gores, who arrived Sunday in the Detroit area, will make the final call.

"I'm sure Tom will do what he always does," Frank said following the Pistons' last full-contact practice of the season. "I'm sure he'll have a bunch of questions about what went right and what went wrong, what needs to be fixed.

"He's very engaged; he wants to see this be right. We've all been on the same page with how this has to be built in terms of where we started and where we're going. I'm sure he wants us to do better, but we'll see. He's the boss."

Lost in the speculation is the Pistons are actually playing their best basketball of the season. Boosted by the return of rookie center Andre Drummond, who missed 22 games with a stress fracture in his lower back, the team has won three straight and four of six.

And when the season concludes Wednesday at New Jersey, players will look back at ways the season could have been better.