2018 NBA draft big board.

Here’s my 2018 NBA draft big board. I wrote it prior to the draft but I didn’t get around to publishing until close to the season start, but I thought it wise to post now to see if my predictions become correct and to have proof of them. Note that when I say “first” or “second” option, I mean when they’re on the court, what priority they should have to have a play drawn for them or have the ball in their hands. Some players ended up withdrawing from the draft, thus I wrote “returning to school”. If there’s any criticisms to players, I don’t mean offence, I just write what I observe, and hopefully that can aid the player in making improvements.

1. Miles Bridges – has the body of a Vince Carter/Charles Barkley hybrid. Top 5 shooter in the class. Clutch, having delivered atleast 3 victories for Michigan State in the final moments of games just this year. Has had times where he could’ve been more assertive, but even if the ball isn’t in his hands he helps the offense with his floor spacing and rebounding (36% from 3, but with a FT% of 85 this should translate to better numbers in the NBA with less responsibility of chucking up shots late in shot clock. Averaged 8.9 boards per game last season). Can be a first option on offense where he can come off screens to shoot, or drive by close outs. Ideal as a stretch four in the modern NBA. Also a great lob target. Can finish with either hand. Has so-so length with wingspan of 6’8.5″ but has elite agility and bulk to guard 1-4. Jump shot release not overly high but gets it off quickly.
2. ‎Jaren Jackson Jr. Has the body of Kevin Garnett. Has weird mechanics on his shot but it goes in (40% on 3 albeit with just 2.7 attempts per game, but 80% FT% will translate), coaching might iron this out. Elite shot blocker yet agile enough to guard on the perimeter for stretches (9’2″ vertical reach). Best used as a four, but could play three. Not yet strong enough to play at the five, but conditioning could lead to that. Can start as a fourth option on offense from day one, can develop into more of an offensive threat with a better handle and post game.
3. ‎Bruce Brown. Plays like Gary Payton and Marcus Smart, very intense and physical. Best playmaker in the draft (P&R ball handler yielded 1.2 pts per possession) best used as PG. Has size (6’5″ tall, 6’9″ winspan, 194 pounds at 3.75% body fat so all muscle) to defend 1-4. Streaky shooter but form looks good. 37% on spot ups in freshman year, last year hampered small sample size due to injury.
4. ‎DeAndre Ayton. Body of Joel Embiid, similar skills but better passer. Already dominant inside, with great strength and length, with a developing jump shot (73% FT, 12/35 on 3 last season). Inconsistent effort on defense but has potential to guard 2-5 with good agility. Second option on offense from day one, best used at the five.
5. ‎Michael Porter Jr. Body of Giannis. Best used as a PG with a great handle and feel for the game. Jump shot requires effort with high jumping release but this can be ironed out, solid on FT before his back injury. Had back surgery, past players have not been affected long term by this?. Can defend 1-4. Third option on offense, where he can shoot over smaller guards or take them off the dribble.
6. ‎Brandon McCoy. Size of Steven Adams, with a better offensive game. Can hit mid rangers, while dominant inside. Needs to learn to use his left hand at the rim. Can be great rebounder, shot blocker. Can be defensive anchor and second option on offense at the five.
7. ‎Wendell Carter Jr. A more athletic Zach Randolph. Huge wingspan and body leads to blocks and dominance inside. Good passer, can hit mid range shot with potential for three pointer. Best used as a four, doesn’t have agiltiy to defend the three or height to defend the five consistently. Third option on offense from the high post.
8. ‎Keita Bates-Diop. Stretch center a la Draymond Green. Has giant 7’3″ wingspan at 6’8″ and 235 pounds, his standing reach is 8’10.5″ so he’d be in the lower percentile for centres but would get by with good athleticism and being a complete mismatch offensively. Can switch and defend 1-5. Great shot, can play off the bounce. Can be fifth option on offense by stretching the floor, attacking closeouts, rebounding, and taking opposing fives off the dribble as the shot clock winds down.
9. ‎Mikal Bridges. 6’7″ power forward like Draymond Green, with less bulk but a better shot. Third option on offense, has good handle and floater.
10. Shaq Morris. Dude is 24 (and at time of writing undrafted), but he can really dominate on the glass, defend the rim with his good wingspan, and shoot the rock. He’s playing in Europe, but he can make a great 4 man. Remember the only way to compete with the Warriors is to physically dominate – remember the Kanter-Adams frontcourt that nearly helped take the Thunder to the Finals a few years back? Morris could make a similar impact.
11. ‎Mo Bamba. Stretch four with insane blocking ability. Too weak to play at the five. Can be fourth option on offense, stand in corner for threes and slide in for put backs/lobs.
12. ‎Alize Johnson. Another Draymond Green type. Good passer, ok shooter, good defender, defends 2-4. 5th option on offense.
13. ‎Marvin Bagley. Best used as a shooting guard, with elite agility at 6’11” but a poor winsgpan. Can shoot over defenders at the 2 and can overpower them on the boards. Poor winsgpan and average strength minimises defensive impact inside. Doesn’t use right hand which impacts how he finishes inside, harms handle. At the 2 he can be your second option on offense with elite size and ok shooting.
14. ‎Chandler Hutchison. Andre Roberson – Klay Thompson hybrid. At 6’7″ and agile can defend 2-5. Has handle to drive by guys and soft touch at rim. Promise as shooter. Can be second option at shooting guard. Potential lock down defender.
15. ‎Grayson Allen. JJ Redick with better handle and athleticism. Second option at shooting guard guard with great shooting, good handle and solid athleticism. High basketball IQ. Good enough wingspan to be solid defensively. Athleticism not in doubt due to historically good combine performance.
16. ‎Luka Doncic. First option at shooting guard. Solid shooter who has bad shot selection (32% on threes this year), but FT % of 80% indicates potential as good shooter. Great handle and solid passer. Poor agility and winsgpan makes his defensive potential limited. Can play the 2 and the 4, where he has enough bulk to handle fours, enough quickness to stay in front of most twos, will get blown by quicker threes and point guards. At the 2 can post up smaller guards. Needs ball in hands to be worth defensive issues. Wills truffle to finish over taller more athletic defenders.
17. ‎Robert Williams. Can be elite rebounder immediately. Best used as a four where he can keep up with ball handlers on perimeter and bully smaller guys inside for offensive rebounding opportunities. Can be elite shot blocker. Not tall enough to play at the five consistently. Can’t shoot?. Best used as a fourth option on offense, to set screens and be a lob target, has potential as a mid range threat.
18. ‎Jarrey Foster. Can defend 1-5 with elite speed and strength at 6’6″. Best used as an off ball small forward. A streaky shooter, his offensive role would be to space the floor at the corner and be a cutter from there. Fifth option on offense. (Returning to school)
20. ‎Omer Yurtseven. Floor stretching four man who at 7 feet can defend on perimeter adequately. Can defend at the rim and shoot well, fourth option on offense. Good rebounder, but not strong enough to battle fives inside. (Returning to school).
21. Kostas Antetokounmpo. Best as a four, as not strong enough to play the four and swift or skilled enough to play the three. But he is fast as hell, can shoot a little, cover a heap of ground to contest shots. Has a promising jumper too.
22. ‎Deng Adel. Fifth option small forward who can play a bit like Andrei Kirilenko. 6’9″, long arms, can handle and shoot ok.
23. Isaac Haas. Biggest player in draft. Impossible to move in post and when sealing. Athletic enough to be lob target. Like Roy Hibbert defensively, needs to sink hips lower defending pick and roll and keep hands up, but size compensates a bit. 75% shooter from FT so not a hack-a-Haas candidate and could expand mid range game. Compares most to Roy Hibbert.
24. Kyle Guy. Rip Hamilton type guy who you can run off screens and have a reliable offense just from that. Great shooter, athletic enough to keep up with guys at the 2.
25. ‎Billy Preston. Huge four man who can bully most opponents immediately. Has potential to be mid range threat. Fourth option on offense, to set screens, roll or pop. Quick enough to guard some player some perimeter.
26. ‎Vincent Edwards. Glue guy at small forward, can hit threes at good rate, defend 3-5. Big enough to bully guys in the post and hold his own on boards.
27. Trae Jefferson. Returning to school, but the dude is Ty Lawson quick with a good jumper. Fast enough to have a Muggsy Bogues type effect on D.
28. ‎Daniel Gafford. Elite leaper at 6’11” best used at center as he doesn’t have a jump shot. Elite lob target, has length to defend rim adequately, can be best rim running center in the league. Fifth option on offense, has a developing post game with hook shot. (Returning to school)
29. ‎Melvin Frazier. Fifth option point guard with crazy hops. Long enough to guard 1-2. Lacks polish on handle but firsts two allows him to get by guys anyway. Ok shooter.
30. ‎Kevin Knox. Third option small forward. Ok shooter, good athleticism, average handle, good rebounder. Can be third option on offense due to elite size and solid touch around the rim. Lacks consistency defensively, can be great defender with concentrated effort.
31. ‎Devonte Graham. Fourth option point guard who can run an offense and be a great defender.
32. ‎Thomas Welsh. Tyler Zeller with a jumper. Solid big man who does all the little things to succeed. Can rebound, defend the rim, cover the perimeter and space the floor out to 20 feet at a solid rate, making him a valuable glue guy. Fifth option on offense to set screens and space the floor.
33. ‎Collin Sexton. Third option point guard with great defensive potential and ability to get to basket. Good basketball IQ enables him to run a team and make right pass. Lack of shooting hinders value. Defensive effort not at level desired?
34. ‎Rodions Kurucs. 6’9″ shooting guard. Tall enough to shoot over guys at the 2, not strong or quick enough to get by or defend small forwards. Fifth option on offense as a floor spacer with solid playmaking ability.
35. ‎Lagerald Vick. Best as fifth option power forward. Long enough to protect the rim and fast enough to guard 1-4. Ok shooter who is best used in the corners and on cuts. Elite in transition.
36. ‎Aaron Holiday. Third option shooting guard. Length allows him to guard 1-2. Good shooter and can create off the bounce. Intensity gives him great defensive ability.
37. ‎Rawle Alkins. Fifth option shooting guard. Has size to defend 1-3. Average shooter, but ok handle and great basketball IQ. Marcus Smart – level defender.
38. ‎Trae Young. Fourth option point guard. Elite shooter but with poor height and length needs space to get shot off. Good handle and ok IQ, solid finishing on interior. Not strong enough to guard most point guards but can see court time as floor spacer and transition threat.
39. ‎Jacob Evans. Fifth option point guard, can defend 1-4. At 6’6″ has ok handle and shot. Has great strength to get by defenders.
40. ‎Lonnie Walker. Fourth option small forward. Not quick enough to guard 2s, has length and bulk to defend threes. Can blow by slower small forwards. Ok shot.
41. ‎Bonzie Colson. 6’6″ center, with great strength and some length to make up for lack of height. Great rebounder and playmaker in post. Fifth option on offense.
42. ‎Bruno Fernando. Fifth option center a la Cristiano Felecio, great athleticism at 6’11”. Ok rebounder and shot blocker, average finisher.
43. ‎Nick Richards. Fourth option center with solid finishing ability and developing floater. Fast enough to guard 3-5.
44. ‎Trgivi Hlinason. Fourth option center. Good jump shot in mid range. Good defensive rebounder with strong box outs. Ok rim protector. Solid rim runner.
45. ‎Isaac Bonga. Rangey shooting guard. Solid handle, average shot. Too weak to guard threes but fast enough to guard point guards at 6’9″. Third option on offense in pick and roll due to good basketball IQ.
46. ‎Austin Wiley. Third option center. Solid post game and mid range shot. Ok rim protector at 7’0″.
47. ‎Allonzo Trier. Fifth option shooting guard. Good shooter, length and quickness to defend 1-3. Average handle. Old.
48. ‎Johnathan Williams. Fourth option small forward. Great rebounder and shot blocker, can bully small forwards but not good enough shooter to be stretch four.
49. ‎Payton Pritchard. Fourth option combo guard. Good shooter and playmaker. Size and competitiveness to defend 1-3.
50. ‎Justin Jackson. Fifth option small forward. Great rebounder with agility to defend on perimeter. Ok shoiter.?
51. ‎Abdoulaye Ndoye
52. ‎DeAnthony Melton. Fourth option point guard. Great size and length at the point who can run an offense and get to the rim. Ok shot.
53. ‎Goga Bitazde. Third option center. Big body with a soft mid range touch. Can be used in high post for Jokic-esque fadeaways. Lumbering.
54. ‎Tony Carr. Third option small forward. 3 and D guy.
55. ‎Kevin Hervey. Fifth option shooting guard. Size to defend 1-4. Limited offensively.
56. ‎Kostja Mushidi. Fifth option small forward. Good shooter and athlete. Joe Harris type.
57. ‎JP Macura. Fifth option shooting guard. Good shooter, solid handle,
58. ‎Chimezie Metu. Fifth option power forward. Okay tkelticism, good length, ok mid range shot. Knock knees might affect career later on.
59. ‎Remy Martin. Fourth option point guard. Quick and good shooter.
60. ‎Anfarnee Simons. Third option shooting guard. Ok shot and good handle, athleticism. Young.
61. ‎Jontay Porter. Fourth option small forward. Bulky but faster bought to cover small forwards. Good shot, rebounder.
62. ‎Jordan Poole. Fourth option small forward. Quick and athletic, ok shot.
63. ‎Ray Spalding. Long center. Fourth option center.1. Miles Bridges – has the body of a Vince Carter/Charles Barkley hybrid. Top 5 shooter in the class. Clutch, having delivered atleast 3 victories for Michigan State in the final moments of games just this year. Has had times where he could’ve been more assertive, but even if the ball isn’t in his hands he helps the offense with his floor spacing and rebounding (36% from 3, but with a FT% of 85 this should transl;ate to better numbers in the nBA with less responsibility of chucking up shots late in shot clock. Averaged 8.9 boards per game last season). Can be a first option on offense where he can come off screens to shoot, or drive by close outs. Ideal as a stretch four in the modern NBA. Also a great lob target. Can finish with either hand. Has so-so lengrth with wingspan of 6’8.5″ but has elite agility and bulk to guard 1-4. Jump shot release not overly high but gets it off quickly.
2. ‎Jaren Jackson Jr. Has the body of Kevin Garnett. Has weird mechanics on his shot but it goes in (40% on 3 albeit with just 2.7 attempts per game, but 80% FT% will translate), coaching might iron this out. Elite shot blocker yet agile enough to guard on the perimeter for stretches (9’2″ vertical reach). Leader on defense?. Best used as a four, but could play three. Not yet strong enough to play at the five, but conditioning could lead to that. Can start as a fourth option on offense from day one, can develop into more of an offensive threat with a better handle and post game.
3. ‎Bruce Brown. Plays like Gary Payton and Marcus Smart, very intense and physical. Best playmaker in the draft (P&R ball handler yielded 1.2 pts per possession) best used as PG. Has size (6’5″ tall, 6’9″ winspan, 194 pounds at 3.75% body fat so all muscle) to defend 1-4. Streaky shooter but form looks good. 37% on spot ups in freshman year, last year hampered small sample size due to injury.
4. ‎DeAndre Ayton. Body of Joel Embiid, similar skills but better passer. Already dominant inside, with great strength and length, with a developing jump shot (73% FT, 12/35 on 3 last season). Inconsistent effort on defense but has potential to guard 2-5 with good agility. Second option on offense from day one, best used at the five.
5. ‎Michael Porter Jr. Body of Giannis. Best used as a PG with a great handle and feel for the game. Jump shot requires effort with high jumping release but this can be ironed out, solid on FT before his back injury. Had back surgery, past players have not been affected long term by this?. Can defend 1-4. Third option on offense, where he can shoot over smaller guards or take them off the dribble.
6. ‎Brandon McCoy. Size of Steven Adams, with a better offensive game. Can hit mid rangers, while dominant inside. Needs to learn to use his left hand at the rim. Can be great rebounder, shot blocker. Can be defensive anchor and second option on offense at the five.
7. ‎Wendell Carter Jr. A more athletic Zach Randolph. Huge wingspan and body leads to blocks and dominance inside. Good passer, can hit mid range shot with potential for three pointer. Best used as a four, doesn’t have agiltiy to defend the three or height to defend the five consistently. Third option on offense from the high post.
8. ‎Keita Bates-Diop. Stretch center a la Draymond Green. Has giant 7’3″ wingspan at 6’8″ and 235 pounds, his standing reach is 8’10.5″ so he’d be in the lower percentile for centres but would get by with good athleticism and being a complete mismatch offensively. Can switch and defend 1-5. Great shot, can play off the bounce. Can be fifth option on offense by stretching the floor, attacking closeouts, rebounding, and taking opposing fives off the dribble as the shot clock winds down.
9. ‎Mikal Bridges. 6’7″ power forward like Draymond Green, with less bulk but a better shot. Third option on offense, has good handle and floater.
10. Shaq Morris. Dude is 24 (and at time of writing undrafted), but he can really dominate on the glass, defend the rim with his good wingspan, and shoot the rock. He’s playing in Europe, but he can make a great 4 man. Remember the only way to compete with the Warriors is to physically dominate – remember the Kanter-Adams frontcourt that nearly helped take the Thunder to the Finals a few years back? Morris could make a similar impact.
11. ‎Mo Bamba. Stretch four with insane blocking ability. Too weak to play at the five. Can be fourth option on offense, stand in corner for threes and slide in for put backs/lobs.
12. ‎Alize Johnson. Another Draymond Green type. Good passer, ok shooter, good defender, defends 2-4. 5th option on offense.
13. ‎Marvin Bagley. Best used as a shooting guard, with elite agility at 6’11” but a poor winsgpan. Can shoot over defenders at the 2 and can overpower them on the boards. Poor winsgpan and average strength minimises defensive impact inside. Doesn’t use right hand which impacts how he finishes inside, harms handle. At the 2 he can be your second option on offense with elite size and ok shooting.
14. ‎Chandler Hutchison. Andre Roberson – Klay Thompson hybrid. At 6’7″ and agile can defend 2-5. Has handle to drive by guys and soft touch at rim. Promise as shooter. Can be second option at shooting guard. Potential lock down defender.
15. ‎Grayson Allen. JJ Redick with better handle and athleticism. Second option at shooting guard guard with great shooting, good handle and solid athleticism. High basketball IQ. Good enough wingspan to be solid defensively. Athleticism not in doubt due to historically good combine performance.
16. ‎Luka Doncic. First option at shooting guard. Solid shooter who has bad shot selection (32% on threes this year), but FT % of 80% indicates potential as good shooter. Great handle and solid passer. Poor agility and winsgpan makes his defensive potential limited. Can play the 2 and the 4, where he has enough bulk to handle fours, enough quickness to stay in front of most twos, will get blown by quicker threes and point guards. At the 2 can post up smaller guards. Needs ball in hands to be worth defensive issues. Wills truffle to finish over taller more athletic defenders.
17. ‎Robert Williams. Can be elite rebounder immediately. Best used as a four where he can keep up with ball handlers on perimeter and bully smaller guys inside for offensive rebounding opportunities. Can be elite shot blocker. Not tall enough to play at the five consistently. Can’t shoot?. Best used as a fourth option on offense, to set screens and be a lob target, has potential as a mid range threat.
18. ‎Jarrey Foster. Can defend 1-5 with elite speed and strength at 6’6″. Best used as an off ball small forward. A streaky shooter, his offensive role would be to space the floor at the corner and be a cutter from there. Fifth option on offense. (Returning to school)
20. ‎Omer Yurtseven. Floor stretching four man who at 7 feet can defend on perimeter adequately. Can defend at the rim and shoot well, fourth option on offense. Good rebounder, but not strong enough to battle fives inside. (Returning to school).
21. Kostas Antetokounmpo. Best as a four, as not strong enough to play the four and swift or skilled enough to play the three. But he is fast as hell, can shoot a little, cover a heap of ground to contest shots. Has a promising jumper too.
22. ‎Deng Adel. Fifth option small forward who can play a bit like Andrei Kirilenko. 6’9″, long arms, can handle and shoot ok.
23. Isaac Haas. Biggest player in draft. Impossible to move in post and when sealing. Athletic enough to be lob target. Like Roy Hibbert defensively, needs to sink hips lower defending pick and roll and keep hands up, but size compensates a bit. 75% shooter from FT so not a hack-a-Haas candidate and could expand mid range game. Compares most to Roy Hibbert.
24. Kyle Guy. Rip Hamilton type guy who you can run off screens and have a reliable offense just from that. Great shooter, athletic enough to keep up with guys at the 2.
25. ‎Billy Preston. Huge four man who can bully most opponents immediately. Has potential to be mid range threat. Fourth option on offense, to set screens, roll or pop. Quick enough to guard some player some perimeter.
26. ‎Vincent Edwards. Glue guy at small forward, can hit threes at good rate, defend 3-5. Big enough to bully guys in the post and hold his own on boards.
27. Trae Jefferson. Returning to school, but the dude is Ty Lawson quick with a good jumper. Fast enough to have a Muggsy Bogues type effect on D.
28. ‎Daniel Gafford. Elite leaper at 6’11” best used at center as he doesn’t have a jump shot. Elite lob target, has length to defend rim adequately, can be best rim running center in the league. Fifth option on offense, has a developing post game with hook shot. (Returning to school)
29. ‎Melvin Frazier. Fifth option point guard with crazy hops. Long enough to guard 1-2. Lacks polish on handle but firsts two allows him to get by guys anyway. Ok shooter.
30. ‎Kevin Knox. Third option small forward. Ok shooter, good athleticism, average handle, good rebounder. Can be third option on offense due to elite size and solid touch around the rim. Lacks consistency defensively, can be great defender with concentrated effort.
31. ‎Devonte Graham. Fourth option point guard who can run an offense and be a great defender.
32. ‎Thomas Welsh. Tyler Zeller with a jumper. Solid big man who does all the little things to succeed. Can rebound, defend the rim, cover the perimeter and space the floor out to 20 feet at a solid rate, making him a valuable glue guy. Fifth option on offense to set screens and space the floor.
33. ‎Collin Sexton. Third option point guard with great defensive potential and ability to get to basket. Good basketball IQ enables him to run a team and make right pass. Lack of shooting hinders value. Defensive effort not at level desired?
34. ‎Rodions Kurucs. 6’9″ shooting guard. Tall enough to shoot over guys at the 2, not strong or quick enough to get by or defend small forwards. Fifth option on offense as a floor spacer with solid playmaking ability.
35. ‎Lagerald Vick. Best as fifth option power forward. Long enough to protect the rim and fast enough to guard 1-4. Ok shooter who is best used in the corners and on cuts. Elite in transition.
36. ‎Aaron Holiday. Third option shooting guard. Length allows him to guard 1-2. Good shooter and can create off the bounce. Intensity gives him great defensive ability.
37. ‎Rawle Alkins. Fifth option shooting guard. Has size to defend 1-3. Average shooter, but ok handle and great basketball IQ. Marcus Smart – level defender.
38. ‎Trae Young. Fourth option point guard. Elite shooter but with poor height and length needs space to get shot off. Good handle and ok IQ, solid finishing on interior. Not strong enough to guard most point guards but can see court time as floor spacer and transition threat.
39. ‎Jacob Evans. Fifth option point guard, can defend 1-4. At 6’6″ has ok handle and shot. Has great strength to get by defenders.
40. ‎Lonnie Walker. Fourth option small forward. Not quick enough to guard 2s, has length and bulk to defend threes. Can blow by slower small forwards. Ok shot.
41. ‎Bonzie Colson. 6’6″ center, with great strength and some length to make up for lack of height. Great rebounder and playmaker in post. Fifth option on offense.
42. ‎Bruno Fernando. Fifth option center a la Cristiano Felecio, great athleticism at 6’11”. Ok rebounder and shot blocker, average finisher.
43. ‎Nick Richards. Fourth option center with solid finishing ability and developing floater. Fast enough to guard 3-5.
44. ‎Trgivi Hlinason. Fourth option center. Good jump shot in mid range. Good defensive rebounder with strong box outs. Ok rim protector. Solid rim runner.
45. ‎Isaac Bonga. Rangey shooting guard. Solid handle, average shot. Too weak to guard threes but fast enough to guard point guards at 6’9″. Third option on offense in pick and roll due to good basketball IQ.
46. ‎Austin Wiley. Third option center. Solid post game and mid range shot. Ok rim protector at 7’0″.
47. ‎Allonzo Trier. Fifth option shooting guard. Good shooter, length and quickness to defend 1-3. Average handle. Old.
48. ‎Johnathan Williams. Fourth option small forward. Great rebounder and shot blocker, can bully small forwards but not good enough shooter to be stretch four.
49. ‎Payton Pritchard. Fourth option combo guard. Good shooter and playmaker. Size and competitiveness to defend 1-3.
50. ‎Justin Jackson. Fifth option small forward. Great rebounder with agility to defend on perimeter. Ok shoiter.?
51. ‎Abdoulaye Ndoye
52. ‎DeAnthony Melton. Fourth option point guard. Great size and length at the point who can run an offense and get to the rim. Ok shot.
53. ‎Goga Bitazde. Third option center. Big body with a soft mid range touch. Can be used in high post for Jokic-esque fadeaways. Lumbering.
54. ‎Tony Carr. Third option small forward. 3 and D guy.
55. ‎Kevin Hervey. Fifth option shooting guard. Size to defend 1-4. Limited offensively.
56. ‎Kostja Mushidi. Fifth option small forward. Good shooter and athlete. Joe Harris type.
57. ‎JP Macura. Fifth option shooting guard. Good shooter, solid handle,
58. ‎Chimezie Metu. Fifth option power forward. Okay tkelticism, good length, ok mid range shot. Knock knees might affect career later on.
59. ‎Remy Martin. Fourth option point guard. Quick and good shooter.
60. ‎Anfarnee Simons. Third option shooting guard. Ok shot and good handle, athleticism. Young.
61. ‎Jontay Porter. Fourth option small forward. Bulky but faster bought to cover small forwards. Good shot, rebounder.
62. ‎Jordan Poole. Fourth option small forward. Quick and athletic, ok shot.
63. ‎Ray Spalding. Long center. Fourth option center.

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