The Detroit Pistons’ coaching search has dominated NBA headlines recently, but the franchise is also busy preparing for the NBA draft, which will occur June 27.

The draft combine takes place next week and with predraft visits by prospects starting shortly afterward, the Pistons will be trying to discern who is worthy of their lottery pick and two second-round picks.

It is widely known the Pistons are seeking perimeter help, but the team could go for frontcourt help.

So it could be an issue with three big men projected to go in the top 10 won’t be available for predraft workouts and probably summer-league competition because of injuries.

UNLV power forward Anthony Bennett (rotator cuff) had surgery on his left shoulder Wednesday, joining Kentucky center Nerlens Noel (knee) and Maryland center Alex Len (ankle) on the sideline.

The injuries aren’t expected to affect the players’ draft status, but it is an area teams will investigate.

The Pistons will likely pick seventh or eighth, unless they win the lottery, which will be held May 21.