NBA Mock Draft 2017: Latest Predictions for 2 Rounds of Picks

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Lonzo Ball is expected to go to the Lakers with the second pick. (Getty)

The draft is finally here, and Heavy has completed our final NBA mock draft after months of various iterations. It has been one of the most eventful draft weeks in recent memory with several trades, including the Celtics trading the top pick to the Sixers.

With Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball expected to be selected with the top two picks, the draft officially starts at three. The Celtics have been linked to everyone from Josh Jackson to Jonathan Isaac. Heavy predicts they will go with Duke’s Jayson Tatum to add more offensive firepower to their roster.

From there, more craziness ensues with the Suns at four and Magic at six. While the Kings are likely to take De’Aaron Fox at five if he is available, both the Suns and Magic could go in various directions.

While we are unlikely to get every pick right, you can use this as a guide for the rest of the night. It is helpful to know as players slide on draft night where they were projected to go.

As always, reach out to me on Twitter @JonDAdams with your predictions for the 2017 NBA Draft.

Here’s Heavy’s latest (and final) 2017 NBA mock draft.


NBA Mock Draft 2017: 1st Round

PICK PLAYER
1. Philadelphia 76ers PG Markelle Fultz, Washington
2. LA Lakers PG Lonzo Ball, UCLA
3. Boston Celtics SF Jayson Tatum, Duke
4. Phoenix Suns SF Josh Jackson, Kansas
5. Sacramento Kings PG De’Aaron Fox, Kentucky
6. Orlando Magic F Jonathan Isaac, Florida State
7. Minnesota Timberwolves PF Lauri Markkanen, Arizona
8. New York Knicks PG Frank Ntilikina, France
9. Dallas Mavericks PG Dennis Smith Jr., NC State
10. Sacramento Kings SG Malik Monk, Kentucky
11. Charlotte Hornets SG Luke Kennard, Duke
12. Detroit Pistons SG Donovan Mitchell, Louisville
13. Denver Nuggets C/F Zach Collins, Gonzaga
14. Miami Heat PF John Collins, Wake Forest
15. Portland Trail Blazers C Harry Giles, Duke
16. Chicago Bulls SF Justin Jackson, North Carolina
17. Milwaukee Bucks F Semi Ojeleye, SMU
18. Indiana Pacers C Bam Adebayo, Kentucky
19. Atlanta Hawks C Jarrett Allen, Texas
20. Portland Trail Blazers F OG Anunoby, Indiana
21. Oklahoma City Thunder PG Jawun Evans, Oklahoma State
22. Brooklyn Nets PF Jordan Bell, Oregon
23. Toronto Raptors C Anzejs Pasecniks, Latvia
24. Utah Jazz F Tyler Lydon, Syracuse
25. Orlando Magic SG Terrance Ferguson, Australia
26. Portland Trail Blazers G Derrick White, Colorado
27. L.A. Lakers F D.J. Wilson, Michigan
28. L.A. Lakers C Ike Anigbogu, UCLA
29. San Antonio Spurs PF T.J. Leaf, UCLA
30. Utah Jazz C Justin Patton, Creighton

NBA Mock Draft 2017: 2nd Round

 

PICK PLAYER
31. Charlotte Hornets SF Dillon Brooks, Oregon
32. Phoenix Suns C/F Ivan Rabb, Cal
33. Orlando Magic G Wesley Iwundu, Kansas State
34. Sacramento Kings PF Johnathan Motley, Baylor
35. Orlando Magic G Frank Jackson, Duke
36. Philadelphia 76ers C Tony Bradley, North Carolina
37. Boston Celtics C Caleb Swanigan, Purdue
38. Chicago Bulls PF Kyle Kuzma, Utah
39. Philadelphia 76ers PF Isaiah Hartenstein, Germany
40. New Orleans Pelicans PG Edmond Sumner, Xavier
41. Atlanta Hawks SG Josh Hart, Villanova
42. Utah Jazz PF Jonah Bolden, Australia
43. Houston Rockets SG Devon Reed, Miami
44. New York Knicks PF/C Mathias Lessort, France
45. Houston Rockets F Devin Robinson, Florida
46. Philadelphia 76ers PF Alec Peters, Valpo
47. Indiana Pacers F Jaron Blossomgame, Clemson
48. Milwaukee Bucks SF Andrew White, Syracuse
49. Denver Nuggets PG Frank Mason, Kansas
50. Philadelphia 76ers SG Tyler Dorsey, Oregon
51. Denver Nuggets PG Monte Morris, Iowa State
52. Washington Wizards PF Cameron Oliver, Nevada
53. Boston Celtics SG James Blackmon Jr., Indiana
54. Phoenix Suns SF Dwayne Bacon, Florida State
55. Utah Jazz G P.J. Dozier, South Carolina
56. Boston Celtics SG Sindarius Thornwell, South Carolina
57. Brooklyn Nets PG Kobi Simmons, Arizona
58. New York Knicks PG Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga
59. San Antonio Spurs SG Sterling Brown, SMU
60. Atlanta Hawks PG Marcus Keene, Central Michigan