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Drafted Players: NBA

Markelle
Fultz
PHIPG
Rnd 1Pk 1
Lonzo
Ball
LALPG
Rnd 1Pk 2
Jayson
Tatum
BOSSF
Rnd 1Pk 3
Josh
Jackson
PHOSF
Rnd 1Pk 4
De'Aaron
Fox
SACPG
Rnd 1Pk 5
Jonathan
Isaac
ORLSF
Rnd 1Pk 6
Lauri
Markkanen
CHIPF
Rnd 1Pk 7
Frank
Ntilikina
NYPG
Rnd 1Pk 8
Dennis
Smith
DALPG
Rnd 1Pk 9
Zach
Collins
PORPF
Rnd 1Pk 10
Malik
Monk
CHASG
Rnd 1Pk 11
Luke
Kennard
DETSG
Rnd 1Pk 12
Donovan
Mitchell
UTASG
Rnd 1Pk 13
Bam
Adebayo
MIAC
Rnd 1Pk 14
Justin
Jackson
SACSF
Rnd 1Pk 15
Justin
Patton
MINC
Rnd 1Pk 16
D.J.
Wilson
MILPF
Rnd 1Pk 17
T.J.
Leaf
INDPF
Rnd 1Pk 18
John
Collins
ATLPF
Rnd 1Pk 19
Harry
Giles
SACPF
Rnd 1Pk 20
Terrance
Ferguson
OKCSG
Rnd 1Pk 21
Jarrett
Allen
BKNC
Rnd 1Pk 22
OG
Anunoby
TORSF
Rnd 1Pk 23
Tyler
Lydon
DENPF
Rnd 1Pk 24
Anzejs
Pasecniks
PHIC
Rnd 1Pk 25
Caleb
Swanigan
PORPF
Rnd 1Pk 26
Kyle
Kuzma
LALPF
Rnd 1Pk 27
Tony
Bradley
UTAC
Rnd 1Pk 28
Derrick
White
SASG
Rnd 1Pk 29
Josh
Hart
LALSG
Rnd 1Pk 30
Philadelphia
76ers
Markelle Fultz
Round 1 - Pick 1 (from Nets via Celtics)
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Washington
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 1
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 195
DraftExpress Commentary
A late bloomer with elite lead guard tools, unique athleticism and scoring instincts. Fultz has off-the-ball potential, and the vision and creativity to facilitate out of ball screens. He is the type of versatile guard every NBA franchise is looking to build around. His positional size and 6-10 wingspan give him excellent versatility defensively, and his shot creation and herky-jerky style of play fit perfectly with today's NBA spacing. A real candidate to contribute immediately and develop into a franchise-level lead guard, as long as he shoots consistently and ups his intensity on the defensive end.
Philadelphia 76ers
Los Angeles
Lakers
Lonzo Ball
Round 1 - Pick 2
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: UCLA
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 2
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 190
DraftExpress Commentary
One of the most intriguing guard prospects in some time. The pride of Chino Hills, California, creates excitement with his pinpoint outlet passes, open-court speed, 30-foot stepbacks and elite basketball instincts. His unselfishness is infectious and fits perfectly with the modern NBA's emphasis on pace, three-point shooting and dunks. He is not going to break defenders down with combo moves or put all that much pressure on the rim in the half court, but he knows how to win and makes his teammates better. His half-court scoring, ability to handle ball pressure and physical defensive skills still remain in question.
Los Angeles Lakers
Boston
Celtics
Jayson Tatum
Round 1 - Pick 3 (from Kings via 76ers)
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 4
  • Height: 6' 8"
  • Weight: 204
DraftExpress Commentary
A smooth, modern-day NBA combo forward with a deadly mid-post game, polished footwork, developing 3-point stroke and ideal reach and frame that will allow him to play a lot of power forward in smaller lineups. His overall production in the ACC, the NCAA's toughest conference, suggests he'll be able to contribute on the offensive end right out of the gates. His 3-point stroke and defensive intensity still have room to improve, and he can be a bit isolation-heavy in his approach, but there's not much downside in a plug-and-play forward who can get a bucket in the half-court.
Boston Celtics
Phoenix
Suns
Josh Jackson
Round 1 - Pick 4
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Kansas
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 3
  • Height: 6' 8"
  • Weight: 203
DraftExpress Commentary
An explosive do-it-all wing prospect who impacts the game on both ends. Jackson can slash, pass and defend, and plays with an intensity and grit that, while often bordering on instability, could become a major asset if channeled correctly. His long-term upside will be largely determined by his shooting progress. Is he the 26.9 percent 3-point shooter we saw through the first two months of the season with Kansas or the 42.2 percent marksman scouts raved about during the final three months?
Phoenix Suns
Sacramento
Kings
De'Aaron Fox
Round 1 - Pick 5 (from 76ers)
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Kentucky
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 171
DraftExpress Commentary
Fox is the most functional athlete in the draft. His quick-twitch, explosive change of pace and effortless bounce make him an open-court nightmare. He can collapse a defense without a ball screen in the half-court, welcomes contact and is willing to defend the length of the court. His 39-point NCAA tournament outburst against Lonzo Ball speaks to his gamer mentality, and the Houston native's work ethic, lively personality and fearless nature have impressed scouts. His one glaring hole is shooting. While not quite as poor as the 24.5 percent 3-point shooter he was in college, Fox has yet to prove he can make enough threes to keep defenses honest. His so-so decision-making will need to improve to ease his transition to the NBA, but he as star potential if he is able to turn into at least a respectable perimeter shooter.
Sacramento Kings
Orlando
Magic
Jonathan Isaac
Round 1 - Pick 6
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Florida St.
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 9
  • Height: 6' 11"
  • Weight: 205
DraftExpress Commentary
A versatile defender who should be able to guard one through four and make enough spot threes to keep the defense honest. A late bloomer who sprouted almost half a foot in one year, Isaac has the feet and fluidity of a guard with the reach of a center. A bit thin-framed, he competes on the defensive end, is a willing rebounder and knows his role, which is part of the downside on the other end of the floor. He is often happy to fade into the background as a ball-mover on offense, which may limit his offensive upside a bit. But versatility is the name of the game in today's NBA, and Isaac's two-way impact could make him a very valuable piece on a winning team.
Orlando Magic
Chicago
Bulls
Lauri Markkanen
Round 1 - Pick 7 (from Timberwolves)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Arizona
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 8
  • Height: 7' 0"
  • Weight: 225
DraftExpress Commentary
A Finnish 7-footer who ranked among the top international prospects in his age group. He opted to ply his trade in college where he was perhaps the top big-man jump shooter in NCAA history. His tremendous shooting ability gives him an obvious niche at the next level. He has excellent skill level for his size and is very fluid and coordinated, but lacks a degree of length and explosiveness. His rebounding and defensive potential is not particularly high despite his size and he will need to get stronger and tougher.
Chicago Bulls
New York
Knicks
Frank Ntilikina
Round 1 - Pick 8
PG
Position
France
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: France
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 10
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 170
DraftExpress Commentary
Ntilikina is a versatile, defense-first guard with elite size and length, a high basketball IQ, a professional approach and improving scoring ability. He should be able to defend one through three in time, thanks to his quick feet, long strides, 7-foot wingspan and competitiveness. He an play out of a ball screen, make spot threes with time and space, and make plays off closeouts. Ntilikina doesn't have a lot of holes in his game, although he's not quite elite at anything. He was asked to defer on a championship-contending squad, and it remains to be seen how Ntilikina, who is more smooth than explosive, will be able to score at the NBA level.
New York Knicks
Dallas
Mavericks
Dennis Smith
Round 1 - Pick 9
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: N.C. State
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 7
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 195
DraftExpress Commentary
Explosive, physical guard prospect who has excellent scoring potential and the quickness – although not quite the mentality – to be a two-way player. Perhaps the most powerful two-foot leaper in the draft despite tearing his ACL in 2015, Smith's highlight package looks like that of an NBA All-Star's. He changes gears, attacks the rim aggressively and has made major strides as a shooter off the dribble and off the catch. Smith's poor defensive effort, occasional "me-first" play and lack of impact on winning have scouts thinking twice despite his tremendous upside. If Smith can continue to develop winning habits within a strong organization, he could outplay his draft slot considerably.
Dallas Mavericks
Portland
Trail Blazers
Zach Collins
Round 1 - Pick 10 (from Sacramento)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Gonzaga
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 17
  • Height: 7' 0"
  • Weight: 230
DraftExpress Commentary
A mobile 7-footer who burst onto the national scene with an outstanding showing in the NCAA Final Four. He put up some of the best numbers in the country on a per-40-minute basis in a backup role for Gonzaga. He rebounds and blocks shots at a good clip and shows good scoring instincts, including from 3-point range. He needs to improve his awareness, basketball IQ, and mental and physical toughness.
Portland Trail Blazers
Charlotte
Hornets
Malik Monk
Round 1 - Pick 11
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Kentucky
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 6
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 197
DraftExpress Commentary
A bucket-getter with NBA range, elite scoring instincts and no conscience from the perimeter. Explosive yet not the most functional athlete in space, Monk is a highlight waiting to happen who scored 47 points against eventual NCAA champion North Carolina in Las Vegas in December. Averaging 19.8 points per game as a freshman in Lexington is no easy feat, but the rest of his game is a work in progress. He's more of a shot-maker than combo guard, is not the sharpest decision-maker and is likely best guarding point guards because of his average size and length. That said, shooting is now at a premium, and Monk's otherworldly confidence gives him a great foundation as the rest of his game develops.
Charlotte Hornets
Detroit
Pistons
Luke Kennard
Round 1 - Pick 12
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 13
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 202
DraftExpress Commentary
Kennard is one of the draft's best shooters. He took a major step forward this past season and continued to help himself throughout the predraft process. He has shown some combo-guard potential with his ability to operate out of the pick-and-roll and find open teammates. He's an average athlete who projects as somewhat of a defensive liability with his short wingspan and poor lateral quickness. Will his shot-creation prowess translate against NBA-level defenders?
Detroit Pistons
Utah
Jazz
Donovan Mitchell
Round 1 - Pick 13 (from Denver)
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Louisville
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 11
  • Height: 6' 3"
  • Weight: 210
DraftExpress Commentary
A long-armed, athletic combo guard who blossomed into a potential lottery pick with a strong predraft process. Mitchell is a multi-position defender who excels in transition and can make shots with his feet set and off the dribble. Not an efficient scoring option, but fits the mold of physically gifted, versatile guards who are now en vogue in the league.
Utah Jazz
Miami
Heat
Bam Adebayo
Round 1 - Pick 14
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Kentucky
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 34
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 250
DraftExpress Commentary
A slightly undersized big man who is long, chiseled and explosive. He has excellent mobility and agility for a big man, which gives him defensive versatility. He uses his strength to score around the basket but is unpolished away from the rim. He can track down offensive rebounds but needs to improve his awareness as a passer and shot-blocker. He also can improve his effort on the defensive glass and learn to play within his skill set.
Miami Heat
Sacramento
Kings
Justin Jackson
Round 1 - Pick 15 (from Portland)
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: N. Carolina
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 16
  • Height: 6' 8"
  • Weight: 193
DraftExpress Commentary
Jackson was the leader of UNC's national championship squad. He took a big step forward as a junior after testing the draft waters last season. He's an average athlete, but has a high IQ, polished skills and outstanding intangibles. His cleaner, faster release has helped him become more efficient in every aspect of his shooting. He gets quality looks in the flow of the offense but is just an average creator off the dribble. His lanky frame is a concern on defense, but he communicates well and is competitive. He might lack some upside, but he likely will have a clear-cut role, even early in his NBA career.
Sacramento Kings
Minnesota
Timberwolves
Justin Patton
Round 1 - Pick 16 (from Bulls)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Creighton
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 28
  • Height: 7' 0"
  • Weight: 226
DraftExpress Commentary
Patton is an athletic center who gets most of his offense from others either in transition, off cuts or via offensive rebounds. He has good hands but is not always willing to play through contact around the basket. He prefers to play on the perimeter, but his jump shot needs a mechanical overhaul. He's not a natural rebounder, but his quick feet allow him to switch onto guards.
Minnesota Timberwolves
Milwaukee
Bucks
D.J. Wilson
Round 1 - Pick 17
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Michigan
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 23
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 240
DraftExpress Commentary
Wilson has a good frame, impressive mobility and tremendous length. He has perimeter skills after growing a few inches late in high school. He didn't play much early in his Michigan career. He's an efficient finisher in the paint but avoids contact. He's a 37 percent 3-point shooter who projects to improve. He can attack the rim off the dribble but has to become a tougher player to match up against NBA big men. He can protect the rim but doesn't fight on the glass as a rebounder. His defensive awareness and willingness to get stops need to improve.
Milwaukee Bucks
Indiana
Pacers
T.J. Leaf
Round 1 - Pick 18
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: UCLA
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 36
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 220
DraftExpress Commentary
Leaf's offensive versatility was ideal for playing alongside Lonzo Ball. Leaf is a fluid athlete who shows good bounce in space and has some touch, but he has had difficulty finishing against length at the rim. He shot 46.6 percent from 3-point range in a small sample size, but there are questions about how his mechanics will translate to the NBA. His mobility, ball-handling and passing should play well in space as a pick-and-pop or pick-and-roll threat. Where he can contribute defensively is an issue because he is not overly quick or physical and struggles covering ground in space.
Indiana Pacers
Atlanta
Hawks
John Collins
Round 1 - Pick 19
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Wake Forest
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 12
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 225
DraftExpress Commentary
A late-blooming big man who led the NCAA in player efficiency rating this past season. An explosive athlete with a chiseled frame and a tremendous motor. He's an instinctive scorer who can finish around the basket, get easy baskets in transition, operate with his back to the hoop and finish pick-and-roll lobs. Collins is a tenacious rebounder on both ends despite not having great length. Has shown flashes of being a jump shooter throughout the predraft process. Not a great passer due to average awareness. Defense is a major red flag. He's not always an effective paint presence and was often out of position or trying to avoid foul trouble.
Atlanta Hawks
Sacramento
Kings
Harry Giles
Round 1 - Pick 20 (from Blazers via Nuggets)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 26
  • Height: 6' 11"
  • Weight: 222
DraftExpress Commentary
Giles was the No. 2-rated recruit in high school in an excellent freshman class. He's suffered three knee surgeries that have robbed him of much of the quickness, explosiveness and confidence that made him such a prized prospect. He still has good tools for a near 7-footer with a 7-3 wingspan. He plays hard and isn't afraid to throw his body around. He showed some offensive flashes in high school, but to what extent can he regain the athleticism that made him such a promising player?
Sacramento Kings
Oklahoma City
Thunder
Terrance Ferguson
Round 1 - Pick 21
SG
Position
Advanced Prep International
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Advanced Prep International
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 24
  • Height: 6' 7"
  • Weight: 186
DraftExpress Commentary
A skinny, explosive wing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, who made the unconventional decision to spend his one-and-done season in Australia, where he had an up-and-down year. He's primarily a catch-and-shoot transition finisher who shows flashes defensively with his 6-9 wingspan. He's barely been able to add weight to his narrow frame in the past three years and isn't much of a ball-handler, passer or shot creator. He had a difficult predraft process and appears far from being able to contribute to an NBA team at this stage.
Oklahoma City Thunder
Brooklyn
Nets
Jarrett Allen
Round 1 - Pick 22 (from Wizards)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Texas
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 18
  • Height: 6' 11"
  • Weight: 224
DraftExpress Commentary
Allen has impressive mobility and length, and a frame that should fill out nicely. He has a 7-5 wingspan, excellent hands and soft touch around the basket. He's shown flashes facing the basket and with his back to the hoop, but is not consistent yet. He hasn't shown he can impact games and appears to be several years away from contributing at the NBA level. He also lacks toughness, intensity and basketball IQ.
Brooklyn Nets
Toronto
Raptors
OG Anunoby
Round 1 - Pick 23
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Indiana
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 14
  • Height: 6' 8"
  • Weight: 215
DraftExpress Commentary
A late-blooming, long-armed combo forward with multi-positional defensive potential. Has a 7-2 wingspan and is a career 37 percent 3-point shooter, giving him clear three-and-D potential. He has only 868 minutes of college experience after getting off to a slow start as an unheralded freshman and then tearing his ACL midway through his sophomore season. He's a fairly limited offensive player with an average feel for the game. He shows flashes defensively but isn't consistent there either.
Toronto Raptors
Denver
Nuggets
Tyler Lydon
Round 1 - Pick 24 (from Utah)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Syracuse
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 22
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 225
DraftExpress Commentary
A sweet-shooting power forward with a nice feel for the game on both ends. A career 40 percent 3-point shooter in college, Lydon can play above the rim but isn't adept at creating for himself off the dribble or scoring over length. He lacks a degree of length, which hurts his upside defensively, and wasn't particularly consistent at the college level.
Denver Nuggets
Philadelphia
76ers
Anzejs Pasecniks
Round 1 - Pick 25 (from Orlando via Toronto)
C
Position
Latvia
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Latvia
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 21
  • Height: 7' 2"
  • Weight: 229
DraftExpress Commentary
A Latvian big man who's coming into his own just as he's eligible for the draft. He has great size and a 7-3 wingspan to go along with impressive mobility and a developing skill set. He is among the most improved players in Europe, is efficient offensively and has great hands with a soft touch inside. He is improving in the post and has potential as a 3-point shooter. He lacks a degree of strength and toughness and is an average rim protector and passer.
Philadelphia 76ers
Portland
Trail Blazers
Caleb Swanigan
Round 1 - Pick 26 (from Cavaliers)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Purdue
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 27
  • Height: 6' 9"
  • Weight: 247
DraftExpress Commentary
Swanigan is undersized for the center position but has a 7-3 wingspan and a strong frame. He lacks great quickness or explosiveness, which limits his finishing and shot-blocking potential. He is an instinctive scorer who has made major strides expanding his offensive game away from the rim. He shot a career-best 45 percent from 3-point range this past season, which should help him translate to the NBA more effectively. He was a dominant rebounder at the college level using his physicality, length and feel. He struggles defending in space, which could be a major issue guarding pick-and-rolls. He's not your modern-day NBA big, but he's a hard worker who brings production and intangibles.
Portland Trail Blazers
Los Angeles
Lakers
Kyle Kuzma
Round 1 - Pick 27 (from Celtics via Nets)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Utah
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 43
  • Height: 6' 9"
  • Weight: 221
DraftExpress Commentary
He has the physical tools, fluidity and budding skill set to fit the role of a modern-day NBA power forward. He can handle, pass and shoot, although the consistency of his jumper remains a question. He also shows good instincts as a rebounder. His stock rose because of a strong NBA combine showing. He shows flashes of versatility defensively, but his effort level is inconsistent and his awareness can be poor. He can find a suitable role if he proves he can guard his position.
Los Angeles Lakers
Utah
Jazz
Tony Bradley
Round 1 - Pick 28 (from Rockets via Lakers)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: N. Carolina
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 40
  • Height: 6' 10"
  • Weight: 248
DraftExpress Commentary
An old-school center with a 248-pound frame, 7-5 wingspan and 9-4 1/2 standing reach. He played a backup role on North Carolina's championship squad, contributing primarily as an offensive rebounder and opportunistic finisher. He surprised some by electing to stay in the draft. He's shown flashes of skill facing the basket and as a passer. He will need to overcome his lack of quickness and explosiveness, particularly on the defensive end.
Utah Jazz
San Antonio
Spurs
Derrick White
Round 1 - Pick 29
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Colorado
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 25
  • Height: 6' 5"
  • Weight: 200
DraftExpress Commentary
A big combo guard who emerged at Colorado out of the Division II ranks. He has tremendous instincts and scores in a variety of ways playing with or off the ball. He's a capable jump shooter who plays with pace off the dribble and can score near the basket when opportunity presents itself. He's very unselfish and has nice potential as an NBA role player. He was only 6-feet tall as a senior in high school and had no scholarship offers. He needs to continue to improve defensively and become a more vocal leader.
San Antonio Spurs
Los Angeles
Lakers
Josh Hart
Round 1 - Pick 30 (from Warriors via Jazz)
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Sch/Ctry: Villanova
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 51
  • Height: 6' 6"
  • Weight: 204
DraftExpress Commentary
A four-year player who led Villanova to the national title in 2016, Hart is an efficient college scorer who is not overly quick or explosive. He relies on his strength, smarts and footwork to create scoring opportunities. He mostly plays below the rim and may struggle to create and finish against elite athletes. He's an improved perimeter shooter who changed his mechanics to help him adjust to the NBA line. He's a smart, competitive defender who makes the most of his tools. He has a winning attitude and could carve out a role with the right team.
Los Angeles Lakers