9th: Stanley Johnson, Indiana Pacers
The Pacers are probably looking to find a permanent replacement for Lance Stephenson. They've made do with C.J. Miles and Rodney Stuckey, but Indiana could really afford to grab a shooting guard they feel that could be a long haul starter. Although more steady at small forward, Johnson has that upside and athleticism and can also play alongside Paul George to form one of the most formidable wing defenses in the league.
24th: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Portland Trailblazers
Portland's biggest weakness is their depth, particularly on the bench. Once the Blazers lost Wes Matthews, they just haven't been the same, and their defensive presence has dropped off. Hollis-Jefferson provides Portland with another quality wing who can come off the bench, defend, and get buckets.
57th: Kaleb Tarczewski, Philadelphia 76ers (traded from Houston Rockets)
Zeus didn't have the best NCAA Tournament, and generally was pretty quiet this season. However, he is a center, and seven footers are prized in this league. The 76ers could sure use him so they can deal him to five other teams over the next few teams.
Brandon Ashley & T.J. McConnell are currently not slated in either the first or second round. No one knows whether Ashley fits as a four in the league and McConnell might be just one of those great college players.