1. Minnesota Timberwolves: Karl-Anthony Towns, Kentucky, 7-0, 250, center, freshman
Towns is a skilled two-way big man with NBA size to rebound and block shots immediately. He has upside offensively and is ahead of Jahlil Okafor athletically.
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2. L.A. Lakers: Jahlil Okafor, Duke, 6-11, 270, center, Duke, freshman
Okafor is a classic post-up player with intelligence who would not fit a high-tempo team well. He played more than Karl-Anthony Towns and won a title.
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3. Philadelphia 76ers: D'Angelo Russell, Ohio State, 6-5, 193, point guard/shooting guard, freshman
Russell is a creative, composed combo guard. The lefty averaged 19.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.0 assists and gets James Harden comparisons. He will need time.
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4. New York Knicks: Kristaps Porzingis, Latvia, 7-1, 220, power forward, n/a
Porzingis needs to get stronger but he has ability to score from the paint to the 3-point line as a 7-footer. He would have been a mid-first round pick last year.
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5. Orlando Magic: Justise Winslow, Duke, 6-6 ½, 222, shooting guard, freshman
Winslow is a lefthanded scorer with versatility, efficiency and potential in his jump shot. He is a good defender because of his high effort and athleticism.
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6. Sacramento Kings: Emmanuel Mudiay, Congo, 6-5, 190, point guard, n/a
Mudiay, a Congo native, signed with SMU but played in China. He is a true point guard with size and pick-and-roll ability. He needs to improve his jump shot.
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7. Denver Nuggets: Mario Hezonja, Croatia, 6-8, 215, shooting guard, n/a
Hezonja can score in a variety of ways and can compete athletically but he will have to prove he has the strength, defense and team play to fit in the NBA.
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8. Detroit Pistons: Stanley Johnson, Arizona, 6-6 ½, 242, small forward, freshman
Johnson has a better NBA physique than most pros. He projects to be an ideal small forward at each end. He is competitive and defends guards and forwards.
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9. Charlotte Hornets: Devin Booker, Kentucky, 6-6, 206, shooting guard, freshman
Booker is not very skilled beyond his shot but he has deep shooting range. He has good court acumen and quieted athleticism concerns with the combine's fastest shuttle run and lane agility run.
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10. Miami Heat: Sam Dekker, Wisconsin, 6-9, 219, small forward, junior
Dekker was a NCAA tourney star as an energetic, versatile scorer with great size and ball-handling to be a wing. His perimeter shot remains unproven.
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11. Indiana Pacers: Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky, 7-0 ½, 242, center, junior
Cauley-Stein will be drafted mostly for defense. With great size and agility, he can cover the pick-and-roll and be a rim protector. He is limited offensively.
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12. Utah Jazz: Myles Turner, Texas, 6-11 ½, 239, power forward/center, freshman
Turner has the size, length and shooting range to be a stretch big man who can defend and rebound too. He is not a smooth runner and must get stronger.
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13. Phoenix Suns: Frank Kaminsky, Wisconsin, 7-1, 231, center, senior
Kaminsky has a refined inside-outside offensive game. As a four-year player, he could contribute immediately but lack of athleticism and strength is a concern.
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14. Oklahoma City Thunder: Cameron Payne, Murray State, 6-1 ½, 183, point guard, sophomore
Payne is a quick, smart point guard who can score (20 ppg) and distribute (6 apg). The lefthander does not have athleticism to compensate for his thin frame.
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15. Atlanta Hawks: Bobby Portis, Arkansas, 6-10 ½, 246, power forward, sophomore
Portis has the ability to be a stretch power forward. He improved his game during two college years. He is developing a post game and is aggressive with it.
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16. Boston Celtics: Kelly Oubre, Kansas, 6-7, 203, small forward, freshman
Oubre is a thin but tall and athletic wing with shooting ability, although it dropped off in limited action. Workouts will be important for his stock.
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17. Milwaukee Bucks: Trey Lyles, Kentucky, 6-10, 245, power forward, freshman
Lyles has shooting range and smooth footwork but is an average athlete with defensive questions. He was inconsistent in a platoon but finished strong.
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18. Houston Rockets: Jerian Grant, Notre Dame, 6-4, 198, point guard, senior
Grant is a fifth-year senior who has ideal point guard size and smarts to help a team. Harvey Grant's son is a playmaker who can slash with an improved shot.
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19. Washington Wizards: Kevon Looney, UCLA, 6-9, 222, small forward, freshman
Looney has the athleticism, length, motor and feel for the game to get him on draft boards. He has a high end with more bulk and shooting range.
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20. Toronto Raptors: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona, 6-7, 211, small forward, sophomore
Hollis-Jefferson is capable of guarding multiple positions with good wing size. He can score in transition and drives but his jump shot is a major concern.
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21. Dallas Mavericks: Tyus Jones, Duke, 6-2, 185, point guard, freshman
Jones has some of the same qualities for floor leadership and big-shot ability that put Tyler Ennis in this draft range. He is small but is an excellent playmaker.
22. Chicago Bulls: Justin Anderson, Virginia, 6-6, 231, shooting guard, junior
Anderson looks and plays like a smart NBA defender with a strong physique and leaping ability. His offense developed to make him a 3-and-D prospect.
23. Portland Trail Blazers: Rashad Vaughn, Nevada-Las Vegas, 6-5, 199, shooting guard, freshman
Vaughn was averaging 17.8 points per game until his season ended due to knee surgery for a meniscus tear. He is a quality spot-up or off-the-dribble shooter who needs seasoning as a ball-handler and defender.
24. Cleveland Cavaliers: Terry Rozier, Louisville, 6-2, 190, point guard, sophomore
Rozier could be a combo guard who brings athleticism and toughness. He has defensive and mid-range shooting ability but his passing and long-range shot are still in development. His improvement from his freshman year to sophomore year projects well.
25. Memphis Grizzlies: R.J. Hunter, Georgia State, 6-6, 185, shooting guard, junior
Hunter has a variety of shots, although his shooting dipped this season before his NCAA tourney fame. He lacks athleticism but defends well and plays confidently.
26. San Antonio Spurs: Montrezl Harrell, Louisville, 6-7 ½, 253, power forward, junior
Harrell is undersized but makes up for it with length and energy. He will be an impact rebounder with his hustle and toughness and a jump shot is in progress.
27. L.A. Lakers: Chris McCullough, Syracuse, 6-9, 199, power forward, freshman
McCullough better hope he slips into the first round or declaring was a mistake, particularly after a torn ACL and an in-season face for the athletic freshman.
28. Boston Celtics: Jarell Martin, Louisiana State, 6-9, 239, power forward, sophomore
Martin is a tweener who is good at a few things but rebounding might be his immediate way to make the cut because he is strong and mobile.
29. Brooklyn Nets: Delon Wright, Utah, 6-5 ½, 181, point guard, senior
Wright has ideal point guard size and can pass and defend well. His detriments are his age (23) and his shooting but maybe big brother, Dorrell, has helped that.
30. Golden State Warriors: Joseph Young, Oregon, 6-2, 182, point guard/shooting guard, senior
Young is a pure scorer who can spot up, be quick off pick-and-rolls and convert from long range. He averaged at least 18 points for three consecutive seasons but his NBA chances depend on him overcoming his size on defense and improving his playmaking for others on offense.
Edited by Punkflowz, 24 June 2015 - 07:24 PM.