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The Lead’s 2024 NBA Draft Big Board

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It’s that time of the year again; the teams at the top are gearing up for the postseason, whilst the teams at the bottom are looking even further ahead, into July.

While it is unfortunate and can hurt to surrender hope for your team in January, the reality is the gap between the haves and the have-nots in the NBA is wide and disheartening. Sometimes it’s better to think about the future, and what could be, who might be. That’s the goal of this draft board— to give the have-nots something to enjoy and look forward to.

This class has been branded a poor class, with a lack of heroes and headliners. Adversely, this class may be one of the best of this decade. My philosophy is simple; when there is less star-branded talent, teams tend to go for fit over said talent. This allows players to go into the perfect situations for their individual needs, and develop into their projected ceilings and sometimes beyond.

For example, the 2020 draft class was branded similarly. It was a “role-players’ draft”, according to most pundits. As it turns out, 2021 has been one of the very best classes in recent memory. It produced multiple All-Star-caliber talents, such as LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, Tyrese Haliburton, Desmond Bane, Devin Vassell, Tyrese Maxey, Immanuel Quickley, Jaden McDaniels and many more. Each of these players has one thing in common— they fit in perfectly with their current team, almost as if their front offices developed them in a lab. Hence my philosophy.

Disclaimer: All Stats Adjusted to Per 36

Lottery

1- Matas Buzelis

Position: SF

Age: 19

Height:  6’11” 

Weight: 195 lbs

From: G-League Ignite

17.3 PPG,  7.3 RPG, 2.4 APG, 1.6 SPG, 2.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Franz Wagner

Analysis: He is not going to be a superstar or even a Franz Wagner-level creator, but he should be a 6’10” shooter at a minimum, which has a lot of value in itself. He’s not a black hole in other areas, just not great, so if he could develop any of his handle, playmaking, finishing, etc. then he could be a very solid player. He has arguably the best chance of going number one purely due to his floor being so much higher than the rest of his class. That’s not to discount his ceiling though, as in an ideal scenario he could very well become an All-Star.

2- Alexandre Sarr

Position: PF

Age: 19

Height: 7’1”

Weight: 217

From: Perth Wildcats (NBL)

18.1 PPG, 9.0 RPG, 1.9 APG, 1.0 SPG, 2.5 BPG

Pro Comparison: Deandre Ayton

Analysis: Definitely looks like the best center in the draft. His ability to stay with wing players on the perimeter is really valuable. He showcased his long-range shooting very well in the Ignite Invitational games. Something else that doesn’t get talked about a lot was his passing in transition. As soon as he caught the ball, his eyes were up and looking to pass down court to the open man and he looked confident in his passing. Didn’t see this coming after his play in FIBA (didn’t think he was bad, but he didn’t seem to rise above the rest as he is now). Could definitely go No. 1, but has to remain consistent.

3- Juan Nunez

Position: PG

Age: 19

Height: 6’4”

Weight: 190 lbs

From: Ratiopharm Ulm (Spain)

16.7 PPG, 5.1 RPG, 8.2 APG, 2.8 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Lonzo Ball 

Analysis: Nunez is undoubtedly my favorite prospect in this draft. A European prodigy who has played professionally since the tender age of 15, he is the embodiment of the modern point guard. His ability to read and play the floor with little-to-no mistakes at such a young age is remarkable. While at times streaky, he can light you up from three-point range at a moment’s notice. On the defensive end though is where he rises up my board dramatically. His ruthless and relentless pressure on the ball handler is a trait that can’t be taught. He possesses this burning fire and passion for winning, and he will stop at nothing to achieve that.

Nunez could be the next iteration of European guards that dominate the league. Think Luka, Rubio, Parker. GM’s will look back at this draft and think “Damn, how did we pass on this kid?”.

4- Nikola Topic

Position: PG

Age: 18

Height: 6’6”

Weight: 201 lbs

From: KK Mega Basket (Serbia)

20.1 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 6.9 APG, 1.2 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Josh Giddey

Analysis: Tough, strong point guard/combo guard whose low center of gravity gives him the size and power to take on the defense. Plays with his head high and has excellent passing vision and instincts Topic is a below-the-rim scorer who absorbs contact in the lane.

Topic is a creative finisher who scores around the rim and has an incredible ability to penetrate the lane, even though he lacks elite burst. He has a great looking three-point stroke and keeps the defense honest. He can play left or right and finishes with either hand.

5- Robert Dillingham

Position: PG

Age: 18

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 176 lbs

From: Kentucky

22.1 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 6.7 APG, 2.3 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Brandon Jennings

Analysis: Dillingham has a remarkable feel for controlling the horizontal space. The Kentucky product possesses a unique feel for space and time. Dillingham combines this awareness with a great burst of speed to get separation. He’s a highly confident, sharp-shooter from the deep. He has a great jump shot going to the right. He pulls up with great poise in the mid-range going both ways. Likes to shoot off the dribble going left when he can’t get the rim.

6- Ron Holland

Position: SF/PF

Age: 19

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 200 lbs

From: G-League Ignite

22.0 PPG, 8.0 RPG, 3.3 APG, 2.5 SPG, 1.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jonathan Kuminga

Analysis: The jumpshot — when he has time — looks pretty solid compared to other project wings from the past drafts. A good comparison for Holland is last years top-five selection, Ausar Thompson, minus the physical tools of course. Like Ausar, he’s going to put counting stats on the board. The amount of ‘stocks’ that each can get jump out at you from the box score, and you can’t undersell Holland’s defense. Despite this, he’s definitely going to be rough around the edges at points. Is there enough upside there where he can be a top-five pick in this draft? Yes, but I can see why others may think not.

7- Izan Almansa

Position: PF

Age: 19

Height: 6’10”

Weight: 216 lbs

From: G-League Ignite

11.1 PPG, 9.3  RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.2 SPG, 1.7 BPG

Pro Comparison: Alperen Sengun

Analysis: He’s a great finisher at the rim, can post-up, and can handle the ball a bit. He’s okay at rebounding and has a good motor but he’s more of a below-the-rim finisher which is worrying for a big, especially at his size. Average length at best (7’1 wingspan) for a big man. Non-shooter at this point but he has shown solid touch from the free-throw line. He’s pretty agile but not someone who can be called switchable at the moment. Doesn’t offer much rim protection either. I need to see more playmaking reps before I fully judge that part of his game, but from what I’ve seen he projects to be the next iteration of playmaking big’s from Europe (think Jokic, Sengun, Giannis).

8- Ja’Kobe Walter

Position: SG/SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 180 lbs

From: Baylor

19.9 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 1.9 APG, 1.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

Analysis: On the offensive end, he plays at a very good pace. It seems like he never slows down. His main strength is his shooting and his shot creation. He has a very smooth release with good percentages. He’s a good off-the-catch shooter and a very good pull-up midrange shooter. He gets to his middy by attacking closeouts and isolating. He has good touch as a finisher. At the moment, he is more of a finisher below the rim, but he gets up and finishes over guys. He also possesses the ability to use floaters and acrobatic finishes.

9- Isaiah Collier

Position: PG

Age: 19

Height: 6’4”

Weight: 205 lbs

From: USC

19.9 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 5.3 APG, 1.7 SPG, 0.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jalen Suggs

Analysis: Collier has a unique set of tools. Standing at 6-foot, Collier has exceptional core strength and wide shoulders. Collier drives the lane with the same ferocity as Derrick Henry. Collier sheds defenders with precise shoulder bumps and maintains contact better than any 19-year old point guard. Collier’s quick first step allows him to penetrate consistently and he’s a frequent foul shooter.

10- Zaccharie Risacher

Position: SF/SG

Age: 18

Height: 6’9”

Weight: 204 lbs

From: JL Bourg (France)

18.5 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 1.7 APG, 1.7 SPG, 0.7 BPG

Pro Comparison: Franz Wagner

Analysis: Risacher’s wingspan is 6’10, but he’s more than that. He’s a mobile forward with elite foot speed, and his potential is off the charts. His jumpshot is technically sound already. The areas for improvement are being faster with passing reads and building strength in his frame so he can eventually defend bigger 4s, or even 5s and finish through contact.

11- Donovan Clingan

Position: C

Age: 20

Height: 7’0”

Weight: 248 lbs

From: Duke

24.2 PPG, 10.9 RPG, 2.2 APG, 0.9 SPG, 3.5 BPG

Pro Comparison: Walker Kessler

Analysis: The rim protecting drop big archetype is losing favor, but Clingan might be as good as they come within that archetype provided he takes a step forward this season. If he does take a step, the juice is worth the squeeze in terms of letting him anchor your defense. His foot speed and general mobility is startling for a guy his size. Definitely expect him to carve out a solid role in the NBA just by virtue of his defense/rebounding. His touch around the rim isn’t too bad either. If he develops a jump shot or shows more playmaking ability in the short term, he could end up a late lottery pick.

12- Stephon Castle

Position: PG/SG

Age: 19

Height: 6’6”

Weight: 190 lbs

From: UConn

15.9 PPG, 7.1 RPG, 5.5 APG, 2.3 SPG, 1.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Markelle Fultz

Analysis: He plays a selfless game — even when he has the ball in his hands — and can drive and finish with both hands. Castle also possesses a strong frame with wide shoulders and decent length. He is not the most vertical player but has good body control, pace, speed and balance. His physical advantages could allow him to soar up the board, as his build is quickly becoming the mold of the modern point guard.

13- Carlton Carrington

Position: PG/SG

Age: 18

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 190 lbs

From: Pittsburgh

15.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 5.9 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Cade Cunningham

Analysis: Carrington fits what has fast become a must-have for NBA point guards: Size. But when you factor in Carrington’s ball-handling skills, self-aggressiveness and passing vision, it’s hard to ignore the intrigue. Carrington excels when the ball is in his hands and he’s playing off the ball, but there’s more to Carrington than that.

14- Reed Sheppard

Position: PG/SG

Age: 19

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 197 lbs

From: Kentucky

17.1 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 5.8 APG, 3.8 SPG, 1.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Devin Booker

Analysis: Lightning fast (and excellent) decision-maker. He has so many touch-passes every game. He’s not gonna rise up and dunk it — although he has a dunk in his bag — but he’s got a good drop shot and he’s shooting like 78% on shots within three feet of the rim.

First Round

15- Justin Edwards

Position: SF/PF

Age: 19

Height: 6’7”

Weight: 180 lbs

From: Kentucky

14.4 PPG, 6.8 RPG, 1.3 APG, 1.3 SPG, 0.7 BPG

Pro Comparison: Brandon Miller

Analysis: The more I know about him, the more I get torn on him as a prospect. He lacks burst and his finishing is a bit overrated. I don’t have the data to back it up but this 74th percentile finishing looks padded by transition. Expected his shooting splits to be higher, but his stroke still looks elite. He has a high release point, and whilst he is typically streaky, when the shot is falling he looks unstoppable out there, scoring at all three levels with ease. 

16- Cody Williams

Position: SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 195 lbs

From: Colorado

18 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 2.6 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.4 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jabari Smith Jr

Analysis: He’s looking like a legit lottery pick. He might be on the skinny side but he can gradually add bulk and his height means he’s a threat on both ends of the court. Seems to have a nice three-point range too and isn’t a volume shooter from that range so seems to have a nice shot selection.

With his length he promises to be a very good 3-and-D guy. Has the ability to crack the top 10, maybe even close to the top five but should be a solid first-round pick at least.

17- Tyrese Procter

Position: PG/SG

Age: 19

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 183 lbs

From: Duke

13.2 PPG, 3.7 RPG, 5.8 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Derrick White

Analysis: I don’t necessarily buy the surefire lottery pick hype but he is a first-rounder with lottery upside. He finished last year averaging around 15 in his last 10 games in conference play on good efficiency as a freshman in the ACC. He has NBA PG length and his vision is great, he just needs to fill out. He’s not a guy with massive upside, but should project to be a starting-caliber guard, which in this draft is definitely a pretty strong pick.

18- Kyle Filipowski

Position: C/PF

Age: 20

Height: 7’0”

Weight: 248 lbs

From: Duke

21.9 PPG, 11.3 RPG, 3.8 APG, 1.7 SPG, 2.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Mark Williams

Analysis: He’s 6’11, doesn’t play a lick of defense by NBA standards, can’t score efficiently at the rim, and is not a great shooter. Williams has the physical tools to have a great career in the league, his skills just need to develop to match that. His front-line athleticism is a bit greasy for a big man. He can handle the ball at a decent level, make good passes, and may develop into a good shooter one day.

19- Kel’el Ware

Position: C

Age: 19

Height: 7’0

Weight: 223 lbs

From: Indiana

17.6 PPG, 10.5 RPG, 2.2 APG, 0.9 SPG, 1.8 BPG

Pro Comparison: Tyson Chandler

Analysis: He reminds me of Tyson Chandler out of high school in terms of skill set and size/athleticism, but just like Tyson, Ware will explode when he starts focusing on his big man skill set and IQ. The three-point shot is nice, but he should focus on his spot-up game and get rid of the off-the-dribble game.

20- Ryan Dunn

Position: SF

Age: 21

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 216 lbs

From: Virginia

12.5 PPG, 9.0 RPG, 1.4 APG, 3.4 SPG, 3.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Trey Murphy III

Analysis: While his perimeter shooting is excellent, his defensive skills and IQ may be the most intriguing. Dunn has the agility, length and intelligence to make a difference on that end, and he can guard a variety of positions. He can play off or on the ball, and he has the skills to close out and disrupt. He is also a good shot blocker in his own right, as evidenced by his 5.3 block per 100 possessions last season in a small sample.

21- Bobi Klintman

Position: SF

Age: 20

Height: 6’11”

Weight: 225 lbs

From: Cairns Taipans (NBL)

17.5 PPG, 7.7 RPG, 2.0 APG, 2.0 SPG, 0.9 BPG

Pro Comparison: Kyle Kuzma

Analysis: Klintman stands at 6’10” and has good size and athleticism. He is a floor spacer who shoots around 37% from behind the arc. He has good hands, good rebounding and shot-blocking skills. However, Klintman needs to work on his strength and finish inside. He also lacks toughness and struggles against physical competition. Despite his rough exterior, Klintman’s size, shooting and versatility make him an interesting player with some untapped potential.

22- DJ Wagner

Position: PG

Age: 18

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 175 lbs

From: Kentucky

15.9 PPG, 2.9 RPG, 4.9 APG, 1.6 SPG, 0.7BPG

Pro Comparison: Tyrese Maxey

Analysis: He is a pure scorer with the ability to score from three positions and possesses a maturity beyond his years. Wagner has excellent ball-handling around the court and has a lot of movement with the ball. Similarly to Kentucky-teammate Dillingham, he possesses a quick crossover and has good burst and can penetrate the lane. He has a very advanced offensive feel and knows when to drive to the basket, pull up from midrange or use floaters and when to pass.

23- Terrence Shannon Jr

Position: SG

Age: 23

Height: 6’6.5”

Weight: 225 lbs

From: Illinois

23.7 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 3.8 APG, 1.1 SPG, 1.4 BPG

Pro Comparison: Hamidou Diallo

Analysis: He comes and goes too often and the shooting hasn’t been consistent for a player with a label around shooting. He still has to refine his right hand and learn to play more consistently under control. He’s a good risk to end up as a backup, but for a guy with a moderate ceiling, his floor doesn’t feel higher than the average senior.

24- Tidjane Salaun

Position: SF

Age: 18

Height: 6’9”

Weight: 203 lbs

From: Cholet Basket (France)

15.4 PPG, 5.2 RPG, 1.2 APG, 2.0 SPG, 0.4 BPG

Pro Comparison: Obi Toppin

Analysis: Tidjane Salaun has all of the tools to be an extremely successful NBA player. His athletic tools are the main selling point on him, and they give him massive upside. He is very quick and fast. He’s 6’9, but he has incredible speed. He can go from stopped to top speed so quickly, it makes him an incredible transition player.

Tidjane has a great vertical leap as well, he gets off the ground very quickly. He also has a great wingspan. He’s 6’9 with a 7’0 wingspan, and it might be even longer than that. His wingspan combined with his vertical jump gives him great tools to be an effective shot blocker in the pros. On top of that, he’s also a very fluid mover, moving gracefully and light on his feet. He has all the athletic tools I would want of someone his height outside of maybe more strength.

25- Kevin McCullar

Position: SG

Age: 23

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 210 lbs

From: Kansas

21.4 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 5.1 APG, 1.7 SPG, 0.8 BPG

Pro Comparison: Kenrich Williams

Analysis: He gets to where he needs to be, scores through contact and sets up his teammates with both stationary and live dribble passes. He seems to have more control over every possession. He’s had a triple-double in his last five games. He has also been very good on the defensive end, playing a variety of archetypes and stopping ball handlers.

26- Zach Edey

Position: C

Age: 21

Height: 7’4.25”

Weight: 306 lbs

From: Purdue

29.4 PPG, 12.7 RPG, 1.9 APG, 0.3 SPG, 3.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Enes Freedom

Analysis: Offensively, Edey excels at layups, putbacks, tips and post-ups. He would have been a great player to target in a center-heavy league back in the day. Edey is a terrific rebounder at 13 rebounds per game, but a lot of that is due to his size. The Purdue-product stands at 7’4, one of the tallest players in the NCAA, and he uses that size to his advantage. He spends most of his time in the paint, either waiting for the ball to come to him or hustling for a rebound.

27- Tyler Smith

Position: PF/SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’11”

Weight: 224 lbs

From: G-League Ignite

22.9 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 2.7 APG, 1.6 SPG, 1.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Cedi Osman

Analysis:  6-foot-10, a projectable shooter with a modern wing toolkit and solid defensive end, Smith is a lock to go in the 2024 first round. He has the potential to play a 3-and-D role in the NBA, and his growth as a shooter/shooter and ball handler will increase his ceiling and make him a 3-and-D plus prospect. 

28- Kylan Boswell

Position: PG

Age: 19

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 195 lbs

From: Arizona

15.7 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 5.9 APG, 2.1 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Derrick White

Analysis: While Boswell doesn’t have great size for his position, he does have a very strong frame. He’s the type of player who could easily continue to build strength and have an NBA-ready body by draft day. Boswell has a smooth jumper, and he hit 39% of his threes last season. He has good mechanics and can shoot on the move, which is a very useful skill for him in the future.

When Boswell has the ball in his hands, he’s quick and agile. He can get to the rim and finish in the paint. One area of improvement for Boswell in his second year would be to draw fouls and get to the line more often. At 18, Boswell is a good pass-catcher, but he wasn’t a great assist guy in limited play.

29- Aday Mara

Position: C

Age: 18

Height: 7’3”

Weight: 245 lbs

From: UCLA

11.9 PPG, 7.9 RPG, 2.6 APG, 0.5 SPG, 2.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Zydrunas Ilgauskas

Analysis: Right now, his game is pretty straightforward. He does a lot of big man stuff like rim protection, clean up and finishes, and he’s a vertical spacer, but what really stands out is his passing ability. He’s effective on short rolls and high post passes, and he has great vision from all positions. He’s mainly an interior scorer, but he’s shown flashes of being a shooter. His shooting is slow and flat, but he has good touch on free throws and floaters. We could see him become a better shooter from spot-ups depending on his work ethic.

30- Kwame Evans

Position: PF

Age: 19

Height: 6’9”

Weight: 205 lbs

From: Oregon

12.9 PPG, 8.4 RPG, 2.8 APG, 2.7 SPG, 2.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Josh Jackson

Analysis: Evans has the ball skills to initiate offense or grab rebounds and go with them. He has great vision, so teams can play him off the dribble from a half-court position. When Evans has his feet set, he’s a solid spot shooter. He’s athletic, but there’s not much juice in his game. His massive wingspan does a lot to make up for it. Evans is great in passing lanes, and he has great timing as a shooter. He needs to add some muscle. Though those results will likely with time as he’s still young. His upside is enormous, and the lights are coming on.

Second Round

31-  Trentyn Flowers

Position: SG

Age: 18

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 205 lbs

From: Adelaide 36ers (NBL)

14.2 PPG, 8.1 RPG, 1.6 APG, 0.6 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jalen Johnson

32- Ajay Mitchell

Position: PG/SG

Age: 21

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 190 lbs

From: UC Santa Barbara

26.5 PPG, 7.2 RPG, 5.4 APG, 1.2 SPG, 0.5 BPG

Pro Comparison: C.J. McCollum

33- Adem Bona

Position: C

Age: 20

Height: 6’9.25”

Weight: 243 lbs

From: UCLA

17.2 PPG, 9.2 RPG, 1.2 APG, 0.9 SPG, 1.9 BPG

Pro Comparison: James Nnaji

34- Alex Toohey

Position: SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 223 lbs

From: Sydney Kings (NBL)

15.9 PPG, 6.4 RPG, 1.5 APG, 0.9 SPG, 1.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jerami Grant

35- Yves Misi

Position: C

Age: 19

Height: 6’10”

Weight: 235

From: Baylor

18.7 PPG, 12.0 RPG, 0.3 APG, 1.7 SPG, 4.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Kenneth Faried

36- Trey Alexander

Position: SG

Age: 20

Height: 6’4.25”

Weight: 185 lbs

From: Creighton

16.0 PPG, 7.1 RPG, 4.4 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.7 BPG

Pro Comparison: Bogdan Bogdanovic

37- Aaron Bradshaw

Position: C

Age: 19

Height: 7’0”

Weight: 215 lbs

From: Kentucky

14.7 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 0.0 APG, 1.3 SPG, 2.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Naz Reid

38- Baba Miller

Position: SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’11”

Weight: 204 lbs

From: Florida State

11.9 PPG, 7.4 RPG, 2.1 APG, 1.7 SPG, 1.8 BPG

Pro Comparison: Jonathan Isaac

39- Oso Ighodaro

Position: PF

Age: 21

Height: 6’9”

Weight: 225 lbs

From: Marquette

15.8 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.1 SPG, 1.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: J.T Thor

40- Kobe Johnson

Position: SG

Age: 20

Height: 6’6”

Weight: 200 lbs

From: USC

13.7 PPG, 6.6 RPG, 3.5 APG, 2.7 SPG, 1.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: R.J Barret

41- Judah Mintz

Position: PG

Age: 20

Height: 6’4”

Weight: 176 lbs

From: Syracuse

23.4 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 4.3 APG, 2.6 SPG, 0.3BPG

Pro Comparison: Nick Smith Jr.

42- Dillon Mitchell

Position: SF

Age: 20

Height: 6’7.75”

Weight: 193 lbs

From: Texas

13.6 PPG, 11.4 RPG, 2.4 APG, 2.4 SPG, 1.6 BPG

Pro Comparison: KJ Martin

43- JaeDon LeDee

Position: PF

Age: 24

Height: 6’9”

Weight: 240 lbs

From: San Diego State University

24.0 PPG, 11.3 RPG, 2.1 APG, 1.3 SPG, 1.6 BPG

Pro Comparison: Draymond Green

44- Tyler Kolek

Position: PG

Age: 22

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 195 lbs

From: Marquette

17.6 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 7.1 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Brandon Podziemski

45- PJ Hall

Position: PF

Age: 21

Height: 6’10.5”

Weight: 238 lbs

From: Clemson

26.7 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 3.0 APG, 1.4 SPG, 3.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Keegan Murray

46- Trevon Brazile

Position: PF

Age: 21

Height: 6’10”

Weight: 220 lbs

From: Arkansas

12.6 PPG, 8.8 RPG, 0.9 APG, 1.1 SPG, 2.1 BPG

Pro Comparison: Luke Kennard

47- Tristan Da Silva

Position: SF/PF

Age: 21

Height: 6’10

Weight: 220 lbs

From: Colorado

18.5 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1.3 SPG, 0.6 BPG

Pro Comparison: Larry Nance Jr

48- Melvin Ajinca

Position: SG/SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 200 lbs

From: Saint Quentin (France)

13.8 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 1.3 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Gorgui Dieng

49- Dillon Jones

Position: SF

Age: 22

Height: 6’6”

Weight: 235 lbs

From: Weber State

17.9 PPG, 11.0 RPG, 4.2 APG, 1.8 SPG, 0.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Dylan Windler

50- Bronny James

Position: PG/SG

Age: 19

Height: 6’4”

Weight: 180 lbs

From: USC

5.0 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 1.0 APG, 1.0 SPG, 0.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: De’Anthony Melton

51- Svonmir Ivisic

Position: PF/C

Age: 20

Height: 7’2”

Weight: 235 lbs

From: Kentucky

N/A PPG, N/A RPG, N/A APG, N/A SPG, N/A BPG

Pro Comparison: Deandre Ayton

52- Harrison Ingram

Position: SF

Age: 20

Height: 6’7”

Weight: 233 lbs

Wingspan:

From: UNC

15.7 PPG, 6.9 RPG, 2.8 APG, 1.9 SPG, 0.6 BPG

Pro Comparison: Theo Pinson

53- Jared McCain

Position: PG

Age: 19

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 197 lbs

From: Duke

14.4 PPG, 5.6 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.4 SPG, 0.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Seth Curry

54- DaRon Holmes II

Position: PF

Age: 20

Height: 6’10”

Weight: 221 lbs

From: Dayton

19.8 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 3.1 APG, 0.6 SPG, 2.8 BPG

Pro Comparison: Montrezl Harrell

55- Nikola Djurisic

Position: SG/SF

Age: 19

Height: 6’8”

Weight: 218 lbs

From: KK Mega Basket (Serbia)

15.0 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 3.6 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.0 BPG

Pro Comparison: Danilo Gallinari

56- Reece Beekman

Position: PG

Age: 19

Height: 6’2.5”

Weight: 191 lbs

From: Virginia

15.2 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 6.7 APG, 3.1 SPG, 0.9 BPG

Pro Comparison: Marcus Smart

57- Tristen Newton

Position: PG/SG

Age: 19

Height: 6’5”

Weight: 195 lbs

From: UConn

18.3 PPG, 7.6 RPG, 6.3 APG, 1.6 SPG, 0.3 BPG

Pro Comparison: Kris Dunn

58- Dalton Knecht

Position: SF

Age: 22

Height: 6’6”

Weight: 213 lbs

From: Tennessee

20.0 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 1.9 APG, 0.6 SPG, 0.8 BPG

Pro Comparison: Bruce Brown

59- Ryan Kalkbrenner

Position: C

Age: 22

Height: 7’1.75”

Weight: 252 lbs

From: Creighton

20.0 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 1.5 APG, 0.3 SPG, 2.9 BPG

Pro Comparison: Walker Kessler

60- Baylor Scheierman

Position: SF

Age: 23

Height: 6’7”

Weight: 205 lbs

From: Creighton

19.7 PPG, 8.1 RPG, 4.8 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.2 BPG

Pro Comparison: Joe Ingles

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