2019 NBA Mock Draft

 NEW: 2019 Mock Draft Update
# Team Player Updated 6/16/19 Comp.
1 Pelicans Zion Williamson PF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 272 - WING: 6-10 - FROM: Duke - Fr.
Zion already got a whole bunch of new running mates (Lonzo, BI, Hart), plus the no.4 pick. The Pelicans will be must-watch TV next season.
air Barkley

2 Grizzlies Ja Morant
PG - HT: 6-3 - WT: 175 - WING: NA - FROM: Murray State - So.
The Grizzlies nailed their pick last year and will do so again with Morant. He's a guy who changes the identity of the team and will have fans jumping out of their seats.
taller Iverson,
turbo D'Angelo
3 Knicks SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 190 - WING: 6-9 - FROM: Duke (Canada) - Fr.
NY will consider Culver but it'll be too hard to pass on an alpha dog like Barrett.
Grant Hill, Angry Wiggins

4 Pelicans (from Lakers) SG - HT: 6-6 3/4 - WT: 194 - WING: 6-9 1/2 - FROM: Texas Tech - So.
After the trade the Pelicans now have a ton of options. If they stay at no.4 they could go with a two-way stud like Culver, making them a force on perimeter defense. Another trade could be in the works.
Kendall Gill, almost Paul Pierce
5 Cavs Darius Garland PG - HT: 6-2 - WT: 170 - WING: 6-3 - FROM: Vanderbilt - Fr.
Cleveland needs to consider all options with this pick, including a possible trade back or a trade up to get their guy Culver.
bigger Jeff Teague
6 Suns Coby White PG - HT: 6-4 3/4 - WT: 191 - WING: 6-5 - FROM: UNC - Fr.
The Suns need a defensive identity but passing on a scoring machine like White will be hard. The White/Booker combo would be fun.
Cuttino Mobley, Jamal Murray
7 Bulls Sekou Doumbouya PF - HT: 6-9 - WT: 215 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: France - Int.00
A strong second half of the season has Sekou on the rise. The Bulls need a wing and a pg but Sekou could be too good to pass at no.7. 1on1 interview
bigger OG Anunoby, Giannis lite
8 Hawks DeAndre Hunter SF - HT: 6-7 - WT: 222 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Virginia - So.
The Hawks get a two-way talent on the wing to pair with their young core. Hunter should become a defensive stopper in the League.
Mikal Bridges
9 Wizards Jaxson Hayes C - HT: 6-11 1/2 - WT: 219 - WING: 7-3 1/2 - FROM: Texas - Fr.
The Wizards get the raw but talented Hayes. Most mocks have him lower, we see vast potential and a player who is just scratching the surface. Could go as high as no.4.
Hassan Whiteside+
10 Hawks (from Mavs) Cameron Reddish SG - HT: 6-8 - WT: 208 -WING: 7-0 1/2 - FROM: Duke - Fr.
All the tools and natural talent are there for Cam to be successful in the League. The Hawks get another shooter to add to their arsenal.
more athletic Joe Johnson
11 T-Wolves Nickeil Alexander-Walker PG - HT: 6-5 1/2- WT: 204 - WING: 6-9 1/2- FROM: Virginia Tech - So.
The Wolves need a young PG and NAW is a great two-way prospect who should be ready to contribute early in his career.

12 Hornets Goga Bitadze C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 250 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Int. Georgia - Int.
The Hornets could look at Bol or Clarke here but Goga is pro-ready and has a clear NBA role.
Steven Adams
13 Heat Brandon Clarke PF - HT: 6-8 1/4- WT: 207 - WING: 6-8 1/4- FROM: Gonzaga (Canada) - Jr.
The Heat get the high floor, hard-working Clarke. If his wingspan was a few inches longer he'd be a sure-fire top 10 pick. Article
Kenyon Martin
14 Celtics (from Kings) Tyler Herro SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 192 - WING: 6-3 1/4- FROM: Kentucky - Fr.
Herro enters the League at a perfect time, when outside shooting is at a premium. If this pick stays with the Celtics, Herro would be a nice addition.
Rex Chapman
15 Pistons Nassir Little SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 224 - WING: 7-1 1/4- FROM: UNC - Fr.
Little has been showing well during the combine/draft process. He projects as a high level role player with All-Star upside. He'd be a nice fit on the wing for the Pistons.
wealthy man's Jeremy Grant
Bol Bol C - HT: 7-2 1/2- WT: 208 - WING: 7-7 - FROM: Oregon - Fr.
I hope this happens. If Bol falls to no.16 could the Magic front office pass? Bol vs Bamba practices would be fun.
Rik Smits, Porzingis
Mfiondu Kabengele
PF - HT: 6-10 1/4- WT: 250 - WING: 7-3 - FROM: Florida State - So.
Kabengele is a late-bloomer with an intriguing skill set. He can stretch the floor and defend at the rim.
Serge Ibaka
18 Pacers 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. The Pacers could use a big wing/combo forward, and Rui should be able to contribute right away.
Wilson Chandler +, Milsap
KZ Okpala SF - HT: 6-9 1/2- WT: 209 - WING: 7-1 3/4- FROM: Stanford - So.
Scouts are mixed on KZ but he's got freaky length and an advanced to-the-basket game, making him a possible lottery pick. The Spurs would be a great landing spot.
Brandon Ingram lite, Stacey Augman
Celtics (from Clippers)
Kevin Porter Jr. SG - HT: 6-5 1/2 - WT: 213 - WING: 6-9 - FROM: USC - Fr.
An enigma. Porter Jr. has a boat-load of talent but some question marks as well.
Lonnie Walker
Keldon Johnson SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 211 - WING: 6-9 1/4 - FROM: Kentucky - Fr.
The Thunder would get a steal here in Johnson. The depth of this first round is on full display with a talent like Johnson falling to the twenties.
Xavier Henry's upside
Paul Washington Jr. PF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 230 -WING: 7-2 1/4 - FROM: Kentucky - So.
P.J. is a bit undersized but makes up for it with great length and toughness. The Celtics need youth and talent behind Al Horford.
David West
23 Jazz SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 195 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: Indiana - Fr.
Romeo had a tough season at Indiana but all the talent is there and his upside is intriguing. Landing in Utah would give him time to develop and learn from Ingles and co.
Rip Hamilton, Allen Crabbe
24 76ers Cam Johnson SF - HT: 6-8 1/2- WT: 205 - WING: 6-10 - FROM: UNC - Sr.
This would be a perfect fit for both player and team. Cam is a floor-spacer, versatile defender, and up-tempo athlete who would look great next to Embiid and Simmons.
a wet Justin Jackson
Nicolas Claxton
PF - HT: 6-11 - WT: 220 - WING: NA - FROM: Georgia - So.
A tall, skinny shot blocker who is a difference maker on the defensive end. Has very active hands and quick-twitch athleticism.
Jason Thompson+, WCS
26 Cavs (from Rockets) Bruno Fernando C - HT: 6-10 1/4- WT: 237 - WING: 7-3 1/4- FROM: Maryland (Angola) - So.
The Cavs need fresh talent up front. Bruno is a great defender who shows flashes on the offensive end.
Emeka Okafor
27 Nets (from Nuggets) PF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 230 - WING: 7-1 - FROM: Nebraska - Jr.
A bit undersized but has a lot of bounce, great mobility and developing a perimeter game. Had a great draft combine, flashing his open-court talent.
James Johnson
SF - HT: 6-4 - WT: 235 - WING: 7-1 1/4- FROM: Iowa State - Fr.
Talen is a polarizing prospect but he's got big upside with his wing-scoring/slashing ability. He's young for his class with plenty of room to grow his game.
better Keith Bogens
29 Spurs (from Raptors) Darius Bazley SF - HT: 6-9 - WT: 208 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: USA
Bazley is one of the mystery men of the draft after sitting out a year but he had a nice draft combine. He's a smooth wing with loads of natural talent.
Lord Covington
30 Bucks Grant Williams PF - HT: 6-7 1/2- WT: 240 - WING: 6-9 3/4 - FROM: Tennessee - Jr.
The Bucks get the steady, pro-ready Williams to add to their solid core.
Draymond, P.J. Tucker
 Key Dates and Draft Info
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  • 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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