2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-draft combine edition

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<p>Talen Horton-Tucker is the youngest prospect in this draft class and is also one of the more interesting. He is 6’4″, 235 pounds and has a 7’1.25” wingspan. His unique length, frame and strength give him the ability to play anywhere from shooting guard to power forward.</p> <p>Horton-Tucker is still a developing player on both ends, but he is a good spot-up shooter and scorer off the dribble, and that is something the Oklahoma City Thunder need right away.</p>. Shooting Guard/Small Forward. Oklahoma City Thunder. Talen Horton-Tucker. 21. player. 149

Matisse Thybulle. 22. player. 18. <p>Some think that the reason Matisse Thybulle did not show up to the combine was that he secured a promise from a team. Nothing has been confirmed, but there is a chance he will be gone by the time the Celtics come back on the clock for their third pick of the first round.</p> <p>Thybulle is a defensive-minded wing who was very useful in the 2-3 zone. It will be interesting to see how his defense carries over to the NBA in more man-to-man concepts. Thubulle needs to work on his offensive game. He does have an okay jumper from deep, but he will be a guy that sees the court because of his hustle, defense and athleticism. Think <a rel=. Shooting Guard. Boston Celtics