He could be a nice fit as a 6'6" swing guard, but Denver may package this pick for an immediate impact.
C, Texas A&M
At 6'9" and 240 pounds, he is a natural rim-runner who could help fill the void in the middle if DeAndre Jordan leaves Los Angeles.
He appeared selfish at times, and his shot selection was suspect, but the 6'2" freshman is a natural scorer with potential as a leader.
In his first pick as GM, Mitch Kupchak won't get a star but a raw 6'9", 215-pound combo forward who can become a building block.
SF, Michigan St.
The 6'7" sophomore has the makings of a versatile, high-energy glue guy. Questions remain about his shooting.
His ability to space the floor and guard multiple positions makes him a safe bet, but he's at best a secondary scorer.
He has range, creativity off the dribble and flair. For a team needing outside help, the 6'2" freshman is the best option.
MICHAEL PORTER JR.
A big-time scorer, he will have to show well in workouts after back surgery shortened his freshman season.
At 6'10" and 260 pounds, he has great hands and can play inside-out. Though he's not a leaper, he's a bankable pick with upside.
With a 7'9" wingspan and 9'6" standing reach, he has high-end defensive potential—and a rudimentary offensive game.
MARVIN BAGLEY III
A rebounder who can create baskets and eventually could stretch the floor, he will provide steady double doubles.
C, Michigan State
At 6'11", he is raw but does have the skills of a modern big: He can shoot from deep, defend in space and protect the rim.
G, Real Madrid
The MVP of the Euroleague Final Four at age 19, the 6'8" Slovenian playmaker will fit nicely alongside De'Aaron Fox.
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