Mark Wahlen & Zach Milner
Mark & Zach are NBA draft analysts & contributors to The Five By 5.
In this mock draft, with Zach selecting 1st, Mark and Zach alternated drafting pick by pick. Each team's draft history & tendencies were taken into account, as were the team's roster needs when making each pick. However, Zach & Mark also allowed room for their own opinions when making picks, based on what they deemed would be best for the team & organization. Additionally, if there's an in-depth scouting report available for the player shown, click their name to be taken to their report.
1. Phoenix Suns: DeAndre Ayton
With the recent hire of Utah Jazz assistant Igor Kokoskov, many would think that the Suns would target Luka Doncic with the #1 pick (Igor coached Luka’s Serbian national team). But Ayton still remains as the highest upside player in this draft class, and that gives him a slight nod over Doncic, whose ceiling is perceived by most as being a slightly lower. Not to mention that the Suns are in desperate need of a legitimate big man to pair with Devin Booker and Josh Jackson. The local popularity of Ayton, who played college ball a couple hours away at the University of Arizona, will also be a strong pull for Suns management who need to find a way to reignite interest in the lowly Suns. The core of Devin Booker, Josh Jackson and DeAndre Ayton could be a force in the near future with Igor at the helm.
2. Sacramento Kings: Luka Doncic
Sacramento has already stated that they are more than happy to take whoever is leftover between Ayton and Doncic, and with Ayton going number one to Phoenix, it leaves them with Doncic. Doncic is definitely a better fit with this Kings roster than Ayton anyways because of the numerous front-court players they already have. In terms of skills, Doncic should be able to do a little bit of everything for the Kings as he excels with the ball is in his hands, but is also capable of playing off ball as a secondary ball handler and spot-up shooter. This is particularly important since the Kings already have De’Aaron Fox, who needs to have the ball in his hands to be most effective. Doncic also excels in transition, so it will be very interesting to see how he and De’Aaron Fox, who’s one of the fastest guys in the league, play alongside of each other.
3. Atlanta Hawks: Jaren Jackson Jr.
Jaren Jackson Jr. has the potential to be a DPOY candidate in the future and he seems like a better fit next to John Collins than Marvin Bagley III, as Bagley is essentially the same player as John Collins. JJJ will be able to stretch the floor while John Collins gets easy buckets around the hoop, and they’ll both be dangerous as rolling bigs in pick and rolls. Atlanta will also hope that JJJ will serve as a defensive anchor for them with his high level rim protection and switchability. Although, despite the fit concerns, reports indicate that the Hawks are enamored with Bagley, so we’ll see on draft night which direction they decide to go.
4. Memphis Grizzlies: Marvin Bagley III
Marvin Bagley III is the best player available at this spot in the draft, but he also fits the Memphis culture as a hard worker that plays with a high motor. He’s the exact kind of player that you’d think Memphis would want and would take. He’s explosive, very mobile, an elite rebounder and elite finisher around the rim. In particular, his ability to finish around the rim makes him intriguing for the Grizzlies, as he and Mike Conley could develop into one of the best pick and roll combo’s in the league. And although he still has some concerns on the defensive end of the floor, pairing him with Marc Gasol, who can anchor the Grizzlies defense, makes a lot of sense. But that’s assuming Gasol is still in Memphis when the beginning of the season comes around.
5. Dallas Mavericks: Mohamed Bamba
While Dallas would have loved to be in the top four of this draft, they get a player at 5 who might have the highest ceiling out of the entire draft class in Mohamed Bamba. And while a lot of people feel like Bamba has the highest ceiling in this class, he also has a chance to become a bust with a questionable motor, basketball IQ and slender frame. However, Dallas shouldn’t concern themselves too much with this risk as they’re in for a long-term rebuild, and have a strong head coach in Rick Carlisle, who should be able to help Bamba reach his ultimate potential. In terms of skills, Bamba has the ability to be a defensive anchor for Dallas with his length and shot-blocking instincts. There are some concerns about his offensive game, but he has been putting in the work with the legendary Drew Hanlen to polish up his shooting and other offensive skills. Don’t be surprised if Dallas tries to move up in this draft as Jaren Jackson Jr and Marvin Bagley III seem like perfect fits for their roster.
6. Orlando Magic: Trae Young
The Orlando Magic desperately need a point guard, especially after trading away Elfrid Payton for peanuts at the trade deadline. Enter Trae Young. Despite slowing down as the college season wore on, and being undersized, he’s still the best point guard prospect in this draft class by a wide margin. The Magic also need a player to get excited about after several disappointing seasons in a row, and Young will bring that in spades. His shooting and passing will also be a welcomed sight to a Magic team that’s loaded with bigs that need someone to space the floor and help create easy shots for them. Michael Porter Jr. would also be an interesting pick for them, but he’s too big of of a risk and too redundant on their roster for them to pass up on a point guard of Youngs’ caliber. Although, we wouldn’t put it past the Magics’ front office to take a guy like MPJ or Mikal Bridges with this pick, as they’ve historically drafted long & athletic prospects (same front office that drafted Giannis, Thon Maker, etc. during their time with the Bucks). Collin Sexton is also a sleeper picker here as another high level point guard prospect.
7. Chicago Bulls: Michael Porter Jr.
There’s definitely legitimate health concerns with Michael Porter Jr. after he missed nearly a full season of college basketball while recovering from back surgery. But you also can’t forget that MPJ was projected to be the top pick of this draft class before the college season started. If he’s healthy, Chicago would be more than happy to take him at this point in the draft, as he has the potential to develop into a primary or secondary scoring option as a playmaking 4 that will fit nicely alongside Lauri in their front-court.. Another intriguing player they might take a long look at with this pick is Miles Bridges, who’d make for an interesting small ball 4 alongside of Lauri.
8. Cleveland (via Nets): Collin Sexton
With LeBron’s free agency decision looming, the Cavs will have a tough decision to make. They have to decide whether they want to draft someone who’s the best for their teams future if LeBron leaves in free agency, or draft someone that will try and help convince LeBron to stay. Collin Sexton gives them a little bit of both worlds. Cleveland can be excited about starting a rebuild around a guy like Collin Sexton as he’s someone who’s passion and competitive fire is unmatched in this draft class. Or they can use Sexton next to LeBron as a primary ball-handler and creator (which is the type of player that LeBron has said publicly he’d like to play next to in the next phase of his career). And yes, there’s concerns about Sextons’ ability to be that primary ball handler and creator (along with his shooting and defense), but the fit makes too much sense for the Cavs to pass up on when considering their unique situation. Mikal or Miles Bridges would both be interesting picks here as well, but with the need of a point guard of the future so apparent, Sexton is the pick.
9. New York Knicks: Miles Bridges
Miles Bridges is the best player available at this spot in the draft (along with Mikal Bridges), and the Knicks need all the talent they can find. And even though some will argue that Wendell Carter Jr. is a more talented prospect, the fit of WCJ next to Kristaps Porzingis and Enes Kanter is more than questionable, with his defensive limitations on the perimeter and lack of playmaking skills off the dribble. Miles Bridges can do a little bit of everything, being able to play either on or off the ball, and he’ll be able to provide the Knicks with more versatile lineup options as a 3-4 combo forward that can space the floor or handle the ball. Mikal Bridges or Lonnie Walker IV would be interesting picks here as well.
10. Philadelphia 76ers: Mikal Bridges
There really isn’t much to explain with this pick, as it’s probably the most no-brainer pick in the entire draft. Mikal is a knock down spot-up shooter who doesn’t need the ball in his hands to be effective, and has nice defensive tools that will pair perfectly with Philly’s young up and coming roster. Mikal also played just down the street at Villanova University, so he’s already a known & popular name around Philly. It also wouldn’t be the most shocking thing if Philly used this pick in a trade for a higher end veteran NBA talent that could help them take the next step towards contending in the East.
11. Charlotte Hornets: Wendell Carter Jr.
The chronically disappointing Hornets could look to draft Duke big man Wendell Carter Jr, who’s arguably the best talent left on the board at this stage in the draft, and someone that would hopefully be an upgrade over Kaminsky, or develop into a near future replacement for Dwight Howard. The biggest question mark about Carter is his perimeter defense, but with Kaminsky setting a low bar for him to clear in that regard, it shouldn’t be hard for Carter to find a way to break into the Hornets rotation. It would also make a lot of sense for the Hornets to trade this pick in a deal that helped clear cap space and/or brought in an impact player to try and help convince Kemba Walker to stick around for another contract before he enters unrestricted free agency this next offseason.
12. LA Clippers: Lonnie Walker IV
The Clippers guard depth was decimated by injuries this past season, and while Austin Rivers did his best to try and help fill that void, it’s clear that they need to add more depth and talent to that position. Lonnie Walker has great upside for a combo guard at this stage in the draft, and should bring some much needed athleticism and shooting on day 1 to the Clippers rotation. If Lonnie can build upon the defensive and playmaking potential that he flashed during his freshman year of college, he could end up outplaying his draft position by a healthy margin. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander would also be an interesting choice here.
13. LA Clippers: Robert Williams III
There were a lot of rumors at this years trade deadline that the Clippers were looking to move big man DeAndre Jordan via trade, who’s long been the defensive anchor of the team. And there have been just as many rumors that DJ is ready to leave the Clippers this off-season in free agency after not being traded (that is, if he chooses to opt out of his player option). As such, the Clippers may want to find DJ’s potential replacement with one of their two back-to-back lottery picks in this years draft. Robert Williams III makes the most sense as he has the potential to do exactly what DJ has done for them in regards to rim protection, rebounding and being a highlight reel worthy lob target. His shooting and motor are obvious concerns, but Williams has the upside to be a high level big man in the mold of DJ. Mitchell Robinson would also be an interesting pick here, but would be a bit of a reach at this stage in the draft. It would also make sense for the Clippers to use this pick in a trade to add more veteran NBA talent as their management isn’t looking to go into a long rebuild, and they’ll already be picking up a young talent with the 12th pick.
14. Denver Nuggets: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
Despite a valiant late season surge, the Nuggets again ended their season in disappointment by just barely missing out on the playoffs. And although they have a fairly young and talented player at nearly every position, they’re still in need of a more solidified guard rotation (specifically, a point guard). This is especially true with the future of Will Barton undetermined as a free agent. This is where Shai makes a lot of sense for them. He’s a very long (6’11” wingspan) and multi-skilled guard that should be able to play either the 1 or 2 depending on the lineups he’s used in. He’d be a natural fit next to both of Gary Harris and Jamal Murray, who are more shooting guards than true point guards, as he can run an offense and pass the ball at a high level as a 1. He’s also an above average spot-up shooter for when he’s needed to play off ball. All this while being one of the younger players in the draft, and the Nuggets have themselves another fine young player to add into their rotations. Vertical explosiveness and strength are issues for Shai, but he’s got more to be excited about than worry about. Any of the remaining wing players would also be interesting here (Knox, Keita Bates-Diop, Hutchison, etc), as would be trading the pick for a more immediate impact NBA veteran.
15. Washington Wizards: Kevin Knox
The Wizards had quite a whirlwind of a season in which they thought they’d be legitimate contenders in the East, before their season ended by being unceremoniously ejected from the playoffs in the 1st round by the Toronto Raptors amid talks that the team didn’t like playing with their all-star point guard, John Wall. So, where do the Wizards go from here? They’re essentially cap locked with one of their long time core pieces, Marcin Gortat, seemingly on a slippery slope of age related decline. Not to mention their chronic lack of depth, rumored locker room problems, looming mega pay-day for John Wall and troubles staying healthy (I could go on). The simple answer is that the Wizards need to add as much talent as they can from this draft pick. This is where Kevin Knox, who’s a tier above the remaining players at this stage in the draft in terms of talent and upside, makes a lot of sense for them. His natural position will be as a stretch or playmaking 4, but he should be capable of playing some minutes at the 3 if needed due to his above average athleticism and decent ball handling skills. He and Kelly Oubre should make for a talented and dynamic wing/forward combo off the Wizards bench. And although Knox has his fair amount of concerns related to his motor, passing and defense, he has enough upside to one day take over for Otto Porter if the Wizards decide to move him in a trade. Keita Bates-Diop would also be an interesting pick here, as would be using the pick to shed salary
16. Phoenix Suns (via Heat): Zhaire Smith
The Suns already snagged Ayton with the 1st overall pick in this draft, and with another pick coming up at 31, the Suns can afford to swing for the fences here. Smith could be that player to take a swing at, as he’s one of the most athletic guards in the draft class with a surprisingly good skill foundation, particularly with his defense and spot-up shooting. There’s still major question marks about his ability to create off the dribble, but there’s a lot there to like with Smith. And with newly hired head coach Igor Kokoskov coming from the Utah Jazz where he oversaw (with great success) the player development of the Jazz’s guards, he should be well suited to harness and guide Smith along in his player development arc. Anfernee Simons would also be a very interesting pick here, as would be moving back in the draft a few spots to pick up additional assets and one of the many guards or wings projected to be drafted in this range.
17. Milwaukee Bucks: Jacob Evans III
The Swiss army knife of Cincinnati’s team the past couple years, Jacob Evans is a tough nosed defender, high-level shooter and good passer that every NBA team could use at the wing position (including the Bucks). Evans is a particularly appealing pick for the Bucks as a team that’s phasing out of their rebuild and towards becoming a hopeful contender in the East, as he’s someone who should be able to contribute on day 1 with his mature skill-set. He’s a bit undersized and will need to add more strength if he wants to compete for a starting position, and his ability to get to the bucket is questionable, but Evans has everything needed for a long and successful NBA career as a rotational 2 or 3. It also won’t hurt to have Evans on the roster when Khris Middleton’s contract comes up next offseason, potentially leaving the Bucks with an even weaker wing rotation if he decides to sign elsewhere.
18. San Antonio Spurs: Keita Bates-Diop
The once illustrious and seemingly impeccable San Antonio Spurs have suddenly found themselves at a crossroads this offseason, teetering on the brink of a complete rebuild (the likes of which the franchise hasn’t faced in nearly two decades) as their superstar Kawhi Leonard abandoned the team for the year with seemingly one foot out the door already as he heads into the last year of his contract. As such, the Spurs have some tough questions to ask & answer this off-season: do they risk trying to convince Kawhi to stay by putting more pieces around him? Or do they trade Kawhi and start completely over? Regardless of how they answer these questions, drafting Keita Bates-Diop should help as part of either answer. He’s an extremely long and decently athletic 3-4 combo wing that can shoot the ball at a high level. If they keep Kawhi, Keita will add some much needed talent, size, offensive firepower and defensive versatility to the roster. If they trade Kawhi, Keita has the potential to step into a larger role as a Kawhi stop-gap and become a future core piece to build around.
19. Atlanta Hawks (via Wolves): Aaron Holiday
With rumors swirling about the team moving on from current starting point guard Dennis Schroder via trade this offseason, Aaron Holiday would make for a nice point guard prospect to drop into that potential void. Holiday is a great floor general with high level passing and shooting that will be a natural pairing with JJJ (who they drafted at #3) and John Collins. And although he’s a bit undersized, Holiday has a great wingspan (6’7.5”) and skill set that will hopefully help make up the difference. However, defense is still a major concern. Troy Brown, Anfernee Simons, Chandler Hutchison, Melvin Frazier and others would also be good picks here (the Hawks could use a player at essentially every position, so pretty much any of the players in this range make sense for them).
20. Wolves (via Thunder): Troy Brown Jr.
The Wolves finally made it back to the playoffs this year after one of the longest playoff droughts in NBA history. However, it ended quickly at the hands of the Houston Rockets in the first round, and with rumors swirling about Jimmy Butler’s impending free agency in 2019, the trade availability of recently paid Andrew Wiggins, the teams lack of defense for yet another season, a possible head coaching change in the near future and a potentially crippling discord between Karl Anthony-Towns and the Wolves organization looming, they may have more questions than they have answers for. However, it doesn’t change the Wolves current roster needs one way or the other, as they’re in desperate need of more guard and wing depth. Troy Brown would make a lot of sense for them, as he can play a sort of point-forward role (similar to that of Evan Turner) with his size and surprisingly good ball handling and floor game. His shooting and athleticism are major concerns, but his tough nosed play style and lunch bucket attitude will be appealing to coach Thibs and the Wolves organization. Brown is also one of the younger prospects in the draft, so he has a good amount of upside for a pick at this stage in the draft. Anfernee Simons, Melvin Frazier Jr, Chandler Hutchison and Khyri Thomas would be interesting picks here, as would moving the pick for an NBA veteran or to dump Gorgui Dieng’s salary.
21. Utah Jazz: Anfernee Simons
The surprising and surging Jazz could swing for the fences with this pick by taking the relatively unknown Anfernee Simons, who’s one of the youngest players in this draft class after deciding to take advantage of a little known loophole in the CBA that will allow him to forgo college and make the jump straight into the NBA from high school. He’s known as a 3 level scoring guard with smooth & explosive athleticism that has drawn comparisons to a young Markelle Fultz and Damian Lillard (his NBA combine measurements are also strikingly similar to Lillards'), but his defense, passing, basketball IQ and strength are legitimate concerns. However, the Jazz need another scorer, shooter and playmaker next to Donovan Mitchell, and with the Jazz’s excellent history of player development, Simons and the Jazz seem like great partners. Getting someone with Simons’ upside this late in the draft would be a big win for the Jazz, but if they decided to look elsewhere for more immediate help, they’d have no shortage of good options. Jerome Robinson, Melvin Frazier Jr, Donte DiVincenzo and Grayson Allen are other players that Jazz will take a long look at here. It also wouldn’t be a bad idea if the Jazz tried to move up in the draft or traded this pick for a proven NBA talent that they could add to their young up and coming core.
22. Chicago Bulls (via Pelicans): Chandler Hutchison
Although he didn’t participate in any portions of the NBA draft combine, the talk coming out of the combine was that Chandler Hutchison had received a 1st round promise from the Bulls. And to be honest, it makes a lot of sense. The Bulls are in desperate need of wing depth and Hutchison is one of the most talented and NBA ready wings left on the board at this stage in the draft. His shooting (particularly off the dribble) and defense are still question marks, but Hutchison brings a lot to the table with a multi-skilled and mature game. His length, athleticism, spot-up shooting and ability to finish at the rim should translate well to the NBA, and will be a welcomed sight to the Bulls rotation come day 1 of next season.
23. Indiana Pacers: Khyri Thomas
The Pacers, much like the Utah Jazz, had a surprising season in which they saw Victor Oladipo transform into one of the most dynamic guards in the NBA and nearly upset the LeBron led Cavaliers in the 1st round of the playoffs. But despite all their progress, they’re still in need of more shooters and a guard/wing that can play alongside of Oladipo. This is where Thomas, an elite shooter and high level defending guard, makes perfect sense for them. Thomas should be able to come off the bench immediately for the Pacers, and if things go right for him and the Pacers, he could potentially start alongside of Oladipo as a combo guard sometime down the road.There’s concerns about Thomas’ ability to create off the dribble, and whether or not he can score in the half-court, but his fit next to Oladipo makes too much sense to pass up on. He’s also a high character guy that won’t get himself into trouble, and that’s something the Pacers front office values greatly in their draft prospects. Melvin Frazier, Donte DiVincenzo, Jerome Robinson, Shake Milton, Grayson Allen and Kevin Huerter would also make lot of sense here.
24. Portland Trailblazers: Melvin Frazier Jr.
After a tremendous showing at this years’ NBA draft combine where he measured a near 7’2” wingspan and showcased his elite defense and athleticism during the first day of the 5 on 5 action, Melvin Frazier will certainly be a name teams in the mid to late first round will discuss extensively. And with the Blazers in need of both more wing depth and perimeter defense, Frazier to the Blazers seems like a good fit for both sides. His offense (particularly his shooting and ability to create off the dribble) remains a question mark, but when playing alongside of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, those concerns seem much less worrisome than they might be for other NBA teams looking to draft Frazier.
25. LA Lakers (via Cavs): Mitchell Robinson
He’s a bit of a basket case, being considered one of the worst interviews in recent draft history, and having made some bizarre decisions about his collegiate career, but Robinson has elite physical tools, athleticism and a budding skill set that will make NBA teams take a long hard look at him throughout the entire first round. The Lakers could swing for the fences by picking Robinson, who has the potential to be a game changing defensive anchor with high offensive upside. But can he handle the LA and NBA lifestyle? De’Anthony Melton and Jontay Porter would also be interesting picks for the Lakers, but rumors coming out of the draft combine are that the Lakers have promised to take Robinson if he’s available.
26. Philadelphia 76ers: Donte DiVincenzo
Another prospect that impressed at the NBA combine with his play in the 5 on 5 action and athletic testing, DiVincenzo is a high character combo guard that projects well as a 6th man. With the future guard rotation of the 76ers looking a bit uncertain as JJ Reddick enters unrestricted free agency this summer, TJ McConnell looking for a pay day either this summer or the next, and Markelle Fultz hardly seeing the floor in the playoffs, it wouldn’t hurt to pick up a player like DiVincenzo (who also played at the local Villanova University) to help shore up any of the potential future gaps left by those players. It’s also possible that the 76ers look to move this pick in a deal that helps them shed salary or add another NBA veteran.
27. Boston Celtics: Jontay Porter
Despite not being on NBA teams’ radars before the season started, the younger brother of Michael Porter Jr. has made quite a name for himself as Missouri’s best and most consistent player. Jontay isn’t an elite athlete (which showed up during his combine testings), but he’s extremely smart and skilled. He’s an above average passer for a big man, a decent shooter, good rebounder and shows flashes on the defensive end of the floor. He’s also one of the youngest players in this draft class, so there’s a strong chance that his body and athleticism continue to improve. He should be able to play either the 4 or 5 in the NBA when in the right system, and the Celtics could always use another high basketball IQ big man that can help space the floor in their 5 out system. If all things go well for Jontay and the Celtics, he could end up being the steal of the draft and Al Horford’s replacement one day.
28. Golden State Warriors: Kevin Huerter
He wasn’t talked about a lot before heading into the NBA draft combine despite putting up numbers at Maryland this past season, but after testing extremely well in the athletic tests, and showcasing his elite shooting and above average playmaking in the 5 on 5 action at the combine, Huerter is no longer a name being slept on. And while the comparisons to Klay Thompson are a way overboard, Huerters’ size and elite shooting are strikingly similar to Klay (although, his defense and strength is not). The Warriors could always use more shooters with NBA size, and with Klay’s future as a Warrior somewhat of a question mark with his impending free agency in 2019 and rumors (of questionable legitimacy) of Golden State using him in a trade to land either Kawhi Leonard or Anthony Davis swirling, it wouldn’t be the worst idea for them to draft Huerter as a potential Klay gap filler. De’Anthony Melton, Jerome Robinson, Josh Okogie, Grayson Allen, Elie Okobo and Moritz Wagner would also be interesting options for the Warriors.
29. Brooklyn Nets (via Raptors): De’Anthony Melton
After missing this past season due to eligibility issues related to the FBI’s investigation into college basketball, De’Anthony Melton made a strong impression at the NBA draft combine with impressive measurable's, solid athletic testing numbers and a decent showing in the 5 on 5 action. For the Nets, who still have major question marks about who’s going to be a part of their future guard rotation, Melton makes a lot of sense as a high upside pick this late in the 1st round. His on ball defense and overall defensive instincts are some of the best in the draft class, and with what appears to be an improved shooting stroke, Melton could end up being a steal this late in the draft if his development arc continues upward. Jerome Robinson, Jalen Brunson, Josh Okogie, Elie Okobo, Gary Trent Jr, Moritz Wagner and Hamidou Diallo would all be interesting options for the Nets here depending on who they think will and won’t be available when they pick again at 40.
30. Atlanta Hawks (via Rockets): Jerome Robinson
One of the potential first round prospects that’s probably not being talked about enough, Jerome Robinson is one of the best shooters in this draft class, and with his 6’5” height, 6’7” wingspan, good athleticism and great handles, he’s one of the most intriguing combo guards in the entire draft class (let alone amongst the prospects left on the board at this stage in the draft). His defense is questionable and he’s a little on the thin side, but he’d be a tremendous value pick for the Hawks at the end of the first round. Jalen Brunson, Josh Okogie, Elie Okobo, Moritz Wagner, Dzanan Musa, Grayson Allen and Shake Milton (amongst others) would also be good options here for the Hawks. But if Robinson is still on the board when the 30th pick rolls around, he’s a must pick.
31. Phoenix Suns: Jalen Brunson
32. Memphis Grizzlies: Josh Okogie
33. Atlanta Hawks: Moritz Wagner
34. Dallas Mavericks: Elie Okobo
35. Orlando Magic: Grayson Allen
36. Sacramento Kings: Landry Shamet
37. New York Knicks (via Bulls): Shake Milton
38. Philadelphia 76ers (via Nets): Dzanan Musa
39. Philadelphia 76ers (via Knicks): Allonzo Trier
40: Brooklyn Nets (via Lakers): Hamidou Diallo
41. Orlando Magic (via Hornets): Gary Trent Jr.
42. Detroit Pistons: Tyus Battle
43. Denver Nuggets (via Clippers): Rawle Alkins
44. Washington Wizards: Jevon Carter
45. Brooklyn Nets (via Bucks): Rodions Kurucs
46. Houston Rockets (via Heat): Sagaba Konate
47. LA Lakers (via Nuggets): Isaac Bonga
48. Minnesota Timberwolves: Trevon Duval
49. San Antonio Spurs: Bruce Brown Jr.
50. Indiana Pacers: Omari Spellman
51. New Orleans Pelicans: Chimezie Metu
52. Utah Jazz: Kevin Hervey
53. OKC Thunder: Justin Jackson
54. Dallas Mavericks (via Blazers): Goga Bitadze
55. Charlotte Hornets (via Cavs): Devon Hall
56. Philadelphia 76ers: Arnoldas Kulboka
57: OKC Thunder (via Celtics): Devonte’ Graham
58. Denver Nuggets (via Warriors): Alize Johnson
59. Phoenix Suns (via Raptors): Kostas Antetokounmpo
60. Philadelphia 76ers (via Rockets): Brian Bowen
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