Unrestricted free agent guard Will Bynum will be returning to the Pistons after signing a 2-year deal with Detroit for 5.75 million dollars. And Rasheed Wallace is headed back to the Pistons, but this time as an assistant coach. The "Detroit News" reports the former All-Star forward will work primarily with young big men Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe. The 38-year-old Wallace played for the Pistons from 2004-2009, helping the team win the 2004 NBA Finals. He came out of a two-year retirement this past season to play for the New York Knicks before suffering a broken foot.
And the Knicks signed first-round draft pick Tim Hardaway Jr. on Monday. Selected 24th overall out of Michigan, Hardaway was second on the Wolverines in scoring as a junior with 14.5 points per game. He is the son of five-time NBA All-Star Tim Hardaway.