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2017 NBA Mock Draft: Celtics go SF, Knicks go PG, Lakers pick Lonzo Ball

UCLA's Lonzo Ball is expected to go in the top three of the 2017 NBA Draft.

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The overall look of the 2017 NBA Draft is slowly coming into focus and we should know a whole lot more by the end of the week. The Celtics' Nets pick at No. 1 will be the main point of contention all week, but we have already seen a team go all in on this particular draft - considered crazy deep by most.

The Kings traded DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans, and while Sacramento is getting crushed for not getting enough in return - it could have two lottery picks in this draft. It may take awhile for Cousins to get adjusted with the Pelicans and a playoff trip is no sure thing. New Orleans is currently 2.5 games behind the Nuggets for the eight spot in the West and the right to get swept by the Warriors in Round 1. The Kings could very well find two future All-Stars in this draft, especially if things don't click with the Pelicans immediately. Our latest 2017 NBA Mock Draft, with two full rounds:

1.Boston Celtics: Josh Jackson, SF, Kansas

2.Phoenix Suns: Markelle Fultz, PG, Washington

3.Los Angeles Lakers: Lonzo Ball, PG, UCLA

4.Orlando Magic: Jayson Tatum, SF, Duke

5.Philadelphia 76ers: De’Aaron Fox, PG, Kentucky

6.Minnesota Timberwolves: Harry Giles, PF, Duke

7.Dallas Mavericks: Jonathan Isaac, SF, Florida State

8.New York Knicks: Dennis Smith, PG, NC State

9.Sacramento Kings: Frank Ntilikina, PG, France

10.Portland Trail Blazers: Malik Monk, SG, Kentucky

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11.Sacramento Kings: Ivan Rabb, PF, California

12.Charlotte Hornets: Bam Adebayo, PF, Kentucky

13.Miami Heat: Isaiah Hartenstein, PF, Germany

14.Milwaukee Bucks: Robert Williams, PF, Texas A&M

15.Denver Nuggets: Jarrett Allen, C, Texas

16.Detroit Pistons: Justin Patton, C, Creighton

17.Chicago Bulls: Lauri Markkanen, PF, Arizona

18.Indiana Pacers: Luke Kennard, SG, Duke

19.Oklahoma City: John Collins, PF, Wake Forest

20.Atlanta Hawks: TJ Leaf, PF, UCLA

21.Toronto Raptors: Tyler Lydon, PF, Syracuse

22.Portland Trail Blazers: Johnathan Motley, PF, Baylor

23.Washington Wizards: Dwayne Bacon, SG, Florida State

24.Utah Jazz: PJ Dozier, PG, South Carolina

25.Orlando Magic: Tony Bradley, C, North Carolina

26.Brooklyn Nets: Justin Jackson, SF, North Carolina

27.Houston Rockets: Miles Bridges, SF, Michigan State

28.Portland Trail Blazers: Terrance Ferguson, SG, USA

29.San Antonio Spurs: Rodions Kurucs, SF, Latvia

Second Round

30.Utah Jazz: Jawun Evans, PG, Oklahoma State

31.Atlanta Hawks: Jaron Blossomgame, SF, Clemson

32.Phoenix Suns: Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, SG, Kansas

33.Los Angeles Lakers: Cam Oliver, PF, Nevada

34.Orlando Magic: Allonzo Trier, SG, Arizona

35.Philadelphia 76ers: Josh Hart, SG, Villanova

36.Boston Celtics: Nigel Williams-Goss, PG, Gonzaga

37.Dallas Mavericks: Monte Morris, PG, Iowa State

38.Utah Jazz: Isaiah Hicks, PF, North Carolina

39.Minnesota Timberwolves: Caleb Swanigan, PF, Purdue

40.Houston Rockets: Chris Boucher, PF, Oregon

41.Sacramento Kings: Melo Trimble, PG, Maryland

42.Charlotte Hornets: Alpha Kaba, PF, France

43.Miami Heat: Peter Jok, SG, Iowa

44.Milwaukee Bucks: Charles Cooke, SG, Dayton

45.Houston Rockets: Donovan Mitchell, SG, Louisville

46.Utah Jazz: Vlatko Cancar, SF, Slovenia

47.New York Knicks: Moses Kingsley, C, Arkansas

48.Indiana Pacers: Jabari Bird, SG, California

49.Oklahoma City Thunder: Dillon Brooks, SG, Oregon

50.Atlanta Hawks: Justin Tuoyo, PF, Chattanooga

51.Toronto Raptors: Trevon Bluiett, SG, Xavier

52.Oklahoma City Thunder: VJ Beachem, SF, Notre Dame

53.Washington Wizards: Thomas Bryant, C, Indiana

54.Utah Jazz: Anzejs Pasecniks, C, Latvia

55.Boston Celtics: Kyle Kuzma, SF, Utah

56.Brooklyn Nets: Rodney Purvis, PG, UConn

57.New York Knicks: Michael Fusek, C, Slovak Republic

58.Boston Celtics: Sindarius Thornwell, SG, South Carolina

59.San Antonio Spurs: Alec Peters, SF, Valparaiso

60.Utah Jazz: Jordan Bell, PF, Oregon

 

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