2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-Lottery edition

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2019 NBA Mock Draft
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Tyler Herro. 21. player. 149. An absolute sniper, Tyler Herro looks automatic on every shot he releases. The Oklahoma City Thunder often find themselves in offensive droughts and struggle to generate any floor-spacing, Herro is exactly the kind of player to fix that. While he does excel in catch-and-shoot opportunities, Herro can also create looks for himself. He’s not a complete liability on defense, but he’ll need to work on that end to become a difference-maker. Herro is possibly the best shooter in the entire draft, and with that being their biggest need, the Thunder would be elated to snag him at No. 21.. Shooting Guard. Oklahoma City Thunder

Grant Williams. 22. player. 18. Making the most of his defensive versatility, Grant Williams enters draft season as a mid-to-late first round prospect but could find himself in lottery conversation as we get closer. With Al Horford getting older, the Celtics may rely on Grant straight away as a smart defender who often creates tough shots and turnovers for opponents. Brad Stevens could work wonders with Williams, but he’ll first need to iron out his flaws as a passer and 3-point shooter.. Power Forward. Boston Celtics