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21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Horton-Tucker languages (Iowa State, SG / SF, Freshman)
The latest NCAA prospect expects to be eligible, Horton-Tucker gets a semi-pass for his inconsistent shootings and inefficiency. Instead, the Thunder could be attracted by flashes of shot creation, tough shot-making, coordinated finishes and defensive activity for a 238-pound guard with a 7 & # 39; 1 "wingspan NBA coaches will focus on his body too improve and make early decisions.
22. Boston Celtics: Nassir Little (North Carolina, SF / PF, Freshman)
Little will look better in workouts than in North Carolina, assuming he is able to display more photo shoot / range. His shares, however, received a blow after showing limited attacking skills and feelings. When he falls to the 1920s, it becomes worthwhile to appreciate his enormous physical profile and to gamble on his ball control and jump shot movements to improve.
23. Utah Jazz: Nickeil Alexander-Walker (Virginia Tech, PG / SG, Sophomore)
The stock of Alexander-Walker hit hard the last two months as he struggled to finish against quality opponents. He made remarkable progress this season, particularly as a playmaker with an average of 4.0 assists. After a second season with at least 37.0 percent of three, the 6 & # 39; 5 "combo guard should have a good enough first round.
24. Philadelphia 76ers: Tyler Herro (Kentucky, SG, Freshman)
Herro cooled during the NCAA tournament, but the eye test still likes his mechanics for making manuals and taking photos. He will not offer much as an initiator or maker, but the Sixers can run him off screens and release him early for transient vibrations with a quick trigger.
25. Portland Trail Blazers: Ty Jerome (Virginia, PG / SG, Junior)
After winning 21 points, nine rebounds and six assists against Auburn, Jerome followed with 16 points, six rebounds and eight assists in the national title match. His limitations in the field of athletics and creation are evident, but his combination of 6 & # 39; 5 ", shooting, passing, IQ and toughness is the role of NBA role player.
26. Cleveland Cavaliers (via rockets): Mfiondu Kabengele (Florida State, PF / C, Sophomore)
Kabengele caught the scout's attention during the late season and now he will make an interesting decision about drafting the design. He's still on the rough side, but 6 & 10 ", 250-pound size, improved shooting range, and special shot-making from the pole might be enough to attract first-round interest in the coming June.
27. Brooklyn Nets (via Nuggets): KZ Okpala (Stanford, SF / PF, sophomore)
Okpala stands out for its 6 & # 39; 9 "positional size and athleticism that create mismatches and defensive versatility. He is a face-up scorer with an improving sweater, although he will have to refine his shot-creation and off-the-dribble skills until he becomes a more consistent shooter.
28. Golden State Warriors: Chuma Okeke (Auburn, PF, Sophomore)
Before tearing his ACL against North Carolina in Sweet 16, Okeke & # 39; s arrow with stock stocks pointed up. They are unlikely to find a distinctive rookie, the Warriors can look for years on the road, beyond Okeke's recovery, and see a multi-position defender who can stretch the floor and score along the edge.
29. San Antonio Spurs (via Raptors): Matisse Thybulle (Washington, SG / SF, Senior)
Thybulle's 3.5 stems and 2.2 blocks per game are taken from the exploration report and the film shows instincts and anticipation that back up the statistics. He is one of the draft's most intriguing defense prospects that shoots (career 35.8 percent 3PT) can make or break his NBA potential. The gamble is worth it for late in San Antonio.
30. Milwaukee Bucks: Bruno Fernando (Maryland, C, sophomore)
Fernando, 6 & # 39; 10 ", 240 pounds, could give the Bucks a maintainer and finisher around the basket, no matter how his attacking game improves. But he made a promising leap in 2018-19, with better instincts as a passer and defender while flasher takes sharper counterwork out of the pole.