Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant is one of the most coveted trade targets on the market ahead of this Thursday's deadline. The Pistons have one of the worst records in the NBA and are more open to trading him now compared to last season, but The Athletic's James Edwards III notes “it's not a foregone conclusion” Grant gets traded.

There's no shortage of suitors, though, with Edwards reporting the Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings and Portland Trail Blazers as the three teams that have shown the most interest in a trade. The struggling Brooklyn Nets are even brought up as a team that has “poked around,” though it's hard to see how they would be able to pull off a deal. A number of other teams have also previously been reported as having interest, but it seems the Wizards, Kings and Blazers are making the strongest push right now.

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The Wizards and Blazers are two teams desperately trying to build stronger rosters around superstars (Bradley Beal and Damian Lillard) who have been involved in plenty of trade rumors themselves. The Kings are a mess and simply need a shakeup.

Grant just recently returned from thumb surgery and is working his way back into form. The 27-year-old is averaging 19.3 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.6 assists while shooting 40.8% from the field and 33.8% from 3-point range. These numbers are down from last season and aren't all that impressive, but the forward would surely look better with more talent around him.

One key aspect of Jerami Grant trade talks is the four-year, $112 million extension he's eligible for in the offseason. It's unclear if the Pistons are going to give him that considering where they're at in their rebuild, and that extension possibility could factor in for the suitors looking to acquire him.