NBA Mock Draft 2015: Pistons Faced With Tough Scenario

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Mar 7, 2015; San Jose, CA, USA; UNLV Rebels forward Christian Wood (5) controls the ball against the San Jose State Spartans during the first half at San Jose State Event Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

26. San Antonio Spurs

Power Forward. UNLV. Christian Wood. 26. player. 29. The Spurs have just five players under contract for next season so they can take a best player available approach. Wood gives them a power forward with room to grow, but with a skill set that allows him to play “smaller” while his body fills out.

27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston Rockets)

The Lakers got a big man earlier in round one so now they add to their backcourt with Rozier who can run the point.. Point Guard. Louisville. Terry Rozier. 27. player. 20

28. Boston Celtics (from Los Angeles Clippers)

18. The Celtics have picked big men in the past but they still could use another.. Power Forward. LSU. Jarell Martin. 28. player

29. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta Hawks)

29. player. 147. The Nets pick up the best remaining shooter in hopes of filling a need.. Shooting Guard. UNLV. Rashad Vaughn

30. Golden State Warriors

Small Forward. Bulgaria. Aleksandar Vezenkov. 30. player. 41. An amazingly efficient scorer, Vezenkov would be an intriguing prospect for the Warriors despite his lack of athleticism.

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