While bigger free agency news drops left and right, the Detroit Pistons quietly made a solid move that adds depth on the wing. According to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, Glenn Robinson III has signed a two-year deal worth $8.3 million. Detroit has a team option in 2019-20.

Robinson is coming off a shortened season due to injury. He underwent surgery to repair ligaments in his ankle and only played in 23 games for the Indiana Pacers.

Robinson fills out a Pistons team that is light at the small forward position. Robinson and Stanley Johnson are the only two small forwards under contract with Detroit.

The Michigan alumnus fits the role of the 3-and-D player that is becoming a hot commodity in today’s NBA game. Robinson is a career 38 percent shooter from deep. In the 23 games he played for Indiana last season, Robinson shot 41 percent from three. The 6-foot-6 small forward only averaged 4.1 points in 14.7 minutes per game, but he should see more time on the court next season.

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The Pistons missed out on the playoffs last season, but they could be poised for a playoff push next season. The Eastern Conference is extremely weak. Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond, and company are certainly talented enough to get over the hump and contend in the East.

Robinson brings added depth, athleticism, and a decent shooting stroke to Detroit. He’s no superstar, but he has the potential to be a productive rotational player on a playoff team.

By and large, this move could be enough to revive the career of Robinson, especially if he’s healthy.