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2019 NBA Draft

2019 NBA Draft - June 20th, 2019 @ 7:00 PM, in Brooklyn, New York
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Round 1

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1 New Orleans Zion Williamson*** PF Duke 6' 7" 270
DraftSite's comments:A+ No surprises here. New face of the franchise.
2 Memphis Ja Morant** PG Murray State 6' 3" 170
DraftSite's comments:A Dynamic point guard who will create a strong duo with Jaren Jackson Jr. for years to come.
3 New York R.J. Barrett*** SF Duke 6' 7" 180
DraftSite's comments:A+ Best player the Knicks could have taken at #3. A strong piece to build around moving forward if they strike out in free agency.
4 Atlanta Trade Icon De'Andre Hunter** SF Virginia 6' 8" 225
DraftSite's comments:C+ Not so much a bad player or fit for the Hawks, but taking him at #4 is a bit egregious, especially considering what it took to move up to this position.
5 Cleveland Darius Garland*** PG Vanderbilt 6' 3" 175
DraftSite's comments:A+ Darius Garland was the most talented prospect on the board. Not a perfect fit with Sexton, but Cavs aren't in a position to worry about that.
6 Minnesota Trade Icon Jarrett Culver** SG Texas Tech 6' 5" 190
DraftSite's comments:A+ A great piece to add alongside KAT, Culver can give them everything on the wing that Wiggins couldn't
7 Chicago Coby White*** PG UNC 6' 5" 185
DraftSite's comments:B+ Not the best fit alongside Lavine, but White fills an immediate need and is an instant upgrade over Dunn
8 New Orleans Trade Icon Jaxson Hayes*** C Texas 6' 11" 220
DraftSite's comments:B- Jaxson Hayes is a great future prospect, but his fit with Zion is questionable, hopefully his touch translates to him spacing the floor sooner rather than later
9 Washington Rui Hachimura* SF Gonzaga 6' 8" 225
DraftSite's comments:D Rui is not the answer for the Wizards. He has so much developing to do, and it is a major question mark whether everything comes together for him.
10 Atlanta Trade Icon Cam Reddish*** SF Duke 6' 7" 203
DraftSite's comments:A- Atlanta has the time and talent to let Reddish develop and go through any growing pains. Another athletic wing is never bad thing.
11 Phoenix Trade Icon Cam Johnson SG UNC 6' 9" 210
DraftSite's comments:F- Phoenix made a major reach for a one dimensional player. Showing why they continue to be in the lottery every year with no success.
12 Charlotte PJ Washington** SF Kentucky 6' 8" 230
DraftSite's comments:B Charlotte adds to their athletic core of Bridges and Monk. His strong floor should help the Hornets off the bat.
13 Miami Tyler Herro*** SG Kentucky 6' 5" 193
DraftSite's comments:B- A phenomenal shooter, Herro will be a pro for a long time, but questions about what else he provides still loom. He fills a need, now it becomes a question of whether he can expand his game.
14 Boston Trade Icon Romeo Langford*** SG Indiana 6' 6" 195
DraftSite's comments:B- Langford is a guard who can fill in as a guard as they lose Rozier and Irving, but he is a risky pick nonetheless, especially if the shooting never comes around.
15 Detroit Sekou Doumboya SF France 6' 9" 210
DraftSite's comments:B Doumbouya is a solid pick at this point. The Pistons need to swing for the fences to get out of constant mediocrity. Hopefully Doumbouya can develop into a great all-around player
16 Orlando Chuma Okeke** PF Auburn 6' 8" 235
DraftSite's comments:B Okeke is a great player at this point in the draft, but the fit is interesting to say the least.
17 New Orleans Trade Icon Nickeil Alexander-Walker** PG Virginia Tech 6' 5" 210
DraftSite's comments:B+ Alexader-Walker immediately helps with the Pelicans spacing problems, unfortunately he also creates a logjam at the guard positions. He should still provide an aspect of need for a young team looking to add to their already strong nucleus.
18 Indiana Goga Bitadze C Georgia 6' 11" 250
DraftSite's comments:B A great pick this late in the draft, Goga is a safe bet to be a high level starter, but his fit with Sabonis and Turner already on the roster is perplexing
19 San Antonio Luka Samanic PF Spain 6' 10" 210
DraftSite's comments:B- Samanic is a strong euro prospect who's offense will be welcomed in San Anotnio. This grade will end up looking stupid in a year, but for now it seems like a bit of a reach.
20 Philadelphia Trade Icon Matisse Thybulle* SG Washington 6' 5" 195
DraftSite's comments:B Another good player to an odd fit. He fits a role immediately, but the Sixers need shooting more than anything.
21 Memphis Trade Icon Brandon Clarke* C Gonzaga 6' 8" 230
DraftSite's comments:A+ A phenomenal fit next to Jaren Jackson Jr. creating one of the most tantalizing front courts in the league defensively.
22 Boston Grant Williams* PF Tennessee 6' 7" 236
DraftSite's comments:A+ Grant Williams will be a perfect fit for the Celtics, and getting a high IQ guy at this point is a massive W for Boston
23 Oklahoma City Trade Icon Darius Bazley*** SF United States 6' 8" 195
DraftSite's comments:D A bit of a reach for a project player. Does not make much sense for OKC, who are in a win now situation. Also, not a guy who project to be a strong floor spacer, the Thunder's biggest need.
24 Phoenix Trade Icon Ty Jerome* PG Virginia 6' 5" 195
DraftSite's comments:B+ Strong pick for a team in desperate need of a point guard. Jerome should be the favorite to start entering next season.
25 Portland Nassir Little*** SF UNC 6' 7" 215
DraftSite's comments:A+ Great pick for a team who lacks wing depth. His defense makes him a perfect fit, along with a great work ethic and character.
26 Cleveland Trade Icon Dylan Windler SG Belmont 6' 8" 200
DraftSite's comments:D Windler is not the best player available at this point, and that is what the Cavs should be looking for. He does have a translatable role, but not a lot of upside with him.
27 LA Clippers Trade Icon Mfiondu Kabengele** PF Florida State 6' 10" 250
DraftSite's comments:B- Kabengele was a late riser over the past couple of weeks. With little big man depth Kabengele will help out a bit as a unicorn type big, but there were better options around for LA at this point.
28 Golden State Jordan Poole** SG Michigan 6' 4" 190
DraftSite's comments:B Poole is a perfect Warrior fit. He should be able to fill some of Thompson's minutes well this season on offense, but will have to develop more as a playmaker and defender moving forward if he wants to be more than a place holder for them.
29 San Antonio Trade Icon Keldon Johnson*** SF Kentucky 6' 6" 210
DraftSite's comments:B+ The Spurs need depth on the wings, and Johnson certainly provides that. His two-way play will be a scary thought as he develops in San Antonio.
30 Cleveland Trade Icon Kevin Porter*** SF USC 6' 5" 195
DraftSite's comments:A+ A high upside player who could do some major damage on a talent deprived team. KPJ's upside is well worth the risk at this point for a team like Cleveland.

Round 2

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31 Brooklyn Trade Icon Nicolas Claxton** PF Georgia 6' 11" 220
DraftSite's comments:A: Brooklyn is a great player developmental team, and Calxton's upside is massive if Brooklyn is able to unlock it. He will likely start in a minimal role, but a good pickup for the Nets this late.
32 Miami Trade Icon Kezie Okpala** SF Stanford 6' 8" 195
DraftSite's comments:B+ The Heat are another great team at helping players reaching their potential. Okpala has a lot of it, but it will take a while to get there. If anyone can turn him into something, it will be Miami though.
33 Boston Trade Icon Carsen Edwards* PG Purdue 6' 1" 200
DraftSite's comments:A+ The Celtics obviously need point guard insurance, and Edwards is the best one available. He should be a plug in play guy, so he could be an immediate help to them from day 1.
34 Atlanta Trade Icon Bruno Fernando** C Maryland 6' 10" 245
35 New Orleans Trade Icon Marcos Louzada Silva SG Brazil 6' 5" 188
36 Charlotte Trade Icon Cody Martin SF Nevada 6' 7" 205
37 Detroit Trade Icon Deividas Sirvydis SF Lithuania 6' 8" 190
38 Chicago Trade Icon Daniel Gafford** PF Arkansas 6' 11" 234
39 Golden State Trade Icon Alen Smailagic C Serbia 6' 10" 215
40 Sacramento Trade Icon Justin James SF Wyoming 6' 7" 180
41 Golden State Trade Icon Eric Paschall PF Villanova 6' 9" 255
42 Washington Trade Icon Admiral Schofield SG Tennessee 6' 5" 238
43 Minnesota Trade Icon Jaylen Nowell** SG Washington 6' 4" 200
44 Denver Trade Icon Bol Bol*** C Oregon 7' 2" 220
45 Dallas Trade Icon Isaiah Roby* PF Nebraska 6' 8" 226
46 LA Lakers Trade Icon Talen Horton-Tucker*** SG Iowa State 6' 5" 230
47 New York Trade Icon Ignas Brazdeikis*** SF Michigan 6' 7" 215
48 LA Clippers Terance Mann SG Florida State 6' 7" 215
49 San Antonio Quinndary Weatherspoon SG Mississippi State 6' 4" 205
50 Utah Trade Icon Jarrell Brantley PF Charleston 6' 7" 255
51 Boston Tremont Waters** PG LSU 5' 11" 167
52 Charlotte Trade Icon Jalen McDaniels** PF San Diego State 6' 10" 195
53 Utah Justin Wright-Foreman PG Hofstra 6' 2" 190
54 Philadelphia Marial Shayok SG Iowa State 6' 6" 201
55 Sacramento Trade Icon Kyle Guy* SG Virginia 6' 2" 175
56 Brooklyn Trade Icon Jaylen Hands** PG UCLA 6' 3" 170
57 Detroit Trade Icon Jordan Bone* PG Tennessee 6' 3" 180
58 Utah Trade Icon Miye Oni* SG Yale 6' 6" 210
59 Toronto Dewan Hernandez* C Miami 6' 11" 235
60 Sacramento Trade Icon Vanja Marinkovic SF Serbia 6' 7" 195

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