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Pistons Fan Guide: 2021 NBA Draft Lottery

The NBA Draft Lottery is tonight! The lottery can either change a whole franchise team in one night or can set back a franchise a few years. For the Pistons, this draft lottery is not the same as in the past. The Pistons are one of those teams that have a high chance of winning the number one pick. 

What are the Odds the Pistons have? 

Since the Pistons had the second-worst record in the league last season. The team holds the second-best odds to win the number one pick in the draft. Also, the team can not get lower than the 6th pick due to having a low standing during the season. Here are the odds for the Pistons in the NBA draft lottery this year. 

  • First Pick= 14.0%
  • Second Pick= 13.4%
  • Third Pick=11.9%
  • Fifth Pick=27.8%
  • Sixth Pick=20.1%

Who are the Pistons looking at to Draft? 

The Detroit Pistons are looking at some of the top prospects to select in this year’s NBA draft. Here is a list below of players that the organization is looking at possibly drafting. 

  • Cade Cummingham- Guard played at Oklahoma State 
  • Jalen Green- Guard played for the G-League Ignite 
  • Jalen Suggs- Guard played at Gonzaga 
  •  Evan Mobley– Center played at USC 
  • Scottie Barnes- Forward played at Florida State

Who is representing the Pistons at the Lottery?

Detroit Pistons legend Ben Wallace will represent the organization at the lottery. Last month, Wallace was elected in the Naismith Basketball Hall Fame class of 2021.

Woodward Sports NBA Draft Lottery Party 

The 2021 NBA Draft Lottery is tonight! Be sure to tune in for the Woodward Sports Draft Lottery Party starting at 8:00 p.m. The event will be broadcasted on Twitter, Facebook, Twitch, and Youtube! The event will include Detroit Kool-Aid, Pistons Talk, Detroit Drew, and others in the Woodward Sports Network!

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