2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-Lottery edition

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13. player. 110. Rui Hachimura is an offensive stud with all the physical tools to be a great two-way player. The problem is he doesn’t have any of that defensive upside thus far. This is where the Miami Heat make total sense. Known for great development and exploring new facets of experienced players’ games, they could be the team to turn Hachimura into an above-average player on both sides of the ball. Even if he doesn’t turn out to be more than a versatile scorer, Hachimura should still be valuable in the Heat’s system as they can find ways to hide him on defense with guys like Josh Richardson and Justise Winslow roaming the perimeter.. Small Forward. Miami Heat. Rui Hachimura

Shooting Gurad. Boston Celtics. Romeo Langford. 14. player. 18. It’s unlikely the Boston Celtics keep all of their first round picks, but of all of them, this is probably the one they try to hold onto. Romeo Langford lacks explosion on straight line drives to the hoop and can tend to play with blinders on at times. His 3-point percentage (27.2 percent) this year at Indiana was a disappointment for many, but for all the downside with Langford, there is still plenty of upside. His slashing ability and ball-handling will intrigue the Celtics enough to draft him as Kyrie Irving insurance.