2019 NBA Mock Draft: Two-round post-Allen Crabbe trade

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33. player. Scouting Report. Guard/Forward. Admiral Schofield. Pick Analysis. Tennessee. 93

Going back to the theme of improving depth, the 76ers get a first-round value player in Admiral Schofield. The ability to play three positions makes Schofield a valuable asset in today’s nearly positionless NBA. With back-to-back picks in the second round, the first selection is of great value.

34. player. 93. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Talen Horton-Tucker. Guard/Forward. Iowa State

Another potentially first-round value, the 76ers come away with another high-value selection. Talen Horton-Tucker, a Chicago-born prospect, is criminally undersized at the forward position, but is more likely to become a guard at the professional level. The only issue with taking Schofield and Horton-Tucker is that neither are phenomenal floor-spacers, which is a major need for the Sixers.

125. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. St. John's. player. Guard. Shamorie Ponds. 35

With no sufficient backup to Trae Young, the Hawks take Shamorie Ponds to be the first point off the bench. A very successful college and high school player, the only reason Ponds is not a first round-worthy selection is because he attended a mid-major school. It will be interesting to see how his NBA career pans out.

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