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NBA AM: Full NBA Mock Draft 5/21/15

With the NBA Draft Lottery settled and the full draft order set, here is a mock draft with all 60 picks.

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It’s Full Mock Draft Time:  Yesterday, we dropped the latest Consensus Mock Draft, where four NBA writers took a swing at the first round after the draft order was set.

Today, I’ll offer up my latest full Mock Draft. NBA teams have started the workout process so there will be some movement based on team feedback going forward, so things get interesting from here:

So we’re clear on where some of these picks came from:

15. Atlanta (From Brooklyn)

18. Houston (From New Orleans)

27. L.A. Lakers (From Houston)

28. Boston (From L.A. Clippers)

29. Brooklyn (From Atlanta)

32. Houston (From New York)

33. Boston (From Philadelphia via Miami)

35. Philadelphia (From Orlando)

36. Minnesota (From Sacramento via Houston)

37. Philadelphia (From Denver via Houston, Portland and Minnesota)

47. Philadelphia (From New Orleans via Washington and L.A. Clippers)

50. Atlanta (From Toronto)

51. Orlando (From Chicago)

53. Cleveland (From Portland via Chicago and Denver)

54. Utah (From Cleveland)

56. New Orleans (From Memphis)

57. Denver (From L.A. Clippers)

58. Philadelphia (From Houston)

60. Philadelphia (From Golden State via Indiana)

The 2015 NBA Draft will be held on June 25, 2015.

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