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

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Kevin Porter Jr.. player. Guard. University of Southern California. 21. 149. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis

Oklahoma City gets a phenomenal value pick in Kevin Porter. His star-potential is enticing, as many have called for him to still be picked in the lottery despite his horrific start to his freshman season at USC. In addition to his high ceiling, Porter can help Oklahoma City space the floor which it so desperately needs.

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Guard. player. 18. University of Kentucky. Tyler Herro. 22

With their third selection in the first round, the Celtics take a surprising player- Tyler Herro. Herro can space the floor and has a decently high ceiling, which are both things any NBA general manager looks for in a player. If Boston looks to make a package for Anthony Davis, Jaylen Brown will most certainly be in that deal and Herro can serve as a potential replacement for him.

118. Scouting Report. player. K.Z. Okpala. 23. Pick Analysis. Forward. Stanford University

One of my favorite players in this draft, K.Z. Okpala possesses the tools to become an elite player in the NBA. His massive size makes him a phenomenal prospect at the small forward position, which also happens to be a position of need for Utah. In addition to his high ceiling, his shooting ability can help Utah compete now while also preparing for the future.

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