05/06/2021 7:00 Memphis Grizzlies vs Detroit Pistons in Detroit Pistons Posted Friday at 06:43 PM 2 hours ago, Buddha said: sekou at the same age was better in the g league than kuminga has been. just some perspective. honestly, i have no idea. but it seems like there are four players who have distanced themselves from everyone else: cunningham, mobley, suggs, and green. that seems to be the top tier. that said, its really early. no one saw patrick williams coming last year until the late stages of the process so the same could be true this year. i just dont want them to end up with scottie barnes. this is their best chance to get a potential generational player and i dont want to see them blow it and end up with another nice role player. i like weaver's ability to find guys in the draft, but lets not make it difficult for him. lets let him find the best guy in the entire draft and not the best of the rest of the guys in the draft. Kuminga's upside is quite a bit higher than Sekou's but he's risky because he's so young. I'd be fine with the Pistons taking a gamble on that upside and he's not French so Casey would probably be interested in developing him, if Casey's still here. In any event, if you see this as a 4 player draft, the odds of finishing in the top 4 aren't really that drastically different from 1-6. 52% compared to 40% from 1-6. The odds are almost completely flat from 1-4 so it's not that big a deal where they finish if you see this as a 4 player draft. The big wild card is the 5th spot. The odds drop drastically from 1-3 and are almost non-existent after that so somebody like me who sees Kuminga as part of the Big 5 really wants the Pistons to finish in the 2nd spot which is an 80% shot at staying in the top 5 as opposed to 40% at 6. For somebody like you who doesn't want them to take Kuminga, it doesn't make much of a difference where they finish 1-6.