The NBA Draft class of 2015 is very deep and many good players are not going to have their names called on June 25. Teams will be looking to undrafted free agents to find a player who can help their team immediately. Former Villanova Wildcat Darrun Hilliard fits into this category and after working out with over 10 NBA teams could find himself on a roster if he plays well over the summer. Here are four teams where Hilliard could be a fit.
Hilliard worked out with Pacers on June 12 and his defensive ability coupled with three point shooting could provide the wing with an opportunity to make the Indiana roster. Under Coach Frank Vogel, the Pacers are known for their defense and the old "Big 3" in Miami were pushed to the brink twice by Indy with Paul George heathy.
On the current roster, Hilliard’s biggest competition for a spot would include Solomon Hill, C.J. Miles and Chris Copeland. Hill is still young so expect him to stay with the team, but Miles has not been too effective in recent seasons. Copeland can shoot it at times, but his lack of defense could open the door for Hilliard to make the roster. The Pacers are looking to win a championship and if Hilliard proves himself in the summer league he could be a part of a title run in a weak Eastern Conference.
Los Angeles Lakers