2015 2nd Round

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Updated 6/24/15
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Team
Player
Pos
Ht
FromPlayer ReportComp
31
T-Wolves
Terry Rozier
PG
6-2
LouisvilleA compact and strong lead guard with an NBA ready game.Robert Pack
32
Rockets (from Knicks)
Christian Wood
C
6-11
UNLVLong, skinny, athletic center who protects the rim and can shoot with good range.Jared Jeffries
33
Celtics (from 76ers)
Cedi Osman
SF
6-8TurkeyHighly skilled wing with nice range.
34
Lakers
Robert Upshaw
C
6-11
NAStrong as a bull and able to block shots. Atrocious offensive player.
35
76ers (from Magic)
Jordan Mickey
PF
6-8LSUAggressive baller with great athleticism and awesome timing as a shot blocker.Jeremi Grant
36
T-Wolves (from Kings)
Rakeem Christmas
PF
6-9
SyracuseA much improved PF who is a bit undersized for the next level but has really worked to improve his game.Carl Landry
37
76ers (from Nuggets)
Jonathan Holmes
SF
6-9
TexasPowerful combo forward with an NBA body.Keleena Azubuike
38
Pistons
Richaun Holmes
PF
6-9
Bowling GreenA rim protector with limited offensive skills
39
Hornets
Tyler Harvey
SG
6-4
Eastern WashingtonSweet shooting SG who might not have the quickness for the next level.
40
Heat
Joseph Young
PG
6-2OregonSweet shooting, high scoring lead guard.
41
Nets
Terran Petteway
SG
6-6
NebraskaAthletic and skilled wing with strong fundamentals and a well-polished game.Chris Douglas-Roberts
42
Jazz
J.P. Tokoto
SF
6-5UNCA special athlete who is still learning to be a basketball player. A high level defender.
43
Pacers
Cliff Alexander
PF
6-9
KansasOld school, rugged, back to the basket player with good strength and decent hops. A warrior.Kris Humphries
44
Suns
Aaron White
PF
6-9
IowaA sweet shooting stretch four who could find a role in the NBA.Matt Bonner
45
Celtics
Mouhammadou Jaiteh
 C
 6-10
FranceA powerful, below the rim type player. Limited upside.Nazr Mohammed
46
Bucks
Dakari Johnson
C
7-0
KentuckyBroad shouldered and strong center with a soft touch around the rim.
47
76ers (from Pelicans)
Olivier Hanlan
PG
6-3
Boston CollegeSweet shooting guard who lacks size to be a 2.Mario Chalmers
48
Thunder
Brandon Ashley
PF
6-9
Arizona
Undersized for the PF position but has quickness and surprising hops. Good rebounder and interior defender.
Lavoy Allen
49
Wizards
Norman Powell
SG
6-4
UCLAA gifted scorer who plays with consistency. Not a high upside player.Alan Anderson
50
Hawks (from Raptors)
Andrew Harrison
PG
6-5KentuckyQuick with the dribble and a great passer for a big guard. Good body with strength, quickness and hops.Rodney Stuckey
51
Magics (from Bulls)
Nikola Milutinov
C
6-11
Int.A big who knows how to score around the basket. Draft and stash candidate.
52
Mavs
Aleksandar Vezenkov
PF
6-9
CyprusA young big with a great touch from outside.
53
Cavs (from Blazers)
Vince Hunter
PF
6-8
UTEPBurly big man who can defend the paint and clean the glass.
54
Jazz (from Cavs)
Josh Richardson
SG
6-6
TennesseeA scoring wing with nice size.
55
Spurs
Arturas Gudaitis
PF
6-10
Lithuania
56
Pelicans (from Grizzlies)
Chasson Randle
PG
6-2StanfordA true lead guard who does everything well, nothing spectacular
57
Nuggets (from Clippers)
Travis Trice
PG
6-0Michigan State
58
76ers (from Rockets)
Aaron Harrison
SG
6-5KentuckySweet shooting guard with good scoring ability and quickness. O.J. Mayo
59
Hawks
David Kravish
PF
6-10
CaliforniaFundamentally sound player who could find a role in the NBA.
60
76ers (from Warriors)
Amir Williams
PF
6-10
Ohio StateLate bloomer with good size.Melvin Ely


Chris Walker
PF
6-9
FloridaTop level athlete who excels in up tempo play and in the open court. Very slow to develop.


Bryce Dejean-Jones
SG
6-5Iowa StateA natural scoring guard with a vastly improved jump shot.


Michael Qualls
SF
6-6ArkansasHigh flying athlete who is becoming a better basketball player. ACL Tear.


Quinn Cook
PG
6-1
DukeA steady but unspectacular point guard prospect.



Kevin Pangos
PG
6-3GonzagaA steady point guard who can really shoot the three.Jannero Pargo


Leo Westermann
SG
6-5
FranceSmooth guard who can handle the ball and sees the floor well.



Juwan Staten
PG
6-1
West VirginiaA compact lead guard with a well rounded game.Earl Watson


Wang Zhelin
C
6-11
ChinaVery long and reasonably skilled player who lacks strength.



Keifer Sykes
PG
5-11Wisconsin Green BayDiminutive but explosive point guard who plays a high energy, above the rim game.Nate Robinson


Sir’Dominic Pointer
SG
6-6
St. JohnsVastly improved player who lacks a 3 point shot but impacts the game in all other ways.