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2016 NBA Mock Draft

2016 NBA Draft - June 24th, 2016 @ 2:00 AM

Version 8 - Published: Jun. 4, 2016 at 2:32 am (ET)


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Round Pick   Team Player Position School Height WeightComments
11
Philadelphia Ben Simmons *** SFLSU6' 10"240Simmons is a perfect fit for a Philadelphia team that needs some instant offense. His attitude may drop him a spot though.
12
LA Lakers Brandon Ingram ** SFDuke6' 9"195Ingram, Russell, and Randle gives you a nice young core to build on. Add in a likely resigned Jordan Clarkson and a good young coach in Luke Walton, and they may be two years away from contending for that 8th spot.
13
Boston Trade Icon Jaylen Brown *** SGCal6' 7"225Jaylen Brown's workouts have been too good and he's beginning to look like too good of a prospect to pass up. It may be moving from a 2-person draft to a 3.
14
Phoenix Dragan Bender PFCroatia7' 0"220As bad as Phoenix was last year, they have a ton of nice young pieces all over, especially at guard. Getting a raw European to groom over the next few years would be a great move for the Suns.
15
Minnesota Buddy Hield SGOklahoma6' 4"215Minnesota just needs another year of maturity, rather than another draft pick. No one necessarily makes perfect sense here so getting a guy who knows how to win and produce, to come off the bench might be a great move.
16
New Orleans Kris Dunn * PGProvidence6' 3"205New Orleans wanted Jrue Holiday to be their point guard of the future, but after two years, they may be ready to go in another direction.
17
Denver Trade Icon Jamal Murray *** SGKentucky6' 4"205Denver is another roster stocked with young's at all positions so getting the best guy on the board might their best bet.
18
Sacramento Domantas Sabonis ** PFGonzaga6' 10"231Sacramento's situation won't be cleared up until after free agency, but either way they really need solid depth at guard. At the same time, Cousins is such a question mark that they may want insurance in case they have to trade him. Getting Arvydas' son would be a start.
19
Toronto Trade Icon Deyonta Davis *** PFMichigan State6' 10"240If Deyonta Davis can learn to score in a short period of time, he might fit in perfectly to that Toronto roster.
110
Milwaukee Skal Labissiere *** CKentucky7' 0"215Do they need another John Henson? Probably not, but Hammond loves to draft lengthy players and Skal fits the mold.
111
Orlando Denzel Valentine SGMichigan State6' 6"220If they continue to start Aaron Gordon at power forward, then Orlando really doesn't have a lot of needs. So it would be hard to ignore a productive senior who averaged 18/7.5/7.8 that could help bring a more mature, winning attitude to the team.
112
Utah Henry Ellenson *** PFMarquette6' 10"245Getting a young power forward who doesn't need to start right away would give them some nice depth.
113
Phoenix Trade Icon Furkan Korkmaz SGTurkey6' 7"175Phoenix's second 1st round pick would be someone to stash.
114
Chicago Jakob Poeltl ** CUtah7' 0"235Chicago might want to add some depth to their front court after potentially losing Noah and Gasol.
115
Denver Trade Icon Juan Hernangomez SFSpain6' 9"220Denver's second 1st round pick would be a stasher.
116
Boston Trade Icon Marquese Chriss *** PFWashington6' 10"233
117
Memphis Malachi Richardson *** SGSyracuse6' 6"195If Memphis wants to get younger for their inevitable rebuild Malachi is one way to go.
118
Detroit Dejounte Murray PGWashington6' 5"170They have their starting core locked up for a few years in Drummond, Harris, Reggie, KCP, and Marcus Morris, with Stanley Johnson chomping at the bits. So getting a guard who could mix in at PG and SG, would be perfect.
119
Denver Trade Icon Thon Maker CCanada7' 1"218With 3 first round picks, Denver could take another gamble on a long-term project in Thon Maker.
120
Indiana Brice Johnson PFUNC6' 9"225Indiana is expecting offense next season and might be a good go-between for Paul George and Myles Turner.
121
Atlanta Tyler Ulis ** PGKentucky5' 9"160
122
Charlotte Wade Baldwin ** PGVanderbilt6' 3"195
123
Boston Timothe Luwawu SGFrance6' 7"195Luwawu would be a perfect flex player for Boston to stash or develop.
124
Philadelphia Trade Icon Malik Beasley SGFlorida State6' 5"195Philly needs some scoring next year and Beasley gives them that.
125
LA Clippers DeAndre Bembry * SFSt. Joseph's6' 6"200The Clippers probably don't feel that they need much help besides getting healthy, but they do. Bembry would give them a mature, productive small forward who could start at SF in another year.
126
Philadelphia Trade Icon Demetrius Jackson * PGNotre Dame6' 1"200
127
Toronto Ante Zizic CCroatia6' 11"240
128
Phoenix Trade Icon Cheick Diallo *** PFKansas6' 9"220
129
San Antonio Petr Cornelie CFrance6' 11"210
130
Golden State Isaiah Whitehead ** SGSeton Hall6' 4"210
231
Boston Trade Icon Damian Jones * CVanderbilt7' 0"250
232
LA Lakers Michael Gbinije SFSyracuse6' 6"200
233
Brooklyn Zhou Qi CXinjian Flying Tigers (CBA)7' 2"210
234
Phoenix Diamond Stone *** CMaryland6' 10"255
235
Boston Trade Icon Taurean Prince SFBaylor6' 7"220
236
Milwaukee Trade Icon Ivica Zubac CCroatia
237
Houston Trade Icon A.J. Hammons CPurdue7' 0"280
238
New Orleans Trade Icon Stephen Zimmerman *** CUNLV7' 0"240
239
Philadelphia Trade Icon
240
Milwaukee Caris LeVert SGMichigan6' 6"185
241
Orlando Wayne Selden * SGKansas6' 5"225
242
Utah Isaia Cordinier SGFrance6' 5"180
243
Atlanta Trade Icon Georgios Papagiannis CGreece7' 2"275
244
Orlando Trade Icon Guerschon Yabusele PFFrance6' 8"260
245
Minnesota Trade Icon Rade Zagorac SFSerbia6' 9"205
246
Boston Trade Icon Pascal Siakam ** PFNew Mexico State6' 9"230
247
Dallas Trade Icon Pat McCaw ** SFUNLV6' 7"185
248
Detroit Malcolm Brogdon SGVirginia6' 5"225
249
Portland Paul Zipser SGGermany6' 7"208
250
Indiana Marcus Paige PGUNC6' 2"175
251
Atlanta Chinanu Onuaku ** CLouisville6' 10"245
252
Oklahoma City Trade Icon Perry Ellis SFKansas6' 8"220
253
Memphis Trade Icon Isaiah Taylor * PGTexas6' 1"170
254
Boston Trade Icon Daniel Hamilton ** SFUConn6' 7"190
255
LA Clippers Kay Felder * PGOakland5' 9"176
256
Oklahoma City Tyrone Wallace SGCal6' 4"190
257
Utah Trade Icon Ben Bentil ** PFProvidence6' 9"235
258
Boston Trade Icon Ryan Arcidiacono PGVillanova6' 3"195
259
San Antonio Dwayne Bacon *** SGFlorida State6' 7"220
260
Utah Trade Icon Gary Payton II PGOregon State6' 2"190

* = Junior, ** = Sophomore, *** = Freshman

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