2019 NBA Mock Draft: Two-round post-lottery mock

2019 NBA Mock Draft (Photo by David Sherman/NBAE via Getty Images)
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Forward. 18. player. University of Arkansas. Daniel Gafford. 100. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

The Pacers had tough luck in 2019 with the loss of Victor Oladipo, yet still managed to make the playoffs as one of the better teams in the east. Daniel Gafford fits the Indiana mold of quiet role players who do their jobs very well, as Gafford plays good defense and rebounds the basketball consistently. Gafford does not possess star power, but he can be a formidable role player for Indiana for years to come.

player. Forward. France. Sekou Doumbouya. 19. 29. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

The most San Antonio Spurs pick possible, the Spurs take the risky, yet high ceiling, prospect in Sekou Doumbouya. His size, physical attributes, and two-way promise have made him considered by many to be a top-ten prospect in this draft.

The Spurs still have time to wait and develop him behind LaMarcus Aldridge with their first of two first-round picks. Doumbouya screams bust but also could be a steal.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. University of Tennessee. Grant Williams. Forward. 20. player. 18

A first team All-American at Tennessee, the four-year player Grant Williams is a solid option to plug into the contending Boston Celtics’ rotation. The need for a power forward is perhaps Boston’s biggest, and Williams is able to come in and produce immediately. Along with his talent, his four years at a solid program in Tennessee should help get the young guns in Boston back on track.

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