Follow along for the latest on the NBA Trade Deadline, which is at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
The 2017 NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone and the Detroit Pistons did not make any move.
There were reports that that the team was shopping Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, but the price appears to have been too high.
Currently, the Pistons sit in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, ahead of the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat.
With just 15 minutes to go, it appears the Pistons will stay put at the trade deadline.
According to our Kacie Hollins, despite the chatter, including names of Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, looks like the Pistons won't move anyone.
Stan Van Gundy was willing to part with any of the three players mentioned, but it sounds like the asking price was too high.
Detroit Pistons Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Stan Van Gundy said they have placed a high value on players, according to Rod Beard of the Detroit News.
#Pistons SVG on Deadline Day talks: We've placed a high value on our guys but we'll listen to anybody.
— Rod Beard (@detnewsRodBeard) February 23, 2017
Van Gundy said they are listening to anybody, but they do have a high value on their players.
Right now, there are reports that Reggie Jackson, Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope could be traded.
The Detroit Pistons are aggressively shopping point guard Reggie Jackson with just hours left until the trade deadline, according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Mannix.
According to Mannix, they are looking for a first round pick, young player or expiring contract.
Detroit has been aggressive in shopping Reggie Jackson, sources told @TheVertical. Looking for a first round pick, young player, expiring.
— Chris Mannix (@ChrisMannixYS) February 23, 2017
The team has until 3 p.m. on Thursday to make a deal.
Jackson, 26, still has three years left on his contract. He will make $16 million next season, $17 million in 2018-19 and $18 million in 2019-2020.
This season, he is averaging 15.2 points points per game in 36 games.
The Detroit Pistons are taking offers for both Andre Drummond and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
According to Stein, the Pistons are not committed to trading either player but are listening to offers.
Sources tell Stein that Drummond is highly-regarded with owner Tom Gores so it's unlikely that he is traded.
Teams that have inquired about Drummond include the Portland Trail Blazers, Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets, Stein says.