Five top prospects in the 2020 NBA draft who could help the talent-depleted Detroit Pistons. The NBA draft lottery is just over two weeks away. After an extended offseason, it once seemed the day would never come.
It may be a little while longer before the Detroit Pistons are able to see a minicamp or competition. The Athletic reported that there is uncertainty surrounding a second bubble for the eight teams left out of the NBA’s restart in Orlando. Sam Amick and Shams Charania reported that there is also doubt about whether the teams will be able to hold in-market minicamps for group workouts.
Speaking exclusively with E! News ahead of the launch, Griffin explained that his interest in the topic is rather long-standing. "I was a science major in college, and once I got to the NBA, I always wanted to just pick the brains of trainers and doctors and nutritionists and physical therapists—whoever we had around that was sort of health related.