There probably will be several contenders for most memorable sight from the Pistons when we look back on this season.

The leader in the clubhouse is Tayshaun Prince, in street clothes, sitting in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse visitors locker room a few short hours after he had been traded from the only NBA franchise he had known in 10-plus seasons.

A dark horse might be his replacement, Jose Calderon, dressed in casual clothes, speaking to the media for the first time a few days later.

And of course, with only a few days remaining until Thursday's trade deadline and 28 games left in the season, there is still time for another image.

But I always will remember the faces of the young Pistons moments after the trade and over the next few days.

The trade hit them like a bucket of cold water, awakening them to the fact that anyone can be traded -- a franchise stalwart with a championship ring or a young, talented player like Austin Daye, who was part of the deal.