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2017 NBA Mock Draft by 95023900 - 6.5
Published at 6/10/2017 6:37:57 PM

This mock is based on how I believe it would be redrafted 15 years from now, no Markelle Fultz in top 5

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Round 1

Round 1: 1-15
1. Celtics: Josh Jackson, Small Forward, Kansas

Jackson has all that is desired from a modern wing. A solid shooter and defender he should make a good career for himself as a swingman. Jackson is expected to go high and he has succeeded in each level of basketball
Projection: 6 time All-Star, 2 time All NBA 1st team, 3 time 2nd, 2 time 3rd


2. Lakers: Lonzo Ball, Point Guard, UCLA

Ball has passing skill that rivals Jason Kidd and at best could be Magic-esque. He may not become a great scorer however he could return the Lakers to NBA dominance as their court general
Projection: 1 time NBA MVP, 2 Finals MVP, 8 time All Star, 3 All NBA 1st team, 3 2nd, 2 3rd, Rookie of the Year


3. 76ers: Jayson Tatum, Small Forward, Duke

Tatum is an all around solid player and should play many years in the NBA. As a big small forward with a great NBA body he should step into a role immediately and enable his team to get more production from the wing
Projection: 5 time All-Star, 1 time 1st team All NBA, 2 2nd, 2 3rd


4. Suns: Harry Giles, Power Forward, Duke

Giles will probably be a star or a bust but I'm going to go with star. He proved himself in high school to be a great scorer and rebounder that he should be able to get back to being through the course of a season. He could miss a few seasons with injuries but should dominate on the court
Projection: 3 time All-Star, 2 time 1st team All NBA, 1 3rd


5. Kings: De'Aaron Fox, Point Guard, Kentucky

Fox is not a terrific shooter but has all the rest of it and I expect him to make the most out of his NBA career. As a hard worker and good person I think he will carve out a good many seasons
Projection: 3 time All-Star, 2 time 2nd team All NBA, 2 3rd


6. Magic: Markelle Fultz, Point Guard, Washington

Fultz can put up numbers on a team like the Magic or be a solid role player on a team like the celtics. I am sure he will have a solid career though because he is capable of having an effect on the game each night
Projection: 2 time All-Star, 1 time 1st team All NBA, 1 time 2nd, 1 team 3rd


7. Timberwolves: O.G Anuoby, Guard, Indiana

Anunoby is a great athlete that will likely be a star at the next level with impressive length and agility that should allow him to be a great rebounder defender as well as consistent open shooting to put up points given to him
Projection: 2 time All-Star, 1 time first team All-NBA, 1 3rd, 2 time Defensive Player of the Year


8. Knicks: Juwan Evans, Point Guard, Oklahoma State

Evans is a PG who is crafty and can excel at the next level with his dynamic playmaking ability. As an all-american and gold medalist he has the track record to prove that he will succeed in the NBA
Projection: 2 time All-Star, 2 time 2nd team All-NBA


9. Mavericks: Frank Ntilikina, Point Guard, France

I predict Ntilikina will be a good player wherever he lands as everything an NBA team would expect from a PG. He is a good shooter and passer, and he should be able to defend alright
Projection: 2 time All-Star, 1 time 2nd team All-NBA, 1 time 3rd team


10. Kings: Lauri Markkanen, Power Forward, Arizona

Markkanen has great touch in the post and a solid shot that he can put in from inside and outside the three point line. I expect him to be an effective contributor in the NBA for a long time
Projection: 2 time All-Star, 2 time 2nd team All-NBA


11. Hornets: Donovan Mitchell, Guard, Louisville

Mitchell has a high motor and an improving shot that should allow him to become a solid shooting guard despite unimpressive size. As at least a good defender he should have use to NBA teams for a while
Projection: 1 time All-Star, 1 time 2nd team All-NBA, 1 3rd, 1 time Defensive Player of the Year


12. Pistons: Malik Monk, Guard, Kentucky

Monk is sort of a boom or bust to me on a per game but not a career basis, so he is worth keeping around. It may be a stretch to expect more than an All-Star caliber player but he certainly has the ability to score when hot
Projection: 1 time All-Star, 1 time All-NBA 1st team


13. Nuggets: Justin Jackson, Small Forward, North Carolina

Jackson developed into a leader on the country's best college team this past season and proved that he could score when he shoots or puts the ball on the floor. I regard him as potentially the safest pick in the draft
Projection: 1 time All Star, 2 time 3rd team All-NBA


14. Heat: Jonathan Isaac, Small Forward, Florida State

Isaac may not dominate on the offensive end in the pros however he demonstrated a knack for blocks and steals and overall productivity that makes him a well rounded basketball player.
Projection: 1 time All Star, 1 time 2nd team All-NBA, 1 time Defensive Player of the Year


15. Blazers: Jordan Bell, Power Forward, Oregon

Bell stuffs the stat sheet like college's version of Draymond Green leading his team to the final four. If unable to dominate games he will certainly effect them as an energizer with jaw dropping jams and beautiful blocks
Projection: 1 time All Star, 1 time 3rd team All-NBA, 1 time Defensive Player of the Year


Round 1: 1-15





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