Full Two-Round NBA Mock Draft Pre-March Madness

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MIDDLE VILLAGE, NEW YORK – APRIL 05: Isaiah Stewart #33 of La Lumiere blocks a shot against Oak Hill Academy in the semifinal of the GEICO High School National Tournament at Christ the King High School on April 05, 2019 in Middle Village, New York. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) /

84. Sacramento Kings. PF/C, Washington. Sacramento Kings. 11. Pick Analysis. Isaiah Stewart. player

The Kings have a lot of options here, as we begin to get into the late Lottery. Isaiah Stewart is not a top-tier prospect, but is the best big man left on the board in my eyes, the Kings’ biggest need.

Stewart can play both the power forward at center positions at 6’9, and is a bit of a jack of all trades, master of none type prospect.

He has a soft touch around the rim, and can score from nearly anywhere in the paint, making just a tick under 60 percent of his two-point shots. Stewart is a solid rim protector already at age 18, and could provide instant help for Sacramento’s mediocre defense.

He averages 1.2 more turnovers per game than assists, and has room to improve on other small things like that and his free throw percentage.

It’s not particularly a sexy pick, but at at this point for Sacramento, that may just be exactly what they need.