2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-Lottery edition

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24. The Chicago Bulls’ only real position of need is point guard, and with all of the top-tier ones off the board, it is entirely likely they wind up looking to trade this pick. If they do happen to keep it, De’Andre Hunter makes a lot sense. As one of the most NBA-ready prospects, Hunter should make an immediate impact in Chicago. While he does not have the ceiling of many of the other prospects in this range, he’s probably the safest bet outside of Zion to play a productive 10 years in the league. With his steady 3-and-D game, the Bulls should have a nice wing rotation going forward, allowing more lineup flexibility and more defensive assurances when Zach LaVine is playing.. Small Forward. Chicago Bulls. De'Andre Hunter. 7. player

Atlanta Hawks. Cam Reddish. 8. player. 125. The Atlanta Hawks will be looking to make a splash if they end up keeping their two top-10 picks. Cam Reddish’s upside is near the top of this draft, but unfortunately, this season at Duke showed why his downside is also very significant. With all the tools you can ask for in a scoring forward, all the potential in the world is there for Reddish, but his production just doesn’t show for it. At this point, he’s a boom-or-bust prospect, and with two picks, the Hawks can afford to spend one on a player with a ceiling like his.. Small Forward