NBA AM: Another NBA Mock Draft

With the draft ties broken, it’s time to take a look at how the 2015 NBA Draft is taking shape.

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My Latest Mock Draft:  With the draft ties broken and the landscape of traded picks somewhat resolved, and the fact that I have not done a Mock draft since February, it seemed like it was time to put out my latest view of the Draft landscape.

Basketball Insiders will start dropping our weekly Consensus Mock Drafts on May 1st, and then we’ll update each Wednesday up to the 2015 NBA Draft.

So without further ado, here is my latest look at the 60 picks of the 2015 Draft.

A couple of points worth noting, it’s highly unlikely that the Philadelphia 76ers actually draft seven players, however, until those picks are dispensed, the place holder for those selections are going to be International “draft-and-stash” type prospects.

Typically teams with multiple picks in a single draft either use those extra picks as the grease to make a deal, trade the picks outright for future picks, or in some cases sell extra second round picks for cash consideration.

This is always a huge variable to predicting draft positions, as no one really has a sense of how teams like Philadelphia are going to use those picks.

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Steve Kyler is the Editor and Publisher of Basketball Insiders and has covered the NBA and basketball for the last 17 seasons.

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