NBA Mock Draft 2015: Pistons Dream Scenario?

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Mar 26, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Kentucky Wildcats forward Trey Lyles (41) reacts during the first half against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the semifinals of the midwest regional of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

16. Boston Celtics

Kentucky. Trey Lyles. 16. player. 18. The Celtics need another big body to add to their frontcourt and Lyles is a good fit at this point in the draft. Lyles offers some position versatility and has a good mix of skills that will be of use to head coach Brad Stevens.. Power Forward

17. Milwaukee Bucks

89. Looney needs to get stronger and become a better scorer, but he flashes offensive potential and brings intensity to the game. That could be a nice jolt for one of the surprise teams in the Eastern Conference this season.. Power Forward. UCLA. Kevon Looney. 17. player

18. Houston Rockets (from New Orleans Pelicans)

169. A good scorer but an accomplished passer and playmaker, Grant would be a great fit for the point guard-needy Rockets. The thought of Grant setting up <a rel=. Point Guard. Notre Dame. Jerian Grant. 18. player

19. Washington Wizards

player. 142. Jones doesn’t have great size or athleticism but his impact on the game was evident for the Duke Blue Devils last season. He would be a solid backup to <a rel=. Point Guard. Duke. Tyus Jones. 19

20. Toronto Raptors

20. player. 81. Harrell will often be undersized in his matchups with opponents but he was able to make up for that with power, strength and tenacity at the college level. There is a place for those traits at the NBA level.. Power Forward. Louisville. Montrezl Harrell

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