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  • Round 1, Pick 1, Philadelphia 76ers select Markelle Fultz, PG, Washington. Grade: A Analysis: The Process is complete. 76ers (potentially) now have most fearsome young trio in league. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 2, Los Angeles Lakers select Lonzo Ball, PG, UCLA. Grade: A Analysis: Real Magic Johnson gets to mentor next Magic. Good for him to be in hometown? Won't matter. Stud. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 3, Boston Celtics select Jayson Tatum, SF, Duke. Grade: A Analysis: Perfect fit. Celtics need a scorer to take pressure off IT4 and Tatum is the most advanced scorer in draft. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 4, Phoenix Suns select Josh Jackson, SF, Kansas. Grade: A- Analysis: High-energy, athletic two-way player added to talented young roster. Not a great jump-shooter -- yet. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 5, Sacramento Kings select De'Aaron Fox, PG, Kentucky. Grade: A Analysis: Best two-way point guard in stacked point-guard draft. Improve jumper and may be top player in draft. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 6, Orlando Magic select Jonathan Isaac, SF, Florida State. Grade: A Analysis: Highest ceiling in draft. Great teammate, humble, hard-working, versatile, physical freak. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 7, Minnesota Timberwolves select Lauri Markkanen, PF, Arizona. Grade: A- Analysis: Best 3-point shooting 7-footer in NCAA history. Versatile on both ends. Dirk Lite? by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 8, New York Knicks select Frank Ntilikina, PG, International. Grade: B Analysis: Incredible perimeter defender. Great floor general. Can he develop into a scorer? by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 9, Dallas Mavericks select Dennis Smith Jr., PG, NC State. Grade: B Analysis: Risky pick, huge upside. Most explosive player in draft. Inconsistent. Fifth point guard taken! by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 10, Sacramento Kings select Zach Collins, C, Gonzaga. Grade: B+ Analysis: Final pick of top tier of draft. Can do everything as a big man. Always solid, sometimes great. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 11, Charlotte Hornets select Malik Monk, PG, Kentucky. Grade: A- Analysis: Most explosive scorer in draft and one of best athletes. Microwave scorer who needs to D up. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 12, Detroit Pistons select Luke Kennard, SG, Duke. Grade: A Analysis: Smart player, smart pick. A great shooter but not just shooter -- he's a scorer. Fits need. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 13, Denver Nuggets select Donovan Mitchell, SG, Louisville. Grade: A- Analysis: One of most athletic players in draft. A classic Rick Pitino two-way guard. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 14, Miami Heat select Edrice Adebayo, C, Kentucky. Grade: B- Analysis: First surprise pick of draft. High upside -- if he stays as tough energy player, not a perimeter player. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 15, Portland Trail Blazers select Justin Jackson, SF, North Carolina. Grade: C+ Analysis: Elite mid-range shooter -- in a league that devalues mid-range shooting. Solid, but low upside. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 16, Chicago Bulls select Justin Patton, C, Creighton. Grade: A- Analysis: I like this pick. The Wolves are taking a home run swing on a risky but high-upside pick. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 17, Milwaukee Bucks select D.J. Wilson, PF, Michigan. Grade: B+ Analysis: A late-blooming stretch four. He can really shoot it, and plays decent D. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 18, Indiana Pacers select TJ Leaf, PF, UCLA. Grade: C+ Analysis: A solid stretch four. A bit of an overdraft here. Nice athlete, nice shooter, not elite. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 19, Atlanta Hawks select John Collins, PF, Wake Forest. Grade: A- Analysis: One of most efficient scorers in college, and one of the most improved players. Needs to add a jump shot. A steal. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 20, Portland Trail Blazers select Harry Giles, PF, Duke. Grade: A Analysis: The biggest risk-reward pick since Joel Embiid. Could be mini-KG, could never play a game. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 21, Oklahoma City Thunder select Terrance Ferguson, SG, International. Grade: B+ Analysis: One of prettiest shooting strokes in draft. Elite size/athleticism for a shooting guard. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 22, Brooklyn Nets select Jarrett Allen, C, Texas. Grade: B+ Analysis: Huge potential in athletic big man. Has the measurables, but can he develop a better offensive game? by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 23, Toronto Raptors select OG Anunoby, SF, Indiana. Grade: A Analysis: The Draymond Green of this draft. So versatile on D, needs to develop on O. Injury troubles is why he slipped. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 24, Utah Jazz select Tyler Lydon, SF, Syracuse. Grade: B- Analysis: A stretch four who can really shoot it. Will play a role in the league. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 25, Orlando Magic select Anzejs Pasecniks, C, International. Grade: B- Analysis: Pure upside here. Long-term play. If he can develop an outside shot, nice pick. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 26, Portland Trail Blazers select Caleb Swanigan, PF, Purdue. Grade: A Analysis: Inspiring story, and an inspired basketball player. Elite rebounder in college, knows role in NBA. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 27, Brooklyn Nets select Kyle Kuzma, SF, Utah. Grade: A- Analysis: Great athlete. Can do a bit of everything on court. At this point of the draft this is an excellent pick. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 28, Los Angeles Lakers select Tony Bradley, PF, North Carolina. Grade: B+ Analysis: Bradley is huge but not a great athlete. A high motor guy who is efficient around the rim. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 29, San Antonio Spurs select Derrick White, PG, Colorado. Grade: A- Analysis: Best story in draft. From D-II to D-I to first round. Tough old-school point guard, good size. by ,
  • Round 1, Pick 30, Utah Jazz select Josh Hart, SG, Villanova. Grade: A Analysis: Love this pick. Hart a winner who can do it all: Shoot, rebound, defense. He's the Malcolm Brogdon of this draft. by ,
  • Round 2, Pick 31, Charlotte Hornets select Frank Jackson, SG, Duke. Grade: B Analysis: Good athlete, he can shoot, but is coming off foot surgery. Nice point guard prospect after trading Frazier. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 32, Phoenix Suns select Davon Reed, SG, Miami (Fla.). Grade: B Analysis: Great size on the wing, has potential as a nice '3-and-D' guy by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 33, Orlando Magic select Wesley Iwundu, SF, Kansas State. Grade: B- Analysis: Prototypical NBA body, versatile offensive player. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 34, Sacramento Kings select Frank Mason III, PG, Kansas. Grade: A- Analysis: Wooden Award winner last season at Kansas. Undersized but can really shoot it from outside. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 35, Orlando Magic select Ivan Rabb, PF, California. Grade: B+ Analysis: Could have been lottery pick last year but went back to school. Great rebounder. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 36, Philadelphia 76ers select Jonah Bolden, PF, International. Grade: A- Analysis: From Australia, played at UCLA and in Serbia. Very interesting stretch-four prospect. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 37, Boston Celtics select Semi Ojeleye, SF, SMU. Grade: A- Analysis: Surprised he dropped this far. Versatile offensive player. Could be a steal for Boston. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 38, Chicago Bulls select Jordan Bell, PF, Oregon. Grade: A Analysis: Great move by the Warriors to jump into the fray and get Bell. Lots of potential on defensive end. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 39, Philadelphia 76ers select Jawun Evans, PG, Oklahoma State. Grade: B Analysis: Undersized but strong and versatile point guard. Will have a great tutor in Chris Paul. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 40, New Orleans Pelicans select Dwayne Bacon, SG, Florida State. Grade: B- Analysis: Has NBA size on the wing but will have to improve his jumper. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 41, Atlanta Hawks select Tyler Dorsey, SG, Oregon. Grade: B+ Analysis: Had an incredible NCAA Tournament. Can really shoot it from 3-point range. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 42, Utah Jazz select Thomas Bryant, PF, Indiana. Grade: B Analysis: Impressive 7-6 wingspan, will get to work on the offensive glass. Nice pickup for the Lakers. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 43, Houston Rockets select Isaiah Hartenstein, PF, International. Grade: B Analysis: Just turned 19. A true 7-footer, he's probably a draft and stash guy. Check back in a few years. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 44, New York Knicks select Damyean Dotson, SF, Houston. Grade: B Analysis: Shot the lights out last year at Houston. That's where he'll make his living if he sticks with the Knicks. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 45, Houston Rockets select Dillon Brooks, SF, Oregon. Grade: B Analysis: Pac-12 player of the year is strong and versatile offensive player. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 46, Philadelphia 76ers select Sterling Brown, SG, SMU. Grade: B Analysis: Very strong, should be able to play multiple positions. Had a strong senior season for SMU. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 47, Indiana Pacers select Ike Anigbogu, PF, UCLA. Grade: C Analysis: Has all the physical tools, but his stock dropped quite far due to concerns about his medical testing. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 48, Milwaukee Bucks select Sindarius Thornwell, SG, South Carolina. Grade: A- Analysis: Physical, versatile defender. Should be able to contribute right away. Love this kid. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 49, Denver Nuggets select Vlatko Cancar, SF, International. Grade: B- Analysis: Another Mega Leks product. Probably stays in Europe next year. Interesting frontcourt prospect. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 50, Philadelphia 76ers select Mathias Lessort, PF, International. Grade: B Analysis: Coming off a solid season in France. Impressive athlete and plays with a lot of energy by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 51, Denver Nuggets select Monte Morris, PG, Iowa State. Grade: B Analysis: Very solid and seasoned point guard. Plays under control and doesn't make many mistakes. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 52, New Orleans Pelicans select Edmond Sumner, PG, Xavier. Grade: B Analysis: Quick and athletic, with great size at the point guard position, but coming off a torn ACL. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 53, Boston Celtics select Kadeem Allen, PG, Arizona. Grade: B+ Analysis: Big and strong point guard, can defend at a high level on the perimeter. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 54, Phoenix Suns select Alec Peters, PF, Valparaiso. Grade: B Analysis: Senior season at Valpo cut short by stress fracture, can really stretch the floor at 6-9. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 55, Utah Jazz select Nigel Williams-Goss, SG, Gonzaga. Grade: B- Analysis: Good size, can run a team, takes care of the ball. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 56, Boston Celtics select Jabari Bird, SG, California. Grade: B Analysis: Played with Jaylen Brown at Cal, strong shooter from the outside. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 57, Brooklyn Nets select Aleksandar Vezenkov, PF, International. Grade: C Analysis: Draft-and-stash stretch-four prospect played with Barcelona in Spain. Check back in a few years. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 58, New York Knicks select Ognjen Jaramaz, PG, International. Grade: C Analysis: Yet another Mega Leks prospect. Good size for a point guard. Not sure if he has an NBA future. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 59, San Antonio Spurs select Jaron Blossomgame, SF, Clemson. Grade: C+ Analysis: Has the size and athleticism on the wing, needs to develop his jumper. I'll trust the Spurs. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
  • Round 2, Pick 60, Atlanta Hawks select Alpha Kaba, PF, International. Grade: C+ Analysis: Mega Leks again. Kaba isn't super skilled, but has all the physical tools at 6-10 with a 7-5 wingspan. by Jack Maloney, NBA writer
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