2015 NBA Mock Draft: A Way-Too-Early Look at Next Year’s Prospects

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2015 NBA Mock Draft

Jun 26, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Andrew Wiggins (Kansas) shakes hands with NBA commissioner Adam Silver after being selected as the number one overall pick to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2014 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

It’s never too early to look forward. Or maybe it is. Either way, I’m about to do it.

The 2014 NBA Draft is officially a part of history, 60 prospects have realized their dreams and a new era in the association has commenced.

As one generation of players join the NBA, another prepares to follow in their footsteps. Whether those players are incoming freshmen or college basketball veterans, a new cast is preparing to become the next set of 60 players to enter the league.

Ladies and gentlemen, here is my first 2015 NBA Mock Draft.

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  • Kyle Sherman

    I’ve gotta believe that Kaminsky from Wisconsin is gonna be on this list. If not, then why???

    • Maxwell Ogden

      I agree. My only concern for him is age and a lack of athleticism. We saw guys like Patric Young and Jordan Bachynski go undrafted for that very reason.

      I do think Kaminsky will have a nice NBA career if he can continue building on an outstanding NCAA Tournament.

      • Phil Watson

        It’s one thing when ageism is exhibited against people in their 60s and 70s. But damn, it’s a tough world when you’re too old and washed up to improve at 22 or 23.

        • Maxwell Ogden

          ^ Comment of the year. Funny, but sadly true.

      • Kyle Sherman

        Would like to argue that age comment, but sadly, I can’t. I constantly find myself checking guys ages and, when they get close to 30, wait for the inevitable drop off . I can’t remember doing that 10-15 yrs ago, but we are starting to see the results of the first generation of straight to the pros guys, and they just have so many miles on them by the time they hit 30 anymore. Is that a product of playing 82 game schedules before the body matures? I think it may be. Hell, even Jordan put in3 yrs of college before he hit the league. And missing almost his entire 2nd yr in the nba as well. I would argue that Kaminsky(and guys like him) will benefit from the time they took in college to let their bodies mature. Just a thought.

  • Nathan Giese

    WHERE IS KYLE AND….oh…I can’t do that anymore.

  • Kyle Sherman

    Phil, it’s the age we live in. One and dones and first year qbs in the nfl. If you don’t leave early and excell immediately, on to the next. The entire world is suffering from A.D.D.. If there wasn’t a one year of college rule in place in the nba, I firmly believe we would be debating the values of a high school education over declaring before you get your driver’s liscense. In my opinion this is ruining the product on both the college and pro level. I guess prep basketball provides the highest quality of pure basketball right now, and that is freaking ridiculous.

    • Nathan Giese

      Ridiculous, or awesome?

    • Phil Watson

      I tried to get through your whole comment, but I sort of lost my concentration …

      Seriously, though, I couldn’t agree more. I have seen basic fundamentals erode so much since I started watching the NBA that it’s hardly the same game anymore.