2019 NBA Mock Draft


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# Team Player Updated 4/13/19 Comp.
1
Knicks
Zion Williamson PF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 272 - WING: 6-10 - FROM: Duke - Fr.
If the Knicks land the no.1 pick their decision will be easy. Zion's the guy. He'll help usher in a new era of basketball in NYC.
air Barkley

2
Cavs*
Ja Morant
PG - HT: 6-3 - WT: 175 - WING: NA - FROM: Murray State - So.
The Cavs have their pg of the future but Ja is clearly the second best prospect in this class so a trade could be in the works if Cleveland lands the no.2 pick.
taller Iverson,
turbo D'Angelo
3
Suns
SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 190 - WING: 6-9 - FROM: Duke (Canada) - Fr.
The Suns could really use a dynamic pg like Ja but might have to trade up to get him. R.J. would be a nice addition to any team...but it probably won't be the Suns.
Grant Hill, Angry Wiggins

4 Bulls SG - HT: 6-7 - WT: 195 - WING: NA - FROM: Texas Tech - So.
The Bulls are another team in need of a pg but could opt for the best player available at no.4. Culver is a versatile player who can really defend. He'd work well next to LaVine.
Kendall Gill, almost Paul Pierce
5
Hawks
Jaxson Hayes C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 220 - WING: 7-3 - FROM: Texas - Fr.
The Hawks land a promising center in Hayes, who is raw and unpolished but has immense upside.
Hassan Whiteside+
6
Wizards
Coby White PG - HT: 6-5 - WT: 185 - WING: 6-4 - FROM: UNC - Fr.
John Wall's career has hit a wall so the Wizards need to move on. White could pair with Beal to form a high-scoring backcourt in D.C.
Cuttino Mobley, Jamal Murray
7
Pelicans
DeAndre Hunter SF - HT: 6-7 - WT: 222 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Virginia - So.
The Pelicans will likely see a major roster shake-up this off-season. They could look for a young center like Bol or Hayes (if available) or go with the rock solid wing in Hunter.
Mikal Bridges
8 Grizzlies Darius Garland PG - HT: 6-2 - WT: 170 - WING: 6-3 - FROM: Vanderbilt - Fr.
Garland could stay home and give Memphis a much needed influx of youth and talent at the pg position.
bigger Jeff Teague
9
Hawks (from Mavs)
Nassir Little SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 210 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: UNC - Fr.
Little could be a work-out warrior during the draft season and rise into the top 10. The Hawks would welcome the defensive-minded Little as a complement to their young core.
wealthy man's Jeremy Grant
10
T-Wolves
Nickeil Alexander-Walker PG - HT: 6-5 - WT: 195 - WING: 6-9 - FROM: Virginia Tech - So.
The Timberwolves never-ending search for a point guard continues. NAW is an underrated talent with top 10 ability.
SGA

11
Lakers
Bol Bol C - HT: 7-2 - WT: 225 - WING: 7-8 - FROM: Oregon - Fr.
Bol is a top 5 talent who could move down a few spots on draft day due to team need and concerns about his injury history. If he falls this far he could be a nice trade chip for the Lakers.
Rik Smits, Porzingis
12
Hornets
KZ Okpala SF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 195 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Stanford - So.
The Hornets could use a young pg in case Kemba is moved but with the top pgs gone they get the best player available in the freakishly long KZ Okpala.
Brandon Ingram
13
Heat
Cameron Reddish SG - HT: 6-8 - WT: 205 -WING: 7-1 - FROM: Duke - Fr.
Cam shows flashes of top 3 talent but lacks consistency and plays passive. The Heat could take the gamble at no.13, hoping his immense upside pans out.
more athletic Joe Johnson
14
Celtics (from Kings)
Sekou Doumbouya PF - HT: 6-9 - WT: 215 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: France - Int.00
Change is in the air this off-season for the Celtics. A versatile forward like Sekou would give them options up front. 1on1 interview
bigger OG Anunoby

15 Pistons Tyler Herro SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 210 - WING: 6-10 - FROM: Kentucky - Fr.
The Pistons need more fire-power and Herro is a walking bucket.
Rex Chapman
16
Magic
Keldon Johnson SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 211 - WING: 6-8 3/4 - FROM: Kentucky - Fr.
The Magic have some young pieces in place but could use another wing/scorer. Keldon fits the mold and brings great rebounding as well.
Xavier Henry's upside
17
Nets
Goga Bitadze C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 250 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Int. Georgia - Int.
The Nets have built a winning team but could use some more toughness up front. Goga isn't too flashy but he brings strength and intensity.
Steven Adams
18 Pacers Daniel Gafford C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 234 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Arkansas - So.
Gafford is a bit redundant with Myles Turner but the Pacers could use some depth/insurance and Gafford's upside is too much to pass on at no.18.
Marcus Camby, a focused JaVale
19
Spurs
Rui Hachimura PF- HT: 6-8 - WT: 225 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Gonzaga (Japan) - Jr.
Rui has some tantalizing upside and has shown steady improvement from year to year. If the Spurs can get him at no.19 it would be a steal (and an ideal fit).
Wilson Chandler +, Milsap
20
Celtics (from Clippers)
Brandon Clarke PF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 215 - WING: NA - FROM: Gonzaga (Canada) - Jr.
The Celtics could use some guard depth with Kyrie out the door but we're going with best player available here, and that's the bouncy pf Clarke.
Kenyon Martin
21
Thunder
Bruno Fernando C - HT: 6-10 - WT: 245 - WING: 7-4 - FROM: Maryland - So.
The Thunder could look for some added muscle up front to back-up and develop behind Adams. Fernando is a shot blocker who shows flashes of offensive talent.
Emeka Okafor
22
Celtics
Kevin Porter Jr. SG - HT: 6-5 - WT: 195 - WING: NA - FROM: USC - Fr.
An enigma. Porter Jr. has a boat-load of talent but some question marks as well. The C's could use the added fire-power.
Lonnie Walker
23 Jazz SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 195 - WING: 6-10 - FROM: Indiana - Fr.
The Jazz have talent on the wing but could look to develop Langford and gamble on his elusive upside.
Rip Hamilton, Allen Crabbe
24 76ers C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 234 - WING: 7-3 - FROM: Western Kentucky (Nigeria) - Fr.
The 76ers could use some depth behind Embiid and Bassey could be a steal this late in the first round.
Clint Capela, Bismack Biyombo
25
Blazers
Mfiondu Kabengele
PF - HT: 6-10 - WT: 250 - WING: 7-1 - FROM: Florida State - So.
The Blazers are set at the guard position but need more talent in the frontcourt. Kabengele is a late-bloomer with an intriguing skill set.
Serge Ibaka
26 Cavs (from Rockets) SF - HT: 6-5 - WT: 240 - WING: 7-1 - FROM: Iowa State - Fr.
This would be a nice addition for the Cavs. Talen is a polarizing prospect but he's got big upside with his wing-scoring/slashing ability.
better Keith Bogens
27 Nets (from Nuggets) Matisse Thybulle SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 195 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Washington - Sr.
The Nets have plenty of shooters and Thybulle would bring a defensive minded presence to the team.
Andre Roberson
28
Warriors
Cam Johnson SF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 210 - WING: NA - FROM: UNC - Sr.
The Warriors could be losing some wing players this off season so they look to reload with a pro-ready guy like Cam.
Justin Jackson
29 Spurs (from Raptors) Dylan Windler SF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 200 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: Belmont - Sr.
Windler hasn't gotten a ton of hype but he's got a mature game and can really stroke the 3. Sounds like a Spur to me.
Eric Piatkowski
30 Bucks Paul Washington Jr. PF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 235 -WING: 7-3 - FROM: Kentucky - So.
A strong post season has Paul (P.J.) back in the first round. The Bucks would be getting great value here.
David West
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Trades
  • Celtics get Kings pick (top 1 protected for Philly)
  • Celtics get the Grizzlies pick, top 8 protected (Jeff Green trade)
  • Celtics get Clippers pick, top 14 protected in 2019 and 2020 (Deyonta Davis debacle)
  • Hawks get the Cavs first round pick, top 10 protected in 2019 and 2020 (Korver trade)
  • Hawks get the Mavs pick, top 5 protected (Doncic deal)
  • Nets get Nuggets pick, top 12 protected
  • Cavs get the Rockets first round pick, lottery protected
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