The NBA Draft order is finally set. Some teams lucked out. Other teams came away disappointed with what number they will be drafting. But for the Detroit Pistons, they are automatically set to draft with the 15th overall pick.
It’s unlikely the Pistons trade up in the draft. Meaning they will either draft a player at 15 or trade the pick to get a rotational player in return, relieve cap space, or upgrade at a certain position.
The Pistons tried to make big trades before the trade deadline. Instead they settled for smaller moves. They traded Reggie Bullock to the Los Angeles Lakers for Svi Mykhailiuk and a second round pick.