1.Orlando – Nerlens Noel, C Kentucky: No surprise here, he’s going first regardless of who gets the pick. Elite shot blocking and defense make him the No. 1 overall despite the injury.
2.Charlotte– Ben McLemore G, Kansas: The Bobcats need to score and McLemore can be that guy alongside Kemba and MKG.
3.Cleveland-Shabazz Muhammad G, UCLA: A partner for Kyrie Irving, he didn’t mature quite as well as I thought, but this class is weak and that is good enough for him to go third.
4.Phoenix-Victor Oladipo, SG Indiana – The Suns played little to no defense this year and Oladipo brings intensity to a young lineup.
5.New Orleans-Trey Burke PG Michigan – The NPOY will be alongside Anthony Davis as they try and bring the Pelicans back to the playoffs.
6.Sacramento– Mason Plumlee PF, Duke
7.Washington-Alex Len C, Maryland
8.Detroit-Otto Porter, SF, Georgetown
9.Minnesota-Kelly Olynyk, PF, Gonzaga
10.Portland-Shane Larkin PG, Miami
11.Toronto-Anthony Bennett PF, UNLV
12.Philadelphia-CJ McCollum, PG Lehigh
13.Dallas-Gorgui Dieng, C Louisville
14.Utah-Michael Carter-Williams, SG Syracuse
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