2015 NBA Mock Draft

Updated 4/8/14
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Player
Pos.
Ht.
From Player Report Comp
1
C
6-10 Duke Powerful post player with good hands, exceptional strength and ability to score in the lane. Full Report Derrick Favors
2
6-11 HS (TX) Fast rising prospect with nice upside due to his length and athleticism. Full Report Chris Bosh
3
6-9 Kansas Old school, rugged, back to the basket player with good strength and decent hops. Full Report Al Jefferson
4
6-6 Arizona Versatile wing who can score from anywhere on the floor and is a real winner. Full Report Jason Richardson
5
6-5 SMU PG with great size and strength. Gets into the lane at will and has nice court vision. Full Report Tyreke Evans
6
6-7 Kansas Extremely athletic wing who is improving rapidly and becoming a complete basketball player. Full Report Rudy Gay
7
C
7-0 Kentucky Smooth 7 footer with a very advanced offensive game and range out to three. Full Report Troy Murphy
8
6-10 Croatia Classic Euro player with a high skill level and well developed offensive game. Full Report Chandler Parsons
9
6-10 Syracuse Strong and athletic big who hits the boards hard and has nice physical tools. Full Report Triston Thompson
10
6-5 Duke A powerful wing player with great hops. Attacks the rim with a tenacity. Full Report Jerry Stackhouse
11
6-1 Duke True playmaker with deceptive speed and elite level basketball I.Q. Full Report Tony Parker

12
6-5 Kansas Powerful two guard who has an NBA body and is an explosive athlete. Becoming a deadly three point shooter. Full Report Jason Richardson
13
6-10 Kentucky Long and quick forward with nice upside but lacks strength. Full Report
14
6-0
North Carolina Pass first point guard who sets up teammates well but has limited upside. Full Report
15
6-9 Kentucky Well built with a versatile game and nice skill level. Can really score the ball. Full Report Carlos Boozer
16
C
6-11 Kentucky Broad shouldered and strong center with a soft touch around the rim. Full Report shorter Marc Gasol

17
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
18
6-9 UCLA A unique forward with small forward skills in a 6-9 body with great wingspan. Full Report Paul George/Joe Smith
19
6-6 Croatia Very skilled European with a nice jumper and advanced offensive game. Full Report
20
C
7-0 Arizona Powerful center with broad shoulders, good strength and a willingness to bang in the lane. Full Report Roy Hibbert
21
6-6
Michigan Long, rangy combo guard who plays a well rounded game. Much improved perimeter shooter. Full Report
22
6-6 UNLV NBA body with an advanced game and a high ceiling. Full Report
23
6-9 Florida Top level athlete who excels in up tempo play and in the open court. Quick leaper and great dunker. Full Report Josh Smith
24
6-6 North Carolina Has all the tools to be an NBA star. Excellent length and great scoring ability. Full Report a better Richard Hamilton
25
6-8 Kansas Versatile forward who does a little bit of everything on the basketball court. Full Report Shane Battier
26
6-3 Washington Exceptional passer, leader and team first player. A flat out winner. Full Report Kendall Marshall
27
6-5
California A quick, long and athletic 2 with a sweet jumper. Full Report Gerald Henderson
28
 SF
 6-8
 Kentucky Powerful forward who needs to continue to develop his perimeter game. Full Report Julian Wright
29
6-9
Arizona
A bit undersized for the PF position but has quickness and surprising hops. Rehabbing. Full Report

Lavoy Allen
30
6-10 Michigan Big, back to the basket player who is tough to stop in the paint. Plays with a ton of heart. Full Report Jordan Hill