Trade No. 4
While many gave up on Marvin Bagley III almost immediately following his rookie season due to Luka Doncic being the pick directly after him, he has slowly developed into an interesting player.
Now on the Detroit Pistons, Bagley has grown significantly on both ends of the floor as a small ball five, occasionally showing flashes of why he was picked before both Trae Young and Luka Doncic. However, with a huge logjam at the center position for the Pistons, they should consider moving on from the young big.
The Pistons would gain a dominant defensive point guard for their bench as both injury insurance and as a role model for the young guards already there while giving them the ability to give both Jalen Duren and James Wiseman more minutes without taking away from Isaiah Stewart.
The Wizards gain a 24-year-old center who already has the foundation set in multiple areas to grow as a player and has shown the ability to play solid defense at his position and play well in the post on offense. They would also gain another two-way slot.