NBA Mock Draft 2015: Pistons Faced With Tough Scenario

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Feb 2, 2015; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Kelly Oubre Jr. (12) celebrates after scoring during the first half against the Iowa State Cyclones at Allen Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

16. Boston Celtics

Kansas. Kelly Oubre. 16. player. 18. Picking in the middle of the first round, the Celtics still come away with one of the better wing prospects in this draft.. Small Forward

17. Milwaukee Bucks

Sam Dekker. 17. player. 89. The Bucks keep a Wisconsin alum at home as they hope that the fantastic offensive game Dekker displayed during the NCAA Tournament is an indication of his upside at the next level.. Small Forward. Wisconsin

18. Houston Rockets (from New Orleans Pelicans)

player. 169. The Rockets need help at point guard and while older prospects are often passed over, the experience Grant brings can be a positive for a team like the Rockets ready to contend right now.. Point Guard. Notre Dame. Jerian Grant. 18

19. Washington Wizards

Small Forward. Virginia. Justin Anderson. 19. player. 142. With Paul Pierce’s future with the Wizards in doubt, the team would do well with Justin Anderson’s combination of defense and outside shooting. Even if Pierce returns, looking to the future wouldn’t be a bad idea.

20. Toronto Raptors

Louisville. Montrezl Harrell. 20. player. 81. This is a nice spot for Harrell as the Raptors could use him with Amir Johnson and/or Tyler Hansbrough departing this summer.. Power Forward

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