The Detroit Pistons have reportedly signed Glenn Robinson III to a two year deal worth $8.3 million according to Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania.

Robinson is coming off of a poor 2017-18 season with the Indiana Pacers in which he only played 23 games total due to a nagging ankle injury.

A season before, in 2016-17, Robinson shot 46.7 percent and started 27 games. If he can stay healthy, he'll look to build upon that production in Detroit.

The Pistons could use Robinson's help at the small forward position currently most occupied by Stanley Johnson.

The Minnesota Timberwolves drafted the former Michigan Wolverine in the second round of the 2014 NBA Draft before waiving him during his rookie season. Robinson's career also includes a stop in Philadelphia with the 76ers before joining the Pacers for his sophomore season.

His freshman season with the Wolverines, he helped lead the team to the final round of the NCAA Tournament where they fell to the Louisville Cardinals.