2017 NBA Draft Grades: Final report cards and breakdown for each and every pick
See who nailed it and who whiffed as we grade every pick of the 2017 NBA Draft
The 2017 NBA Draft is in the books, and 60 players will get their shot at being NBA stars. All draft picks aren't created equal, however, so we've graded every single selection
Some teams hit home runs and some teams, well, they completely missed the mark. Here is the complete list of grades for every draft pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.
Reid Forgrave analyzes each pick from Round 1 and Jack Maloney looks at each pick from Round 2.
The Process is complete. 76ers (potentially) now have most fearsome young trio in league.
Real Magic Johnson gets to mentor next Magic. Good for him to be in hometown? Won't matter. Stud.
Perfect fit. Celtics need a scorer to take pressure off IT4 and Tatum is the most advanced scorer in draft.
High-energy, athletic two-way player added to talented young roster. Not a great jump-shooter - yet.
Best 2-way point guard in stacked point-guard draft. Improve jumper and may be top player in draft.
Highest ceiling in draft. Great teammate, humble, hard-working, versatile, physical freak.
TRADED TO BULLS: Best 3-point shooting 7-footer in NCAA history. Versatile on both ends. Dirk Lite?
Knicks select: Frank Ntilikina, PG, International
Incredible perimeter defender. Great floor general. Can he develop into a scorer?
WILL BE TRADED TO TRAIL BLAZERS: Final pick of top tier of draft. Can do everything as a big man. Always solid, sometimes great.
Most explosive scorer in draft and one of best athletes. Microwave scorer who needs to D up.
Pistons select: Luke Kennard, SG, Duke
Heat select: Edrice 'Bam' Adebayo, C, Kentucky
Bucks select: D.J. Wilson, PF, Michigan
Thunder select: Terrance Ferguson, SG, INTL
Magic select: Anzejs Pasecniks, C, International
Lakers select: Tony Bradley, PF, UNC
Suns select: Davon Reed, SG, Miami
Kings select: Frank Mason III, PG, Kansas
Sixers select: Jonah Bolden, PF, International
Pelicans select: Dwayne Bacon, SG, Florida State
Hawks select: Tyler Dorsey, SG, Oregon
Jazz select: Thomas Bryant, PF, Indiana
Rockets select: Isaiah Hartenstein, PF, International
Knicks select: Damyean Dotson, SF, Houston
Rockets select: Dillon Brooks, SF, Oregon
Bucks select: Sterling Brown, SG, SMU
Pacers select: Ike Anigbogu, PF, UCLA
Nuggets select: Vlatko Cancar, SF, Interantional
Sixers select: Mathias Lessort, PF, International
Celtics select: Kadeem Allen, PG, Arizona
Jazz select: Nigel Williams-Goss, SG, Gonzaga
Nets select: Aleksandar Vezenkov, PF, International
Knicks select: Ognjen Jaramaz, PG, International
Hawks select: Alpha Kaba, PF, International
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