2015 NBA Mock Draft: Round One

There are still many question marks leading up to tonight's draft because teams are trying to trade up, trade down, or move their picks for veteran players. One thing that is for sure is that tonight will feature a lot of big moves and we may see some teams make moves to that bring them to the next level. OK, let's make some guesses!

2015 First-Round

1. Minnesota- Karl-Anthony Towns, PF, Kentucky

2. L.A. Lakers- D'Angelo Russell, PG/SG, Ohio State

3. Boston (trade with Philadelphia)- Jahlil Okafor, C, Duke

4. New York- Kristaps Porzingis, PF, Sevilla/International

5. Orlando- Justise Winslow, SF, Duke

6. Sacramento- Stanley Johnson, SF, Arizona

7. Denver- Emmanuel Mudiay, PG, Guangdong/International

8. Detroit- Mario Hezonja, SG/SF, Barcelona/International

9. Charlotte- R.J. Hunter, SG, Georgia State

10. Miami- Willie Cauley- Stein, C, Kentucky

11. Indiana- Myles Turner, C, Texas

12. Utah- Devin Booker, SG, Kentucky

13. Phoenix- Trey Lyles, PF, Kentucky

14. Oklahoma City- Frank Kaminsky, PF/C, Wisconsin

Non-Lottery Picks

15. Atlanta (From Brooklyn)- Kelly Oubre, SF, Kansas

16. Philadelphia (from Boston)- Cameron Payne, PG, Murray State

17. Milwaukee- Bobby Portis, PF, Arkansas

18. Houston- Jerian Grant, PG, Notre Dame

19. Washington- Deion Wright, PG, Utah

20. Toronto- Sam Dekker, SF, Wisconsin

21. Dallas- Tyus Jones, PG, Duke

22. Chicago- Rashad Vaughn, SG, UNLV

23. Portland- Kevin Looney, PF, UCLA

24. Cleveland- Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, SF, Arizona

25. Memphis- Justin Anderson, SF, Virginia

26. San Antonio- Jonathan Holmes, SF/PF, Texas

27. L.A. Lakers (From Houston)- Montrezl Harrell, PF, Louisville

28. Philadelphia (from Boston)- Terry Rozier, G, Louisville

29. Brooklyn (From Atlanta)- Nikola Milutinov, C, Serbia/International

30. New York Knicks (from Golden State)- Rakeem Christmas, PF, Syracuse

**Trades**

Boston trades #16,#28, 2016 #1 (Top 10 Protected), 2016 Brooklyn #1 (Top 7 Protected) and SG Avery Bradley to Philadelphia for #3 Pick (Okafor), 2016 2nd Round Pick, 2017 Second Round Pick

Golden State trades David Lee and #29 pick to New York Knicks for 2016 2nd Round Pick and 2017 1st Round Pick (Lottery Protected)


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