NBA Mock Draft 2019: RJ Barrett & Coby White Go in Lottery

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Coby White and Tre Jone are each probably first spherical picks within the 2019 NBA draft.

March Insanity has arrived which is a superb time not only for school basketball followers, however those that observe the leadup to the NBA draft. This yr’s match will function quite a lot of prime prospects, together with what looks like the complete Duke workforce.

Now that Zion Williamson is again on the court docket, the Blue Devils beginning lineup is made up of probably first-round draft picks. Williamson has virtually assuredly locked up the highest spot, however it will likely be fascinating to see how the NCAA match may impression the No. 2 choose.

For the primary time in our mock draft, now we have Murray State’s Ja Morant leaping R.J. Barrett for the second choose. Morant helped Murray State upset Belmont within the Ohio Valley match to punch their ticket to March Insanity. If Murray State can notch a win or two, it may assist Morant overtake Barrett.

Barrett probably may have extra match video games with Duke getting into March Insanity as a championship contender. A lot of the speak has been about Williamson, however an fascinating subplot is the race for the No. 2 choose.

Right here’s a take a look at our newest NBA mock draft, and the order is predicated on the standings as of Friday, March 15th, courtesy of Tankathon.


NBA Mock Draft 2019: 1st Spherical Picks

TEAMPLAYER
No. 1 KnicksPF Zion Williamson, Duke
No. 2 SunsPG Ja Morant, Murray State
No. three CavaliersSG RJ Barrett, Duke
No. four BullsSF Cam Reddish, Duke
No. 5 HawksSG Jarrett Culver, Texas Tech
No. 6 Hawks (by way of Mavericks)SF Romeo Langford, Indiana
No. 7 GrizzliesPF Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga
No. eight WizardsPG Darius Garland, Vanderbilt
No. 9 PelicansF De’Andre Hunter, Virginia
No. 10 HornetsSF Nassir Little, UNC
No. 11 LakersPF PJ Washington, Kentucky
No. 12 MagicSG Keldon Johnson, Kentucky
No. 13 TimberwolvesPG Coby White, UNC
No. 14 Celtics (by way of Kings)PF Brandon Clarke, Gonzaga
No. 15 WarmthC Bol Bol, Oregon
No. 16 PistonsSF KZ Okpala, Stanford
No. 17 NetsSG Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech
No. 18 Celtics (by way of Clippers)PF Sekou Doumbouya, Guinea
No. 19 JazzSF Talen Horton-Tucker, Iowa State
No. 20 SpursC Jaxson Hayes, Texas
No. 21 ThunderSG Kevin Porter, USC
No. 22 CelticsG Tyler Herro, Kentucky
No. 23 BlazersPG Tre Jones, Duke
No. 24 Cavs (by way of Rockets)C Jontay Porter, Missouri
No. 25 SixersF Jalen McDaniels, San Diego State
No. 26 PacersC Daniel Gafford, Arkansas
No. 27 Nets (by way of Nuggets)SF Cameron Johnson, UNC
No. 28 WarriorsSF Admiral Schofield, Tennessee
No. 29 Spurs (by way of Raptors)G Jaylen Nowell, Washington
No. 30 BucksF Chuma Okeke, Arizona

 

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