1 pick and take Ben Simmons of LSU, while the Los Angeles Lakers will go with Duke’s Brandon Ingram at the No. Chicago received Robin Lopez, Jose Calderon and Jerian Grant.
The latest NBA Draft 2016 mock picks were shaken up just a bit on Wednesday as at least one big trade impacted the team order for making selections. 21 pick and two second-round picks. The Atlanta Hawks moved their point guard with the Indiana Pacers and Utah Jazz both benefiting in the deal. Initially, some mock drafts projected Wade Baldwin, IV from Vanderbilt would be picked up by the Jazz, or that it would be Washington shooting guard Dejounte Murray. 2 spot. Due to that, the original draft pick held by one of the teams has moved to another. On draft night, Chicago currently has the No. They might be swinging more deals, as there’s also been rumors that the Hawks were trying to shop around forward/center Al Horford to three different teams.. It’s still expected that the Philadelphia 76ers will hold the No. New York is now being touted as having a “Big Three” in place with Rose joining All-Star Carmelo Anthony and rising star Kristaps Porzingis. What will that mean in terms of who goes where in Thursday night’s draft? Will LSU’s Ben Simmons and Duke’s Brandon Ingram still be the top two picks taken when draft night goes live and will Philadelphia and Los Angeles be the top two teams in the order?
In other trade news on Wednesday, the New York Knicks acquired former NBA MVP Derrick Rose from the Chicago Bulls in a five player deal. ESPN will have the full coverage of the event with all of the major picks, analysis, player interviews and more. 12 draft pick on Thursday night. They have the No. The Knicks also got Justin Holiday and a second round pick in 2017. Now that Atlanta has the spot, that seems likely to change. 14 pick and may look to replace Rose with a promising young guard, or could be involved in further deals to get what they need.
The NBA Draft for 2016 arrives Thursday evening from Brooklyn, New York. Also involved in the trade were the Utah Jazz, who will be receiving Indiana’s George Hill, while Atlanta will now have Utah’s No. After that, things could get quite interesting as teams look to compete in the upcoming season!
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported on June 22 that the Hawks agreed to a trade deal that sends point guard Jeff Teague to the Indiana Pacers