2017 NBA Mock Draft – 3/28/17

Go ahead and call this the Final Four edition. This tournament has been full of surprises. I am a resident of Columbia, South Carolina, and it has been fun to see the city go crazy over basketball for once. I am rooting hard for a North vs. South Carolina final, though from an NBA prospect perspective UNC vs. Gonzaga would definitely be the best matchup.

Like my previous draft, I used a lottery generator from http://www.tankathon.net.

Everyone who has declared early is eligible for this mock. The only first round prospect to officially announce he will return to school is Texas A&M freshman Robert Williams. Click the link below to see who has declared and who will return to school.

2017 NBA Draft – Early Entrants

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2017 NBA Draft – Round 1

Pick Team Player H/W Hometown Position
1. Boston Celtics (from Nets) yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Markelle Fultz, Fr, Washington 6’4, 195 lbs Upper Marlboro, MD PG/SG
2016-2017 Stats: 23.2 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 5.9 apg
If the Celtics can luck into the top overall choice, it will give them further ammunition as they make a run for a legit superstar. Boston is set in the back court with Isaiah Thomas and Avery Bradley, but Markelle Fultz remains the consensus top prospect in this class. The Huskies suffered through a miserable year, which could give some scouts pause, but Fultz did his part, putting up huge numbers across the board. His all around offensive game is tailor made for today’s NBA, and he has the look of an All Star point guard.
2. New York Knicks yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Lonzo Ball, Fr, UCLA 6’6, 190 lbs Chino Hills, CA PG
2016-2017 Stats: 14.6 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 7.6 apg
It has been another miserable year in New York, but one silver lining is that the Knicks no longer owe first round picks to any other teams. This means that the front office can finally build through the draft. Of course, with so much front office drama, who knows if that is the route they will take (short answer, no, they won’t). The Knicks should just take the best player available, and fortunately, that will be a point guard here. New York’s list of point guards since the turn of the century have been laughable at best. Ignoring the off the court stuff that is out of Lonzo Ball’s hands, he has a game that should translate well to the NBA. He has great height, tremendous court vision and is a leader and gamer. He is not the most athletic, but his flashy game should make him a fan favorite at Madison Square Garden. ESPN (aka TMZ for sports), please stop giving his father publicity.
3. New Orleans Pelicans yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Josh Jackson, Fr, Kansas 6’8, 207 lbs Detroit, MI SG/SF
2016-2017 Stats: 16.3 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 3.0 apg
The Sacramento Kings have been a laughing stock in the NBA for a long time, and if the Pelicans wind up with a top three pick, that would just mean more bad news for the Kings. This would be a tremendous turn of events for New Orleans, however, as they get to add a legitimate talent to a roster in desperate need of it. Josh Jackson seems to get a lot of unfair hate, from his lack of a real jump shot to on the court antics. I still believe he is in strong contention for the number one pick, and the only reason he will not be is the position he plays. Jackson has the look of a young Jimmy Butler, with his passion for the game, aggressiveness on offense and defensive potential. Sure, he needs to shoot better, especially from the free throw line, but there is a lot to like.
4. Philadelphia 76ers (from Lakers) yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p De’Aaron Fox, Fr, Kentucky 6’3, 187 lbs Houston, TX PG
2016-2017 Stats: 16.7 ppg, 4.6 apg, 4.0 rpg
Like the Kings, losing out on a top pick would be a devastating outcome for the Lakers, who traded this pick years ago for a washed up Steve Nash. 76ers fans would be ecstatic with two top ten picks, and would be able to add serious talent to a shallow back court. De’Aaron Fox probably had the game of the tournament so far when he single handedly demolished Lonzo Ball and UCLA with a 39 point effort in the Sweet Sixteen. Fox has been far more aggressive on offense than scouts thought he would be, and has shown great strength and defensive ability as well. Fox is not much of a three point shooter, but that will not be a huge hindrance if he winds up playing with other ball handlers like Dario Saric and Ben Simmons. Philadelphia would welcome his defensive intensity and leadership skills with open arms.
5. Phoenix Suns yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Jayson Tatum, Fr, Duke 6’8, 205 lbs St. Louis, MO SF
2016-2017 Stats: 16.8 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 2.1 apg
I am sure if Beauty and the Beast was an NBA Disney movie, the song in the bar would be “No One Tanks Like Phoenix”. The Suns are “resting” any veteran of significance, and recently fielded the youngest starting five in NBA history. The back court seems to be in good hands going forward with Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis, so the front court seems to be the way to go. The great Duke freshman class disappointed immensely, other than Jayson Tatum, who was the best player for Duke this year. Tatum does not stand out in any one area, but he is a good scorer, shooter, ball handler, rebounder and defender.
6. Orlando Magic 66395011978 Jonathan Isaac, Fr, Florida State 6’10, 210 lbs Naples, FL SF/PF
2016-2017 Stats: 12.0 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 1.5 bpg
The front office has done a terrible job of building the Orlando roster, and Frank Vogel has not struggled to put the pieces together and make it work. Orlando does have some young talent, but it needs to gel and come together, and that is a long way from happening. Fortunately, they have a chance to add a player who could instantly become the most talented on the roster. Unlike the top five players in this mock, Jonathan Isaac is still a project, which places him in the next tier, though he could be as talented as anyone in the draft. At his best, he offers rebounding, shot blocking and three point shooting, basically what teams look for in a big small forward/stretch four. Isaac put up a great 17 point, 10 rebound, 5 assis, 3 block performance in the NCAA tournament, and that could be the type of production he gives an NBA team during his prime.
7. Philadelphia 76ers yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Dennis Smith, Fr, North Carolina State 6’3, 195 lbs Fayetteville, NC PG
2016-2017 Stats: 18.1 ppg, 6.2 apg, 4.6 rpg
How exciting would the 76ers be if they could add two top point guard prospects to a nucleus that includes Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and Timothe Luwawu-Carabot? Sure, both Dennis Smith and De’Aaron Fox are listed as point guards, but both players can utilize their strengths to play off each other. Smith is an aggressive scorer and slasher who is a better three pointer than his percentages suggest. Playing with numerous ball handlers in Philadelphia would open up his offense and give him chances to score one on one, something he rarely was able to do in college. If the Sixers can nail this draft and somehow keep Embiid healthy, The Process will be complete.
8. Minnesota Timberwolves yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Frank Ntikilina, France 6’5, 170 lbs Brussels, Belgium PG
2016-2017 Stats: 18.1 ppg, 6.2 apg, 4.6 rpg
If any team needs an injection of veteran leadership, it is the Timberwolves. Despite a lot of individual success, it hasn’t translated to wins like the front office and coaching staff envisioned. Minnesota would be best served utilizing this pick in hopes of bringing in some talent that is ready to contribute now, especially with Tom Thibodeau’s hesitance to play rookies. If they keep this pick, Frank Ntikilina could make a lot of sense. He is still a project, but flashed big time ability during the recent FIBA U18 European Championships. He is a lanky, aggressive scorer who has the ability to be a long down perimeter defender. He could be ready to take over as starter when Ricky Rubio’s contract expires following the 2018-2019 season.
9. Sacramento Kings yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Malik Monk, Fr, Kentucky 6’3, 200 lbs Lepanto, AR SG
2016-2017 Stats: 19.8 ppg, 2.3 apg, 2.5 rpg
The Kings would love to draft it’s point guard of the future, but the five point guard prospects have all been gobbled up within the first eight picks. Sacramento is beginning a very long rebuild, and would be wise to just draft the best player available. Malik Monk could be a bit redundant next to Buddy Hield, but Monk is the superior athlete and offers more upside. Monk was not asked to do much at Kentucky but score, but he averaged over 20 points per game up until the last few games of the season. He showed his clutch ability with a game tying three pointer in the closing seconds of a tough loss to North Carolina in the Elite Eight. His size is a concern, but he should be a good offensive player in the NBA. Teams always want shooting.
10. Dallas Mavericks yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Lauri Markkanen, Fr, Arizona 7’0, 230 lbs Jyvaskyla, Finland PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 15.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 0.9 apg
While Lauri Markkanen could not keep up the torrid pace to start the season, and had a very up and down 2017, he has shown that he should be a solid starting stretch four in the NBA. Theoretically, this could not be a better landing spot as Markkanen would be able to learn from the best stretch four in the history of the NBA. Like Dirk Nowitzki, he is a seven foot foreign big with range well past the three point line. Markkanen is not much of a defender, to put it kindly, and he does not rebound as well as you would hope from a seven footer, but could grow into a 20 point per game scorer in time.
11. Charlotte Hornets yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Justin Jackson, Jr, North Carolina 6’8, 210 lbs Tomball, TX SF
2016-2017 Stats: 18.2 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.8 apg
Seeing Justin Jackson in the lottery may be a surprise, but Jackson has been spectacular all year and is making himself a lot of money during the NCAA Tournament. Jackson is the best prospect in the Final Four, and has put it all together during his junior season, becoming a complete all around offensive threat and team leader. The Charlotte Hornets have long been attracted to players with resumes like Jackson’s, and would welcome his shooting, slashing ability and leadership skills. The Hornets desperately need players who can create their own shots.
12. Detroit Pistons yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Miles Bridges, Fr, Michigan State 6’7, 230 lbs Flint, MI SF/PF
2016-2017 Stats: 16.9 ppg, 8.3 rpg, 2.1 apg
Things have been a mess in Detroit this year, and most of the blame has been placed on the two highest paid players on the team in Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson. The Pistons roster is too good to struggle like it has, but changes are most likely coming in the off season. The Michigan native Miles Bridges is probably the top talent available, though there are similar tweeners like Stanley Johnson and Tobias Harris already on the roster. Still, Bridges is a good offensive player and tough scorer who has a winner’s attitude and brings it all every game, all things Detroit thought it was getting when Johnson was drafted.
13. Chicago Bulls 5o2wuto6hq2592hhy9e4prm6e Jarrett Allen, Fr, Texas 6’11, 235 lbs Round Rock, TX PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 13.4 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 1.5 bpg
If any team in the NBA needs to hit the reboot button it is the Chicago Bulls. Things have been a mess this year, and the front office needs to come to a consensus on how to proceed. Trading Jimmy Butler should net them a big package, but it will all start with the draft, where Chicago should just take the best player available here. Jarrett Allen has a nice mix of an old school face up game and new school big man quickness, and should become a solid starting center in the NBA.
14. Denver Nuggets yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Rodions Kurucs, Latvia 6’8, 190 lbs Riga, Latvia SF
2016-2017 Stats: 9.5 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 1.4 apg
The Nuggets have had great success with European prospects in the past, and could look to go that route again, especially with a deep roster. Rodions Kurucs is one of the best young scorers in Europe, and has elevated his game immensely in recent months. He has been compared to Danilo Gallinari, the player he will almost assuredly replace following the 2017-2018 season.
15. Miami Heat 90361392007 John Collins, So, Wake Forest 6’10, 235 lbs West Palm Beach, FL PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 19.2 ppg, 9.8 rpg, 1.6 bpg
Despite an injury depleted roster full of fringe NBA players on one year contracts, the Heat currently find themselves in the eighth spot in Eastern Conference playoff race. Other than point guard and center, the Heat need talent upgrades throughout the lineup. All John Collins did at a sophomore is lead the entire NCAA field in PER, thanks to his tremendously efficient scoring and rebounding. Collins reminds me a bit of LaMarcus Aldridge coming out of Texas. He is a very good low post to mid range scorer, and his defensive deficiencies will be negated a bit playing next to Hassan Whiteside.
16. Portland Trail Blazers 7456 Ivan Rabb, So, California 6’11, 220 lbs Oakland, CA PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 14.0 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 1.0 bpg
Portland is in the midst of a nice winning month to pull even with Denver for the final playoff spot out west. The Trail Blazers would love to cap off a disappointing season with a playoff appearance and three first round picks in the upcoming draft. With that many picks it only makes sense to go with the best player available. Ivan Rabb could have been a top five pick in 2016, but tumbles down the draft here. “Tumbles” is a harsh word though, as he is as good as he was last year, this is just a better draft. Rabb might not improve much more than he already has, but should be a solid backup big off the bench who can chip in points, rebounds and blocks, with the upside to perhaps develop into a starter.
17. Atlanta Hawks yookgal4j29r36rx6fz3jug2p Bruce Brown, Fr, Miami 6’5, 190 lbs Boston, MA PG/SG
2016-2017 Stats: 11.8 ppg, 5.6 rpg, 3.2 apg
Bruce Brown finished an up and down freshman season in typical Bruce Brown fashion, with a 21 point performance against North Carolina in the ACC tournament followed by a quiet 11 point game in the NCAA Tournament. Brown is a project to be sure, but he has been in my first round all season thanks to his athleticism, all around game and willingness to compete. While I in no way compare him to Russell Westbrook, I see some similarities between Brown and UCLA era Westbrook. At the worst, he could be a nice combo guard off the bench who will provide toughness and defense. The Hawks could use someone like that off it’s bench.
18. Milwaukee Bucks 3pjgog0vs8brehugdqzh Jawun Evans, So, Oklahoma State 6’1, 185 lbs Dallas, TX PG
2016-2017 Stats: 19.2 ppg, 6.4 apg, 3.4 rpg
The Bucks find themselves over .500 despite mediocre coaching and shoddy point guard play. Jawun Evans might be a bit of a reach here, but this is a point guard league and finding players who can score and lead teams is as important as ever. Evans had another great year as a sophomore, and this time it translated to wins, as Oklahoma State found itself back in the NCAA Tournament. Evans is one of the best scorers in college basketball, and is an underrated passer, sporting 6.4 assists to only 2.4 turnovers. Size is a bit of an issue, but Evans is talented enough to develop into a high quality backup or low end starter.
19. Indiana Pacers lhf2fxwjfmysj71nzmqw Tyler Lydon, So, Syracuse 6’9, 223 lbs Elizaville, NY SF/PF
2016-2017 Stats: 13.1 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 2.0 apg
At this point in the draft, I just have teams taking the best player available, in hopes of landing a rotation contributor. Tyler Lydon had an inconsistent sophomore season for Syracuse, but played virtually every minute of conference play (no exaggeration) and has a nice inside/outside forwards game, with his ability to score out to the three point line and play solid defense. He could push Thaddeus Young at power forward in Indiana sooner than later.
20. Portland Trail Blazers (from Grizzlies) 7456 TJ Leaf, Fr, UCLA 6’10, 225 lbs El Cajon, CA PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 16.3 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 2.4 apg
The Trail Blazers double up on big men, drafting TJ Leaf to go along with Ivan Rabb, though the two prospects could not be any more different. Leaf has nice range on his jump shot, and while he is a solid rebounder, does not possess the strength to hang down low with NBA big men. He is a willing passer however, and would be another nice piece to add to a new look Portland front court.
21. Oklahoma City Thunder 2632 Semi Ojeleye, Jr, SMU 6’7, 230 lbs Ottawa, KS SF/PF
2016-2017 Stats: 19.0 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.5 apg
I know it is beating a dead horse at this point, but Russell Westbrook and James Harden are the two front runners for MVP. Kevin Durant has won it in the past. Boy, did the Thunder sure botch handling these three superstars. All three should be winning championships in Oklahoma City. Instead, Thunder management has to figure out how to add some real talent around Westbrook, or his superhuman statistics will be of little use. Of course, that will not happen in this draft, but a player like Semi Ojeleye could immediately find his way into Oklahoma City’s rotation. Ojeleye has exploded following a transfer from Duke, showing that inside/outside game that the NBA loves from their forwards. Sure, he has only done it for one year and is already 23 years old, but we have seen countless players like him drafted in the latter stages of the first round.
22. Toronto Raptors (from Clippers) 2632 Luke Kennard, Jr, Duke 6’6, 202 lbs Franklin, OH SG
2016-2017 Stats: 19.5 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 2.5 apg
The NCAA Tournament certainly was not kind to Luke Kennard, but that should not overshadow a terrific junior season. I am actually uncertain that Kennard will declare for the draft, but with an outstanding freshman class set to arrive in 2017-2018, now might be the time for Kennard to strike. Every NBA team needs a guy who can shoot and create his own offense, and Toronto is no exception, especially after the Raptors had to trade Terrence Ross.
23. Utah Jazz 2632 Edrice Adebayo, Fr, Kentucky 6’10, 260 lbs Washington, DC PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 13.0 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 1.5 bpg
Edrice Adebayo started the season in my top ten, but now finds himself in the 20’s. That is more of a testament to this draft’s star power than the play of Adebayo. He has shown the ability to be a consistent interior presence for the Wildcats. Adebayo has the ability to rebound, block shots and score out to fifteen feet or so. A big men such as Adebayo is not in high demand these days, but he could still develop into a solid starting center, and could push the underwhelming Derrick Favors in Utah.
24. Orlando Magic (from Raptors) 66395011978 Harry Giles, Fr, Duke 6’10, 240 lbs Winson-Salem, NC PF
2016-2017 Stats: 3.9 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 0.7 bpg
Quite a few bad teams have additional picks in the 20’s, which means Harry Giles should be a first round pick. Personally, I would not select him and hand him a guaranteed contract, as he has shown little to nothing since returning from a third knee surgery. But, in theory, the talent is still there and he could be a worthy gamble if he pans out. The Magic are one of those aforementioned bad teams in desperate need of star talent. It is a question as to whether Giles still possesses such talent.
25. Brooklyn Nets (from Wizards) 76753092008 Cameron Oliver, So, Nevada 6’8, 225 lbs Sacramento, CA SF/PF
2016-2017 Stats: 16.0 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 2.6 bpg
Sean Marks deserves quite a bit of props for moving forward and accepting the franchise crippling trade with the Celtics, and doing what he can to add young talent to a barren roster. Brooklyn will have two picks late in the first round, and luckily, this is a deep draft where rotation players can still be had. Cameron Oliver offers a unique blend of shooting, scoring and shot blocking. He is athletic and able to handle either forward spot. Shot blocking and rebounding usually translate to the NBA, and there will be plenty of minutes available at power forward.
26. Portland Trail Blazers (from Cavaliers) 7456 Isaiah Hartenstein, Germany 7’0, 225 lbs Eugene, OR PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 1.0 ppg, 0.8 rpg, 0.2 apg
Make it a trio of power forwards for the Trail Blazers. I doubt Portland will roster three guarantee contract rookies next year, and this is a good spot to draft a European stash player. Hartenstein has lottery talent, but has not been able to carve out a role for his European club. It will take a lot of coaching, but he could develop into a solid starter in the NBA, though it will take a few years.
27. Brooklyn Nets (from Celtics) 76753092008 Jalen Brunson, So, Villanova 6’3, 190 lbs Lincolnshire, IL PG/SG
2016-2017 Stats: 14.7 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 4.1 apg
I may be the only Jalen Brunson fan in the entire world, but I think he has a solid NBA future. He is not the most athletic or a committed defender, but he is a very efficient scorer who is talented enough to lead an NBA offense. His future probably lies as a backup scorer in a CJ Watson type mold, but he could be a mid tier starter at point guard during his prime. The Nets have been forced to start guys like Spencer Dinwiddie and Isaiah Whitehead at point guard, so they are definitely of the “beggars can’t be choosers” variety.
28. Los Angeles Lakers (from Rockets) 76753092008 Caleb Swanigan, So, Purdue 6’9, 250 lbs Fort Wayne, IN PF/C
2016-2017 Stats: 18.5 ppg, 12.5 rpg, 3.1 apg
Although Caleb Swanigan is a bit of a poor man’s Julius Randle, and there is no way both players could be on the court at the same time, he is the best player available for a Lakers team that simply needs talent. Swanigan might be the best player in the NCAA, but it will be hard to overcome his shortcomings to be anything more than a bench big in the NBA. Still, he is very competitive, a great rebounder and has three point range, which will help his chances of sticking in an NBA rotation.
29. San Antonio Spurs 76753092008 Sindarius Thornwell, Sr, South Carolina 6’5, 211 lbs Lancaster, SC SG/SF
2016-2017 Stats: 21.6 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 2.8 apg
Judging by history, the South Carolina Gamecocks are the biggest Cinderella Story since George Mason. However, South Carolina was ranked at points during the season and lay claim to the best player in the SEC in Sindarius Thornwell. History has also shown us that a great player can carry a team during the Tournament, and Thornwell is doing just that, with four straight games of 24 or more points. Thornwell, a former top recruit, has put it all together during a fantastic senior season. Entering the tournament, he was a mid to late second round pick, but now has to be taken seriously as a first round prospect. He would make a great fit as a bench guard on a good team like the Spurs, who could groom him to take over for Manu Ginobili.
30. Utah Jazz (from Warriors) 2632 PJ Dozier, So, South Carolina 6’6, 205 lbs Columbia, SC PG/SG
2016-2017 Stats: 13.8 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 2.8 apg
Of course, Sindarius Thornwell is not the only NBA prospect on South Carolina. PJ Dozier, another former top recruit, has had a great Tournament as well. Scouts remember players who go far in the Big Dance, and Dozier could use this exposure to punch a ticket to the first round of the NBA Draft. He has some point guard skills, but has taken a back seat role as a second scorer in Columbia, but he could be a Jordan Clarkson like combo guard in the NBA.

Round 2

31. Atlanta Hawks (from Nets) – SG/SF Kostja Mushidi, Germanu
32. Los Angeles Lakers (from Magic) – SG/SF Dwayne Bacon, So, Florida State
33. Phoenix Suns – PF Kyle Kuzma, Jr, Utah
34. Orlando Magic – SG Terrance Ferguson, United States
35. Philadelphia 76ers (from Kings) – C Anzejs Pasecniks, Latvia
36. New York Knicks (from 76ers) – PF Johnathan Motley, Jr, Baylor
37. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Celtics) – SF Jaron Blossomgame, Sr, Clemson
38. Sacramento Kings (from Bulls) – PF Jordan Bell, Jr, Oregon
39. New Orleans Pelicans – SG Allonzo Trier, So, Arizona
40. Dallas Mavericks (from 76ers) – SG Grayson Allen, Jr, Duke
41. Charlotte Hornets – SG Josh Hart, Sr, Villanova
42. Detroit Pistons (from Utah Jazz) – PG Kobi Simmons, Fr, Arizona
43. New York Knicks (from Bulls) – SG Donovan Mitchell, So, Louisville
44. Portland Trail Blazers (from Mavericks) – PG George De Paula, Brazil
45. Miami Heat (from 76ers) – PF Alec Peters, Sr, Valparaiso
46. Denver Nuggets (from Rockets) – PG/SG Edmond Sumner, So, Xavier
47. Indiana Pacers – PG Monte Morris, Sr, Iowa State
48. Milwaukee Bucks – SF/PF Dillon Brooks, Jr, Oregon
49. Atlanta Hawks (from 76ers) – SG/SF Trevon Bluiett, Jr, Xavier
50. Denver Nuggets (from Grizzlies) – SF/PF Jonah Bolden, Australia
51. Denver Nuggets (from Thunder) – PF/C Jonathan Jeanne, France
52. Boston Celtics (from Clippers) – PF/C Eric Mika, So, BYU
53. Phoenix Suns (from Raptors) – C Omer Yurtseven, Fr, North Carolina State
54. Utah Jazz – SF VJ Beachem, Sr, Notre Dame
55. Washington Wizards – SG LJ Peak, Jr, Georgetown
56. Boston Celtics (from Cavaliers) – PF/C Mathias Lessort, France
57. Brooklyn Nets (from Celtics) – SG Khadeen Carrington, Jr, Seton Hall
58. New York Knicks (from Rockets) – SF/PF Rolands Smits, Latvia
59. San Antonio Spurs – PF/C Alpha Kaba, France
60. Atlanta Hawks (from Warriors) – PF Angel Delgado, Jr, Seton Hall

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