2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-Lottery edition

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Sekou Doumbouya’s physical tools and defensive IQ thrust the Frenchmen’s stock up into this range. An immediate upgrade over Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Doumbouya uses his strength and length to his advantage, forcing opponents to take off-balance or heavily contested shots regularly. On offense, he still has a long way to go. His lack of offensive IQ leads to poor shot selection and mismanagement of possessions. Kenny Atkinson would be a perfect coach to bring out the two-way force his potential has.. Power Forward. Brooklyn Nets. Sekou Doumbouya. 17. player. 147

player. 100. The Indiana Pacers have a lot of free agents this summer, with a lot of questions, but Keldon Johnson would be a safe pick at this point. Johnson is a high-floor, low-ceiling, two-way player whose struggles with consistency hold him back from being a lottery pick. He should find plenty of success in Indiana though, as trailing Victor Oladipo in transition for a wide open 3 would become a regular scenario for Pacers fans.. Small Froward. Indiana Pacers. Keldon Johnson. 18