Odds are the Detroit Pistons will pick seventh in the 2013 NBA Draft.

The Pistons won a coin flip with the Washington Wizards last week for the seventh-most combinations in the draft after both teams tied for the seventh-worst record in the NBA at 29-53.

A year ago, the Pistons went into the NBA draft lottery – scheduled for May 21 this year – with the ninth-most combinations and that's exactly where they stayed before selecting Andre Drummond of Connecticut.

Three years ago, the Pistons also had the No. 7 pick and they landed Georgetown's Greg Monroe, who has arguably been their best player the past two seasons.

Pistons forward Charlie Villanueva is also a former No. 7 pick, being taken there by Toronto in 2005, and former Pistons guard Richard Hamilton, who helped Detroit win the 2004 NBA title, was the No. 7 overall pick by Washington in 1999.

Here's a look back at the last 20 No. 7 picks, where they came from, which team selected them and some notable players taken after the seventh pick.

• 2012: Harrison Barnes, North Carolina, Golden State.

Started all 81 games he played for the Warriors this season, averaging 9.2 points and 4.1 rebounds. Players taken later included Andre Drummond (9), Maurice Harkless (15) and Tyler Zeller (17).

• 2011: Bismack Biyombo, Republic of Congo, Sacramento

Has started 106 of 143 career games for Charlotte, averaging 5.0 points and 6.6 rebounds. Players taken later include Brandon Knight (8), Kemba Walker (9), Kenneth Faried (22), Kyle Singler (33) and Isaiah Thomas (60).