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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2019 6:48 am    Post subject: 2019 NBA Draft - Mock Ups compilation

I did this the last two years, time to do it again.

In this thread, I will be compiling the various mock drafts. We shall see how close to accurate they are. With the Lakers owning the #4 spot, it will be interesting.

NBA.com

Posted 15 May 2019

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No. 1: Zion Williamson | New Orleans Pelicans
Duke | Position: PF/C | Height: 6-7
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 1 (10)
Has unmatched athletic ability and all-around skills to become franchise-transforming centerpiece
 
No. 2: Ja Morant | Memphis Grizzlies
Murray St. | Position: PG | Height: 6-3
Status: Sophomore
Most Common: 2 (6)
Athletic playmaker who has the potential to lead a franchise with his speed, passing ability and versatile scoring

No. 3: R.J. Barrett | New York Knicks
Duke | Position: G/F | Height: 6-7
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 3 (6)
Potential superstar who can shoot, rebound and defend
 
No. 4: DeAndre Hunter | Los Angeles Lakers
Virginia | Position: SF/PF | Height: 6-7
Status: Sophomore
Most Common: 4 (5)
ACC Defensive Player of the Year will step in and help any team on defensive end, but his potential will depend on how he develops his offensive game
 
No. 5: Jarrett Culver | Cleveland Cavaliers
Texas Tech | Position: SG | Height: 6-6
Status: Sophomore
Most Common: 4, 5 (3)
Multifaceted wing with all-around game that should translate well to NBA; Can hit mid-range jumper and defend

No. 6: Darius Garland | Phoenix Suns
Vanderbilt | Position: PG | Height: 6-2
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 6 (7)
Shoot-first point guard can score anywhere on the court; Also has speed and playmaking ability

No. 7: Cameron Reddish | Chicago Bulls
Duke | Position: SG/SF | Height: 6-7
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 8 (5)
Has size and talent to become star scorer and has decent playmaking skills, but questions remain about effort and consistency

No. 8: Coby White | Atlanta Hawks
North Carolina | Position: PG/SG | Height: 6-5
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 7 (7)
Lightning-quick point guard can shine in transition; Talented spot-up shooter who can score off pick and roll while playing either backcourt position

No. 9: Jaxson Hayes | Washington Wizards
Texas | Position: PF/C | Height: 6-11
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 10 (3)
Raw, athletic big man has size and agility to become major finisher above the rim; Long wingspan and quickness make him potentially elite rim protector

No. 10: Sekou Doumbouya | Atlanta Hawks
Limoges CSP/France | Position: SF/PF | Height: 6-9
Status: International
Most Common: 9 (3)
Physically impressive but untested international talent has big upside thanks to size and potential as a shooter and defender

No. 11: Romeo Langford | Minnesota Timberwolves
Indiana | Position: G | Height: 6-6
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 10 (2)
Has shown ability to create shots with length and a quick first step, but 3-point shooting (27.2 percent) might scare off some

No. 12: Nassir Little | Charlotte Hornets
North Carolina | Position: SF | Height: 6-6
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 9 (2)
Has the size and quickness to play several positions; raw talent who needs to improve shooting (26.9 percent on 3s)

No. 13: Bol Bol | Miami Heat
Oregon | Position: C | Height: 7-2
Status: Freshman
Most Common: 10, 12 (2)
Not quite as tall as his father, Manute, but still a physical specimen who has surprising agility and shooting ability

No. 14: Brandon Clarke | Boston Celtics
Gonzaga | Position: PF | Height: 6-8
Status: Junior
Most Common: 11 (2)
Versatile defender with explosive athleticism; Offensive game needs work, and his age (22) could make teams wary

Last updated: May 14, 2019


ESPN.com

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1. Zion Williamson
2. Ja Morant
3. R.J. Barrett

4. Darius Garland

5. De’Andre Hunter
6. Jarrett Culver
7. Coby White
8. Cam Reddish
9. Sekou Doumbouya
10. Jaxson Hayes
11. Brandon Clarke
12. P.J. Washington
13. Bol Bol
14. Kevin Porter Jr.

Last updated: May 14


The Ringer

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1. Zion Williamson
2. R.J. Barrett
3. Ja Morant

4. De’Andre Hunter

5. Jarrett Culver
6. Darius Garland
7. Coby White
8. Cam Reddish
9. Sekou Doumbouya
10. Jaxson Hayes
11. Brandon Clarke
12. Bol Bol
13. Romeo Langford
14. Nassir Little

Last updated: May 14


The Athletic

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1. Zion Williamson
2. Ja Morant
3. R.J. Barrett

4. Jarrett Culver

5. De'Andre Hunter
6. Darius Garland
7. Coby White
8. Cam Reddish
9. Nassir Little
10. Jaxson Hayes
11. Sekou Doumbouya
12. Rui Hachimura
13. P.J. Washington
14. Brandon Clarke

Last updated: May 14


Sports Illustrated

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1.New Orleans Pelicans  PELICANS: ZION WILLIAMSON, PF, DUKE
Height: 6'7" | Weight: 285 | Freshman
2. Memphis Grizzlies  GRIZZLIES: JA MORANT, PG, MURRAY STATE
Height: 6’3” | Weight: 175 | Sophomore
3. New York Knicks KNICKS: RJ BARRETT, G/F, DUKE
Height: 6'7" | Weight: 200 | Freshman

4.Los Angeles Lakers  LAKERS: JARRETT CULVER, SG, TEXAS TECH
Height: 6’6” | Weight: 195 | Sophomore

It will be curious to see what the Lakers do with this selection, knowing that winning big is imperative with LeBron James on board, and with the recent instability within the organization. Although leaping up from No. 11 to No. 4 (and with a 2.8% chance of doing so) is a huge win, it’s safe to say that the trade value of this pick, at a glance, may not be great. The consensus among NBA executives is that this spot is where the talent level starts to flatten out. While Culver lacks the projectable star power of the players listed ahead of him, he has the makings of a strong supporting option at the next level. He’ll have to continue improving his jumper to maximize his potential, but his trajectory over the past couple of seasons has been impressive. The Lakers will have their choice of whoever’s left, but nailing this pick may be a challenge, and it’s where the draft starts to get interesting.

5. Cleveland Cavaliers CAVALIERS: CAM REDDISH, SF, DUKE
Height: 6'8" | Weight: 220 | Freshman
6. Phoenix Suns  SUNS: DARIUS GARLAND, PG, VANDERBILT
Height: 6'3" | Weight: 170 | Freshman
7.Chicago Bulls BULLS: COBY WHITE, G, NORTH CAROLINA
Height: 6’5” | Weight: 185 | Freshman
8.Atlanta Hawks  HAWKS: DE'ANDRE HUNTER, F, VIRGINIA
Height: 6’7” | Weight: 225 | Sophomore
9. Washington Wizards  WIZARDS: JAXSON HAYES, C, TEXAS
Height: 6’11” | Weight: 220 | Freshman
10.Atlanta Hawks  HAWKS: GOGA BITADZE, C, KK BUDUCNOST
Height: 6'11" | Weight: 245 | Age: 19
11.Minnesota Timberwolves  TIMBERWOLVES: NASSIR LITTLE, F, NORTH CAROLINA
Height: 6’6” | Weight: 220 | Freshman
12. Charlotte Hornets  HORNETS: SEKOU DOUMBOUYA, F, LIMOGES
Height: 6’9” | Weight: 230 | Age: 18
13.Miami Heat HEAT: KEVIN PORTER JR., SG, USC
Height: 6'5" | Weight: 220 | Freshman
14. Boston Celtics   CELTICS (VIA KINGS): PJ WASHINGTON, PF, KENTUCKY
Height: 6'7" | Weight: 230 | Sophomore
15.Detroit Pistons  PISTONS:  ROMEO LANGFORD, SG, INDIANA
Height: 6'6" | Weight: 215 | Freshman
16.Orlando Magic  MAGIC: RUI HACHIMURA, GONZAGA
Height: 6'8" | Weight: 230 | Junior
17.Brooklyn Nets  NETS: BOL BOL, C, OREGON
Height: 7'2" | Weight: 235 | Freshman
18. Indiana Pacers  PACERS: TYLER HERRO, SG, KENTUCKY
Height: 6’5” | Weight: 190 | Freshman
19.San Antonio Spurs  SPURS: KZ OKPALA, SF, STANFORD
Height: 6’8” | Weight: 215 | Sophomore
20. Boston Celtics  CELTICS (VIA CLIPPERS: NICKEIL ALEXANDER-WALKER, SG, VIRGINIA TECH
Height: 6'5" | Weight: 205 | Sophomore
21.Oklahoma City Thunder  THUNDER: MATISSE THYBULLE, SG, WASHINGTON
Height: 6’5” | Weight: 200 | Senior
22. Boston Celtics  CELTICS: LUGUENTZ DORT, G, ARIZONA STATE
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 215 | Freshman
23. Utah Jazz  JAZZ: KELDON JOHNSON, G/F, KENTUCKY
Height: 6'6" | Weight: 210 | Freshman
24.Philadelphia 76ers  SIXERS: CAMERON JOHNSON, SF, NORTH CAROLINA
Height: 6’8” | Weight: 210 | Senior
25. Portland Trail Blazers  BLAZERS: BRANDON CLARKE, PF, GONZAGA
Height: 6’8” | Weight: 210 | Junior
26. Cleveland Cavaliers  CAVS (VIA ROCKETS): NIC CLAXTON, F/C, GEORGIA
Height: 6’11” | Weight: 200 | Sophomore
27.Brooklyn Nets  NETS (VIA NUGGETS): CARSEN EDWARDS, G, PURDUE
Height: 6’1” | Weight: 200 | Junior
28.Golden State Warriors  WARRIORS: BRUNO FERNANDO, C, MARYLAND
Height: 6’10” | Weight: 235 | Sophomore
29.San Antonio Spurs  SPURS (VIA RAPTORS): NEEMIAS QUETA, C, UTAH STATE
Height: 6’11” | Weight: 240 | Freshman
30.Milwaukee Bucks  BUCKS: MFIONDU KABENGELE, PF, FLORIDA STATE
Height: 6’9” | Weight: 240 | Sophomore

Last updated: May 14


Bleacher Report

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1. New Orleans Pelicans: Zion Williamson (Duke, PF/C, Freshman)
2. Memphis Grizzlies: Ja Morant (Murray State, PG, Sophomore)
3. New York Knicks: RJ Barrett (Duke, SG/SF, Freshman)
4. Los Angeles Lakers: De'Andre Hunter (Virginia, SF/PF, Sophomore)

After jumping up to No. 4 during the lottery, the Los Angeles Lakers may want to call the New Orleans Pelicans and ask who they'd want them to draft in case an Anthony Davis trade regains traction.

De'Andre Hunter used the national title game (27 points) to presumably secure a spot in the tier that follows Williamson, Morant and Barrett.

A 43.8 percent three-point shooter and the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Hunter would be a fit for practically every team in the lottery. The 6'7", 225-pound forward can be immediately useful in L.A. alongside LeBron James with his ability to stretch the floor, attack closeouts and switch onto any position.

However, he'll need to improve in the shot-creation department to become more than a role player.

5. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jarrett Culver (Texas Tech, SG, Sophomore)
6. Phoenix Suns: Darius Garland (Vanderbilt, PG, Freshman)
7. Chicago Bulls: Coby White (North Carolina, PG/SG, Freshman)
8. Atlanta Hawks: Cam Reddish (Duke, SG/SF, Freshman)
9. Washington Wizards: Bol Bol (Oregon, C, Freshman)
10. Atlanta Hawks (via Mavericks): Romeo Langford (Indiana, SG, Freshman)
11. Minnesota Timberwolves: Sekou Doumbouya (France, SF/PF, 2000)
12. Charlotte Hornets: Jaxson Hayes (Texas, C, Freshman)
13. Miami Heat: Kevin Porter Jr. (USC, SG, Freshman)
14. Boston Celtics (via Kings): Goga Bitadze (Georgia, C, 1999)
15. Detroit Pistons: PJ Washington (Kentucky, PF, Sophomore)
16. Orlando Magic: Nickeil Alexander-Walker (Virginia Tech, PG/SG, Sophomore)
17. Brooklyn Nets: Rui Hachimura (Gonzaga, PF, Junior)
18. Indiana Pacers: Keldon Johnson (Kentucky, SG/SF, Freshman)
19. San Antonio Spurs: Brandon Clarke (Gonzaga, PF/C, Junior)
20. Boston Celtics (via Clippers): Tyler Herro (Kentucky, SG, Freshman)
21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Matisse Thybulle (Washington, SF, Senior)
22. Boston Celtics: Chuma Okeke (Auburn, PF, Sophomore)
23. Utah Jazz: Nassir Little (North Carolina, SF, Freshman)
24. Philadelphia 76ers: Grant Williams (Tennessee, PF, Junior)
25. Portland Trail Blazers: Cameron Johnson (North Carolina, SF, Senior)
26. Cleveland Cavaliers (via Rockets): Talen Horton-Tucker (Iowa State, SG/SF, Freshman)
27. Brooklyn Nets (via Nuggets): Mfiondu Kabengele (Florida State, C, Sophomore)
28. Golden State Warriors: Ty Jerome (Virginia, PG/SG, Junior)
29. San Antonio Spurs (via Raptors): Isaiah Roby (Nebraska, PF/C, Junior)
30. Milwaukee Bucks: Daniel Gafford (Arkansas, C, Sophomore)

Last updated: May 14


CBS Sports

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com) (Kyle Boone version)

Code:
1 PELICANS Zion Williamson | Duke | Fr | PF | 6-7
2 GRIZZLIES Ja Morant | Murray St. | Soph | PG | 6-3
3 KNICKS RJ Barrett | Duke | Fr | SF | 6-7

4 LAKERS De'Andre Hunter | Virginia | SF | 6-7

The ultimate plug-and-play prospect in this class, Hunter is a gem who can be a role player from day one. He's not going to be a star, but with LeBron entering his prime, the Lakers need a sound two-way player and Hunter can be exactly that. He shot 43.8% from 3-point range last season for the title-winning Cavaliers, and showed himself a versatile defender who can guard numerous positions.

5 CAVALIERS Cam Reddish | Duke | Fr | SF | 6-8
6 SUNS Darius Garland | Vanderbilt | Fr | PG | 6-2
7 BULLS Coby White | North Carolina | Fr | PG | 6-5
8 HAWKS Jarrett Culver | Texas Tech | Soph | SG | 6-6
9 WIZARDS Nassir Little | N. Carolina | Fr | SF | 6-6
10 HAWKS Brandon Clarke | Gonzaga | Jr | PF | 6-8
11 TIMBERWOLVES Rui Hachimura | Gonzaga | Jr | PF | 6-8
12 HORNETS Jaxson Hayes | Texas | Fr | PF | 6-11
13 HEAT Grant Williams | Tennessee | Jr | PF | 6-7
14 CELTICS Sekou Doumbouya | France  | SF | 6-9
15 PISTONS KZ Okpala | Stanford | Soph | SF | 6-9
16 MAGIC PJ Washington | Kentucky | Soph | SG | 6-8
17 NETS Romeo Langford | Indiana | Fr | SG | 6-6
18 PACERS Kevin Porter Jr. | USC | Fr | SG | 6-6
19 SPURS Luguentz Dort | Arizona State | Fr | SG | 6-4
20 CELTICS (Pick acquired via trade with Los Angeles Clippers) Keldon Johnson | Kentucky | Fr | SG | 6-6
21 THUNDER Nickeil Alexander-Walker | Virginia Tech | Soph | SG |  6-5
22 CELTICS Bol Bol | Oregon | Fr | C | 7-2
23 JAZZ Tyler Herro | Kentucky | Fr | SG | 6-5
24 76ERS Ty Jerome | Virginia | Jr | SG | 6-5
25 TRAIL BLAZERS Talen Horton-Tucker | Iowa St. | Fr | SF | 6-4
26 CAVALIERS (Pick acquired via trade with Houston) Cameron Johnson | North Carolina | SF | 6-9
27 NETS (Pick acquired via trade with Denver) Admiral Schofield | Tennessee | PF | Jr | 6-6
28 WARRIORS Mfioundu Kabengele | Florida State | Soph | PF | 6-10
29 SPURS (Pick acquired via trade with Toronto) Matisse Thybulle | Washington | Sr | SG | 6-5
30 BUCKS Daniel Gafford | Arkansas | C | Soph | 6-11

Last updated: May 14


CBS Video Mock Draft

Published 15 May 2019

1. New Orleans Pelicans, Zion Williamson
2. Memphis Grizzlies, JA Morant
3. NY Knicks, RJ Barrett
4. LA Lakers, De'Andre Hunter

I stopped watching after this.

Basketball Insiders

Posted 14 May 2019 (visible through NBA.com)

Code:
1. Zion Williamson
2. Ja Morant
3. R.J. Barrett

4. De’Andre Hunter

5. Jarrett Culver
6. Darius Garland
7. Coby White
8. Cam Reddish
9. Jaxson Hayes
10. Bol Bol
11. Romeo Langford
12. Daniel Gafford
13. Nassir Little
14. Bruno Fernando

Last updated: May 14


Basketball Insiders

This one holds the picks as predicted by various writers.

Code:
Pick #   Team   Drew Maresca   Jesse Blancarte   Spencer Davies   Steve Kyler
1   New Orleans Pelicans   Zion Williamson PF | Duke   Zion Williamson PF | Duke   Zion Williamson PF | Duke   Zion Williamson PF | Duke

2   Memphis Grizzlies   Ja Morant PG | Murray St.   RJ Barrett SG | Duke   RJ Barrett SG | Duke   Ja Morant PG | Murray St.

3   New York Knicks   RJ Barrett SG | Duke   Ja Morant PG | Murray St.   Cameron Reddish SG/SF | Duke   RJ Barrett SG | Duke

4   Los Angeles Lakers   Darius Garland PG | Vanderbilt   Jarrett Culver SG | Texas Tech   Ja Morant PG | Murray St.   DeAndre Hunter SF/PF | Virginia

5   Cleveland Cavaliers   DeAndre Hunter SF/PF | Virginia   DeAndre Hunter SF/PF | Virginia   DeAndre Hunter SF/PF | Virginia   Jarrett Culver SG | Texas Tech

6   Phoenix Suns   Coby White PG/SG | North Carolina   Darius Garland PG | Vanderbilt   Darius Garland PG | Vanderbilt   Darius Garland PG | Vanderbilt

7   Chicago Bulls   Jarrett Culver SG | Texas Tech   Coby White PG/SG | North Carolina   Coby White PG/SG | North Carolina   Coby White PG/SG | North Carolina

8   Atlanta Hawks   Cameron Reddish SG/SF | Duke   Cameron Reddish SG/SF | Duke   Jarrett Culver SG | Texas Tech   Cameron Reddish SG/SF | Duke

9   Washington Wizards   Romeo Langford SG | Indiana   Jaxson Hayes PF/C | Texas   Jaxson Hayes PF/C | Texas   Jaxson Hayes PF/C | Texas

10   Atlanta Hawks   Jaxson Hayes PF/C | Texas   Romeo Langford SG | Indiana   Bol Bol C | Oregon   Bol Bol C | Oregon

11   Minnesota Timberwolves   Bol Bol C | Oregon   Nassir Little SF | North Carolina   Romeo Langford SG | Indiana   Romeo  Langford SG | Indiana

12   Charlotte Hornets   Sekou Doumbouya SF/PF | Limoges CSP   Bol Bol C | Oregon   Nassir Little SF | North Carolina   Daniel Gafford PF/C | Arkansas

13   Miami Heat   Brandon Clarke PF/C | Gonzaga   KZ Okpala SG/SF | Stanford   Sekou Doumbouya SF/PF | Limoges CSP   Nassir Little SF | North Carolina

14   Boston Celtics   Rui Hachimura SF/PF | Gonzaga   Sekou Doumbouya SF/PF | Limoges CSP   Keldon Johnson SG/SF | Kentucky   Bruno Fernando C | Maryland

15   Detroit Pistons   PJ Washington PF | Kentucky   Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG | Virginia Tech   KZ Okpala SG/SF | Stanford   Rui Hachimura SF/PF | Gonzaga

16   Orlando Magic   KZ Okpala SG/SF | Stanford   Rui Hachimura SF/PF | Gonzaga   Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG | Virginia Tech   Carsen Edwards PG | Purdue

17   Brooklyn Nets   Ty Jerome PG | Virginia   Keldon Johnson SG/SF | Kentucky   Rui Hachimura SF/PF | Gonzaga   Sekou Doumbouya SF/PF | Limoges CSP

18   Indiana Pacers   Goga Bitadze C | Mega Bemax   Daniel Gafford PF/C | Arkansas   Cameron Johnson SF | North Carolina   Brandon Clarke PF/C | Gonzaga

19   San Antonio Spurs   Nassir Little SF | North Carolina   Bruno Fernando C | Maryland   Bruno Fernando C | Maryland   Naz Reid C | LSU

20   Boston Celtics   Cameron Johnson SF | North Carolina   Brandon Clarke PF/C | Gonzaga   Goga Bitadze C | Mega Bemax   Ty Jerome PG | Virginia

21   Oklahoma City Thunder   Kevin Porter SG/SF | USC   Goga Bitadze C | Mega Bemax   Daniel Gafford PF/C | Arkansas   Keldon Johnson SG/SF | Kentucky

22   Boston Celtics   Keldon Johnson SG/SF | Kentucky   Ty Jerome PG | Virginia   Ty Jerome PG | Virginia   Matisse Thybulle
SG/SF | Washington

23   Utah Jazz   Daniel Gafford PF/C | Arkansas   PJ Washington PF | Kentucky   Brandon Clarke PF/C | Gonzaga   KZ Okpala
SG/SF | Stanford

24   Philadelphia 76ers   Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG | Virginia Tech   Tyler Herro SG | Kentucky   Tyler Herro SG | Kentucky   Cameron Johnson SF | North Carolina

25   Portland Trail Blazers   Tyler Herro SG | Kentucky   Talen Horton-Tucker SF | Iowa St.   Louis King SF | Oregon   Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG | Virginia Tech

26   Cleveland Cavaliers   Matisse Thybulle SG/SF | Washington   Grant Williams PF | Tennessee   Grant Williams PF | Tennessee   Louis King SF | Oregon

27   Brooklyn Nets   Grant Williams PF | Tennessee   Charles Bassey C | Western Kentucky   Talen Horton-Tucker SF | Iowa St.   Grant Williams PF | Tennessee

28   Golden State Warriors   Naz Reid C | LSU   Matisse Thybulle SG/SF | Washington   Jalen McDaniels PF | San Diego St.   Tyler Herro SG | Kentucky

29   San Antonio Spurs   Bruno Fernando C | Maryland   Louis King SF | Oregon   PJ Washington PF | Kentucky   PJ Washington PF | Kentucky

30   Milwaukee Bucks   Carsen Edwards PG | Purdue   Naz Reid C | LSU   Naz Reid C | LSU   Kevin Porter SG/SF | USC


NBADraft.net

Posted 15 May 2019

Code:
1 New Orleans Zion Williamson 6-6 280 PF Duke Fr.
2 Memphis Ja Morant 6-3 175 PG Murray St. So.
3 New York RJ Barrett 6-7 210 SG Duke Fr.
4  LA Lakers DeAndre Hunter 6-7 225 SF/PF Virginia So.
5 *Cleveland Coby White 6-5 185 PG/SG North Carolina Fr.
6 Phoenix Darius Garland 6-2 175 PG Vanderbilt Fr.
7 Chicago Jarrett Culver 6-6 195 SG Texas Tech So.
8 Atlanta Cameron Reddish 6-7 215 SG/SF Duke Fr.
9 Washington Jaxson Hayes 6-11 220 PF/C Texas Fr.
10 *Atlanta Rui Hachimura 6-8 235 SF/PF Gonzaga Jr.
11 Minnesota Nassir Little 6-6 220 SF North Carolina Fr.
12 Charlotte Bruno Fernando 6-10 245 C Maryland So.
13 Miami Sekou Doumbouya 6-9 230 SF/PF France Intl.
14 *Boston Nickeil Alexande... 6-5 205 SG Virginia Tech So.
15 Detroit Keldon Johnson 6-6 215 SG/SF Kentucky Fr.
16 Orlando KZ Okpala 6-8 195 SG/SF Stanford So.
17 Brooklyn Romeo Langford 6-6 210 SG Indiana Fr.
18 Indiana Bol Bol 7-2 235 C Oregon Fr.
19 San Antonio Charles Bassey 6-10 245 PF/C Western Kentu... Fr.
20 *Boston Goga Bitadze 6-11 250 C Rep. of Georgia Intl.
21 Oklahoma Cty Tyler Herro 6-5 195 SG Kentucky Fr.
22 Boston Daniel Gafford 6-10 230 PF/C Arkansas So.
23 Utah Brandon Clarke 6-8 215 PF/C Gonzaga Jr.
24 *Philadelphia Naz Reid 6-10 250 C LSU Fr.
25 Portland Mfiondu Kabengele 6-10 250 PF/C Florida St. So.
26 *Cleveland Matisse Thybulle 6-6 200 SG/SF Washington Sr.
27 *Brooklyn PJ Washington 6-8 235 PF Kentucky So.
28 Golden St. Jordan Nwora 6-7 225 SF Louisville So.
29 *San Antonio Cameron Johnson 6-8 210 SF North Carolina Sr.
30 *Milwaukee Ty Jerome 6-5 200 PG Virginia Jr.


EDIT: left out any mock ups done before the lottery on 14 May.

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