The Detroit Pistons made a big splash in free agency this past summer when they signed Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith to a big deal and pulled off a sign-and-trade for Brandon Jennings. The new duo was going to pair with Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond in an attempt to create a pretty fearsome foursome. The goal was to be an incredibly athletic team that dominated the paint on both ends of the floor. The Pistons haven't had the opportunity to see their team at full strength in the first couple games due to an impacted wisdom tooth that kept Jennings out of action for a few weeks. That should change Sunday when Jennings is expected to make his Pistons regular season debut. Keith Langlois of tweeted out that Jennings will play but the team is going with the same starting lineup as the first two games.