NBA Mock Draft 5.0: Cavs, Thunder, Warriors, Lakers and Pistons all make trades

Cade Cunningham #2 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Detroit Pistons
Tre Mann #1 of the Florida Gators (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images) /

Detroit Pistons: NBA Mock Draft 5.0 pick No. 23-26

Pick Analysis. 23. player. Tre Mann. 169. Scouting Report. Point Guard. Florida/ Houston Rockets

The Rockets grab a point guard to put behind John Wall and eventually replace him. Mann is a versatile point  guard with good size who can defend and shoots over 40 percent from the 3-point line.

Pick Analysis. Power Forward. Greg Brown. Scouting Report. Texas / Houston Rockets. 24. player. 169

Brown is a 6-foot-9 power forward who projects as a potential stretch four in the NBA. He is a good rebounder and will be one of the younger players in the draft.

He is a project player but eventually profiles as a good fit with their other bigs, as he is a plus rebounder and could develop into a very good defender.

Day'ron Sharpe. 25. player. 77. Scouting Report. North Carolina / Los Angeles Clippers. Pick Analysis. Center

The Clippers might try to deal Zubac in the offseason in a package for another player, and if they do, Sharpe makes sense, as he could be the best rebounder in the draft and will be a guy who can contribute without having the ball in his hands.

Power forward/center. Kentucky/ Denver Nuggets. Isaiah Jackson. 26. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. player. 73

The Nuggets are already very good, so it would be smart for them to take a chance on a high-ceiling talent to develop behind Nikola Jokic.

Jackson is one of the best shot blockers in the league and could give the Nuggets some of the rim protection that they currently lack.