The 2017 NBA re-draft looks a lot different compared to the actual one from June.
Unexpected rookie seasons, good and bad, have drastically changed scouting reports. If the Philadelphia 76ers had to select again, we’d likely be looking at a new No. 1 overall pick.
The order stays the same, and trades made before and during last year’s draft are honored. cheap authentic nfl jersey
No. 30: Los Angeles Lakers (via Jazz): Semi Ojeleye
The Lakers overlook Ojeleye’s rookie numbers for the eye-test results, which show a smart, versatile defender with three-point range.
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No. 29. San Antonio Spurs: Caleb Swanigan
Swanigan logged 27 NBA games, including three starts, as a rookie, but he did most of his damage in the G League, where he averaged a double-double. A high-level rebounder with developing offensive skill, Swanigan could give the Spurs bench a physical presence and potential floor-spacer if he can continue to improve his shooting.
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No. 28. Utah Jazz (via Lakers): Tony Bradley
Bradley didn’t play much as a rookie, but he averaged 15.4 points and 10.2 rebounds in the G League. And at 20 years old with 6’10”, 248-pound size, length, mobility and soft hands, he will get his NBA rotation shot in due time.
No. 27. Los Angeles Lakers (via Celtics): Sterling Brown
After going No. 46 overall last June, Brown sneaks into the re-draft’s first round for his energy, defensive versatility and shooting potential. He made himself playable in certain matchups for Milwaukee, and he could likely fill a similar role with the Lakers.