Many of the anti-DeMar posters on this board (sorry that's an aggressive term, but I can't think of a better one unfortunately) are willing to deal him if it means a lottery pick coming back our way.
The following graph illustrates why it does not make sense to trade DeRozan unless you are getting a top 3-5 pick back.
That graph shows the percentage of lottery picks at each slot (#1-#14) that make the all-star team at least ONCE in their careers. As you can see, if DeMar is traded for a pick outside the top 5, we're trading him for on average a 16% chance of getting a player who will eventually see an all-star game.
Does this make any logical sense? No it doesn't. It's a huge gamble, with an 84% chance of biting us in the ass. That's why I always say no to these trades that I see where we trade DeMar for the 7th pick (10% chance of all-star, see McHappy's thread), or the Cavs pick (9th) or whatever.
I guess some of you are saying now, "B-b-b-but that player could be better than DeMar!!!" Sure... they could, but the above graph shows us that a player drafted 6-10 has a like a 2% chance of being a HOFer (which imo, if you go a tier above DeMar, you get players that will be in the Hall when they retire). So that's pretty much a dud.
Trading DeMar for anything that's not a top 5 pick is borderline foolish... wait no it ACTUALLY IS foolish and I really hope Masai doesn't do it unless some dream scenario happens where Wiggins slips out of the top 5 and even then I'd be hesitant. I'm not a fanboy and neither are other DeMar supporters who share this view. It doesn't make any statistical or logical sense.