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Full 2017 NBA Mock Draft

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The bIggest night of the NBA off-season is less than a week away, and rumors are heating up.  Will Lonzo Ball end up with the Lakers?  Will Markelle Fultz be taken first overall?  Who will fall out of the top 10?  Here is my full two round mock draft for the 2017 NBA Draft.

First Round

1. Boston (From Brooklyn) – Markelle Fultz (PG/SG, Washington)
2. Los Angeles Lakers – Josh Jackson (SF, Kansas)
3. Philadelphia (from Sacramento) – Lonzo Ball (PG, UCLA)
4. Phoenix – Jayson Tatum (SF, Duke)
5. Sacramento (from Philadelphia) – De’Aaron Fox (PG, Kentucky)
6. Orlando – Malik Monk (SG, Kentucky)
7. Minnesota – Jonathan Isaac (SF/PF, Florida State)
8. New York – Dennis Smith Jr. (PG, North Carolina State)
9. Dallas – Frank Ntilikina (PG/SG, France)
10. Sacramento (From New Orleans) – Lauri Markkanen (PF/C, Arizona)
11. Charlotte – Zach Collins (C, Gonzaga)
12. Detroit – Luke Kennard (SG, Duke)
13. Denver – OG Anunoby (SF/PF, Indiana)
14. Miami – Harry Giles (PF/C, Duke)
15. Portland – Justin Jackson (SF/SG, North Carolina)
16. Chicago – Jarrett Allen (C, Texas)
17. Milwaukee – Ike Anigbogu (C, UCLA)
18. Indiana – John Collins (PF, Wake Forest)
19. Atlanta – Donovan Mitchell (SG, Louisville)
20. Portland (From Memphis via Denver and Cleveland) – TJ Leaf (PF, UCLA)
21. Oklahoma City – Terrance Ferguson (SG/SF, USA)
22. Brooklyn (From Washington) – Justin Patton (C, Creighton)
23. Toronto (From LA Clippers via Milwaukee) – Tyler Lydon (SF/PF, Syracuse)
24. Utah – Anzejs Pasecniks (C, Latvia)
25. Orlando (From Toronto) – Isaiah Hartenstein (PF/C, Germany)
26. Portland (From Cleveland) – Ivan Rabb (PF, California)
27. Brooklyn (From Boston) – Semi Ojeleye (SF/PF, SMU)
28. Los Angeles Lakers (From Houston) – DJ Wilson (PF/SF, Michigan)
29. San Antonio – Jawun Evans (PG, Oklahoma State)
30. Utah (From Golden State) – Derrick White (SG/PG, Colorado)

 

Second Round
31. Atlanta (From Brooklyn) – Jordan Bell (PF, Oregon)
32. Phoenix – Bam Adebayo (PF/C, Kentucky)
33. Orlando (From Los Angeles Lakers) – Frank Jackson (PG/SG, Duke)
34. Sacramento (From Philadelphia via New Orleans) – Caleb Swanigan (PF, Purdue)
35. Orlando – Johnathan Motley (PF, Baylor)
36. Philadelphia (From New York via Utah and Toronto) – Josh Hart (SG, Villanova)
37. Boston (From Minnesota via Phoenix) – Tony Bradley (C, North Carolina)
38. Chicago (From Sacramento via Cleveland) – Dwayne Bacon (SG/SF, Florida State)
39. Philadelphia (From Dallas) -Kyle Kuzma (PF, Utah)
40. New Orleans – Dillon Brooks (SF/SG, Oregon)
41. Charlotte – Mathias Lessort (PF/C, France)
42. Utah (From Detroit) -Alec Peters (PF, Valparaiso)
43. Houston (From Denver) – Thomas Bryant (C/PF, Indiana)
44. New York (From Chicago) – Jonah Bolden (PF/SF, Australia)
45. Houston (From Portland) – Jaron Blossomgame (SF, Clemson)
46. Philadelphia (From Miami via Atlanta) – Edmond Sumner (PG, Xavier)
47. Indiana – Tyler Dorsey (SG, Oregon)
48. Milwaukee – PJ Dozier (SG/PG, South Carolina
49. Denver (From Memphis via Oklahoma City) – Frank Mason (PG, Kansas)
50. Philadelphia (From Atlanta) – Devin Robinson (SF/PF, Florida)
51. Denver (From Oklahoma City) – Sindarius Thornwell (SG/PG, South Carolina)
52. Washington – Melo Trimble (PG, Maryland)
53. Boston (From Cleveland) – Alberto Abalde (SF, Spain)
54. Phoenix (From Toronto) – Cam Oliver (PF, Nevada)
55. Utah – Sterling Brown (SG, SMU)
56. Boston (From LA Clippers) – Alpha Kaba (PF/C, France)
57. Brooklyn (From Boston) – Monte Morris (PG, Iowa State)
58. New York (From Houston) – Luke Kornet (C, Vanderbilt)
59. San Antonio – Wesley Iwundu (SF, Kansas State)
60. Atlanta (From Golden State via Philadelphia and Utah) – Nigel Williams-Goss (PG, Gonzaga)

 

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