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Full 2 Round NBA Mock Draft

The 2019 NBA Draft is two days away on Thursday, June 20 and Overtime Heroics is here to preview the draft. With this two round mock draft there are additions that may surprise some. We believe the first three picks are set but after that how do things shake up in this draft?

1st Round

1. New Orleans Pelicans: Zion Williamson SF/PF Duke

2. Memphis Grizzlies: Ja Morant PG Murray State

3. New York Knicks RJ Barrett SF Duke

4. New Orleans Pelicans: Jarrett Culver SG Texas Tech

5. Cleveland Cavs De’Andre Hunter SF Virginia

6. Phoenix Suns Darius Garland PG Vanderbilt

7. Chicago Bulls Cam Reddish SF Duke

8. Atlanta Hawks Coby White PG North Carolina

9. Washington Wizards Sekou Doumbouya SF/PF France

10. Atlanta Hawks (from Dallas) Nassir Little SF North Carolina

11. Minnesota Timberwolves Brandon Clarke PF Gonzaga

12. Charlotte Hornets Jaxson Hayes C Texas

13. Miami Heat PJ Washington SF/PF Kentucky

14. Boston Celtics (from Sacramento via Philadelphia) Romeo Langford SG Indiana

15. Detroit Pistons Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC

16. Orlando Magic Nickeil Alexander-Walker Virginia Tech

17. Atlanta Hawks (Brooklyn) Goga Bitadze Republic of Georgia

18. Indiana Pacers Tyler Herro SG Kentucky

19. San Antonio Spurs Riu Hachimura SF/PF Gonzaga

20. Boston Celtics (from LA Clippers via Memphis) Mfiondu Kabengele PF Florida State

21. Oklahoma City Thunder Cameron Johnson SF North Carolina

22. Boston Celtics Bol Bol C Oregon

23. Utah Jazz Keldon Johnson SG Kentucky

24. Philadelphia 76ers Ty Jerome SG Virginia

25. Portland Trailblazers Matisse Thybulle SG/SF Washington

26. Cleveland Cavs (from Houston) Nicolas Claxton C Georgia

27. Brooklyn Nets (from Denver) KZ Okpala SF Stanford

28. Golden State Warriors Luka Smanic PF Croatia

29. San Antonio Spurs (from Toronto) Grant Williams PF Tennessee

30. Milwaukee Bucks Dylan Windler SG/SF Belmont


Brandon Clarke:

Clarke is a power forward from Gonzaga who is one of the more interesting prospects in the draft. He is a defensive specialist who is able to guard multiple positions. In his one year at Gonzaga he average more than three blocks per game and over a steal a game being a 6’8 PF covering multiple positions. He could go as high as 7 or 8; however, we have him going at 11 to the Timberwolves paring well with KAT.


Bol Bol:

The 7’2 center from Oregon is quickly falling in the draft, even out of the lottery. Bol is an offensive weapon with his height and shooting ability. However, he struggles on defense as his small frame is pushed around easily. He also struggled with injuries during his time with the Oregon Ducks.

Second Round

31. Brooklyn Nets (from New York via Philadelphia) Lugentz Dort SG Arizona State

32. Phoenix Suns Eric Paschall PF Villanova

33. Philadelphia 76ers (from Cleveland via Orlando and New York) Carsen Edwards PG Purdue

34. Philadelphia 76ers (from Chicago via Los Angeles Lakers) Daniel Gafford C Arkansas

35. Atlanta Hawks Bruno Fernando C Maryland

36. Charlotte Hornets (from Washington via Orlando, Denver and Atlanta) Talen Horton-Tucker SG/SF Iowa State

37. Dallas Maverics Chuma Okeke PF Auburn

38. Chicago Bulls (from Memphis) Jalen Lecque PG USA

39. New Orleans Pelicans Isaiah Roby SF/PF Nebraska

40. Sacramento Kings (from Minnesota via Portland and Cleveland) Admiral Schofield SF Tennessee

41. Atlanta Hawks (from Los Angeles Lakers via Cleveland and Indiana) Darius Bazley SF USA

42. Philadelphia 76ers (from Sacramento via Brooklyn and Milwaukee) Jontay Porter PF/C Missouri

43. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Miami via Charlotte) Naz Reid C LSU

44. Atlanta Hawks (from Charlotte) Deividas Sirvydis SF Lithuania

45. Detroit Pistons Louis King SF Oregon

46. Orlando Magic (from Brooklyn via Memphis and Charlotte) Tremont Waters PG LSU

47. Sacramento Kings (from Orlando via New York) Jordan Poole SG Michigan

48. LA Clippers Terrance Davis SG/SF Ole Miss

49. San Antonio Spurs Yovel Zoosman SG/SF Israel

50. Indiana Pacers Zylan Cheatham PF Arizona State

51. Boston Celtics Shamorie Ponds PG St. Johns

52. Charlotte Hornets (from Oklahoma City) DaQuan Jefferies SG/SF Tulsa

53. Utah Jazz Jalen McDaniels PF San Diego State

54. Philadelphia 76ers Joshau Obiesie PG Germany

55. New York Knicks (from Houston) Zach Norvell SG Gonzaga

56. LA Clippers (from Portland via Detroit and Orlando) Jaylen Hoard PF Wake Forest

57. New Orleans Pelicans (from Denver via Milwaukee) Terance Mann SF Florida State

58. Golden State Warriors Alen Smailagic C Santa Cruz Warriors

59. Toronto Raptors Ignas Brazdeikis SF Michigan

60. Sacramento Kings (from Milwaukee) Quinndary Weatherspoon SG Mississippi State

Second Round Gems:

SEC Players

In the second round the Southeastern Conference will see many guys make the league. Daniel Gafford and Admiral Schofield could both make immediate impacts on a team off of the bench. The next tier of players are Terrance Davis, Jontay Porter, Naz Reid, Tremont Waters and Quinndary Weatherspoon who could possible contribute or be future role players.

The draft is one of the biggest nights of the NBA year. Many trades will be made, and there are always surprises.

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