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1 Andrew Wiggins SG, Kansas

Wiggins has the higher ceiling and is a better fit for Cleveland.

2Jabari Parker SF, Duke
Parker and the Bucks are a perfect fit, easy choice here for GM John Hammond
3Joel Embiid C, Kansas
This pick all depends on Michael Carter-Williams, there has been trade rumors surrounding the Rookie of the Year going to LA, if they are true they take Dante Exum here, if not they take a risk and go Embiid.
  Dane Exum PG, Australia
If Embiid falls, Orlando will take him, no doubt… if he doesn’t they’ll settle for Exum.
5Noah Vonleah PF, Indiana
Vonleah is a Chris Bosh type-big man who can go up and get rebounds for you and shoot it when it’s necessary.
6Aaron Gordon PF, Arizona
Gordon is a amazing athlete with an almost 7-foot wingspan. His main strength is he has incredible quickness for a big-man and a great vertical.
7Julius Randle PF, Kentucky
Randle will undergo a small procedure on his foot later this summer and  if it’s too big a risk for LA they’ll take Marcus Smart.
8Marcus Smart PG, Oklahoma State
This is a really tough pick between Smart, McDermott and Stauskus. You can’t go wrong.
9Nik Stauskus SG, Michigan
Stauskus is the best wing left on the board and the Hornets need a wing, badly.
10 Doug McDermott SF, Creighton
McDermott, the best shooter in the draft doesn’t fall past 10.
11Dario Saric PF, Croatia
Saric will be overseas for the next two years but it’s worth it, Saric had he played in the US Saric would be a top-5 pick any day.
12Jusuf Nurkic C, Bosnia
If they can’t get Embiid they’ll take Jusuf Nurkic to fill the need at center sources have told me.
13Gary Harris SG, Michigan State
They need a shooter and sources have told me  it’s between Harris, James Young and Adreian Payne
14Rodney Hood SG, Duke
I’m in the minority but I like Hood over James Young, Rodney reminds me of Terrance Ross, he has NBA size and can shoot the lights out.
15Elfrid Payton PG, Louisiana-Lafayette
I could see them going with Kyle Anderson they have taken a hard look at him but I think they’ll end up going with Elfrid Payton.
16Adreian Payne PF, Michigan
Payne is that special type of player that can shoot and has great post presence.
17James Young SF, Kentucky
This is Young’s backstop, I can’t see Boston passing on him.
18Shabazz Napier PG, Connecticut
I’ve heard rumors of Zach LaVine here but I’d take Napier, he has a huge ceiling.
19PJ Hariston SG, North Carolina
Expect this pick to be traded away, there really isn’t anyone who makes sense for the Bulls but they need a shooting guard and Hariston is the top one still on my board.
20 Zach LaVine PG, UCLA
The Raptors get one of the best athlete’s in the draft in LaVine.
21Kyle Anderson PF, UCLA
Anderson is like a Boris Diaw type player, and you saw how well that worked out for San Antonio.
22TJ Warren SF, NC State
Warren is one of the most underrated players in this years draft.
23 Tyler Ennis PG, Syracuse
Ennis is a insane steal at 23 but this draft is loaded at the point guard spot.
24Jordan Clarkson PG, Missouri
Speaking of a draft loaded at Point gaurd.
25KJ McDaniels SF, Clemson
I’ve seen McDaniels play live and his defense is something the Rockets need.
26Jarnell Stokes PF, Tennessee
The Heat got dominated in the paint during the playoffs and Stokes could help them.
27 Mitch McGary PF, Michigan
When McGary’s healthy he’s strong, tough, and physical.
28 Clint Capela PF, Switzerland
The near 7-footer has great shot-blocking ability and is a near lock to go somewhere in round #1
29Glenn Robinson III SF, Michigan
Robinson can provide a spark off the bench for OKC and has an enormous upside.
30Patric Young C, Florida
Young owns his skills, he is so good at the fundamentals and is a great fit for the defending NBA champs.

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