Last night’s draft featured a high number of trades to the point that it became downright confusing as to who was drafting whom. In all, 28 of the 60 picks were dealt, including 11 first rounders. Reviewing which players will ultimately end up at each team, we have graded each club’s overall haul. Of course, we won’t really know who were the winners and losers [ . . . ]
Brendan O’Sullivan and I have combined to bring you the 2019 Hoops Prospects In-depth NBA Mock Draft. For each pick, we have discussed the thought process behind each selection, including team needs and the latest rumors, along with a summary of each prospect selected. Please keep in mind that the goal of any mock draft is to predict who will be selected where, based [ . . . ]
The team that selects Cam Reddish will do so based far more on potential than on what he did this season as a freshman. To put it mildly, he struggled to mesh with Duke’s other stars, Zion Williamson and R. J. Barrett, who dominated the ball and clogged up the paint. For the most part, Reddish took on the role of a spot-up shooter, who [ . . . ]
Brendan O’Sullivan gives his post-Thanksgiving thoughts on various draft prospects around the country, and says that Gonzaga is clearly the best team in college basketball.