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1) Milwaukee Bucks – C.J. Wilcox, SG, Washington
Milwaukee just needs more players who can produce, and Wilcox averaged just under 19 points per game for the Huskies last season.
2) Philadelphia 76ers – Glenn Robinson III, SF, Michigan
Robinson is one of the more athletic players in the draft and would've been a lottery pick last season, but didn't have a great year with the Wolverines. He still has the talent to develop into a starter.
3) Cleveland Cavaliers - Walter Tavares, C, Cape Verde
Cleveland needs a big guy, and the Tavares is 7'3" - sounds big enough to me.
4) New York Knicks – Jahii Carson, PG, Arizona State
Though the Knicks will likely try to package their two new second round picks to move up in the draft, they love Jahii Carson. The 5'10" point guard can score points a hurry and should give New York a spark off the bench.
5) Utah Jazz – Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG, Serbia
He has good size at 6'6", 200 lbs., and can shoot from the outside. Bogdanovic will also make the draft's "best-name" team.
6) Milwaukee Bucks - Patric Young, PF/C, Florida
You know what you're going to get from Young - a physically imposing, bruising role player. The Bucks don't have that right now.
7) Toronto Raptors – DeAndre Daniels, SF, Connecticut
He desperately needs to put more weight on, but he's a good shooter that can stretch a defense.
8 ) Detroit Pistons – Nick Johnson, SG, Arizona
Johnson's a winner and was the best player on one of the best teams in the country last year.
9) Philadelphia 76ers – Johnny O'Bryant, PF, LSU
He's a great rebounder with an average offensive game, but can contribute good minutes off the bench.
10) Minnesota Timberwolves – LaQuinton Ross, SF, Ohio State
Ross wasn't anywhere near as assertive as he should've been last year, but he has enough talent to be a good role player.
11) Denver Nuggets – Spencer Dinwiddie, SG, Colorado
Dinwiddie would've been a first round pick if he didn't tear his ACL early in the season, but he'll fit well with the Nuggets, who need help at shooting guard.
12) Houston Rockets – Damien Inglis, SF, French Guiana
Inglis is 19 years old with an NBA-ready body (6'8", 240 lbs.) that can develop into a good player in a few years.
13) Atlanta Hawks – Artem Kirmenko, C, Russia
Atlanta doesn't have a lot of size, so adding a 7'1" big man in the second round will be a bonus.
14) Minnesota Timberwolves – Thanasis Antetokounmpo, SF, Greece
Thanasis doesn't have the potential his brother Giannis (the Bucks' first round pick last year and internet sensation) does, but he can develop into a solid role player.
15) Charlotte Hornets – Russ Smith, PG, Louisville
The man with one of the best nicknames ever - Russdiculous - will immediately add a big scoring punch to Charlotte's offensively-challenged bench.
16) Washington Wizards – James Michael McAdoo, PF, North Carolina
Want a big guy who will be effective running the floor with John Wall and Bradley Beal? McAdoo is the perfect fit.
17) Philadelphia 76ers – Roy Devyn Marble, SG, Iowa
Philly needs more perimeter depth, and Marble is the best one on the board. He's a good scorer and great team-player.
18) Milwaukee Bucks – Vasilije Micic, PG, Serbia
He has tremendous size for a point guard at 6'6" and is a great passer, but needs to develop his jumper.
19) Chicago Bulls – Jabari Brown, SG, Missouri
Chicago continues to load up their offense with Brown, who averaged 20 points per game last year with the Tigers.
20) Phoenix Suns – Cory Jefferson, PF, Baylor
The Suns want to get more physical in the post, and Jefferson can do that while also hurting a defense from the three-point line.
21) New York Knicks – Dwight Powell, PF, Stanford
Powell has great size at 6'11" and is the hustle player that does all the little things every team needs.
22) Philadelphia 76ers – Joe Harris, SF, Virginia
Harris isn't the most athletic, but he's a great defender and shooter.
23) Minnesota Timberwolves – Deonte Burton, PG, Nevada
Burton can contribute off the bench for the Wolves right away with his scoring ability and all-around game.
24) Philadelphia 76ers – Nikola Jokic, C, Serbia
Jokic will stay overseas while he develops, but he's a good gamble at this point in the draft.
25) Miami Heat – Markel Brown, SG, Oklahoma State
The Heat need guys who can play right away, and Brown is a good enough athlete that he'll improve Miami's bench.
26) Denver Nuggets – Khem Birch, PF, UNLV
Birch was one of only a handful of college players to average a double-double last season and works hard enough that he should make the roster.
27) Indiana Pacers – Sean Kilpatrick, SG, Cincinnati
He's a great scorer and solid defender that would go much higher in the draft if he wasn't 24 years old.
28) San Antonio Spurs – Ioannis Papapetrou, SF, Greece
San Antonio continues their trend of drafting foreign players and hoping they develop overseas. Papapetrou has NBA size but no where near the level of skill he needs yet.
29) Toronto Raptors - Jordan Bachynski, C, Arizona State
Bachynski is a great shot-blocker at 7'2" and would give the Raptors a new element to their defense.
30) San Antonio Spurs – Jordan McRae, SG, Tennessee
He's not a great shooter, but McRae can attack the rim and knows how to score. He's a little short and not great defensively, but definitely worth the risk with the last pick in the draft.
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