NBA Mock Draft 4.0 — Warriors Take Wiseman First, Hawks grab LaMelo

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Two Round NBA mock draft for June with a new number one pick.

The wait for NBA basketball is nearly over, with the league set to resume in Orlando on July 31st. Luckily, once play returns, the off-season won’t be soon behind. The Draft Lottery is now set for late August, with the Draft itself taking place on October 15th, three days before free agency opens. NBA Mock Draft season just got a whole lot longer.

It’s going to an unprecedentedly odd off-season, but at least we have new dates set in concrete for the draft and lottery to look forward to. With new excitement surrounding the draft, it’s only right to break out another mock draft.

Since our last mock back in April, there has been a good amount of shaking to the consensus draft board, despite the lack of either collegiate or professional play. That’s likely due to the fact of writers and scouts talking them into and out of certain prospects.

It’s yet to be seen if there will be some sort of Draft Combine, but I’d have to assume there’d be some way for the prospects to put their talents on display again before the October draft. For now, we’re mocking based on their collegiate/international careers and the potential they bring to the NBA.

Last time, we simulate the lottery using, but this time we’ll just be going by the current standings. The Golden State Warriors are on the clock.

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