2015 NBA Mock Draft

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26. San Antonio Spurs

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. 26. player. 29. This would be the typical Spurs pick that everyone wonders “how did he fall to them?”. Hollis-Jefferson is likely the best defender in this draft class. He has a good motor, great handle, and the ability to get to the hoop. If Rondae could shoot he would be a top pick. However, he cannot shoot at all. He seems to completely lack any semblance of touch. He could be similar to Al-Farouq Aminu in the NBA.  Would it surprise anyone though if the Spurs turn him into a capable shooter who is a long time starter? No, it would not. Spurs will pick the best player available and Hollis-Jefferson is truly that here.. Small Forward. Arizona

27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston Rockets)

Virginia. Justin Anderson. 27. player. 20. Anderson makes sense at this point in the draft. He is an explosive, long athlete. He has the tools to be an elite defender. Justin went from shooting 29.4% from three his sophomore year to 45.2% in his junior season. You have to wonder how he will really shot it in the NBA. He will never be able to create his own shots or be a key offensive player, but he could be a great 3-and-D guy of the bench. The Lakers were 25th in three point attempts and 29th on defense, so Anderson would make sense for them. They will likely look at other wing prospects like Michael Frazier after going with a big with their first pick.. Small Forward

28. Boston Celtics (from Los Angeles Clippers)

player. 18. McCullough is coming off surgery for an ACL that he tore in January. Were he healthy he would be going much higher in the draft. He is athletic and has NBA length. He needs to add some meats to his bones, but he has fantastic hops. He’s a good defender who can block shots, make steals, and rebound the ball. This seems like a gamble that the Celtics would gladly make with this pick. They will likely pick the player with the highest upside and swing for the fences.. Power Forward. Syracuse. Chris McCullough. 28

29. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta Hawks)

The contract of Deron Williams has become one of the worst in the NBA. It’s been rumored they may try and shed it. Either way, the Nets need another point guard. Rozier is not only that, but he is the best player available at this point. He is a good athlete with good length. He’s a solid defender and very quick. He needs to improve his three point shooting and court vision. Terry could come play good minutes backing up in Deron Williams and Jerrett Jack.. Point Guard. Louisville. Terry Rozier. 29. player. 147

30. Golden State Warriors

41. The Warriors will be looking to add a player who can play solid minutes for them. They are likely to ship off David Lee and his contract so that they can pay Draymond the big money he will demand. Wood is appealing as he can rebound, block shots, pass, and stretch the floor. He is going to need to beef up though if he wants to play in the NBA. His motor is a serious question, but playing for Golden State should help him stay excited.. Power Forward. UNLV. Christian Wood. 30. player

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