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The Pistons Won the Draft Lottery

Breaking News: The Detroit Pistons earned the number No.1 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. The Pistons had 14.3% to earn the number one pick. Last time the Pistons had number one pick was when the Pistons drafted Bob Lainer in 1970. 

GM Troy Weaver’s first year with the Pistons resulted in a very successful draft. Weaver selected two steals in the draft, Saddiq Bey and Isaiah Stewart. Both players were chosen on the all-rookies teams as well. Other players in the draft that keys for the Pistons included guard Killian Hayes and Saben Lee.

The Pistons are looking for a player in this draft to help speed up the rebuild process. But to come in right away and buy into the culture that Weaver and Casey are creating in Detroit.

Top prospect the Pistons will be keeping their eyes on is Cade Cunningham from Oklahoma State. Cunningham is known for his high IQ on the floor on both ends of the floor. And will make a major impact on the Pistons right away if Weaver select him at number one. Cunningham’s only team that he will workout for his the Detroit Pistons per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Right away Cunningham could make a significant impact on the team’s success moving forward. Not only next season but also in the future and beyond if the Pistons drafted him. Below are the draft lottery results. 

Draft Order

  1. Detroit Pistons
  2. Houston Rockets
  3. Cleveland Cavaliers
  4. Toronto Raptors
  5. Orlando Magic
  6. Oklahoma City Thunder
  7. Golden State Warriors
  8. Orlando Magic
  9. Sacramento Kings
  10. New Orleans Pelicans
  11. Charlotte Hornets
  12. San Antonio Spurs
  13. Indiana Pacers
  14. Golden State Warriors

The NBA Draft is scheduled for July 29th at the Barclay Center.

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