1. Minnesota - Karl-Anthony Tows C Kentucky
2. Lakers - D'Angelo Russell PG Ohio State
3. Philadelphia - Jahlil Okafor C Duke
4. New York - Kristaps Porzingis PF Latvia
5. Orlando - Emmanuel Mudiay PG Congo
6. Sacramento - Justise Winslow SG Duke
7. Denver - Mario Hezonja SG Croatia
8. Detroit - Stanley Johnson SF Arizona
The Pistons are solid with bigs, but could really use some help on the perimeter. Johnson looks to me a lot like another Wildcat great who just starred in the NBA Finals (Andre Igoudala) and his defensive-tenacity and toughness would be a perfect fit for the Pistons. Plus, you probably need a defender like Johnson on your team in the East if you have any hope of getting past LeBron anytime soon.
9. Charlotte - Myles Turner C Texas
10. Miami - Trey Lyles PF Kentucky
11. Indiana - Willie Cauley-Stein C Kentucky
12. Utah - Frank Kaminsky C Wisconsin
13. Phoenix - Cameron Payne PG Murray State
14. Oklahoma City - Devin Booker SG Kentucky
15. Atlanta - Bobby Portis PF Arkansas
16. Boston - Sam Dekker SF Wisconsin
17. Milwaukee - Tyus Jones PG Duke
18. Houston - Jerian Grant PG Notre Dame
19. Washington - Kelly Oubre SF Kansas
20. Toronto - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SF Arizona
The Raptors need some help scoring in the Playoffs and a guy like Hollis-Jefferson who isn't a physical freak but can flat out score would be a perfect addition. He would also give them a great perimeter defender that can help them against LeBron.
21. Dallas - Montrezl Harrell PF Louisville
22. Chicago - Kevon Looney PF UCLA
The Bulls really need to get younger in the frontcourt so a versatile player like Looney who can play both forward positions would be a nice fit. He could immediately provide a spark off of the bench.
23. Portland - Rashad Vaughn SG UNLV
24. Cleveland - Justin Anderson SF Virginia
25. Memphis - Delon Wright PG Utah
Wright is a steal at the end of the first round in my opinion. He can do so many things well, but none more importantly than shoot and shooters are quickly becoming the biggest premium in the NBA right now. Some team late in the first round will be happy to scoop up a shooter like Wright here.
26. San Antonio - Chris McCullough PF Syracuse
27. Lakers - Terry Rozier PG Louisville
28. Boston - R.J. Hunter SG Georgia State
29. Brooklyn - Guillermo Hernangomez PF Spain
30. Golden State - Norman Powell SG UCLA
I'm not sure if most see Powell as a first-round pick, but I love him here. He can do a little bit of everything and be an asset to the Warriors' bench.
31. Minnesota - Cliff Alexander PF Kansas
32. Houston - Jarell Martin PF LSU
33. Boston - Cedi Osman SF Turkey
34. Lakers - Jonathan Holmes PF Texas
35. Philadelphia - Nikola Milutinov PF Serbia
36. Minnesota - Terran Petteway SF Nebraska
37. Philadelphia - Anthony Brown SF Stanford
The 76ers have a ton of second round picks, so they can just take the best players available in different spots. The versatile Brown who can do a myriad of things well would be a nice snag here.
38. Detroit - Jordan Mickey PF LSU
39. Charlotte - Christian Wood PF UNLV
40. Miami - Arturas Gudaitis PF Lithuania
41. Brooklyn - Rakeem Christmas PF Syracuse
42. Utah - Richaun Holmes PF Bowling Green
43. Indiana - Robert Upshaw C Washington
Upshaw got himself kicked off two teams in college so he is the reddest of red flags, but he is still a seven-footer with great shot-blocking skills who can score near the basket. All these issues are going to keep him out of the first round, but someone will likely pick him up in the second hoping he can turn around his off-the-court stuff around.
44. Phoenix - JP Tokoto SG North Carolina
45. Boston - Olivier Hanlan PG Boston College
46. Milwaukee - Mouhammadou Jaiteh C France
47. Philadelphia - Dakari Johnson C Kentucky
48. Oklahoma City - Joseph Young PG Oregon
The Thunder might go from having two of the NBA's best perimeter scorers to zero in the near future, so they might as well start stockpiling new ones. Also, Young would be a great scorer off the bench anyway.
49. Washington - Pat Connaughton SG Notre Dame
50. Atlanta - Andrew Harrison PG Kentucky
51. Orlando - Luis Montero SG JC
52. Dallas - Josh Richardson SG Tennessee
53. Cleveland - Michael Frazier SG Florida
54. Utah - Aaron White SF Iowa
55. San Antonio - Satnam Singh C India
56. New Orleans - Vince Hunter SF UTEP
57. Denver - Travis Trice PG Michigan State
58. Philadelphia - Daniel Diez SF Spain
59. Atlanta - Brandon Ashley PF Arizona
I really like Ashley as a player, but understand that he isn't a shoe-in NBA prospect. I still think he gets picked up in the second round though.
60. Larry Nance Jr. PF Wyoming