2019 NBA Mock Draft: Post-draft combine edition

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Shooting Guard. Miami Heat. Romeo Langford. 13. player. 110. <p>Romeo Langford came into the college season as one of the more popular recruits. After an up-and-down freshman season where he played with a torn ligament in his hand, Langford will slip during the draft, but he has enough tools to be a lottery pick still. At 6’6″ with a 6’11″ wingspan, Langford has excellent size for a scoring wing who can make things happen with the ball in his hands.</p> <p>The Miami Heat are losing <a rel=

PJ Washington. 14. player. 18. <p>PJ Washington was one of the rare players who returned to Kentucky after his freshman season and actually boosted his draft stock. Washington is a versatile big man who can play power forward and as a small-ball 5 in today’s league. He showed the ability to be an offensive-minded forward that can space the court with his shooting and attack mismatches. As he gets stronger over time, he will become a better rebounder and defensive player.</p> <p>The Boston Celtics could be looking at a summer where they lose some talent on offense in their frontcourt and could benefit by adding a guy like Washington to the roster to back up <a rel=. Power Forward. Boston Celtics