2021 NBA Draft

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60 NBA hopefuls will hear their names called, and many others will find a new home. The 2021 NBA Draft begins at 8 PM ET, but until then let’s do another mock draft. In this mock, you’ll get stats, team needs, and other options at that spot for picks 1-30, as well as a full second round.

1) Detroit Pistons: Cade Cunningham- PG (Oklahoma State)

Stats: 20.1 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 3.5 APG, 1.6 SPG, 0.8 BPG, 43.8 FG%, 40 3P%, 84.6 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (27th), 3pt Shooting (22nd), Rebounding (25th), Offensive Rating (26th), Point guard/Shooting Guard, Center, Backup Point Guard-Power Forward

Other Options: Jalen Green, Evan Mobley

This pick is a no-brainer for the Pistons, Cade is their guy. At 6’8, he has incredible height for a point guard and has an extremely high floor, meaning at his very worst he’ll still be a quality player. The Pistons have a ton of young talent, and he can be the difference-maker between being a bottom feeder in the league to making a play in run.

2) Houston Rockets: Jalen Green- SG (Houston)

Stats: 17.9 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 2.8 APG, 1.5 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 46.1 FG%, 36.5 3P%, 82.9 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (24th), Rebounding (27th), Passing (24th), Offensive Rating (27th), Defensive Rating (27th), Point guard, Power forward, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Evan Mobley, Jalen Suggs

Houston really likes Green, and they have a reason to. He’s an extremely high-level scorer and has the work ethic and potential to become a great two-way player. As shown, the Rockets really struggled on offense last season, so adding a guy who can eventually score up to 25 points a game is a great option for Houston. Their other main option Evan Mobley doesn’t want to be in Houston, making this pick almost  guaranteed.

3) Cleveland Cavaliers: Evan Mobley- C (USC)

Stats: 16.4 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 2.4 APG, 0.8 SPG, 2.9 BPG, 57.8 FG%, 30 3P%, 69.4 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (30th), 3pt Shooting (29th), Rebounding (24th), Passing (21st), Blocks (20th), Offensive Rating (28th), Defensive Rating (25th), Shooting Guard, Small Forward, Power Forward, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Jalen Suggs, Scottie Barnes

Cleveland’s phone is going to be ringing nonstop on Thursday because many teams will want a chance to scoop Mobley at this spot. Mobley is an incredible talent and can be one of the top bigs in the league at his potential. He’s a quietly do it all guy and his impact is shown throughout the game. The Cavs would love to pair him with their young core of Garland, Sexton, Okoro, and possibly Jarrett Allen if he resigns, making them an intriguing team for the future. If he is available at 3, they shouldn’t even look at another prospect and call in the pick immediately.

4) Toronto Raptors: Jalen Suggs- PG (Gonzaga)

Stats: 14.4 PPG, 5.3 RPG, 4.5 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 50.3 FG%, 33.7 3P%, 75.4 FT%

Team Needs: Rebounding (28th), Passing (20th), Point Guard, Center, Backup Small Forward, Backup Power Forward, Backup Center

Other Options: Scottie Barnes

If Kyle Lowry doesn’t resign, Suggs seems like a dream fit for the Raptors. He’s a guy who can help right away and plays extremely hard. He’s a born leader and knows how to balance being the guy and letting others go to work as we saw at Gonzaga. If the Raptors can go back to Toronto, which seems to be the case, they can easily be a top 5 seed in the east with their current lineup, and Suggs can be the point guard of that team. There are rumblings around the league of the Raptors possibly taking Scottie Barnes, but Suggs seems like the best fit for them.

5) Orlando Magic: Scottie Barnes- PF (Florida State)

Stats: 10.3 PPG, 4.0 RPG, 4.1 APG, 1.5 SPG, 0.5 BPG, 50.3 FG%, 27.5 3P%, 62.1 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (29th), 3pt Shooting (26th), Passing (28th), Steals (25th), Blocks (22nd), Offensive Rating (29th), Defensive Rating (26th), Everything (but specifically a forward)

Other Options: Jonathan Kuminga

Scottie Barnes continues to see his stock rise more and more, and the Magic are more than happy to take him at 5. Barnes can play any position from point guard to power forward and has the potential to be an outstanding player. Scoring is an issue for him, and won’t help that need, but the Magic need the best player available and he’s that guy. It seems like barring trades or a surprise pick, these will be the top 5 in order, but the rest of the draft is extremely unpredictable.

6) Oklahoma City Thunder: James Bouknight- SG (UConn)

Stats: 18.7 PPG, 5.7 RPG, 1.8 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 44.7 FG%, 29.3 3P%, 77.8 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (28th), 3pt Shooting (20th), Passing (27th), Steals (23th), Blocks (23rd), Offensive Rating (30th), Defensive Rating (24th), Shooting Guard, Power Forward, Center, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Jonathan Kuminga

The Thunder look to take a guy to pair in the backcourt with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, and see Bouknight as a great fit. He had really strong workouts and proved that he can create his own shot. They really need another elite scorer as they struggled to score at times last season, making Bouknight an intriguing option. 

7) Golden State Warriors: Jonathan Kuminga- SF (G-League Ignite)

Stats: 15.8 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1 SPG, 0.8 BPG, 38.7 FG%, 24.6 3P%, 62.5 FT%

Team Needs: Rebounding (22nd), Offensive Rating (20th), Shooting Guard, Power Forward, Center, Backup Point Guard Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Josh Giddey, Moses Moody, Davion Mitchell, Franz Wagner

This fit doesn’t necessarily make sense for the Warriors, but if a guy with this much upside is available, they can’t pass up on him. Kuminga can be a do it all guy and has a terrific frame. If he can play as he did in high school, then this is an absolute steal for the Warriors. Don’t be surprised if Kuminga never plays a game in a Warriors jersey, as the Warriors have been rumored to trade this pick for another star and Kuminga is a great trade piece to have. 

8) Orlando Magic: Moses Moody- SG (Arkansas)

Stats: 16.8 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 1.6 APG, 1.0 SPG, 0.7 BPG, 42.7 FG%, 35.8 3P%, 81.2 FT%

Other Options: Josh Giddey, Ziaire Williams, Franz Wagner, Alperen Sengun

After taking a forward with their last pick in Scottie Barnes, the Magic will look for a guard to compete with their current young guys. The Magic struggled to score the ball last season, and Moody can help with just that, thanks to his nice scoring touch and his ability to knock down a few threes every game. 

9) Sacramento Kings: Franz Wagner- SF (Michigan) 

Stats: 12.5 PPG, 6.5 RPG, 3 APG, 1.3 SPG, 1 BPG, 47.7 FG%, 34.3 3P%, 83.5 FT%

Team Needs: Rebounding (30th), Defensive Rating (30th), Power Forward, Center, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Alperen Sengun

The Kings get their dream scenario here with Wagner falling to them. Wagner is a plus defender who can guard any position and can put the ball in the basket when needed. He has one of the higher ceilings in the draft and both teams ahead of him can easily snatch him up. The Kings were dead last in defensive rating last season, so adding Wagner can help that cause and will be a great piece next to De’Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton.

10) Memphis Grizzlies: Josh Giddey- PG (Australia)

Stats: 10.8 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 7.4 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.5 BPG, 42.5 FG%, 29.3 3P%, 69.1 FT%

Team Needs: 3pt Shooting (24th), Backup Guard

Other Options: Franz Wagner (If he drops)

When the Grizzlies made that trade with the New Orleans Pelicans, they had one player in mind: Josh Giddey. At 6’8, Giddey can run the point and has elite vision and passing for an 18-year-old. His three-point shot needs some work, but if he develops a shot then he could be a multiple-time all-star. The Grizzlies have a lot of young talent who will continue to develop, and if Giddey pans out the Grizzlies can be a contender in the west for years to come.

11) Charlotte Hornets: Corey Kispert- SF (Gonzaga)

Stats: 18.6 PPG, 5 RPG, 1.8 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 52.9 FG%, 44 3P%, 87.8 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (23rd), Offensive Rating (23rd), Center, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Kai Jones, Alperen Sengun, Keon Johnson

Kispert is the best shooter in the draft and is a better defender than people give him credit for. He can make a big bucket when needed and is an experienced player. Despite having good scoring options, the Hornets finished toward the bottom of the league in scoring, and don’t have a main three-point shooter with Devonte’ Graham hitting free agency. Kispert can be a great guy off the bench for the Hornets to spark the offense when needed and provide offense when guys like Terry Rozier and Gordon Hayward are on the bench. The Hornets may trade down if Moody isn’t available and they get a desirable offer, but as of now, Kispert is the pick.

12) San Antonio Spurs: Alperen Sengun- C (Turkey)

Stats: 19 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.3 SPG, 1.6 BPG, 63.2 FG%, 20 3P%, 79.4 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (20th), 3pt Shooting (30th), Steals (22nd), Small Forward, Center, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Keon Johnson, Davion Mitchell, Kai Jones, Jalen Johnson

This is a home run pick for San Antonio if they can land him. Sengun is coming off an MVP season in the Turkish league, which is no cakewalk, and he’s only 18 years old. His footwork in the post is years ahead of his time, and he is a solid defender as well. He will need to add a more consistent three-point shot and some muscle to be able to defend bigger centers, but don’t be surprised if Sengun becomes an All-NBA player in 6 or 7 years. 

13) Indiana Pacers:  Davion Mitchell- PG (Baylor)

Stats: 14 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 5.5 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 51.1 FG%, 44.7 3P%, 64.1 FT%

Team Needs: Rebounding (26th), Small Forward, Backup Shooting Guard-Center

Other Options: Chris Duarte, Jalen Johnson

Mitchell’s stock is dropping because of his age and height, but he can play. He had a tremendous jump last year and helped lead his team to a national title. He’s a guy from Day 1 who can help out a team and will do so if he gets taken by the Pacers. The Pacers are in a weird position where they have the talent on paper, but the results aren’t there, so they hope with their new coach Rick Carlisle and Mitchell, the Pacers could be a team to make the second round of the playoffs. 

14) Golden State Warriors: Chris Duarte- SG (Oregon)

Stats: 17.1 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 53.2 FG%, 42.4 3P%, 81 FT%

Other Options: Jalen Johnson, Trey Murphy

After taking an upside player at 7 in Jonathan Kuminga, the Warriors go for help now player at 14 in Duarte. At 24, Duarte is one of the older draft prospects in recent history, but the talent is undeniable. He’s a great scorer, nearly making the 50-40-90 club, and a great defender. Duarte is a perfect fit for the Warriors and will be a key part of next season for a team giving it another run at going deep in the playoffs. 

15) Washington Wizards: Keon Johnson- SG (Tennessee)

Stats: 11.3 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 44.9 FG%, 27.1 3P%, 70.3 FT%

Team Needs: 3pt Shooting (28th), Blocks (28th), Defensive Rating (20th), Center, Backup Point Guard-Small Forward, Backup Center

Other Options: Jalen Johnson, Usman Garuba, Trey Murphy

With Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook’s days in a Wizards uniform seemingly dwindling, the Wizards will need a guard of the future. The Wizards take a gamble on Johnson, who’s 48 inch vertical proves that he’s an incredible athlete and someone who can develop into a great player. If the Wizards do end up trading Beal and Westbrook, they’ll go into rebuilding mode, and putting Johnson alongside Deni Avdija and Rui Hachimura can make a nice young core to build on for the future. 

16) Oklahoma City Thunder: Ziaire Williams- SG/SF (Stanford)

Stats: 10.7 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 2.2 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.6 BPG, 37.4 FG%, 29.1 3P%, 79.6 FT%

Other Options: Usman Garuba, Jalen Johnson, Trey Murphy, Kai Jones

The Thunder pair the skinniest player in the league Aleksej Pokuseki with his biggest competition, Ziaire Williams. Williams has climbed draft boards thanks to strong workouts, and if he plays in the NBA as we saw in high school this is an absolute steal. He really struggled in college, but this is a good gamble for the Thunder who want raw talent guys. 

17) New Orleans Pelicans: Trey Murphy III- SG/SF (Virginia)

Stats: 11.3 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 1.2 APG, 0.8 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 50.3 FG%, 43.3 3P%, 92.7 FT%

Team Needs: 3pt Shooting (27th), Blocks (24th), Defensive Rating (23rd), Center, Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Cameron Thomas, Jaden Springer

The Pelicans are jumping up and down in the war room right now because they take a guy at 17 they were interested in at 10. Murphy is a sniper from deep, being a 50-40-90 guy and played under a great coach in Tony Bennett. Three-point shooting was a huge issue for the Pelicans last season, and having a guy like Murphy could be the push for the Pelicans to reach the playoffs and enough to convince Zion Williamson’s team that New Orleans should be his home for years to come. 

18) Oklahoma City Thunder: Kai Jones- PF/C (Texas)

Stats: 8.8 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 0.6 APG, 0.8 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 58 FG%, 38.2 3P%, 68.9 FT%

Other Options: Jaden Springer, Jalen Johnson, Usman Garuba, Jared Butler

Hopefully, the Thunder trade one of picks 16 and 18 because they don’t need three first-rounders, but if they do they go with a guy who could have gone in the lottery. Jones is extremely bouncy and has really impressive athleticism, but will need a lot of work in his game. If he hits his potential, he can be a solid starter for years to come and the second-best center in this draft. 

19) New York Knicks: Cam Thomas- SG (LSU)

Stats: 23 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 1.4 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.2 BPG, 40.6 FG%, 32.5 3P%, 88.2 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (26th), 3pt Shooting (21st), Passing (29th ), Steals (21st), Offensive Rating (22nd), Shooting Guard, Backup Shooting Guard, Backup Small Forward, Backup Center

Other Options: Usman Garuba, Jalen Johnson, Jaden Springer, Jared Butler

The Knicks struggled to score the ball last year and didn’t take as many threes. Cam Thomas is the solution to that problem in the 2021 NBA Draft, being a top 5 high-level scorer in this draft and not afraid to shoot no matter what. He will need to improve on defense, which Coach Thibs can help with, and take smarter shots. The Knicks think that with this team, they can make a playoff run, and Thomas can boost them even more. 

20) Atlanta Hawks: Usman Garuba- PF (Spain)

Stats: 4.7 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 0.8 APG, 0.5 BPG, 47.1 FG%, 31.6 3P%, 65.9 FT%

Team Needs: Steals (24th), Nothing (Best Available),

Other Options: Jalen Johnson, Jaden Springer, Ayo Dosumnu

The Hawks will have to make a judgment call here between Garuba and Jalen Johnson. Garuba can be an elite defender in the NBA, as we saw in the Olympic scrimmage against Team USA, where he was able to hold his own against Kevin Durant and others. If John Collins decides to leave, then the power forward spot will be thin, and the Hawks could use another plus defender on their team as they hope to make another deep playoff run. 

21) New York Knicks: Jalen Johnson- PF (Duke)

Stats: 11.2 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 2.2 APG, 1.2 SPG, 1.2 BPG, 52.3 FG%, 44.4 3P%, 63.2 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (22nd), 3pt Shooting (25th), Offensive Rating (24th), Everything (Best Available)

Other Options: Jaden Springer, Ayo Dosumnu, Day’Ron Sharpe

The Knicks patiently wait for a big and get what could be a steal in this draft. Johnson was a very talented player coming out of high school, but after quitting on Duke lost a lot of credibility from teams and scouts. Having Johnson backup an All-NBA player in Julius Randle could be a good learning experience, and he can get some minutes down the stretch on this Knicks team. 

Team Needs: Scoring (22nd), 3pt Shooting (25th), Offensive Rating (24th), Everything (Best Available)

22) Los Angeles Lakers: Jared Butler- PG/SG (Baylor)

Stats: 16.7 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 4.8 APG, 2 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 47.1 FG%, 41.6 3P%, 78 FT%

Team Needs: Scoring (22nd), 3pt Shooting (25th), Offensive Rating (24th), Everything (Best Available)

Other Options: Ayo Dosumnu, Sharife Cooper, Jaden Springer, Tre Mann

Like his teammate Davion Mitchell, Butler is a leader on the court who can score, shoot, and defend at a high rate. He led his team to a championship last season and is seen as a great chemistry guy. The Lakers need a guard who can help right away, and Butler is a perfect fit and is a great piece for Lebron James to have on the court with him.

23) Houston Rockets: Sharife Cooper- PG (Auburn)

Stats: 20.2 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 8.1 APG, 1 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 39.1 FG%, 22.8 3p%, 82.5 FT%

Other Options: Ayo Dosumnu, Jaden Springer, Tre Mann, Miles McBride

Cooper is one of, if not the best passers in this draft. He can find open teammates and gets to the free-throw line at a very high rate. His height is a huge factor at 6’0-6’1, but if he can play big and put that aside he can be a great NBA player. 

24) Houston Rockets: Isaiah Jackson- PF (Kentucky)

Stats: 8.4 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 0.7 APG, 0.8 SPG, 2.6 BPG, 54 FG%, 0 3p%, 70 FT%

Other Options: Isaiah Todd, Tre Mann, Jaden Springer

Jackson will, unfortunately, be the last player left in the green room, but he’s given a good opportunity in Houston. If there’s one thing that’s consistent in every draft, it’s that a Kentucky player pans out, and Jackson could be that guy. He’s already an elite shot-blocker, but is a project and will take a few years to develop. Alongside a young core, he could be a solid center in years to come from the 2021 NBA Draft.

25) Los Angeles Clippers: Ayo Dosumnu- PG (Illinois)

Stats: 20.1 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 5.3 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.2 BPG, 48.8 FG%, 39 3P%, 78.3 FT%

Team Needs: Steals (20th), Blocks (29th), Everything, Best Available except Shooting Guard

Other Options: Tre Mann, Jaden Springer, Dayron Sharpe

Ayo Dosumnu was one of the top college players last season and has the skillset to be a successful NBA player. He’s a smart player and a good facilitator. The status of Kawhi Leonard’s chances of playing next season is unknown, but Dosumnu can still be able to contribute as the leader off the bench and keep the Clippers as a Western Conference threat. 

26) Denver Nuggets: Jaden Springer- PG/SG (Tennessee) 

Stats: 12.5 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 2.9 APG, 1.2 SPG, 0.4 BPG, 46.7 FG%, 43.5 3P%, 81 FT%

Team Needs: Blocks (21st), Shooting Guard, Backup Shooting Guard-Center

Other Options: Tre Mann, Quentin Grimes, Miles McBride

Springer is a really good on-ball defender, and a decent scorer as well. He needs to become more confident on offense, and if he does he could be a great two-way player. Jamal Murray probably won’t be ready at the start of the season, and the rest of the guard lineup is pretty weak, so Springer can make a Day 1 impact for the Nuggets. 

27) Brooklyn Nets: Day’Ron Sharpe- C (UNC)

Stats: 9.5 PPG, 7.6 RPG, 1.4 APG, 0.8 SPG, 0.9 BPG, 51.9 FG%, 0 3p%, 50.5 FT%

Team Needs: Steals (27th), Defensive Rating (22nd), Backup Point Guard-Center

Other Options: Tre Mann, Quentin Grimes, Miles McBride

On a team loaded with centers at North Carolina, you can argue that Sharpe was the best one. He is an incredible rebounder, with 14.2 per 36 minutes. He will need to work on other aspects of his game to be a solid NBA player, but the potential is there. The Nets can use a guy who can grab an offense rebound and doesn’t focus on scoring. 

28) Philadelphia 76ers: Tre Mann- PG (Florida)

Stats: 16 PPG, 5.6 RPG, 3.5 APG, 1.4 SPG, 0.1 BPG, 45.9 FG%, 40.2 3P%, 83.1 FT%

Team Needs: 3pt Shooting (23rd), Passing (22nd), Small Forward, Backup Forward, Backup Center

Other Options: Quentin Grimes, Josh Primo, Miles McBride, Bones Hyland

The Sixers have a lot of great guard options here, but Tre Mann is a great fit for them. Shooting has been an issue year after year for them, and Mann shoots it well. He stayed an extra year of college to get better, and it certainly helped as he looked much more collected on the court and more NBA-ready. Simmons’ future with the Sixers is unsure, so adding a guard never hurts. 

29) Phoenix Suns: Joshua Primo- SG (Alabama)

Stats: 8.1 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 0.8 APG, 0.6 SPG, 0.3 BPG, 43.1 FG%, 38.1 3p%, 75 FT%

Team Needs: Rebounding (23rd), Blocks (25th), Backup Shooting Guard-Center

Other Options: Bones Hyland, Quentin Grimes, Miles McBride

Being the youngest player in the draft, there is always intrigue, and Primo can end up being a really solid player. He has a lot of raw talent and won’t be ready right away, and the Suns can help develop him into the player they want him to be. In terms of the long term, the Suns are pretty weak at guard, so adding one here can be a good solution. 

30) Utah Jazz: Nah’Shon “Bones” Hyland

Stats: 19.5 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 2.1 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.2 BPG, 44.7 FG%, 37.1 3P%, 86.2 FT%

Team Needs: Passing (23rd), Steals (29th), Backup Point Guard, Backup Power Forward, Backup Center

Other Options: Quentin Grimes, JT Thor, Miles McBride

Bones is a really underrated two-way player and could be the steal of the draft here. He’s a really high-level scorer and does a great job of getting to the rim. The Jazz could have a really solid bench backcourt of Jordan Clarkson and Hyland that could give defenses nightmares. The 2021 NBA Draft first round has the potential to be one of the best ever with the level of talent present. 

31) Milwaukee Bucks: Miles McBride- PG/SG (West Virginia)

32) New York Knicks: Jason Preston- PG (Ohio)

33) Orlando Magic: JT Thor- PF (Auburn)

34) Oklahoma City Thunder: Isaiah Todd- PF (G-League Ignite)

35) New Orleans Pelicans: Quentin Grimes- PG (Houston)

36) Oklahoma City Thunder: BJ Boston- SG (Kentucky)

37) Detroit Pistons: Rokas Jokubaitis- PG (Barcelona)

38) Chicago Bulls: Joel Ayayi- PG/SG (Gonzaga)

39) Sacramento Kings: Kessler Edwards- SF (Pepperdine)

40) Memphis Grizzlies: Josh Cristopher- SG (Arizona State)

41) San Antonio Spurs: Greg Brown- PF (Texas)

42) Detroit Pistons: Charles Bassey- C (Western Kentucky)

43) New Orleans Pelicans: Herbert Jones- SF (Alabama)

44) Brooklyn Nets: Jeremiah Robinson-Earl- PF (Villanova)

45) Boston Celtics: Juhann Begarin- SG (Paris Basketball)

46) Toronto Raptors: Aaron Wiggins- SG (Maryland)

47) Toronto Raptors: Neemias Queta- C (Utah State)

48) Atlanta Hawks: David Johnson- PG (Louisville)

49) Brooklyn Nets: Joe Weiskamp- SF (Iowa)

50) Philadelphia 76ers: Aaron Henry- SG (Michigan State)

51) New Orleans Pelicans: Austin Reeves- SG (Oklahoma)

52) Detroit Pistons: Filip Petrusev- C (Mega Bemax)

53) Philadelphia 76ers: Justin Champagnie- SF (Pittsburgh)

54) Indiana Pacers: Isaiah Livers- SF (Michigan)

55) Oklahoma City Thunder: Jericho Sims- C (Texas)

56) Charlotte Hornets: Sandro Mamukelashvili (Seton Hall)

57) Charlotte Hornets: Luka Garza- C (Iowa)

58) New York Knicks: Sam Hauser- SF (Virginia)

59) Brooklyn Nets: Daishon Nix- PG (UCLA/G-League)

60) Indiana Pacers: Santi Aldama- PF (Loyola MD)

 

RankNamePositionFormer School/League
1Cade CunninghamPGOklahoma State
2Evan MobleyCUSC
3Jalen SuggsPG/SGGonzaga
4Jalen GreenSGG-League Ignite
5Scottie BarnesPFFlorida State
6Alperen Sengun CBesiktas
7Jonathan KumingaSFG-League Ignite
8James BouknightSGUconn
9Moses MoodySGArkansas
10Franz WagnerSFMichigan
11Davion MitchellPGBaylor
12Josh GiddeyPGAustralia
13Ziaire WilliamsSFStanford
14Keon JohnsonSGTennessee
15Kai JonesPF/CTexas
16Chris DuarteSGOregon
17Corey KispertSFGonzaga
18Trey Murphy IIISF/SGVirginia
19Usman GarubaPFReal Madrid
20Jalen JohnsonSF/PFDuke
21Cameron ThomasSGLSU
22Isaiah JacksonPF/CKentucky
23Sharife CooperPGAuburn
24Joshua PrimoSG Alabama
25Jared ButlerPGBaylor
26Nah'Shon "Bones" HylandSGVCU
27Jeremiah Robinson-EarlPFVillanova
28JT ThorPFAuburn
29Quentin GrimesSGHouston
30Day'Ron SharpeCNorth Carolina
31Jaden SpringerPG/SGTennessee
32Tre MannPGFlorida
33Ayo Dosunmu PGIllinois
34Miles McBridePG West Virginia
35Joel AyayiSGGonzaga
36Josh Christopher SG Arizona State
37Greg BrownPFTexas
38Charles BasseyCWestern Kentucky
39Brandon Boston Jr.SGKentucky
40Aaron HenrySGMichigan State
41Daishon NixPGG-League Ignite
42Herbert JonesSFAlabama
43Rokas Jokubaitis PGZalgris
44Neemias QuetaCUtah State
45Jericho SimsCTexas
46Joe Wieskamp SF Iowa
47Filip Petrusev PFMega Bemax
48McKinley Wright IVPGColorado
49Sandro Mamukelashvili CSeton Hall
50Jason PrestonPGOhio
51Kessler EdwardsPFPepperdine
52Isaiah ToddPFG-League Ignite
53Matthew HurtPFDuke
54Luka GarzaCIowa
55Isaiah LiversSFMichigan
56Austin ReavesSGOklahoma
57Aaron WigginsSGMaryland
58RaiQuan GrayPFFlorida State
59David DukePGProvidence
60David JohnsonPGLouisville
61Juhann Begarin SGParis Basketball
62Justin Champagnie SFPittsburgh
63Trendon WatfordPFLSU
64Scottie LewisSG/SFFlorida
65Marcus Garrett SGKansas
66Moses WrightCGeorgia Tech
67AJ LawsonSGSouth Carolina
68John PettySGAlabama
69Jose AlvaradoPGGeorgia Tech
70Santi AldamaPFLoyola MD
71Dalano BantonPGNebraska
72Sam Hauser PFVirginia
73Carlik JonesPGLouisville
74Duane Washington Jr.PGOhio State
75Vrenz BlijenberghFBelgium
76Marcus ZegarowskiPGCreighton
77Yves PonsC Tennessee
78DJ StewardPGDuke
79Chaundee BrownSFMichigan
80RJ NembhardPGTCU
81Aamir SimsPFClemson
82Mac McClungPGTexas Tech
83Chris SmithSFUCLA
84Derrick Alston Jr.SFBoise State
85Oscar da SilvaSFStanford
86Eugene Omoruyi SF/PFOregon
87EJ OnuCShawnee State
88DeJon JerrauPGHouston
89Isaiah MillerPG UNC Greensboro
90Amar SyllaPFSenegal

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