After trading Tayshaun Prince and Austin Daye for Jose Calderon, the Detroit Pistons are probably done making moves before the NBA's trade deadline on Thursday, reports Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press. Probably. From Ellis: One source even said: "You have already had the main course. You aren't getting seconds." The main course obviously was the Prince-Calderon deal. But the source added: "You might get dessert." What does that even mean? Your guess is as good as mine. If the Pistons do get involved in another deal, they almost certainly won't take on salary -- they've exceeded the salary cap and are less than $2 million away from hitting the luxury tax. Would they dump a contract for a draft pick? Again, from Ellis: Also, if the Pistons are inclined to trade a player for a draft pick, the team would be left with only 12 healthy bodies. (Andre Drummond is expected to miss a month with a back injury.) For the right deal, you could see general manager Joe Dumars rolling with a smaller roster, but it's a legitimate concern in case injuries hit. That doesn't stop teams from calling around and asking about Jonas Jerebko and Stuckey, two players opposing teams ask about most.