2016 2nd Round

#TeamPlayerUpdated 6/23/16 2:21pmComp
31Celtics*C – 6-10 – Maryland – A broad shouldered center who plays with a mean streak. Old school player who might struggle to keep up with the modern NBA game.
almost Al Jefferson
32LakersPF – 6-11 – Vanderbilt – A strong post player who defends the lane and rebounds well.
John Henson
33ClippersPF – 6-9 – North Carolina – Long, skinny forward who excels at getting out in the open court and playing above the rim.
better Al Thornton
34SunsC – 7-2 – China – Super tall and skinny with good range on his jumper, Qi is a project but has looked good in draft workouts.
bigger Charlie Villanueva
Joel Bolomboy
PF – 6-9 – Weber State – Steady vet who has expanded his offensive game and has nice physical tools.
Thad Young
36Bucks*PF – 6-8 – France – A below-the-rim bruiser who has long arms and plays with tenacity.
Jason Maxiel/C. Witherspoon
Malcolm Brogden
SG – 6-5 – Virginia – Fundamentally sound and consistent SG with nice shooting touch.
38BucksPG – 6-3 – Oregon State – Athletic lead guard who can get to the rim but struggles shooting the ball. A rugged defender.
Shannon Brown
Robert Carter Jr.
PF – 6-9 – Maryland – Powerful athlete with good length, nice handles and an improving three point shot. A sleeper in this draft.poor man’s Paul Milsap
40Pelicans*PG – 5-9 – Oakland – Undersized play-maker who is strong and lightening quick.
Isaiah Thomas lite
41MagicThon MakerPF – 7-1 – Australia – A unique talent, who has some upside but still figuring out how to play the game. There are questions about his age.
Sam Dalembert with a jumper
42JazzSG – 6-7 – Michigan – Long, rangy combo guard who plays a well rounded game. Recovering from injury
Ron Harper/Marty Collins
43Rockets*Anthony BarberPG – 6-2 – NC State -Quick play-making guard who is coming on strong.
Daniel Gibson
44Hawks*C – 7-0 – UNLV – A long, mobile and talented big man with a great feel for the game.
Vin Baker, Jason Smith
45Celtics*PG – 5-9 – Kentucky – A lightening quick floor general with great passing ability and natural lead guard instincts.
smaller Brevin Knight
46Mavs*Chinanu OkuakuPF – 6-10 – Louisville – Broad shouldered rim protector with good strength and coordination.
Brian Grant
47Magic*SF – 6-7 – Iowa State – One of the smartest players to come along in years. Not an athlete but a good player.
Ryan Gomes
Petr Cornelie
PF – 6-11 – France – Thin and athletic PF who can shoot it with range.
Joel Freeland
49PistonsC – 7-1 – Greece – A well built center from Greece with good upside and an NBA body.
Luc Longley
Michael Gbinjie
SF – 6-7 – Syracuse – A steady all around player. Fundamentally sound with good athleticism.
Isaiah Whitehead
SG – 6-4 – Seton Hall – A bulky guard with a scorers mentality.
Willie Green
Isaia Cordinier
SG – 6-5 – France – A raw and athletic prospect who could be a draft and stash.
53Nuggets*C – 7-0 – Purdue – Rock solid center who can hold his own in the lane. Big and strong with a developing skill level.
David Harrison
54HawksDorian Finney-SmithSF – 6-8 – Florida – An impressive athlete who has nice upside as a defender.
55Nets*PG – 6-4 – Oklahoma – Talented combo guard with a quick first step and deep range.
Smush Parker
Zach Auguste
PF – 6-10 – Notre Dame – Bouncy PF who brings good energy and hustle..
Jameel Warney
PF – 6-8 – Stoney Point – A big bruiser who might carve out a back up role in the L.
Robert Traylor
58Celtics*SF – 6-8 – Kansas – Versatile forward who does a little bit of everything on the basketball court.
Shane Battier
Wayne Seldon
SG – 6-5 – Kansas – Powerful 2 guard who has a NBA body but has not progressed as quickly as we thought.
Daequan Cook
60Jazz*SG – 6-6 – BYU – An assist and rebound machine who plays with passion…but can’t shoot.
Troy Williams
SG – 6-7 – Indiana – A wiry athlete who plays above the rim and has a nice touch from outside.
James Posey
62 SG – 6-7 – UConn – A shooting guard with great length and a natural scoring ability.
63 SG – 6-6 – LSU – Combo guard with great size/skill combination.
Shaun Livingston
64 PG – 6-0 – North Carolina – Pass first point guard who sets up teammates well but has limited upside.
Tyronn Lue
Sheldon McClellan
SG – 6-5 – Miami – A pure scorer who never saw a shot he didn’t like.
Paul Zipser
SF – 6-8 – Germany – Athletic wing with broad shoulders and good strength.
Linas Kleiza
67 Vasilis Charalam-bopoulosSF – 6-9 – Greece – Combo forward with a nice offensive game and enough toughness to bang inside.
Tyrone Wallace
SG – 6-5 – California – Long-armed and athletic combo guard with an improving skill level.
Derrick Jones
SF – 6-7 – NA – Impressive athlete with awesome upside but a long way to go to become a complete basketball player.
Damien Lee
SG – 6-6 – Louisville – Big 2-guard with nice scoring ability.
Kyle Wiltjer
PF – 6-10 – Gonzaga – Stretch four who is deadly from 3, but lacks foot speed.
Prince Ibeh
C – 6-10 – Texas – A bruising defender and rebounder with an NBA body.
Jarrod Uthoff
PF – 6-9 – Iowa- Stretch four with a fundamentally sound game.
Jon Leuer/Rick Rickert