Beno Udrih’s run as a Detroit Piston has ended, as it was reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski on Saturday that the 35-year-old guard has been waived by the team.

This isn’t exactly an earthshaking move by the Pistons, but it should generate some intrigue. Detroit’s current roster size is at 14 following the waiving of Udrih, meaning the team could still accommodate one more player. The Portland Trail Blazers just cut three guards in Isaiah Briscoe, Anthony Morrow, and Archie Goodwin, while Gerald Green was also recently released by the Milwaukee Brewers, so Detroit has a number of options if it’s looking for a more viable replacement for Udrih.

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Beno Udrih played for 39 games last season, averaging 5.8 points and 3.4 assists in 14.4 minutes per game while serving mostly as a pothole patch in the absence of the then-injured Reggie Jackson.

Udrih suffered a knee injury last April that ended his season and though he’s recovered 100 percent from it, this could be the end of the road for the Slovenian’s NBA career, as he’ll likely find it difficult to attract interest in the free agent market.