2024 NBA Mock Draft 3.0: Hawks court chaos, Spurs speed up rebuild, Lakers surprise

The 2024 NBA draft is less than a week away and there's questions about where each top prospect will go but here is the last version of Hoop Habit's mock draft.
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13) Sacramento Kings-Rob Dillingham

After missing the playoffs this season, the Sacramento Kings need a big offseason to get back on track, and if the draft plays out like we think, they could land Kentucky guard Rob Dillingham. Dillingham is arguably the best offensive player in this draft class, which would be great value at 13, though his size at 6'1 and 165 pounds will likely cause quite a few teams to pass on him.

His ability to shake defenders and get into the paint is impressive and he is a creative finisher at the rim, helping him overcome his lack of size. Better still, he is a terrific shooter who can knock down pull-up jumpers and threes, including hitting 44% of his attempts at Kentucky this past season. Dillingham is even a capable passer, all of which makes him a potentially good offensive player in the NBA. 

In fact, his ceiling might be that of a high-level sixth man, which would be perfect for Sacramento since they may be able to pair him with sixth man Malik Monk and cook teams in the second unit. That, and making a big offseason trade might get the Kings back in playoff contention next season.