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There was some minor drama surrounding the Pistons heading into the 2021 NBA Draft, as reports indicated they were considering multiple players and taking trade calls. Would they really pa s on the opportunity to select Cade Cunningham?
Nope. Detroit went chalk to open Thursday night's draft, choosing the Oklahoma State starwith the No. 1 overall pick. Houston and Cleveland also failed to surprise the fans at the Barclays Center, taking Jalen Green and Evan Mobley at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.
The Pistons, Rockets and Cavaliers are certainly feeling good aboutwith their picks, but a few teams may be scratching their heads in the near future when they realize who they could have landed.
Sporting News provided instant gradesas the picks wereannounced on Thursday. Check out our 2021 NBA Draft analysis below.
NBA Draft grades 2021: Picks, analysis from Round 1Round 1
1. Detroit Pistons Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State
There's a lot to Vince Coleman Jersey love about Cunningham, including his 3-point shooting touch, which is rare in this cla s. There is his command of the court; heis not one of those pa sers who sees what isn't there, like a Jason Kidd or Penny Hardaway, but Cunningham always sees the pa s that's available, even if it's a difficult angle or a player on the opposite side of the court.
What should matter most to the Pistons, hopefully, is that Cunningham is a winner. He was outstanding at the FIBA U-19 World Cup in 2019. He battled through a hotly contested Big 12 regular season and got Oklahoma State to its conference tournament title game. In a draft with no obvious superstar but lots of quality prospects, it makes great sense to draft someone who has both promise and a proven track record as a competitor.
2. Houston Rockets Jalen Green, G League Ignite
When Green signed Andrew Knizner Jersey onto the G League Ignite program, it was described as an operation that would be little better preparation than another year spent in AAU. Better coaching, for sure, but a series of meaningle s exhibition games against disinterested opposition is not going to polish a prospect into a legitimate NBA competitor. Because of the pandemic, however, the G League bubble was created so the NBA's minor league players had somewhere to complete. The Ignite were included, so they got 15 games using NBA rules against teams pursuing playoff berths and a championship.
That was great for Green, who shot a respectable 36.5 percent on 3-pointers and averaged 17.9 points. Green will enter with an awarene s of NBA rules and lex Reyes Jersey a feel for the 24-second clock as well as ideal size and talent to develop into a scoring wing. And for a team that needs everything, a wing who could become an All-Staris a great place to start.
3. Cleveland Cavaliers Evan Mobley, USC
It is a measure of the change in NBA mentality that Mobley, as the draft's best center prospect, is not automatically the presumptive No. 1 overall pick. It's also a measure of the change that a player with Mobley's frame (7-0,215 pounds)would be valued so highly at the center position. When Shaquille O'Neal was chosen No. 1 overall in 2007, he was 7-1 and 293 pounds.
But the desire now is for big men who can move on the perimeter to defend against screens, and Mobley is elite in that department. He is a developing shooter with great ball skills, especially as a pa ser. He thinks the game like the coach's son he is. The more I consider him, the more I wonder if I should have had him No. 1 on my big board. He will have to grow stronger and there is the fact wings are the most important NBA position now but a big man with Mobley's potential makes the Cavs one of the most exciting young teams in the league.
4. Toronto Raptors Scottie Barnes, Florida State
He is impo sible not to like and a challenge to love at this stage, anyway. Barnes offers so much: a winning background, the ball skills to function as a point guard, a commitment to his teammates, the size to overwhelm at that position or evenfunction at times as a small-ball power forward. Barnes played in a college system at Florida State that allowed him to learn but not to flourish; he played only 25 minutes and attempted eight shots per game. It would have been nice to see him take command more often, but that's not how FSU sets up its program.
At the U-19 World Cup in 2019, he was more comfortable in that Nolan Arenado Jersey role, and he scored in double figures four times in seven games. So the investment here is on what might be. I believe it's a gamble worth taking. He'sa logical pick for the Raptors because they have Fred VanVleet under contract and can use Barnes to provide them with multiple playmakers. I've seen him listed as a forward and that may be the plan but he thinks the game like a point guard.
5. Orlando Magic Ken Boyer Jersey Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga
He is just about everything a modern NBA team wants in a point guard: exceptional size, decent length, ball handling skill, understanding of pick-and-roll play, at least a taste for defense. He'd be even more attractive if he owned a track record as an elite shooter, but there's every indication that will come with practice. He does not fly like Jonathan Kuminga and isn't 6-8 like Cade Cunningham, but he has that uncanny knack for positioning his body in whatever way is nece sary to succeed that is difficult to quantify and commonly overlooked when analysts discu s "athleticism."
I've said this before: If you want to understand his value, watch the second half of Gonzaga's comeback victory against BYU in the West Coast Conference title game. He would not let the Zags lose and was willing and able to do whatever was required to prevent it. That's going to be harder to do with the shape the Magic are in, but he'sthe kind of player around whom one can build a team.
6. Oklahoma Austin Gomber Jersey City Thunder Josh Giddey,Adelaide 36ers
In terms of pa sing ability and size, there are a lot of similarities between Giddey and Cade Cunningham. Neither has that next-level vision thing, but each has a great feel for his teammates' locations on the court and how best to use that to his team's advantage. Giddeyis absolutely excellent in operating pick-and-roll sets and exploiting the mismatches that develop.The difference is that Giddey struggles to get by defenders and is mostly reliant on using his strength and length to finish over them. And that was against the guys from Australia's NBL, not America's NBA. And Giddey is a meager deep shooter at this stage.
The Thunder may or may not be thinking they're getting the next Luka Doncic, but the Maveric