Wiseman is in a weird spot his athleticism and physical profile gives him a Javale Mcgee floor. Even if like Mcgee his IQ is subpar he should have no issue carving out a role in the league. In many ways his ceiling is limited by the trends of the modern NBA. If he isn't a super star at the level of Embiid/Jokic/Gobert he will fall into the tough middle ground where if not on the right team his value becomes diminished.
I have come around to the idea that the Cs could be the perfect Wiseman fit. It would be a gamble but I would shop a R Williams, 14,26, and 30 trade package to teams in the 5-8 range if Wiseman is available. He would in effect take R Williams and Kanters roles on the roster becoming both the long term project and the Embiid size match-up.
While it feels a little fare fetched that he drops it only take one team liking Okongwu over Wiseman and a player like Avdija or Okoro going earlier then expect to unravel the top of the lottery.
1. Minn, Edwards
2. GS, Advija (KOC is predicting this)
3. Hornets, Ball
4. Bulls, Okoro/Hayes (if they have faith in Carter/Lauri)
5. Cavs, Okongwu/Toppin (nothing the Cavs do surprises me
6. ATL, Hayes/Haliburton (I could see them taking Wiseman to facilitate a trade with either Wiseman or Capela)
That then puts the Cs in range to make a move up. With the Pistons likely to resign Woods they may be less inclined to want to take on Wiseman and R Williams still offers a nice long and short term Center option and the picks would give them a chance to add young pieces behind their aging Rose/Griffin current roster.