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  • #1222733

    1. Minnesota (via Cleveland): Joel Embiid/Kansas
    2. Milwaukee: Nikola Jokic/Serbia
    3. Philadelphia: Clint Capela/Switzerland
    4. Orlando: Zach Lavine/UCLA
    5. Utah: Andrew Wiggins/Kansas
    6. Boston: Julius Randle/Kentucky
    7. Los Angeles: Jusuf Nurkic/Bosnia and Herzegovina
    8. Sacramento Kings: Aaron Gordon/Arizona
    9. Charlotte Hornets: Marcus Smart/Oklahoma State
    10. Orlando (via Philadelphia): T.J. Warren/North Carolina
    11. Chicago (via Denver): Gary Harris/Michigan State
    12. Philadelphia (via Orlando): Jabari Parker/Duke
    13. Minnesota: Bogdan Bogdanovic/Serbia
    14. Phoenix: Rodney Hood/Duke
    15. Atlanta: Dario Saric/Croatia
    16. Denver (via Chicago): Spencer Dinwiddie/Colorado
    17. Boston: Joe Harris/Virginia
    18. Phoenix: Jerami Grant/Syracuse
    19. Denver (via Chicago): Jordan Clarkson/Missouri
    20. Toronto: Dwight Powell/Stanford
    21. Oklahoma City: Elfrid Payton/Louisana-Lafayette
    22. Memphis: Shabazz Napier/Connecticut
    23. Utah: Maxi Kleber/Germany
    24. Miami (via Charlotte): Kyle Anderson/UCLA
    25. Houston: Noah Vonleh/Indiana
    26. Charlotte (via Miami): Dante Exum/Austrailia
    27. Phoenix: Glenn Robinson III/Michigan
    28. LA Clippers: Tyler Johnson/Fresno State
    29. Oklahoma City: Torrey Craig/USC Upstate
    30. San Antonio: Doug McDermott/Creighton

    Other Notable Players:
    Langston Galloway
    Khem Birch
    Christano Felicio
    Jakar Sampson
    Jordan McRae

  • #1222742

    Tough to see how nurkic rates after he comes back from injury.

    I would have tj warren, saric, bogdanovic, dinwiddie up a spot or 2 and have rodney hood and jabari parker down.

  • #1222754

    31. Milwaukee: Langston Galloway/St. Joseph’s
    32. Philadelphia: Bruno Caboclo/Brazil
    33. Cleveland: Jordan McCrae/Tennessee
    34. New York: Tim Frazier/Penn State
    35. Utah: JaKarr Sampson/St John’s
    36. Milwaukee: Nik Stauskas/Michigan
    37. Toronto: Khem Birch/UNLV
    38. Detroit: Cristano Felicio/Brazil
    39. Philadelphia: Johnny O’Bryant/LSU
    40. Minnesota: David Stockton/Gonzaga
    41. Denver: Tarik Black/Kansas
    42. Houston: Sean Kilpatrick/Cincinnati
    43. Atlanta: James Michael McAdoo/North Carolina
    44. Minnesota: James Young/Kentucky
    45. Charlotte: Tyler Ennis/Syracuse
    46. Washington: K.J. McDaniels/Clemson
    47. Philadelphia: Josh Huestis/Stanford
    48. Milwaukee: Eric Moreland/Oregon State
    49. Chicago: Walter Lemon Jr./Bradley
    50. Phoenix: Axel Toupane/France
    51. New York: Bryce Cotton/Providence
    52. Philadelphia: Thanasis Antetokoumpo/Greece
    53. Minnesota: Adreian Payne/Michigan State
    54. Philadelphia: P.J. Hairston/Texas Legends
    55. Miami: Jarnell Stokes/Tennessee
    56. Denver: Cory Jefferson/Baylor
    57. Indiana: Cleanthony Early/Wichita State
    58. San Antonio: Xavier Munford/Rhode Island
    59. Toronto: Okoro White/Florida State
    60. San Antonio: Walter Tavares/Cape Verde

    This was for anyone who wanted to see a second round

  • #1222828
    Scrooge McDuck

    Dinwiddie and bogdonavich should be higher. I thought smart would be a better pro, but he doesn’t seem that good in my opinion. You put 20 players from that list on the Celtics and they all have better careers. NBA is so much about opportunity it’s crazy. For example ky Bowman may never called up from D league if it wasn’t for the warriors injuries this year. Hell most likely be a 10 year pro now at some point. Crazy.

    Joe Harris should be too 10. Nurkic is way too high nurkic isn’t that good really, and his body isn’t really built for basketball


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