The Detroit Pistons won Tuesday night's NBA Draft Lottery, presumably giving them the rights to Cade Cunningham. However, the organization plans to keep options open.

Cunningham, a standout at Oklahoma State, has long been considered the consensus No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. However, James L. Edwards III reported the Pistons plan to take a long, hard look at two other top prospects:

“However, while Cunningham has been the consensus No. 1 pick, it’s not a lock he’ll be the top choice,” Edwards wrote. “Sources tell The Athletic that Green and Mobley, too, will be in heavy consideration for the No. 1 pick. Green is a 19-year-old bucket-getter who had tremendous flashes playing in the G League this past season. Mobley is the ‘unicorn,' a 7-foot center with ball skills and an elite defensive skill set.”

Additionally, Pistons general manager Troy Weaver said Wednesday morning trading the No. 1 overall pick is “an option.”

Now, it should be noted this is pretty generic behavior for a front office even when it is fairly obvious who the No. 1 pick will be. Remember when the Jacksonville Jaguars initially suggested they were considering alternatives to Trevor Lawrence? Yeah, that meant nothing in the end.

Moreover, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported Cunningham only intends to meet with the Pistons before the draft. The former Cowboys freshman phenom appears pretty convinced he will be the No. 1 overall pick.

All directions point to Cunningham being the choice for Detroit. He would give the Pistons an ideal fit next to 2020 first-round pick Killian Hayes with his three-level scoring and playmaking.

Still, the Pistons will keep all options open… at least for now.