2019 NBA Mock Draft: Two-round post-Anthony Davis trade

2019 NBA Mock Draft (Photo by Peyton Williams/UNC/Getty Images)
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Scouting Report. Arizona State. Lugentz Dort. 28. player. Pick Analysis. Guard. 41

Stock trend from previous mock: -3

With Klay Thompson out for the rest of next year, now is as good of a time as ever to find a stopgap for the shooting guard position. Lugentz Dort is a polar opposite player to the typical Golden State Warrior, but perhaps he could find success getting to the rack in a highly-spaced and paced offense.

Guard. player. 29. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Virginia. Ty Jerome. 29

Stock trend from previous mock: -2

Ty Jerome seems like the type of player that the spurs are always looking for- well rounded players who know how to play a role in a set system. Enter Ty Jerome, a three-year collegiate player who excelled playing a role in a successful UVA system. Jerome should be a nice fit on the Spurs’ bench, though he may struggle to find minutes early in his career.

Pick Analysis. Guard/Forward. 30. player. 89. Scouting Report. Belmont. Dylan Windler

Stock trend from previous mock: n/a

Dylan Windler is a prospect who I had overlooked this year due to the fact that he was a four year guy at a small program in Belmont. However, his impressive shooting touch, volume scoring, and rebounding ability are enough to land him in the first round. As a 6ft 8 sharpshooter, he has the size to be a true Milwaukee Buck and the stroke to help the team in the area it so desperately needs help in.

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