2019 2nd Round


# Team Player Pos. Updated 1/4/19 Comp.
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Suns
Bruno Fernando C HT: 6-10 - WT: 245 - WING: 7-4 - FROM: Maryland
A rugged NBA level defender who is starting to put it together on the offensive end. Shows flashes of potential and plenty of upside but lacks consistency. Has all the tools to develop into an NBA starter down the road.
Emeka Okafor

32 Hawks Sagaba Konate PF HT: 6-8 - WT: 260 - WING: NA - FROM: West Virginia (Mali)
An extremely powerful 6-8 PF/C who has a thick frame and good length. Plays bigger than his height and is a great shot blocker, with a developing offensive game. An explosive leaper.
Ben Wallace
33 Bulls Robert Franks PF
HT: 6-7 - WT: 240 - WING: NA - FROM: Washington St.
A burly forward with good length who fits the mold of a small ball center at the next level. Can really stroke the ball from deep and loves the corner three.
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Knicks
Jalen McDaniels SF HT: 6-10 - WT: 195 - WING: 7-0 1/2 - FROM: San Diego St.
A very long and intriguing forward who doesn't blow you away with one skill but just knows how to play, and has a lot of athletic upside as well. Plays a smooth and efficient game.
Jonathan Isaac
35 Kings Ignas Brazdeikis SF HT: 6-8 - WT: 200 - WING: NA - FROM: Michigan
A smart, talented and hard-working forward who hits big shots, moves well without the ball and plays a hard-nosed style.
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Mavs
P.J. Washington PF HT: 6-8 - WT: 235 -WING: 7-3 - FROM: Kentucky
Well built with a strong body and good length. Plays an all around game but lacks a true position, as he's a bit undersized for the 4 and lacks ideal SF skill set.
David West
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Lakers
Brandon Clarke PF HT: 6-8 - WT: 215 - WING: NA - FROM: Gonzaga
A big time athlete and greawt shot-blocker who is undersized to play the 5 but makes up for it with great leaping ability, strength and good instincts.
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38
Hornets
Admiral Schofield SF HT: 6-5 - WT: 238 - WING: NA - FROM: Tennessee
An NBA level athlete with an improved all around game and developing three point shot.
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39
Clippers
Aric Holman PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 225 - WING: NA - FROM: Miss. State
An intriguing prospect who hits a high percentage from the floor, blocks shots and has shown the ability to hit the 3 pointer.
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40
Pacers
Jarrey Foster SG HT: 6-6 - WT: 220 - WING: NA - FROM: SMU
A high level athlete and standout defender who will likely make the league thanks to his ability on that end of the floor.
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41 Thunder
Charles Matthews
HT: 6-6 - WT: 200 - WING: 6-8 - FROM: Michigan
Has ideal size but struggles to shoot the ball. A below average 3 point shooter and a very poor free throw shooter. But has some upside as an athlete with a chance to develop his outside shot.
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42
Hornets
Matur Maker PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 205 - WING: 7-3 - FROM: Australia
Younger brother of Thon, has good length and a nice skill level but is still growing into his frame. Has upside but could take some time to develop.
Jonathan Bender

43 Jazz Caleb Martin SF HT: 6-7 - WT: 205 - WING: NA - FROM: Nevada
A scoring wing with a sweet three point shot. Has enough athleticism to get by and can score in a variety of ways.
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44
Heat
Eric Paschall SF HT: 6-9 - WT: 255 - WING: NA - FROM: Villanova
Paschall has steadily improved each year and become a consistent all around player who brings great energy and does all the dirty work. He's shown the ability to hit the 3, a skill that will make or break his NBA career.
Kenny Thomas
45
Rockets
Ky Bowman PG
HT: 6-1 - WT: 185 - WING: NA - FROM: Boston College
An aggressive leader who plays with attitude and a lot of effort. Can score, penetrate the lane and set the table for teammates.
D.J. Augustine

46
76ers
Shamorie Ponds PG HT: 6-1 - WT: 175 -WING: NA - FROM: St. Johns
A score first guard who is streaky from downtown. Will get a look in the second round or as an undrafted free agent.
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47
Blazers
Darius Bazley SF HT: 6-9 - WT: 200 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: USA
Bazley's story keeps getting stranger, as he's now decided to take the Mitchell Robinson route to the NBA and train for the draft outside of the spotlight. He's a versatile talent who can do a little bit of everything on the court and has nice length for position. The draft combine and workouts will determine his draft stock.
Robert Covington
48 Pelicans O'Shae Brissett SF HT: 6-8 - WT: 210 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: Syracuse (Canada)
A strong and versatile wing who excels at rebounding, defending and making hustle plays. Has a nose for the basket, can really score the ball and is a long and fluid athlete.
Walt Williams
49
Wizards
Lagerald Vick
HT: 6-5 - WT: 190 - WING: NA - FROM: Kansas
Vick has developed into a lights out three point shooter and has an improved all around game.
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50
Knicks
Carsen Edwards PG HT: 6-0 - WT: 200 -WING: 6-6 1/4- FROM: Purdue
A scoring PG who is a gamer, plays with great energy and has a sweet shooting stroke. Plays bigger than his size.
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51
Raptors
Matisse Thybulle SF HT: 6-6 - WT: 195 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Washington
An athlete who is just scratching the surface of his ability. Great defender and transition player.
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52
Grizzlies
HT: 6-4 - WT: 180 - WING: 6-5 - FROM: Texas
A lanky combo guard who has elite quickness and leaping ability and is beginning to put it all together on the court.
Toby Bailey, Archie Goodwin
53 T-Wolves
Tyus Battle
HT: 6-6 3/4- WT: 200 - WING: NA - FROM: Syracuse
A nice 1 on 1 scorer who can get to the rim and score from mid range but doesn't move the ball well and will have to develop into a better defender if he wants to stick in the League.
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54 Nuggets
Dedric Lawson
HT: 6-9 - WT: 235 - WING: NA - FROM: Kansas
A talented combo forward who needs to shoot the three ball better if he's going to make the League.
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55
Spurs
Jaylen Hands PG HT: 6-3 - WT: 170 - WING: 6-4 - FROM: UCLA
Hands is a big time athlete and great dunker at the PG position and he plays with a high level of intensity. Lacks strength on defense and is not yet consistent shooting the ball.
Keyon Dooling
56 Magic HT: 6-5 - WT: 220 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Belgium
A rock solid athlete who is a great defender and high IQ player. Isn't a run/jump athlete but he's a gamer who brings it every time out. Has been slowed by injuries.
Malcolm Brogdon
57 Warriors Frank Howard PG HT: 6-5 - WT: 205 - WING: NA - FROM: Syracuse
A wiry athlete with nice size for the position and an emerging game. Unpolished but with upside.
Semaj Christon

58
Celtics
Ethan Happ PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 235 - WING: NA - FROM: Wisconsin
Skilled and versatile on the offensive end but isn't an NBA level athlete. Lacks length and isn't explosive around the rim.
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59 Bucks Killian Tillie SF HT: 6-10 - WT: 230 -WING: NA - FROM: Gonzaga
A versatile forward who can stretch the floor and has good mobility for his size.
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60
Warriors
William McDowell-White PG HT: 6-5 - WT: 182 - WING: 6-5 - FROM: Australia
Doesn't blow you away with athleticism but is very productive and really knows how to play the game. Has good size for the PG position and a frame that should fill out well, but lacks ideal length.
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Jessie Govan C HT: 6-11 - WT: 260 - WING: 7-4 - FROM: Georgetown
Built like a rock and shows some flashes of upside.
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Fletcher Magee SG
HT: 6-4 - WT: 193 - WING: NA - FROM: Wofford
One of the best shooters in college basketball, Magee is lethal from thee point land and from the FT line. He's not a big time athlete but has enough size to get by and his shooting ability could get him drafted.
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Donta Hall PF HT: 6-9 - WT: 230 - WING: NA - FROM: Alabama
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Paschal Chukwu C HT: 7-2 - WT: 228 - WING: NA - FROM: Syracuse
A towering giant of a man who needs to add strength and develop his coordination but can really defend the rim. A developmental prospect.
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Ebuka Izundu PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 231 - WING: NA - FROM: Miami
A sleeper who is just starting to put it all together and make his big presence felt on the court. A unique athlete with strength and a lot of bounce.
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Jordan Murphy SF HT: 6-6 - WT: 240 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Minnesota
A plus athlete who is a great rebounder for a 6-6 player. Plays with heart and hustle. Impacts both ends of the floor and is lethal in transition and on the offensive glass.
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Borisa Simanic PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 220 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Serbia
A promising athlete who can really play above the rim. Raw but has upside.
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- Nick Ward PF HT: 6-8 - WT: 240 - WING: 7-2 - FROM: Michigan State
A bruiser who knows how to play with position and use his frame.
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Xavier Sneed
HT: 6-5 - WT: 212 - WING: NA - FROM: Kansas State
An aggressive guard who plays with strength and tenacity. Can get to the rim and score in bunches but needs to refine his outside shot.
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- John Petty SG HT: 6-6 - WT: 190 - WING: 6-8 - FROM: Alabama
A complete player. Has good size on the perimeter and a lot of shot-making ability. Could develop into a role player at the next level.
Tony Snell
- Luke Maye PF HT: 6-8 - WT: 240 - WING: NA - FROM: UNC
An outstanding 3 point shooter with a good feel for the game but limited upside. A surprisingly poor free throw shooter.
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- Dewan Hernandez PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 220 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Miami
(Formerly Dewan Huell) A big, fluid athlete who is raw but shows flashes of upside. Needs to gain a jump shot to have value at the NBA level.
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- Jamuni McNeace PF HT: 6-10 - WT: 215 - WING: NA - FROM: Oklahoma
McNeace is an athletic player who plays with a lot of hustle. Doesn't have much offensive skill but earns his living playing D and rebounding the ball.
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- Udoka Azubuike C HT: 6-11 - WT: 275 - WING: 7-7 - FROM: Kansas
Bruising center with NBA strength who is very young with a lot of raw talent. If this was 1992 he'd be a first round pick but his game doesn't fit well in today's NBA.
Eddie Curry
- Filipe dos Anjos C HT: 7-2 - WT: 252 - WING: 7-4 - FROM: Brazil
An intriguing prospect due to his great size, length and low post scoring ability. A throwback center who could find a role in the League.
Todd MacCulloch
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Vasilis Charalam-popoulos
HT: 6-9 - WT: 225 - WING: NA - FROM: Greece
A skilled and heady player who has a great feel for the game, good shooting touch but lacks top end athleticism.
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