2016 NBA Mock Draft v 4.0

The regular season has come to an end, so the temporary draft order is set. Of course, the official draft order will be determined during the draft lottery, which will be held on May 17

You can view the unofficial Early Entrants List at the below link, to be updated regularly.

2016 NBA Draft: Early Entrants

The entrants will be based off of this list, with a limited number of freshman. All will not stay in the draft, obviously. There is no risk to declare for the draft, as long as you do not hire an agent, which is why the list is so large. Most will withdraw by the deadline.

Unlike other drafts, I did not run a lottery generator to determine this order.


1. Philadelphia 76ers
SF/PF Ben Simmons, Fr, LSU
6'10, 225 lbs
Hometown: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
2015-2016 Stats: 19.2 ppg, 11.8 rpg, 4.8 apg

Sam Hinkie wasn't able to see his vision through, as he "stepped down" shortly before the regular season ended. His plan to duplicate the Oklahoma City Thunder's blueprint was bold and solid, but it shows how much luck goes into the NBA Draft. He could not find his Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook. Whoever replaces him as GM will have a plethora of future assets and a ton of cap space to play with as he attempts to reconstruct this empty roster.

This pick will come down to Ben Simmons and Brandon Ingram. I think Ingram may be a better fit for the currently constructed roster. However, the 76ers need to bring their fans back to the arena and Ben Simmons offers the most star power. He is a marketable talent and Philadelphia needs that right now.

Ben Simmons was always an easy one and done. His team disappointed big time, failing to even reach the NCAA Tournament, but Simmons did little to hurt his draft stock. He showed Lamar Odom-like skills as a ball handler, slasher, scorer, rebounder and all around threat. His game is very NBA friendly. I think only Brandon Ingram could push him as the top overall pick.


2. Los Angeles Lakers
SG/SF Brandon Ingram, Fr, Duke
6'9, 200 lbs
Hometown: Kinston, NC
2015-2016 Stats: 17.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 2.0 apg

The Lakers were able to remain relevant this year, based on Kobe Bryant's retirement tour. This off-season, they will finally be "free" of their aging superstar, and can truly rebuild with a new identity. Do not be surprised if a marquee free agent finally joins the Lake Show, who will be searching for the new face of the franchise.

There is young talent on this team to build around. Jordan Clarkson, D'Angelo Russell and Julius Randle are solid building blocks. If the Lakers land in the top three, that will be yet another good, young player on a rookie contract to either add to the nucleus or sweeten the trade pot.

Ben Simmons has gotten all the hype, but after a slow start to the season, Brandon Ingram has been toe to toe. Ingram is the prototypical 2016 NBA small forward. He is tall, lanky, athletic, a very good shooter and a strong defender. He can handle the ball, rebound, block shots and commit turnovers. It is a two man race between Ingram and Simmons for the first pick.


3. Boston Celtics
(from Brooklyn Nets)
PF Dragan Bender, Croatia
7'1, 225 lbs
Hometown: Croatia
2015-2016 Stats: 4.7 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 0.7 apg

It is hard to believe how bad the trade between the Celtics and Nets was. For one year of Paul Pierce and two of Kevin Garnett, the Nets gave up first round picks in 2016 and 2018, and gave Boston the option to swap picks in 2017. This is the first of three years that Boston will get to reap the rewards of that legendary fleecing.

The Celtics have a deep, young core, and could simply be looking to add the best available talent. As a playoff team with multiple first round picks, this would be a good spot to gamble on the upside of Dragan Bender. The Kristaps Porzingis hype has elevated Bender's draft stock. Bender is not the athlete or defender Porzingis is, but has good three point range and can rebound. He is still young and raw, and has not played much for one of the best teams in Europe, but has the talent to become something special in this draft. A wise investment for Danny Ainge.


4. Phoenix Suns
PG/SG Jamal Murray, Fr, Kentucky
6'5, 207 lbs
Hometown: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
2015-2016 Stats: 20.0 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 2.2 apg

For the last few years, the Suns were perhaps one of the best teams to ever not make the playoffs. However, in 2015-2016, the bottom fell out. An unbalanced roster, injuries, and locker room headaches were the cause of a ton of losses. Going forward, the front office will need to figure out how to build a front court and likely choose between Brandon Knight and Eric Bledsoe as the lead guard, as Devin Booker is ready for big minutes at the two.

Speaking of guards, Jamal Murray is the best player available here. Phoenix is not good enough to draft for talent, so they grab yet another player who can play both guard positions and absolutely stroke the ball. Murray quietly put together a fantastic freshman season, averaging 20 points per game for the disappointing Kentucky Wildcats. Playing next to Tyler Ulis, Murray was not able to show his point guard chops, but can play that position in a pinch at the next level. Shooting has never been more coveted, and Murray will go high.


5. Minnesota Timberwolves
SG Buddy Hield, Sr, Oklahoma
6'4, 214 lbs
Hometown: Freeport, GB, Canada
2015-2016 Stats: 25.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.0 apg

The Timberwolves have the talent to make a push in the West, but it will take time. Karl-Anthony Towns is already one of the best bigs in the league, and Anthony Wiggins is learning how to become a more efficient 20 ppg scorer. Minnesota simply needs to keep adding talent and let the young core continue to develop.

Buddy Hield, fresh off a National Player of the Year award and Final Four appearance, seems destined for the lottery. A fringe first round pick coming into the season, he was the best major conference scorer, looking like a collegiate Dwyane Wade. He can shoot the rock, drive to the basket and knock down free throws at a very high percentage. Of course, at only 6'4, he will find that much more difficult at the NBA level, but his experience and scoring instincts should make him a lottery pick, with a real chance to land in the top five.


6. New Orleans Pelicans
C Jakob Poeltl, So, Utah
7'0, 235 lbs
Hometown: Vienna, Austria
2015-2016 Stats: 17.2 ppg, 9.1 rpg, 1.6 bpg

Injuries and bad roster management caught up to the Pelicans in 2015-2016, who have been out of it since practically the beginning. The front office will have a lot of work to do to surround superstar Anthony Davis with a winning organization before he gets frustrated and decides to move on. That seems to be the ultimate goal for small market teams who have drafted an all NBA talent.

The Pelicans have trotted out sub level talent like Omer Asik and Alexis Ajinca next to Anthony Davis in the front court. To help keep Davis healthy, they need to keep him from the center position as much as possible. Jakob Poeltl would be a nice front court mate. Poeltl gets pushed around a bit too much for a big man, but has the frame to pack on strength. He has a nice mid range game, can rebound and block shots, and most importantly, keep Davis from constantly getting double teamed.


7. Denver Nuggets
SG Furkan Korkmaz, Turkey
6'7, 185 lbs
Hometown:  Bakirkoy, Turkey
2015-2016 Stats: 2.7 ppg, 0.9 rpg, 0.5 apg

The Nuggets have three first round picks to go along with a solid, young nucleus and a strong head coach. The key will be to draft as much young talent as possible. 

It may be hard to fathom a player who averaged 2 points per game going in the top ten, but we saw something similar with Mario Hezonja last year. This draft is very short on impact talent, and Furkan Korkmaz has the potential to develop into a solid scorer. With three picks in the top 20, and a front office who will not mind losing 50 games in 2016-2017, Korkmaz represents a worthwhile gamble here.


8. Sacramento Kings
PG/SG Kris Dunn, Jr, Providence
6'4, 225 lbs
Hometown: New London, CT
2015-2016 Stats: 16.4 ppg, 6.2 apg, 5.3 rpg

It was another year or turmoil and dissatisfaction in Sacramento. This off-season will go a long way towards determining if DeMarcus Cousins sticks around or not. On the plus side, the Kings actually got some production out of their first round pick, Willie Cauley-Stein.

This pick will be Jaylen Brown if he declares, but so far he has not announced his intentions. Kris Dunn is a four year junior who has already graduating, so as expected, he will move on to the next level. Dunn began the year on a tear and even made his way into the top five of a few mocks, but cooled down as the season went on. Dunn had a nice showing during the tournament, showing his ability to get to the rack and score tough buckets. His game would appeal to teams like the Kings, who need toughness and leadership from their lead guard.


9. Toronto Raptors
(from Denver Nuggets)
PF/C Skal Labissiere, Fr, Kentucky
6'11, 225 lbs
Hometown: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
2015-2016 Stats: 6.6 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 1.6 bpg

The Raptors will be picking in the top ten, and perhaps even higher if they get extremely lucky with the ping pong balls, for the right to dump Andrea Bargnani's contract on the Knicks. Is there any doubt why bad teams remain bad?

The Raptors could look to swing for the fences with Skal Labissiere. The second ranked recruit in the country, Labissiere lost John Calipari's trust, and never seemed to regain it. A mega project, he showed flashes, including an 18 point, 9 rebound, 6 block performance against LSU in early March. This draft is short on impact talent, so Labissiere could still hear his name called in the late lottery. If Labissiere can be coached up, he offers difference making defensive ability.


10. Milwaukee Bucks
C Diamond Stone, Fr, Maryland
6'11, 250 lbs
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI
2015-2016 Stats: 12.5 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 1.6 bpg

The Bucks have gone from a playoff team to one without a point guard, a big man who may be traded and an egotistical head coach who may be fired. Things can change fast in the NBA. Milwaukee does have one of the NBA's most unique talents in Giannis Antetokounmpo, and must figure out how to build a team around him.

Diamond Stone could have been a top five pick in the NBA 15 years ago, but the game has changed. Big, lumbering centers are not in demand right now. Still, Stone has the talent to warrant a lottery selection. Stone showed his chops with a 39 point, 12 rebound performance against Penn State on December 30. He could have used another year in college to work on his consistency, but his hometown Bucks need front court beef, and could jump at the opportunity.


11. Orlando Magic
PF/C Domantas Sabonis, So, Gonzaga
6'11, 240 lbs
Hometown: Kaunas, Lithuania
2015-2016 Stats: 17.6 ppg, 11.8 rpg, 0.9 bpg

Orlando looked like a potential playoff team before a terrible tailspin to end the season. This is still a roster who is long on athletes but short on basketball players. Drafting a guy to do the little things would be a solid choice here.

Domantas Sabonis exploded as a sophomore, and capped it all off with a fantastic tournament run. He was a one man wrecking crew in a loss to Syracuse with 19 points, 17 rebounds and 5 blocks. Drafts are typically full of big men long on potential and short on production. Sabonis is the opposite. He might not ever become a legit starting power forward, but the chances of him becoming a solid rotation player are very strong. His game would contrast quite nicely with Aaron Gordon.


12. Utah Jazz
SG/SF Timothe Luwawu, France
6'7, 205 lbs
Hometown: Cannes, France
2015-2016 Stats: 14.6 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 2.8 apg

The Jazz just missed out on the playoffs, but have a very solid nucleus going forward. If this team can find a legitimate point guard, they could be a perennial playoff contender.  That will not happen picking 12th in a weak draft, but Utah can add a solid peice to a bench that was shallow at times in 2015-2016.

Timothe Luwawu has been one of the most productive players in Europe. He plays big minutes for his Euro team, and has shown that three and D game that is all the rage with NBA wing players. The fact that he is from France bodes well for his NBA future as well, as that country routinely produces quality NBA players. Nearly every team in the league can use someone who can play lockdown wing defense, and I do not see Luwawu falling out of the top fifteen or so.


13. Phoenix Suns
(from Washington Wizards)
PF Henry Ellenson, Fr, Marquette

6'10, 245 lbs

Hometown: Rice Lake, WI
2015-2016 Stats: 17.0 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 1.5 bpg

With three first round picks, this draft will go a long way towards shaping the future of the Suns.

Henry Ellenson was the highest recruit Marquette signed in years. He led the Eagles in points, rebounds and blocks, and will take his talents to the next level after only one season. Ellenson has a unique skill set. He is not overly athletic but has solid ball handling skills for a big man and offers some stretch four capabilities. Similar to David Lee, teams that can overlook his defensive shortcomings will land a good offensive player.


14.  Chicago Bulls
SG Malik Beasley, Fr, Florida State 6'5, 190 lbs
Hometown:  Alpharetta, GA
2015-2016 Stats: 15.6 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.5 apg

Tom Thibedeau might have been a grump who clashed with the front office, but Chicago looks lost without him. For the first time in years, the Bulls face serious questions about their future.

Dwayne Bacon received all of the early hype, but Malik Beasley established himself as the best draft prospect on the Seminole roster. Beasley is the ideal NBA wing scorer. He is athletic, can finish in transition and knock down the open jumper. He should make a living parked at the three point line and driving to the rim. Players like that are always in high demand, and Beasley should be a first round pick. Chicago is always on the lookout for bench shooters.


15. Denver Nuggets
(from Houston Rockets)
PF Deyonta Davis, Fr, Michigan State
6'10, 240 lbs
Hometown:  Muskegon, MI
2015-2016 Stats: 7.5 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 1.9 bpg

Deyonta Davis is the first Michigan State freshman to declare for the draft since Zach Randolph a decade and a half ago. Davis has serious lottery potential, but is extremely raw at this stage. At his best, he could be bulldozing scorer who can rebound and block shots. The team who drafts him will have to be patient, and properly develop him. With so many teams owning multiple first round picks, Davis should go in the first round. Denver happens to be one such team.


16. Boston Celtics
(from Dallas Mavericks)
SG Denzel Valentine, Sr, Michigan State
6'5, 220 lbs
Hometown: Lansing, MI
2015-2016 Stats: 19.2 ppg, 7.8 apg, 7.5 rpg

The Celtics went for potential with their first pick, and draft one of the most ready to contribute players in this draft. Denzel Valentine went from a late second round pick to a mid first rounder after a tremendous senior year. There is a lot to like from a rotational player standpoint. Valentine is a solid shooter, a good defender and can handle the ball. His lack of athleticism or upside may confine him to role player status, but he should immediately be a part of Boston's deep rotation.


17. Memphis Grizzlies

PG Demetrius Jackson, Jr, Notre Dame
6'1, 198 lbs
Hometown: Mishawaka, IN
2015-2016 Stats: 15.8 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 3.8 apg

The Grizzlies are led by the big three of Marc Gasol, Mike Conley and Zach Randolph. But once one of those players goes down, the team is in trouble, as the lack of depth on this roster is alarming. The 17th overall pick is not likely to help, but the Grizzlies need to develop some young players to round out their trio.

Demetrius Jackson has improved greatly from year to year. As a lead guard playing 36 minutes per game, he managed to have more than a 2:1 assist to turnover ratio, which silenced some doubts that he was a scoring only point guard. Jackson might not have the size and speed to be a starting point guard, but he should make a very capable backup, with his ability to handle the ball and shoot the three. Memphis needs to just draft the best player available here.


18. Detroit Pistons
PF Marquise Chriss, Fr, Washington
6'9, 225 lbs
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
2015-2016 Stats: 13.7 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 1.6 bpg

The Pistons will probably go with the best player available here with an eye towards big men with some stretch capabilities.

Marquese Chriss could have used another year to develop his body and game, but he has the skills that teams are looking for in their power forwards. He has a good face up game with range out to 20 feet, can rebound on occasion and block shots. Chriss is still a project that will struggle to see the court early, but he could develop into a decent role player and should hear his name called in the teens or early 20's.


19. Denver Nuggets
(from Portland Trail Blazers)
PG Tyler Ulis, So, Kentucky
5'9, 160 lbs
Hometown: Lima, OH
2015-2016 Stats: 17.3 ppg, 7.0 apg, 3.0 rpg

The curious case of Tyler Ulis. You would think a player who played 37 minutes a game, had a 7:2 assist to turnover ratio, averaged 17 points per game and hit 34% of his three point shots would be a shoe in first rounder, right? Well. The NBA still is scared of players under 6 foot. Ask Isaiah Thomas if he deserved to be a first rounder. Someone in the late first round is going to get a real gamer who will successfully lead a second unit. With three first round picks, the Nuggets could pounce on Ulis, who would be a great leader of the second unit with Will Barton and company.


20. Indiana Pacers
C Stephen Zimmerman, Fr, UNLV
7'0, 240 lbs
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
2015-2016 Stats: 10.5 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 2.0 bpg

Frank Vogel once again proved that he is one of the top coaches in the country. Indiana's front office transitioned the roster from a lumbering half court team to a group of undersized scorers, and he brought his team to the playoffs once again.

Stephen Zimmerman was a high recruit who chose to stay home in Las Vegas for school. He had a solid freshman season, averaging close to a double double with two blocks a night. He is a good athlete who can run the floor. The issue is he is not a very efficient scorer at this stage of his development, and is not yet ready to play major minutes at the NBA level. He is 7 foot, which is pretty much a guaranteed ticket to the first round, but he will have to be coached and developed into a serviceable rotation player. Myles Turner is the future of Indiana's front court, but the team is still pretty small otherwise. More size would never hurt.


21. Atlanta Hawks
PF Brice Johnson, Sr, North Carolina
6'9, 228 lbs
Hometown: Orangeburg, SC
2015-2016 Stats: 17.0 ppg, 10.4 rpg, 1.5 bpg

The Hawks will face question marks this off season with franchise player Al Horford entering free agency. Atlanta has not typically had much of a use for first round picks, but the bench is shallow and finding a player to provide minutes might not be a bad idea.

Brice Johnson worked his way from a skinny, 190 pound recruit to one of the better players in college basketball. He is a lanky, wiry, athletic big man who can run the floor, rebound and block shots. Even as a senior, there is still room for development, and his skill set and potential could appeal to playoff teams in the 20's looking for a Taj Gibson-like long term rotation piece.


22. Charlotte Hornets
SF Taurean Prince, Sr, Baylor
6'7, 215 lbs
Hometown: San Antonio, TX
2015-2016 Stats: 16.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 2.3 apg

The Hornets were one of four Eastern Conference teams to win 48 games, a testament to the coaching of Steve Clifford and continued development of Kemba Walker. Charlotte tends to gravitate towards productive upper classmen with their draft picks.

Taurean Prince has developed from a lightly recruited freshman to one of the better two way players in college basketball. As I have mentioned too many times to count, every NBA team is looking for wing players who can play defense and knock down jump shots. Prince definitely qualifies as just that, and should have a role as a bench player on a playoff team picking at the end of the first round.


23. Boston Celtics
C Ivica Zubac, Croatia
7'1, 265 lbs
Hometown: Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
2015-2016 Stats: 8.3 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.2 bpg

There are a glut of European prospects who could find their names called at the end of the first round. Ivica Zubac is a bull of a prospect. He can rebound, block shots and give a team six fouls. He is not much of a threat beyond 8 feet and has already dealt with a couple of injuries, but could represent solid draft and stash value for a team like the Celtics who has more draft picks than roster spots.


24. Philadelphia 76ers
(from Miami Heat)
PG Anthony Barber, Jr, North Carolina State
6'2, 195 lbs
Hometown: Newport News, VA
2015-2016 Stats: 23.5 ppg, 4.5 apg, 4.6 rpg

Anthony Barber exploded as a junior, turning into one of the best scorers in the country. With superstar prospect Dennis Smith Jr. heading to North Carolina State next year, Barber decided to move on. Unless a scoring point guard has great size or fantastic speed, it is hard for him to crack the first round, but Barber offers fantastic scoring potential, and should make it as a solid scoring backup, at the worst. The 76ers definitely have back court minutes available.


25. Los Angeles Clippers
SF/PF Juan Hernangomez, Spain
6'9, 220 lbs
Hometown: Madrid, Spain
2015-2016 Stats: 9.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 0.5 apg

The Clippers have an extremely top heavy roster. Picking this low in the first round, it is hard to find solid contributors, but if they choose to go the foreign route, Juan Hernangomez could become a solid bench player in time. He will likely spend another year or two in Spain, but could follow the career path of Nikola Mirotic. Hernangomez has a similar game, and could thrive off of wide open threes when the paint collapses on Blake Griffin and Chris Paul.


26. Philadelphia 76ers
(from Oklahoma City Thunder)
PG Wade Baldwin IV, So, Vanderbilt
6'3, 194 lbs
Hometown: Belle Mead, NJ
2015-2016 Stats: 14.1 ppg, 5.2 apg, 4.0 rpg

The Vanderbilt Commodores had a disappointing season despite having a few NBA draft prospects on the roster. Wade Baldwin might max out as a backup combo guard, but he does have the potential to be a poor man's George Hill. He is a good shooter, strong scorer and decent ball handler. This draft is light on point guards, which should help him find a spot in the first round. He, along with Anthony Barber, would represent an upgrade over the three headed non-monster of TJ McConnell, Isaiah Canaan and Kendall Marshall in Philadelphia.


27. Toronto Raptors
PF Thon Maker, Australia
7'1, 218 lbs
Hometown: Sydney, Australia

What to make of Thon Maker? The ultimate wild card of all wild cards. He has the body of a teenage Kevin Garnett, the game of an And 1 Mixtape You Tube street baller, and skills that may or may not translate to the NBA. In summary, who on Earth knows. Some team with multiple first round picks could opt to gamble on the oozing potential, or he could find his way well into the second round. Masai Ujiri is not afraid to take a first round gamble on a complete unknown (remember Bruno Coboclo anyone? No? Me neither.)


28. Phoenix Suns
(from Cleveland Cavaliers)
C Ante Zizic, Croatia
6'11, 240 lbs
Hometown: Split, Croatia
2015-2016 Stats: 14.7 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 1.4  bpg

Yet another European draft and stash candidate, Ante Zizic has had a successful overseas career, and will hope to follow fellow Adriatic big men Nikola Pekovic, Nikola Jokic and Jusuf Nurkic, who are all enjoying varying levels of success at the NBA level. Zizic profiles similarly to Jokic, both in body type and game. The Suns have three first round picks and could opt to go the stash route with one of them.


29. San Antonio Spurs
SG Isaia Cordinier, France
6'5, 190 lbs
Hometown: Creteil, France
2015-2016 Stats: 10.7 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 2.0 apg

You know the Spurs were going to get in on the Euro party. It might be a bit of a stretch to put Isaia Cordinier in the first round, but he can shoot, pass the ball and play both guard positions. That could intrigue San Antonio, who needs a young guard in their European farm system. He could eventually carve out a role as a backup combo guard.


30. Golden State Warriors
PF/C Zhou Qi, China
7'2, 209 lbs
Hometown: Henan, China
2015-2016 Stats: 15.8 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 1.5 apg

The Warriors will likely save every penny they can for a run at Kevin Durant, so selling this pick or drafting a stash talent will probably be the direction they go. Zhou Qi's NBA potential is a complete mystery. Yao Ming and Yi Jianlian are the only two Chinese prospects to be drafted in the first round, and their careers could not have turned out more different. At the least, Oakland's large Asian population could have a countryman to cheer for in a few years.


Round 2

31. Boston Celtics (from Philadelphia 76ers) - SF DeAndre Bembry, Jr, St. Joseph's
32. Los Angeles Lakers - PF/C Damian Jones, Jr, Vanderbilt
33. Los Angeles Clippers (from Brooklyn Nets) - PG/SG Dejounte Murray, Fr, Washington
34. Phoenix Suns - PG/SG Melo Trimble, So, Maryland
35. Boston Celtics (from Minnesota Timberwolves) - SF/PF Paul Zipser, Germany
36. Milwaukee Bucks (from New Orleans Pelicans) - SG/SF Patrick McCaw, So, UNLV
37. Houston Rockets (from New York Knicks) - C AJ Hammons, Sr, Purdue
38. New Orleans Pelicans (from Denver Nuggets) - SG Isaiah Whitehead, So, Seton Hall
39. Milwaukee Bucks - SG Malcolm Brogdon, Sr, Virginia
40. New Orleans Pelicans (from Sacramento Kings) - PF Guerschon Yabusele, France
41. Orlando Magic - PF/C Chinanu Onuaku, So, Louisville
42. Utah Jazz - SF/PF Jarrod Uthoff, Sr, Iowa
43. Houston Rockets - PG/SG Caris LeVert, Sr, Michigan
44. Atlanta Hawks (from Washington Wizards) - PG Kahlil Felder, Jr, Oakland
45. Boston Celtics (from Memphis Grizzlies) - SF Jarron Blossomgame, Jr, Clemson
46. Dallas Mavericks - PF Ben Bentil, So, Providence
47. Orlando Magic (from Chicago Bulls) - SG/SF Michael Gbinije, Sr, Syracuse
48. Chicago Bulls (from Portland Trail Blazers) - PF Cheick Diallo, Fr, Kansas
49. Detroit Pistons - SG/SF Damion Lee, Sr, Louisville
50. Indiana Pacers - SG/SF Wayne Selden, Jr, Kansas
51. Denver Nuggets (from Charlotte Hornets) - C Andrey Desyatnikov, Russia
52. Utah Jazz (from Boston Celtics) - PF/C Alpha Kaba, France
53. Boston Celtics (from Miami Heat) - C Mamadou Ndiaye, Jr, UC Irvine
54. Atlanta Hawks - SG Josh Hart, Jr, Villanova
55. Brooklyn Nets (from Los Angeles Clippers) - PF Joel Bolomboy, Sr, Weber State
56. Denver Nuggets (from Oklahoma City Thunder) - PF Kyle Wiltjer, Sr, Gonzaga
57. Memphis Grizzlies (from Toronto Raptors) - SG Sheldon McClellan, Sr, Miami
58. Boston Celtics (from Cleveland Cavaliers) - PG Gary Payton II, Sr, Oregon State
59. Sacramento Kings (from San Antonio Spurs) - PG/SG Tyrone Wallace, Sr, California
60. Utah Jazz (from Golden State Warriors) - SG/SF Daniel Hamilton, So, Connecticut

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