No.1 overall pick Paolo Banchero scores 27 points in NBA debut

Thanks to a few young, exciting players, the Detroit Pistons are optimistic about the future.

Bojan Bogdanovic gives  cause for optimism in the  present as well.

Bogdanovic helped the  Pistons defeat the Orlando  Magic 113-109 on Wednesday night with his 24 points in his  first game with the team.

Detroit coach Dwane Casey  said, "I'm not surprised. The  man averaged 18 on a 60 -win team.

In order to accelerate their rebuilding ambitions, the  Pistons acquired the 33- year-old Bogdanovic from  the budget-conscious Utah  Jazz in return for extra pieces.

He always offers us advice throughout both practices and games, according to Detroit  rookie Jaden Ivey, the No. 5 overall pick. His seasoned  voice will be extremely  valuable to us.

Paolo Banchero of Orlando, who was selected first overall last summer, recorded 27 points,  nine rebounds, and five assists  in his professional debut.

The former Duke great became  the first No. 1 choice since  1969 with at least 25 points, joining LeBron James and  Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

He's going to cause issues  for our league for a while,  Casey said.

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