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The 2022 NBA Draft is set for Thursday, June 23, and it features no shortage of intriguing prospects as players like Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith, Paolo Banchero and Jaden Ivey are all expected to hear their names called early on by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.



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When: Thursday, June 23 at 8 p.m.


Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York


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Thursday night's 2022 NBA Draft. A number of exciting prospects will headline the league's marquee offseason event, including Chet Holmgren (Gonzaga), Jabari Smith (Auburn), Paolo Banchero (Duke) and Jaden Ivey (Purdue). Who will be selected first overall remains anyone's guess



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NBA Draft Odds


As of publication, the current odds courtesy of DraftKings have the picks falling as such: Jarbari Smith Jr. (-250), Chet Holmgren (-220), Paolo Banchero (-350), Jaden Ivey (-155) and the Pistons’ fifth pick is being treated as nearly a toss-up. Current odds are tight between Keegan Murray (+135), Jaden Ivey and Bennedict Mathurin (+175).



There has been significant movement in Mathurin’s direction in the past several days, but nobody is feeling terribly confident about what the Pistons will do. There is also some reporting to indicate that if the Kings can’t find a deal to their liking they might take their preferred player, Keegan Murray, at four and the Pistons would reportedly be happy to take Ivey at five.



What is the NBA Draft Order?


First Round


Orlando


Oklahoma City


Houston


Sacramento


Detroit


Indiana


Portland


New Orleans (from Los Angeles Lakers)


San Antonio


Washington


New York


Oklahoma City (from LA Clippers)


Charlotte


Cleveland


Charlotte (from New Orleans)


Atlanta


Houston (from Brooklyn)


Chicago


Minnesota


San Antonio (from Toronto)


Denver


Memphis (from Utah)


Philadelphia


Milwaukee


San Antonio (from Boston)


Dallas


Miami


Golden State


Memphis


Oklahoma City (from Phoenix)


Second Round


31. Indiana (from Houston via Cleveland)


32. Orlando


33. Toronto (from Detroit via San Antonio, Washington and Chicago)


34. Oklahoma City


35. Orlando (from Indiana via Milwaukee)


36. Portland


37. Sacramento


38. San Antonio (from Los Angeles Lakers via Chicago and Washington)


39. Cleveland (from San Antonio via Utah)


40. Minnesota (from Washington via Cleveland)


41. New Orleans


42. New York


43. LA Clippers


44. Atlanta


45. Charlotte


46. Detroit (from Brooklyn)


47. Memphis (from Cleveland via New Orleans and Atlanta)


48. Minnesota


49. Sacramento (from Chicago via Memphis and Detroit)


50. Minnesota (from Denver via Philadelphia)


51. Golden State (from Toronto via Philadelphia)


52. New Orleans (from Utah)


53. Boston


— Milwaukee (forfeited)


— Miami (from Philadelphia via Denver; forfeited by Miami)


54. Washington (from Dallas)


55. Golden State


56. Cleveland (from Miami via Indiana)


57. Portland (from Memphis via Utah)


58. Indiana (from Phoenix)


Will Jerami Grant Get Traded?


As good as Jerami Grant has been in Detroit, the conversation of when to sell high on him has been around for nearly his entire tenure. It appears the team is willing to move Grant for the right price, but who knows if that price is out there. Grant is likely not an attractive enough piece to attract a top-10 pick on his own, but there have been rumblings that he could be shipped in some deal with the Wizards (10th), you can never discount Oklahoma City (12th), Atlanta has been previously connected (16th), and Philadelphia is always aggressive (23rd).




As we discussed previously, the cost of trading Jerami Grant during the draft is that you don’t have him available as a piece you can use in a sign-and-trade during free agency. Considering the number of restricted free agents the Pistons have been connected to, including Deandre Ayton and Miles Bridges, you wonder if they want to keep Grant to help facilitate a deal.



How Will the Draft Impact Free Agency?


Troy Weaver says the draft will have little if any impact on what the Pistons do in free agency. But if they end up with Keegan Murray at 5, you have to imagine it only adds an extra incentive to send Grant elsewhere.



The Pistons are likely looking to add shooting, athleticism and size in the front court and back court. They have been connected to players such as Jalen Brunson, though that talk seems to have died down, Mitchell Robinson and Dennis Schröder.



What’s the Perfect Offseason Look like?


I don’t find the idea that the Pistons will be able to add Deandre Ayton to be particularly plausible even though there seems to be interest from both parties.



If that is the case, then give me Bennedict Mathurin, a Jerami Grant trade that nets Tari Eason, a free agent deal to Tyus Jones and sell some cap space to a team desperate to chase Jalen Brunson and/or Kyrie Irving in free agency and take on a bad contract for a couple of future picks.

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