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Coolidger's Mock Draft

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Updated: 6/27/13 3:07 am

Player | Ht | Wt | Pos | Team | Age

Nerlens Noel

  1. Cleveland | Nerlens Noel | 6-11 | 206 | PF/C | Kentucky | 20

The Cavaliers won the lottery, so why doesn't it feel like a victory? They have their choice of selecting whoever they want, but in a draft with a weaker crop of talent then usual, whoever goes first will have the added pressure of trying to live up to tremendous hype, and I don't see anyone in this draft who can live up to that. The Cavaliers are reportedly exploring trade options for this pick, but I don't see any serious buyers. If they do end up keeping the pick, I have them either selecting Nerlens Noel or Otto Porter. BMac might be my favorite player in this draft, and he would fit pretty well, but they already have a SG in Dion Waiters who had a pretty good rookie season last year and is looking to build upon that. While Otto Porter is a safer pick and a better fit, he doesn't have the upside to warrant a number one pick. That being said, the Cavaliers don't need a franchise changer like some teams. They already have Kyrie Irving, who is clearly a player worth building around, so they don't need to hit a home run. Still, Noel's upside doesn't stem from his offense, but rather his defense, Cleveland doesn't have a pure shotblocker of Noels capability on the roster. Kyrie Irving is Clevelands game changer offensively, so Noel could be their game changer defensively, and wouldn't be pressured to be a big scorer with Irving and Waiters already on the roster. The Cavaliers can wait on his recovery while Anderson Varejao, Tristan Thompson and Tyler Zeller hold down the frontcourt, and then explore trade options for Varejao around the trade deadline while they slowly bring Noel along. The biggest key to this fit might be Tristan Thompson. He needs to add an effective mid range jumper for those two to co-exist on the floor in todays game. Neither of these guys will bring their man out of the paint much so one of them needs to add a jumper. Thompson seems best suited to do that this summer with enough work. While I think Porter is safer, and Noel is extremely risky, it`s hard to pass on the upside of a player like this. Then again, Cleveland has been known to think outside the box lately (see Waiters, Dion and Thompson, Tristan " @ #4), so expect the unexpected come draft night.
Ben McLemore

  2. *Orlando | Ben McLemore | 6-5 | 190 | SG | Kansas | 21

The Magic lost out on the top pick, but in all honesty it's not a huge loss. There isn't a big dropoff of talent from 1-7 or so. The Magics biggest need is clearly a backcourt, more specifically a PG. Aaron Afflalo is still relatively young and can hold down the spot for a few more years, but Jameer Nelson is on the wrong side of 30 and seems to have run his course on this team. Trey Burke would be the best fit for the Magic team, and while I didn't seem him going first, I could certainly see the Magic taking him second a little more comfortably. However, the more and more I think about it, the more I like Mclemore as a fit for this roster. They have some young talented frontcourt pieces in Nikola Vucevic, Tobias Harris, Maurice Harkless and Andrew Nicholson. Most of those guys are more effective inside, and having someone who can spot and shoot the way McLemore does would help those guys maximize their games. They clearly still need a PG, a leader, someone who can create shots for himself and others. And while Mclemore isn't a creator, he's certainly a finisher. They can wait one more year on this creator, or try their luck in free agency on a young PG. Taking Mclemore would also allow them to trade Aaron Afflalo to a playoff team while he's at his peak value. He'd be a perfect fit for alot of teams. He's a relatively smart player who knows his limits, good spot up shooter and occasionally scorer, and he's a good defender. Teams like the Bulls and Timberwolves are both in desperate need of a SG with some of those qualities, and could give Orlando another piece back in return. Lastly, while completely irrelevant, saw a photoshopped picture of Ben Mclemore in a Magic jersey a few months ago, and thought they looked like a natural fit together.
Otto Porter

  3. Washington | Otto Porter | 6-9 | 200 | SF | Georgetown | 21

Otto Porter seems like the "perfect fit" for alot of these top 10 lottery teams. Cleveland, Washington, Sacramento, New Orleans and Detroit would all do well with his services. The Wizards were probably the true winners of this draft jumping 5 spots to the number 3 pick. Their backcourt is clearly set with Wall and Beal complimenting each other nicely, and showing some chemistry over this past year. Now they need to start building the frontcourt. With Nene and Okafor both 30 or older, Trevor Booker and Kevin Seraphin never looking like more then good role players, and Jan Vesely having a slow first couple seasons, they could certainly add a big man for their future as well. Okafor and Nene can hold down the spots another year or two, but after that they need to find someone else to turn to. Alex Len and Anthony Bennett both seem like possibilities here, and if Noel falls out of the top 2 I doubt the Wizards would pass on his upside. He could learn plenty from battling Okafor and Nene in practice, and it would certainly force him to buff up to hold his position. He could come along slowly behind those two as well. Nonetheless, Porter would round out a nice trio on the perimeter with John Wall-Bradley Beal-Otto Porter. While Wall and Beal are more offensive minded, Otto Porter would take on the perimeter defender role. His length would help offput an undersized Beal and he'd take the challenge of guarding the other teams best wing scorer. His consistency and straightfoward yet solid play would help offput John Walls sometimes out of control frantic pace of game as well. He's unselfish, and willing to let those two be the stars while taking third wheel. If they developed the right chemistry of balance of their games, all of which compliment each other, the Wizards might finally have a team to look foward to again in years. More then anything, i'm pretty glad they got this pick. They deserved it, this clearly wasn't a team that tanked near the end. They played hard most of the year and won quite a few games down the stretch after Walls return from injury, so it's nice to see them rewarded with a good pick.
Anthony Bennett

  4. Charlotte | Anthony Bennett | 6-7 | 240 | SF/PF | UNLV | 21

The Charlotte Bobcats, er, Hornets, desperately need some outside shooting. They clearly had their eyes on Ben Mclemore when they were sitting at #2, but now that they've moved back to 4, it's unlikely they get the guy they wanted. It's still possible if the Magic decide to take Burke and Wizards take Porter or Bennett because Mclemore doesn't fit with Beal/Wall. If that were the case the Bobcats could count their blessing. I also think Oladipo and Len are possibilities here. Oladipo would give them the 2 guard they seem to be after. However, while his jumpshot isn't broken, it's not consistent enough to be considered a regular threat from downtown. With MKG already having limited effectiveness outside the paint, and Kema Walker and Gerald Henderson being most effective when attacking the basket, Michael Jordans team needs someone who can help space the floor. Enter Anthony Bennett. He's capable of hitting the three from the four position, and can also give them the post presence they lack as well. Two birds with one stone. Their frontcourt is a bit thin, with Biyombo being so raw, Haywood on the downslide, Tyrus Thomas getting little playing time and Byron Mullens is inconsistent and average at best. None of these guys are serious threats in the post either, so Bennett would likely become an important part of this offense from day 1. I like this fit for both Bennett and Charlotte, and he's a quality guy and a hard worker which fits the drafting tradition they've followed over the past few years as they continue to build a respectable team.
Victor Oladipo

  5. Phoenix | Victor Oladipo | 6-4 | 213 | SG/SF | Indiana | 22

Sacremento seems to be on the verge of cleaning house. This team, under new ownership, experimented with some talented young prospects over the past few years with Tyreke Evans, Jimmer Fredette, Demarcus Cousins and Thomas Robinson all being taken in the lottery in the past few years. They didn't pan out, and never developed a chemistry. Robinson and Fredette have yet to make big impacts in the league, Evans had a great rookie season but has been on the downslope ever since because he hasn't been able to add a consistent jumpshot during his 4 years in Sacramento, and Cousins, talented as he is, is childish and immature, and it doesn't help that he's in an organization that's a bit of a mess being in a transition phase, multiple coaching changes and a very inconsistent and constantly changing roster thats surrounded by rumors. Cousins still has tremendous potential as a player, but he needs to be put in a situation that he'll be able to grow not only as a player, but as a person. Cousins isn't a self motivator, but requires the push of those around him. He needs a locker room full of guys ready to demand the most out of him every night, and a coach who will sit him if he's acting like a child. All in all, the experiment in Sacremento has failed to this point, the fans are coming less, and because of this, they almost lost their team. The Kings need to clean slate and start fresh, give their fans a reason to get excited again. The certainty that the Kings are staying in Sacramento is a good start, and the team will be able to focus less on that and more on drafting and signing the right pieces to be competitive again. I believe it starts in the draft for this team. The Kings, even if they do clean house and even if they do have a surefire home, are still in a bit of transition with a likely roster overhaul on the way. As of right now, they need high character players like Oladipo; players they've lacked over the past few years; players who don't need others to push them, but that push themselves everyday; players that play hard on every possession, something the fans in Sacramento would like to see from their team, but haven't gotten for a while. Victor Oladipo would turn it around, but he'll be a nice starting point for the types of players the Kings should start collecting. He could go alot earlier then this, as high as 4 maybe, but if Victor Oladipo falls to the Kings here at 7, he'd be a blessing in disguise and they'd be ignorant not to take him. He's exactly what this team needs right now. A likeable player this team can cheer for.
Alex Len

  6. *New Orleans | Alex Len | 7-1 | 255 | C | Maryland | 21

I'm extremely torn between Alex Len and Victor Oladipo here. The Suns need help at almost every position, save maybe PG (Dragic is good for a few years, Marshall may be their future if he can improve enough) and PF (Scola still has one or two good years left, he doesn't rely on athleticism. The Morris twins, Michael Beasley and the returning Channing Frye could all find time here). More then anything, they need a game changer, a franchise player. While some of these teams have players they can build around (Cavs and Irving, Pelicans and Davis, Wizards and Wall), the Suns lack a young player talented enough to be the franchise centerpiece. More then anything, this team needs to hit a home run. Then they can fill in the pieces. However, there likely isn't anyone capable of being the man in Phoenix coming out of this draft class. With that being said, my reasoning behind Len over Oladipo is this: Len is more raw, but has more upside. Oladipo will likely be better from day one, but Len has a chance to get better, though he'll develop slowly. I think Phoenix is fine with that. They're only going into year 2 of rebuilding, so there isn't much of a rush or panic yet and they can take it slow. Take a guy who has a better chance at being a star in Len, over a surefire likely role player in Oladipo. And yes, Len won't be good right away, but with the 2014 class looking like it has a few franchise worthy players, the Suns might be better off taking a prospect they can bring along slowly, and being bad enough to get a top 5 pick next year. You know the saying, you have to be bad to get good. Phoenix should try following that tradition, at least for the coming year. Be patient Suns fans.
Trey Burke

  7. *Sacramento | Trey Burke | 6-1 | 190 | PG | Michigan | 21

If the Magic don't pick him up, I can see Trey Burke following into the Pelicans laps. Every other team seems set at PG, besides maybe the Suns, and even then it's likely their strongest position currently. If Burke falls to 6 he could be this years Damian Lillard (drafted 6th by the Blazers). No, that doesn't mean I think he'll be as good, i'm just comparing the similar situations. While Vasquez had a breakout season in NO last season, no one seems sold on him at PG. He could certainly hold down the position for a few more years, but the Pelicans seem to be searching for their future PG to pair off with Anthony Davis and Austin Rivers now. They could also use some help at the SF and C spots. They have a solid 3 big man rotation (Davis, Lopez, Anderson) along with Jason Smith, so I think they're fine there. If anything, they could sign another vet C. Their SF could use improvement too, but unless Porter falls I don't see anyone who I think would fit at that position. Also, Amine was one of the main pieces back from the Paul trade, and he's still young. He hasn't lived up to his potential yet, but i'm sure they're willing to try him at least one more year. If anything, he is a very good rebounder for his position (7 RPG or something) and a solid defender with some length and athleticism. That leaves their PG, and you won't find one better in this draft then Burke. After leading Michigan to the finals last year, he's coming out as a smart leader and a guy who can make plays, which is exactly what NO needs from the PG spot. It also gives them options. They can either play him behind Vasquez for a bit, having Vasquez groom him and teach him, or they can trade Vasquez while he's at his peak value. Coming off a career season as he did, i'm sure he'd have a few buyers and NO could at least get a few assets back, and I highly doubt Vasquez will have another season like last year. Either way, the Pelicans have some options from this six spot, and with their roster in general. But this is a young team, and I think with a few more pieces in place, they can get back to the playoffs soon.
Shabazz Muhammad

  8. Detroit | Shabazz Muhammad | 6-6 | 225 | SF | UCLA | 21

I've liked this fit for quite a while now. Even when Bazz was rated alot higher on the big board, I was hoping the motor city could land a top 3 pick to draft him with. I think they're a great fit for each other. And even now, as Detroit sits at 8, with Shabazz falling out of the lottery in some gms eyes, I still love this match. I could see the Pistons passing on him, there are some question marks surrounding his attitude. But I think he's one of the best pure scorers in this draft class, and I think he'll climb a bit again, to at least lottery, once team workouts come along. If he catches a streak and gets going, he's gonna impress someone. And all it takes is one team to fall in love with you. The Pistons have drafted around the same spot for about 4 years, making slight improvements every year. They drafted Greg Monroe at 7, then Brandon Knight at 8 and last year, Andre Drummond at 9. And they did a pretty good job with all 3 picks, that's a pretty solid core. I think this team just needs one or two more lottery picks, good solid selections like they've done to this point, along with maybe one or two good veteran free agents to fill some holes. They can do that, they might be in position to make some noise again. I like this teams cores. Muhammad would follow similar player patterns to the Pistons recent draftees; guys who were highly touted in high school, who were being considered for top 3 at some point but fell out due to some sort of question mark(s) after a medicore single season at the college level, and then falling into the Pistons lap as a talented prospect who needed some work. Brandon Knight was being considered by the Jazz at 3 back in 2011, but instead they took Enes Kanter, and then Knight stumbled down a few more spots on the board onto the Pistons lap at 8, and he was a good fit and filled a need. Then last year, Andre Drummond, a guy who had #1 pick potential coming out of high school, fell down the boards with a dissapointing freshmen season at Uconn in which the defending champion Huskies, despite losing their best player from the year prior in Kemba Walker to the NBA, fell out of the first round in the tournament and was a mess of a team. Drummond had question marks about his character, drive and holes in his game. However the talent was there, and he put in a great rookie season in very limited time and has a ton of potential after falling into the Pistons lap last year at 9, and again, filling a need. Enter Shabazz Muhammad; highly recruited out of high school, he was one of (including my personal own) favorites to be the number one pick in this 2013 draft. And although he did a good job scoring, the other parts of his game were lackluster. His character was questioned, he was called a black hole, and a relatively hyped UCLA team going into the season just didn't function as a team despite their talent, and fell out of the tourney quickly similar to Conneticut the year prior with Drummond. Doesn't this sound familliar though? A highly touted, talented high school recruit coming into college, falling down the boards into the mid to late lotto where the Pistons sit waiting? Shabazz Muhammad gives them a team need, giving them a wing who can score and someone who can make their own shot and slash to the basket. I think he'd be a great cutter off Monroe passing from the high post. This Detroit team has a history of turning guys with bad reps, "bad boys", into cohesive units and getting the most out of these often dismissed players. And Shabazz continues to fit that bill. They could go numerous other ways here, depending on someone like Oladipo or Burke dropping, or they could take Caldwell-Pope or CJ McCollum to be scoring wings. But I think McCollum is too similar to Knight, an undersized scoring combo guard, and I think Bazz fits better with this team then KCP. I also think Michael Carter-Williams would be a great option here as a slight reach. He has top 10 potential, and would fit extremely well with Brandon Knight as their games compliment each other very nicely. They could also trade down and get MCW or Bazz a bit lower then this. No matter what the Pistons do, it won't surprise me. This is a tough pick to predict. I'm certainly crossing my fingers that Bazz ends up in Detroit though, as I think it's the best team and situation for him, and if the Pistons could maximize a disgruntled prospect for the fourth straight year, they'd be sniffing at the door of the playoffs as early as next season.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

  9. *Utah | Kentavious Caldwell-Pope | 6-6 | 205 | SG | Georgia | 21

The doubt the Timberwolves or their fans assumed they'd be back in the lottery for yet another year. This was a team full of talent and potential, armed with a rabid fanbase who've been waiting for a return to the post season and an offensive mastermind of a coach who has a very free flowing system that suits the talents of point guard Ricky Rubio. This team has all the tools of a playoff team, but injuries derailed their momentum after alot of hype last summer. But they should be healthy, or at least mostly healthy barring some unforseen injury, by the start of the regular season. And they're ready to give another shot to what they should have been last season. I doubt chemistry will take long to develop when you have a player as charasmatic, unselfish and likable as Ricky Rubio running your team, this team just has to find a fire, a competitive edge and a will to win. This is one of the reasons I like KCP joining this roster. Alot of times, he carried the Georgia offense was he was the only guy on that team who could score, but he played hard every night because of his desire to lead his average team to victory every night. And I think thats rather undervalued in this draft. I view Caldwell-Pope as a guy who will do whatever is needed to win, not at the level of Oladipo, but I do like his character and think he'd be a great fit for this team. He can shoot from deep, and while his 3P% isn't the greatest, you also have to consider that A) defenses were always focused on him and B) he had to create alot of the time. He didn't have a Ricky Rubio to get in the paint and kick it out to him, in rhythm, or find him streaking on the break and lead him with a perfectly placed bounce pass. I think KCP is this years Terrence Ross. Scouts are pointing to his percentages, but i believes he's gonna rise up a few spots after teams see his effortless shooting stroke, ability to get off the floor quickly and run the break, and his desire for the game. I've been debating between him and CJ McCollum, who is better at creating his own shot and is likely a better shooter and a safer pick, albeit with less upside. But the Timberwolves already have the ultimate creator at the point, and have had Luke Ridnour as an undersized 2 for a few years now. I think they're better off getting a different type of player and if they ever need an undersized combo guard who can create, they can always go back to Luke Ridnour at the two instead of drafting CJ McCollum over a guy with the upside of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
CJ McCollum

  10. *Portland | CJ McCollum | 6-3 | 197 | PG/SG | Lehigh | 22

The Blazers have plenty of options here. They're set at the PG, SF and PF spots with Lillard, Batum and Aldridge all still pretty young. They also drafted their potential center of the future in Meyers Leonard last season, and it would be unfair to not at least give him a shot. That just leaves SG. And even then, Wesley Matthews is a pretty realiable player in his own right, and is still just entering his prime. This team is already pretty good with the starting lineup, but they're also lacking in any type of bench scoring. This team had one of the worst, if not the worst, bench in the league last season and the starters, talented enough to be a playoff team, were forced to log big minutes due to the lack of depth and got tired out down the stretch. I like this teams starting lineup, I just think they need a few guys who can come off the bench and take off some of the pressure. It starts with CJ McCollum, who would be a good value pick if available here. He'd give them a sixth man scoring type player, a combo gaurd who can play either spot and come in off the bench as a spark plug, bringing his energy and ability to make offense off the bounce that has become to vital to basketball today. It wouldn't save this bench from being on the bottom half of the league, but getting a sixth man who's willing to play that role, and I think McCollum would be willing and able to step into it right away, is a huge boost of momentum. They could go all sorts of other ways here but I think the biggest thing they need is some scoring punch off the bench, and CJ McCollum might be the best scorer from this class right now.
Cody Zeller

  11. *Philadelphia | Cody Zeller | 7-0 | 230 | PF/C | Indiana | 21

If I was a Sixers fan, i'd be estatic is Cody Zeller fell to them at pick 11. He was nbadraft.nets number 1 pick going into the NCAA season, and while he didn't dissapoint, he didn't improve much either and it hurt his stock. After testing very well athletically, which was one of his bigger criticisms going into this draft, I could easily see his stock rising as high as 4, though more likely around 7 or 10. Nonetheless, the Sixers should take him if he's available. You almost have to feel for this team, they gave away some core guys in the Andrew Bynum trade, which didn't work out. Cody Zeller gives them a guy who can act as both insurance and a fit. If they do resign Bynum, or another good low post center (there are a few to choose from, Al Jefferson, Dwight Howard, Nikola Pekovic), they can pair Cody Zeller as a big high post guy similar to what the Lakers do, as Cody is skilled enough to hit jumpers from pretty far out, and it'd give this team two legit 7 footers and allow Thaddeus Young to move back to his 6th man type role that I believe he excels in. If they don't get a center, they can move Zeller to play some center, which I believe he's capable of in todays game. His versitility to play either position, as well as act as a low post or high post scorer, would give Philly lots of lineup options with their deep team, with Cody being able to act as whatever he needs to to compliment the other big guy on the floor. Zeller isn't a franchise player, but this team already has the very talented Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner to build around, so they don't need to hit a home run ball. If Zeller isn't available here, CJ McCollum could do what Lou Williams did for the Sixers a few years back as a sixth man. Ultimately, I think the Sixers could just take the BPA.
Steven Adams

  12. *Oklahoma Cty | Steven Adams | 7-0 | 255 | C | Pittsburgh | 20

I don't understand why some mocks have them taking a point in the draft. Neither of them would be better then Westbrook and they might even play behind Reggie Jackson, who's also very young. I could understand if Westbrook was like, older and they wanted to find a future guy, but he's not. Westbrook is still very young himself. With Durant and Ibaka under contract for a few years, the foward spots both seem locked up as well. That leaves SG and C. They have an underrated talent at SG with Jeremy Lamb, who was taken 12th last year, and also some good players in Thabo Sefolosha and Kevin Martin, who's contract is expiring. Unless KCP is available here, I don't see any SG's worth taking, and even then I like Lambs upside a bit more then KCP's. That just leaves C. Then again, I don't think analysis into their positions was needed. The Thunders need for a center is a no brainer, especially in a draft where the center class is surprinsigly deep in potential, while most of the other positions are weaker then normal. Kendrick Perkins has a big contract, and his best years seemed to be at Boston. Not only do they need a future replacement at the C, they could use someone sooner then later. They'll have choices. Rudy Gobert, Gorgui Dieng, Lucas Nogueira all posibilities, and all of them have been considered bubble lottery worth selections at some point or another. But lately, Steven Adams probably had the best combine, and gave himself a legit shot at the lottery, especially for a team like the Thunder who's only real hole is the center. This is such a talented team, there's no rush in developing their prospects. Lamb and Jones both found that out as they're developing these guys at a good pace. That's even more important for a raw center prospect, the position that seems to develop slower then others these days. Steven Adams can learn from Perkins veteran leadership. But I like his upside as much as just about anyone in this draft. He's huge, big hands, decent athlete, strong upper body already so he can bang and compliment Ibakas weak side help tendencies. He's showed off flashes of a hook shot and post game, good rebounder and shot blocker, and apparently also showed a good looking jumpshot at the combine. But best of all, he's still pretty new to the American game. He only game over from New Zealand last year, so he's still learning the American game, and the game in general, as he adapts to his environment and surroundings and the style and competition level of the NBA, and gets comfortable in all of this, I think he could become dangerous.
Michael Carter-Williams

  13. *Boston | Michael Carter-Williams | 6-6 | 185 | PG | Syracuse | 22

Dennis Schroeder

  14. *Minnesota | Dennis Schroeder | 6-2 | 168 | PG | Germany | 20

If he's here, he's a great pickup. He went from a relative unknown to potential lottery pick, almost entirely due to the Nike Hoop Summit. Sometimes all it takes is a chance and some publicity and hype. Had it not been for that game, and his good showing that day, he might not even get drafted. Sometimes it's all chance, all it takes is one good game, one good day where everything seems to click. Sometimes all it takes is a chance to actually play in front of some scouts. The same can be said for the other side of the coin. All it takes is one rough game to drop your stock, especially in the NCAA tourney. Just ask Cody Zeller, who was dropping from top 5 to the bottom of the lottery after his dissapointing performance against Syracuse. Best example of just getting a chance to shine, a "right time right place" moment the way Schroeder broke out was Linsanity. And no, that doesn't mean I think we'll be getting "Schroedersanity" in Utah, but he is a relative unknown who looks the part of an NBA PG, which is Utahs biggest need. The Jazz have a solid young player/prospect at every position except with point, with Alex Burks, Gordon Hayward, Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter. If they throw in Schroeder, and the 21st pick, thats a solid young nucleas to build around for the future. Someone is gonna break out. I think the Jazz are clearly after a PG here, rightfully so, and while MCW is a possibility, Schroeder fits better. He's quick and can get into the lane, and he's a better shooter. The shooting is important, as the Jazz play a system that runs through the post, and with Enes Kanter and Derrick Favors having limited range outside the paint, and Burks not being a good shooter yet either, that means they need some range from their point. Dennis Schroeder reminds me of Darren Collison a bit. And while they could also take BPA here at 14, and then a PG at 21, they're much better getting the best player at the position they need then drafting someone who would play behind one of their other guys anyways. Besides, Schroeder might be the BPA at this point anyways.
Shane Larkin

  15. Milwaukee | Shane Larkin | 5-11 | 171 | PG | Miami | 21

Lucas Nogueira

  16. *Atlanta | Lucas Nogueira | 7-0 | 220 | PF/C | Brazil | 21

Kelly Olynyk

  17. Atlanta | Kelly Olynyk | 7-0 | 234 | C | Gonzaga | 23

Sergey Karasev

  18. *Dallas | Sergey Karasev | 6-7 | 197 | SG/SF | Russia | 20

Giannis Adetokoubo

  19. *Cleveland | Giannis Adetokoubo | 6-10 | 205 | SF | Greece | 19

Tim Hardaway Jr

  20. Chicago | Tim Hardaway Jr | 6-6 | 200 | SG | Michigan | 22

Gorgui Dieng

  21. *Minnesota | Gorgui Dieng | 6-11 | 230 | C | Louisville | 24

Tony Snell

  22. Brooklyn | Tony Snell | 6-7 | 198 | SG/SF | New Mexico | 22

Mason Plumlee

  23. Indiana | Mason Plumlee | 6-11 | 238 | PF | Duke | 24

Tony Mitchell

  24. New York | Tony Mitchell | 6-9 | 236 | SF/PF | North Texas | 22

Jamaal Franklin

  25. LA Clippers | Jamaal Franklin | 6-5 | 191 | SG/SF | San Diego St. | 23

Rudy Gobert

  26. *Oklahoma Cty | Rudy Gobert | 7-2 | 238 | C | France | 22

Glen Rice Jr.

  27. Denver | Glen Rice Jr. | 6-6 | 211 | SG | USA | 23

Jeff Withey

  28. San Antonio | Jeff Withey | 7-0 | 222 | C | Kansas | 24

Reggie Bullock

  29. *Phoenix | Reggie Bullock | 6-7 | 200 | SG/SF | North Carolina | 23

Ricardo Ledo

  30. *Golden St. | Ricardo Ledo | 6-6 | 197 | SG | Providence | 21

Allen Crabbe

  31. *Cleveland | Allen Crabbe | 6-6 | 197 | SG | California | 22

Alex Abrines

  32. *Oklahoma Cty | Alex Abrines | 6-6 | 190 | SG | Spain | 20

Isaiah Canaan

  33. Cleveland | Isaiah Canaan | 6-0 | 190 | PG | Murray St. | 23

Livio Jean-Charles

  34. *Houston | Livio Jean-Charles | 6-9 | 217 | SF/PF | France | 20

Nate Wolters

  35. *Philadelphia | Nate Wolters | 6-5 | 196 | PG | South Dakota St. | 23

CJ Leslie

  36. Sacramento | CJ Leslie | 6-9 | 209 | SF/PF | NC State | 23

DeShaun Thomas

  37. Detroit | DeShaun Thomas | 6-6 | 220 | SF/PF | Ohio State | 22

Archie Goodwin

  38. *Milwaukee | Archie Goodwin | 6-5 | 189 | SG | Kentucky | 19

Mike Muscala

  39. *Portland | Mike Muscala | 6-11 | 230 | PF/C | Bucknell | 23

Nemanja Nedovic

  40. Portland | Nemanja Nedovic | 6-3 | 190 | PG/SG | Serbia | 23

Erick Green

  41. *Memphis | Erick Green | 6-3 | 180 | PG/SG | Virginia Tech | 23

James Ennis

  42. *New Orleans | James Ennis | 6-7 | 200 | SG/SF | Long Beach State | 24

James Southerland

  43. *Dallas | James Southerland | 6-8 | 221 | SF/PF | Syracuse | 24

Myck Kabongo

  44. *Atlanta | Myck Kabongo | 6-2 | 180 | PG | Texas | 22

Grant Jerrett

  45. *Portland | Grant Jerrett | 6-10 | 232 | PF | Arizona | 21

Trevor Mbakwe

  46. Utah | Trevor Mbakwe | 6-8 | 236 | PF/C | Minnesota | 25

Lorenzo Brown

  47. *Denver | Lorenzo Brown | 6-5 | 189 | PG/SG | NC State | 23

Andre Roberson

  48. LA Lakers | Andre Roberson | 6-7 | 206 | SF/PF | Colorado | 22

Kenny Kadji

  49. Chicago | Kenny Kadji | 6-10 | 242 | PF/C | Miami | 26

Bojan Dubljevic

  50. *Miami | Bojan Dubljevic | 6-9 | 235 | PF/C | Montenegro | 22

Pierre Jackson

  51. *Orlando | Pierre Jackson | 5-10 | 176 | PG | Baylor | 22

Carrick Felix

  52. *Minnesota | Carrick Felix | 6-6 | 203 | SG/SF | Arizona St. | 23

Peyton Siva

  53. Indiana | Peyton Siva | 6-1 | 181 | PG | Louisville | 23

Ryan Kelly

  54. *Philadelphia | Ryan Kelly | 6-11 | 230 | PF | Duke | 23

Vitalis Chikoko

  55. Memphis | Vitalis Chikoko | 6-10 | 219 | PF/C | Germany | 23

Erik Murphy

  56. *Detroit | Erik Murphy | 6-10 | 240 | PF | Florida | 23

Colton Iverson

  57. *Phoenix | Colton Iverson | 7-0 | 263 | PF/C | Colorado St. | 25

Ray McCallum

  58. San Antonio | Ray McCallum | 6-1 | 190 | PG | Detroit | 23

Janis Timma

  59. *Minnesota | Janis Timma | 6-8 | 226 | SF | Latvia | 22

Dewayne Dedmon

  60. *Memphis | Dewayne Dedmon | 6-11 | 240 | C | USC | 24