The NBA Draft is now less than a week away. Here is our second to last mock.

1. Philadelphia 76ers: Ben Simmons, SF, LSU: A few weeks worth of boredom always takes place in between NBA Draft Lottery day and the actual draft. It happened this year as many pundits and Sixers fans questioned whether Simmons was No. 1 pick material. He always has been and still should be. He’s the best player in this draft.

2. Los Angeles Lakers: Brandon Ingram, SF, Duke: The same boredom happened with the Lakers and Ingram at No. 2. Ingram remains the clear-cut second best player in this draft. If the Lakers are patient and don’t trade this pick, there’s a very good chance Ingram will be the cornerstone player in LA for the next 15 years.

3. Boston Celtics: Jaylen Brown, SF, California: One way or another, expect the Celtics to make people raise their eyebrows here, either with a trade or by taking someone not named Dragan Bender, Kris Dunn or Buddy Hield. Brown could be the second-coming of Paul Pierce in Boston given his pure scoring ability.

4. Phoenix Suns: Dragan Bender, PF, Croatia: Everyone’s screaming that Bender is the next Kristaps Porzingis simply because Porzingis is the last international lottery pick that we saw. It’s 2016, but still – no one has a clue on whether or not European players will work out. Total crapshoot.

5. Minnesota Timberwolves: Jamal Murray, SG, Kentucky: Great shooters are in vogue right now thanks to the Splash Bros. in Golden State, but getting two guys who can shoot like that on the same team is Sasquatch-like rare. Minnesota could use a shooter so it might be a good fit.

6. New Orleans Pelicans: Kris Dunn, PG, Providence: The Pelicans are still searching for that second star to place next to Anthony Davis. Dunn has been vocal about where he doesn’t want to play (Boston and Phoenix) but he seems to have a liking for the Big Easy.

7. Denver Nuggets: Buddy Hield, SG, Oklahoma: The sharp-shooting Hield would fit in nicely with Danilo Gallinari, Emmanuel Mudiay and Kenneth Faried. Hield is the type of player who should be able to contribute right away and the Nuggets could potentially land in the postseason next year.

8. Sacramento Kings: Marquese Chriss, PF, Washington: Chriss has sky-rocketed up draft boards in the past few months and it’s easy to understand why. At 6-foot-10, he might be the most athletic player in this year’s draft as he runs the floor like a guard.

9. Toronto Raptors: Skal Labissiere, PF, Kentucky: John Calipari is hyping him up, but that’s what John Calipari does with former Kentucky guys. Labissiere was highly unimpressive in his one season with the Wildcats, but he’s certainly not done growing as a player.

10. Milwaukee Bucks: Henry Ellenson, PF, Marquette: Ellenson is compared to Brian Scalabrine and Brian Cardinal (two white guys) on NBADraft.net. This is because Ellenson is also white and looks like a Scalabrine/Cardinal love child.

11. Orlando Magic: Jakob Poeltl, PF, Utah: Poeltl is another player who runs the floor extremely well for a man his size (7-foot-1) but that basically describes all big men in the NBA these days. There’s a reason guys like Kendrick Perkins can’t get big contracts.

12. Utah Jazz: Deyonta Davis, PF, Michigan State: Davis looked limited at Michigan State as he rarely left the paint but he’s shown he can step back and hit outside jumpers during workouts. The Jazz are guard-heavy so expect them to go with size.

13. Phoenix Suns: Domantas Sabonis, PF, Gonzaga: Everyone hopes this works out as Domantas’ dad, Arvydas, was a pleasure to watch. The guy passed out of the post like no other. The big concern with Domantas is his lack of athleticism.

14. Chicago Bulls: Brice Johnson, PF, North Carolina: The Bulls could wind up going with a guard if they are to trade away Jimmy Butler and/or Derrick Rose, but when in doubt go with the best player available. That’s Johnson.

15. Denver Nuggets: Timothe Luwawu, SG, France: Luwawu did a Q&A with DenverNuggets.com and said he doesn’t like to compare himself to other players but did say that he likes watching Paul George play. He also likes when fans are crazy, “like in Serbia.”

16. Boston Celtics: Furkan Korkmaz, SG, Turkey: The Celtics need shooters like you read about and Korkmaz would help ail that situation. The C’s have plenty of guards who can guard and that’s Korkmaz’s weakness.

17. Memphis Grizzlies: Denzel Valentine, SG, Michigan State: The difference between Valentine and Buddy Hield is that Valentine’s Spartans were knocked out in the first round of the NCAA tournament and Hield’s Sooners went to the Final Four.

18. Detroit Pistons: Tyler Ulis, PG, Kentucky: Many mocks have Ulis sliding big time after a report that he had some issues with his hips. He’s also only 5-foot-9. But talent wins out. Expect him to still go in the first round.

19. Denver Nuggets: Taurean Prince, SF, Baylor: The Hawks are said to be highly interested in Prince but we have Denver snagging him here at No. 19. Prince has a tough time creating for himself, which is worrisome for any player at this level.

20. Indiana Pacers: Malachi Richardson, SG, Syracuse: The Pacers always seem like a No. 7 or 8 seed. Not sure Richardson will help solve that problem too much but Indiana does need a 2-guard.

21. Atlanta Hawks: Thon Maker, C, Australia: The headline writer’s dream, it’s time for the Hawks to meet their Maker (get it?). His body is a concern as any big man worth his salt would be able to bump the fragile Maker off the block.

22. Charlotte Hornets: Wade Baldwin, SG, Vanderbilt: Baldwin is your classic “solid” guard. He’s never going to make an All-Star team, but he might stick around in the league for 10 years.

23. Boston Celtics: Diamond Stone, C, Maryland: Another great name, but he’s one of those lumbering-type centers that just don’t get jobs in the NBA anymore

24. Philadelphia 76ers: Demetrius Jackson, PG, Notre Dame: The Notre Dame product is great in the open floor. The young 76ers might actually be able to get up and down next season. Could be a fit.

25. Los Angeles Clippers: Juan Hernangomez, PF, Spain: NBADraft.net says in the first line of Hernangomez’s “weaknesses” category: “He still has to work on his offensive skills.”

26. Philadelphia 76ers: Dejounte Murray, SG, Washington: Is it me or do the 76ers, Celtics and Nuggets own every pick in this draft? If you were born in 1994, 95 or 96 you can get a tryout with Philly, Boston or Denver.

27. Toronto Raptors: Cheick Diallo, C, Kansas: Diallo is from Kayes, Mali, which is a long way from Toronto. He’s a huge gamble as he averaged just 3.0 points per game in his long season at Kansas.

28. Phoenix Suns: Ante Zizic, C, Croatia: Zizic can rebound the hell out of the ball despite being “only” 6-foot-11. That’s tall, but Zizic is by most accounts a traditional center.

29. San Antonio Spurs: Ivica Zubac, C, Croatia: What ever happened to Vivica A. Fox? She was like Cameron Diaz-popular at one point. It is unlikely that Ivica A. Zubac will ever reach that level of popularity in the states.

30. Golden State Warriors: DeAndre Bembry, SF, St. Joe’s: It looks like Harrison Barnes is on the way out in Golden State. Bembry looks like a perfect replacement.

Second round

31. Boston Celtics: Ben Bentil, PF, Providence

32. Los Angeles Lakers: Malik Beasley, SG, Florida State

33. Los Angeles Clippers: Damian Jones, C, Vanderbilt

34. Phoenix Suns: Patrick McCaw, SG, UNLV

35. Boston Celtics: Stephen Zimmerman, PF/C, UNLV

36. Milwaukee Bucks: Guerschon Yabusele, PF, France

37. Houston Rockets: Pascal Siakam, PF, New Mexico

38. Milwaukee Bucks: Caris LeVert, SG, Michigan

39. New Orleans Pelicans: Anthony Barber, PG, NC State

40. New Orleans Pelicans: Malcolm Brogdon, SG, Virginia

41. Orlando Magic: Kahlil Fielder, PG, Oakland

42. Utah Jazz: Joel Bolomboy, PF, Weber State

43. Houston Rockets: Isaiah Coustins, PG, Oklahoma

44. Atlanta Hawks: Julian Jacobs, SG, USC

45. Boston Celtics: Michael Gbinije, SG, Syracuse

46. Dallas Mavericks: Zhou Qi, C, China

47. Orlando Magic: Gary Payton II, PG, Oregon State

48. Chicago Bulls: Perry Ellis, PF, Kansas

49. Detroit Pistons: Isaiah Whitehead, SG, Seton Hall

50. Indiana Pacers: Petr Cornelie, PF, France

51. Boston Celtics: AJ Hammons, C, Purdue

52. Utah Jazz: Daniel Hamilton, SF, UConn

53. Denver Nuggets: Wayne Selden, SG, Kansas

54. Atlanta Hawks: Dorian Finney-Smith, SF, Florida

55. Brooklyn Nets: Rosco Allen, SF, Standford

56. Denver Nuggets: Damion Lee, SG, Louisville

57. Memphis Grizzlies: James Webb, SF, Boise State

58. Boston Celtics: Tyrone Wallace, PG/SG, California

59. Sacramento Kings: Ron Baker, SG, Wichita State

60. Utah Jazz: Troy Williams, SF, Indiana