2015 NBA Mock Draft

Updated 9/05/14
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Team
Player
Pos
Ht
From Player Report Comp
1
Bucks
C
6-10
Duke Powerful post player with good hands, exceptional strength and ability to score in the lane. Full Report Derrick Favors/Tim Duncan
2
76ers
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
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 Jamal Mashburn
4
Jazz
6-7
Kansas Extremely athletic wing with great length and high upside. Full Report Rudy Gay
5
Celtics
6-7
Arizona A high level athlete and elite defender with an improving offensive game.  Full Report Scottie Pippen
6
Kings
C
7-0
Kentucky Smooth 7 footer with a very advanced offensive game and range out to three. Full Report Troy Murphy
7
Knicks
6-9
Kansas Old school, rugged, back to the basket player with good strength and decent hops. A warrior. Full Report shorter Al Jefferson
8
T-Wolves
6-9
Kentucky Well built with a versatile game and nice skill level. Can really score the ball. Full Report Carlos Boozer
9
Nuggets
6-11
HS (TX) Fast rising prospect with nice upside due to his length and athleticism. Full Report Chris Bosh
10
Pistons
7-0
Latvia Highly skilled forward with a nice touch from outside and deceptive speed. Full Report
11
Suns*
6-5 Kentucky Quick with the dribble and a great passer for a big guard. Good body with strength, quickness and hops. Full Report Brandon Roy
12
Rockets*
6-1
Duke True play-maker with nice speed and elite level basketball I.Q. Full Report Tony Parker

13
Hawks
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
14
Suns
6-10
Kentucky Long and quick forward with nice upside but lacks strength. Full Report bigger Tyrus Thomas
15
Nets
6-5
Duke A powerful wing player with great hops. Attacks the rim with a tenacity. Full Report Jerry Stackhouse
16
Wizards
6-0
North Carolina Pass first point guard who sets up teammates well but has limited upside. Full Report Tyronn Lue
17
Bobcats
6-6
Croatia Very skilled European with a nice jumper and advanced offensive game. Full Report
18
Raptors
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
19
76ers*
6-8
Louisville An active, strong and physical playmaker. All-out hustle and heart. Full Report Charles Oakley
20
Mavs
6-6
Michigan Long, rangy combo guard who plays a well rounded game. Much improved perimeter shooter. Full Report Ron Harper
21
Blazers
6-5 Kentucky Sweet shooting guard with good scoring ability and quickness. Full Report O.J. Mayo
22
Grizzlies
6-10
Syracuse Strong and athletic big who hits the boards hard and has nice physical tools. Full Report Triston Thompson
23
Warriors
6-5
California A quick, long and athletic 2 with a sweet jumper. Full Report Gerald Henderson
24
Lakers*
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
25
Thunder
6-9
UCLA A unique forward with small forward skills in a 6-9 body with great wingspan. Full Report Paul George/Joe Smith
26
Bulls
C
7-0
Arizona Powerful center with broad shoulders, good strength and a willingness to bang in the lane. Full Report Roy Hibbert
27
Pacers
 SF
 6-8
 Kentucky Powerful forward who needs to continue to develop his perimeter game. Full Report Julian Wright
28
Celtics*
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
29
Cavs
C
7-0
Wisconsin Highly skilled big man with a great shooting touch. Well suited for the L.  Full Report Ryan Kelly, Ryan Anderson
30
Spurs
6-6
Nebraska Athletic and skilled wing with strong fundamentals and a well-polished game. Full Report
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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)
Suns get Lakers first round pick (top 5 protected, Steve Nash trade)
Rockets get Pelicans first round pick (top 3 and bottom 10 protected)