We've taken a look at which players can get picked in the first round with players like Stanley Johnson and Kevon Looney. Let's see which Pac-12 players can find their way onto NBA rosters in the second.
48th pick: Anthony Brown, Stanford Cardinal forward, picked by Oklahoma City Thunder: The Thunder still need to stack up on talented wing players off the bench, and Brown is definitely the type of long-armed athletic player who can give other teams problems. He can guard both wing positions and figures to be the type of versatile defender Oklahoma City loves.
52nd pick: Norman Powell, UCLA Bruins guard, picked by Dallas Mavericks: Dallas needs to build for the future and get some solid wing scorers who can distribute and play make. Powell fits the bill. He's a great scorer and kind of has the ability to be a poor man's Monta Ellis.
53rd pick: Joseph Young, Oregon Ducks guard, picked by Cleveland Cavaliers: The Cavs bench will need instant scoring, and Young appears like he could provide some instant offense off the bench. Although he's a bit undersized and probably won't be able to be as deadly a scorer as he was in college, Young is offensively competent and can be a scorer off the bench.