19. Denver Nuggets (via Trail Blazers) : Furkan Korkmaz (SG-Turkey)[graphiq id=”2xcHvQ1BDsp” title=”Furkan Korkmaz – Anadolu Efes” width=”600″ height=”593″ url=”https://w.graphiq.com/w/2xcHvQ1BDsp” link=”http://ncaa-basketball-players.pointafter.com/l/103846/Furkan-Korkmaz” link_text=”Furkan Korkmaz – Anadolu Efes | PointAfter” ]
The Nuggets will use one of their first round picks on a draft and stash and Korkmaz makes sense.
After taking Brown they should jump all over the elite shooter from Turkey. The Nuggets aren’t winning anytime soon, so they can afford to wait on some prospects.
20. Indiana Pacers : Brice Johnson (PF-North Carolina)[graphiq id=”1a2jadcQuBT” title=”Brice Johnson” width=”500″ height=”690″ url=”https://w.graphiq.com/w/1a2jadcQuBT” link=”https://www.graphiq.com” link_text=”Visualization by Graphiq” ]
If the Pacers are serious about playing faster and scoring more points than Brice Johnson will be a good pick.
Johnson was in the top 20 in the country in nearly every rebounding category. He averaged 10.6 total rebounds per game.
21. Atlanta Hawks : Damian Jones (C-Vanderbilt)[graphiq id=”1vkpfCpxhk1″ title=”Damian Jones” width=”500″ height=”650″ url=”https://w.graphiq.com/w/1vkpfCpxhk1″ link=”https://www.graphiq.com” link_text=”Visualization by Graphiq” ]
The Hawks need some insurance in case center Al Horford leave in free agency. Damian Jones is never going to be a star but he scores the ball well around the rim and has the potential to develop a good mid-range game.
Even if Horford does return, the Hawks could use some depth in the frontcourt.