2015 NBA Mock Draft


Updated 3/21/15
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Team
Player
Pos
Ht
From Player Report Comp
1
Knicks
C
6-11
Duke Still holding down the top spot but not as certain as before. It would be hard to pass on a post scorer like Okafor. Full Report almost Tim Duncan
2
T-Wolves
C
7-0
Kentucky He'd be the #1 pick in most years (and might be this year). Oozing with upside potential as a 7 footer who can space the floor. Full Report LaMarcus Aldridge,
Pau Gasol
3
76ers
6-5 Ohio State Moving up and is now in the conversation for the #1 pick. The most versatile and skilled guard in the draft. Full Report James Harden
4
Lakers
6-5
USA Seeing him against NCAA competition would've been nice but his upside is still extremely high. A lock for the top 4. Full Report faster Tyreke Evans
5
Magic
7-1
Latvia Highly skilled forward with awesome length, deceptive speed and a silky smooth three point shot. Full Report quicker Rik Smits
6
Kings
6-6
Arizona Seems like a sure thing. Doesn't have the highest ceiling but is a definite All Star. Full Report Joe Johnson
7
Pistons
6-6
Duke A powerful wing player with great hops and high basketball IQ. Attacks the rim with tenacity. Full Report Jerry Stackhouse

8
Nuggets
6-8
Croatia Very skilled Euro with a nice jumper and advanced offensive game. Awesome SG size. Full Report Evan Fournier
9
Jazz
C
7-0
Kentucky His ability to move his feet on the perimeter and guard the rim sets him apart. Has rare athleticism and hustles all over the court. Full Report Tyson Chandler
10
Celtics
6-7
Kansas Some team will gamble on his upside. His combo of above-the-rim play and three point shooting is hard to find. Full Report Rudy Gay
11
Hawks*
6-9
Kentucky Well built with a versatile game and nice skill level. Can really score the ball. Full Report Carlos Boozer
12
76ers
(from Heat)
6-9
UCLA A unique forward with small forward skills in a 6-9 body with great wingspan. Full Report Paul George
13
Suns
6-11
Texas Is still a high level prospect but is looking less like a top 5 pick as the season goes on. Full Report Chris Bosh/John Henson
14
Rockets (from Pelicans)
6-10 Arkansas A long and active forward who needs to add weight and improve his ball skills. Full Report Tim Thomas
15
Hornets
6-7
Arizona A high level athlete and elite defender with an improving offensive game.  Full Report
Tony Allen
16
Pacers
6-8
Louisville An active, strong and physical play-maker. All-out hustle and heart. Full Report Charles Oakley
17
Bucks
PG 6-5 Utah A very long lead guard who shares the ball well and can score a bit in the lane. Full Report Mardy Collins
18
Thunder
C
7-0
Wisconsin Highly skilled big man with a great shooting touch. Well suited for the L.  Full Report Ryan Anderson
19
Wizards
Jerian Grant
6-5
Notre Dame Solid combo guard prospect who contributes in all aspects of the game. Daequan Cook
20
Bulls
6-1
Duke True play-maker with nice speed and elite level basketball I.Q. Full Report Tony Parker

21
Raptors
6-5 Kentucky Elite level shooter from downtown. Developing an all around game. Full Report Wesley Mathews
22
Spurs
C
7-0
Kentucky Broad shouldered and strong center with a soft touch around the rim. Full Report Marc Gasol
23
Celtics  
(from Mavs)
Guillermo Hernangomez
C
6-11
Spain Powerful and skilled post player who can score in the lane. Nikola Vucevic
24
Lakers
(from Rockets)
6-9 LSU Talented scorer who plays with a lot of power and good energy. Full Report Matt Harpring
25
Cavs
Melo Trimble
6-3 Maryland A true point guard who can also score in bunches. Cory Joseph
26
Celtics  
(from Clippers)
6-9
North Carolina Long, skinny forward who excels at getting out in the open court and playing above the rim. Full Report Al Thornton
27
Cavs  
(from Bulls)
6-8 Kansas Versatile forward who does a little bit of everything on the basketball court. Full Report Shane Battier
28
Nets  
(from Hawks)
6-5 Georgia State Elite level outside shooter who can spread the floor. Average athlete. Full Report MarShon Brooks
29
Grizzlies
6-5 Kentucky Sweet shooting guard with good scoring ability and quickness. Full Report O.J. Mayo
30
Warriors
C
6-11
UNLV Long, skinny, athletic center who protects the rim and can shoot with good range. Full Report Jared Jeffries
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Trades
*Celtics receive Clippers' First Round Pick (Doc Rivers trade)
*76ers receive Heat's first round pick (top ten protected) 
*Lakers get Rockets first round pick (unprotected, Jeremy Lin trade)
*Rockets get Pelicans first round pick (top 3 and bottom 10 protected)
*Bulls get Kings first round pick, top 10 protected, via Cavs (Deng Trade)
*76ers get Lakers first round pick (top 5 protected, via Suns)
76ers receive the Thunder's first round pick (top 18 protected, via Denver)
*Hawks have the right to swap picks with the Nets
*Bulls have right to swap picks with the Cavs (top 14 protected) 
*Celtics receive the Mavs First Round Pick (Rondo)