In other words, the Pistons might land at No. 8 a player they wouldn’t have been disappointed to take at No. 2 or 3. And if the player taken at No. 8 this year turns out to be better than the one selected second, it won’t cause many jaws to drop.
— ... does he know that Derrick Williams will likely be the #2, and may be a more likely success than Irving? Via Langlois