2015 NBA Mock Draft

Updated 2/24/15
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Team
Player
Pos
Ht
From Player Report Comp
1
Knicks
C
6-10
Duke Powerful post player with good hands, exceptional strength and ability to score in the lane. Full Report Tim Duncan
2
T-Wolves
6-5
USA PG with great size and elite quickness. Gets into the lane at will and has nice court vision. Full Report faster Tyreke Evans
3
76ers
6-5 Ohio State Tall point guard with a great feel for the game. Can score at will and is a great set-up man. Full Report almost James Harden
4
Lakers
C
7-0
Kentucky Smooth 7 footer with a very advanced offensive game and range out to three. Full Report LaMarcus Aldridge,
Pau Gasol

5
Magic
6-6
Arizona Versatile wing who can score from anywhere on the floor and is a real winner. Mature beyond his years. Full Report Joe Johnson
6
Kings
7-1
Latvia Highly skilled forward with awesome length and deceptive speed. Full Report Rik Smits
7
Jazz
C
7-0
Kentucky Nice mobility and very good upside. Great center size and can really guard the rim. Hustles all over the court. Full Report Tyson Chandler
8
Nuggets
6-8
Croatia Very skilled European with a nice jumper and advanced offensive game. Full Report Evan Fournier
9
Pacers
6-11
Texas Fast rising prospect with nice upside due to his length and athleticism. Full Report Chris Bosh/John Henson
10
Pistons
6-6
Duke A powerful wing player with great hops. Attacks the rim with tenacity. Full Report Jerry Stackhouse

11
Celtics
6-7
Kansas Extremely athletic wing with great length and high upside. Full Report Rudy Gay
12
Hornets
6-8
Louisville An active, strong and physical playmaker. All-out hustle and heart. Full Report Charles Oakley

13
Rockets (from Pelicans)
6-9
UCLA A unique forward with small forward skills in a 6-9 body with great wingspan. Full Report Paul George
14
76ers
(from Heat)
6-2
Louisville A compact and strong lead guard with an NBA ready game. Full Report Robert Pack
15
Suns
6-9
Kentucky Well built with a versatile game and nice skill level. Can really score the ball. Full Report Carlos Boozer
16
Hawks (from Nets)
6-7
Arizona A high level athlete and elite defender with an improving offensive game.  Full Report Scottie Pippen
17
Thunder
6-1
Duke True play-maker with nice speed and elite level basketball I.Q. Full Report Tony Parker

18
Bucks
6-5 Kentucky Elite level shooter from downtown. Developing an all around game. Full Report Wesley Mathews
19
Wizards
C
6-11
UNLV Long, skinny, athletic center who protects the rim and can shoot with good range. Full Report Jared Jeffries
20
Celtics  
(from Mavs)
6-10 Arkansas A long and active forward who needs to add weight and improve his ball skills. Full Report Tim Thomas
21
Celtics (from Clippers)
Jerian Grant
6-5
Notre Dame Solid combo guard prospect who contributes in all aspects of the game. Daequan Cook
22
Raptors
C
7-0
Kentucky Broad shouldered and strong center with a soft touch around the rim. Full Report Marc Gasol
23
Spurs
Guillermo Hernangomez
C
6-11
Spain Powerful and skilled post player who can score in the lane. Nikola Vucevic
24
Lakers
(from Rockets)
6-8 Kansas Versatile forward who does a little bit of everything on the basketball court. Full Report Shane Battier
25
Blazers
6-1 Texas True floor general with great handles and top level speed. Full Report Mo Williams

26
Bulls (from Cavs)
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)
C
7-0
Wisconsin Highly skilled big man with a great shooting touch. Well suited for the L.  Full Report Ryan Anderson
28
Nets  
(from Hawks)
6-8 LSU Talented scorer who plays with a lot of power and good energy. Full Report Matt Harpring
29
Grizzlies
Melo Trimble
6-3 Maryland
Cory Joseph
30
Warriors
6-5 Kentucky Sweet shooting guard with good scoring ability and quickness. Full Report O.J. Mayo
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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)