AUBURN HILLS, MI (WTVB)- It appears the Pistons may have locked up a player to fill the 15th and final spot on the roster for the upcoming season. According to Yahoo!Sports, Detroit has finalized a contract with 6-10 post player Josh Harrellson. He was originally drafted in the second round in 2011 out of Kentucky by New Orleans and then sold to the Knicks with an injury plagued rookie year. Harrellson later was traded to the Rockets and then was signed for a brief stint with Miami in 2012. Last season he was MVP of the Chinese Basketball Association averaging 22 points and 18 rebounds a game. The agreement with the Pistons is reportedly a 2-year deal.