2015 NBA Mock Draft

The 2015 NBA Draft takes place on June 25th, and this year's draft is packed with talent from start to finish. Who will go #1 to the Timberwolves? (Source: Draft Express)
The 2015 NBA Draft takes place on June 25th, and this year’s draft is packed with talent from start to finish. Who will go #1 to the Timberwolves? (Source: Draft Express)

In honour of draft season being upon us, we are going to do something that we don’t normally like doing: an NBA mock draft.

We don’t like doing them for several reasons, but it’s also somewhat fun to do at the same time. It allows us to consider what teams need at the NBA level, and try to play the role of matchmaker for the time being. We try to fix their problems without them knowing.

The 2015 NBA Draft class will be packed with talent from the first overall selection to the 60th pick. There is a plethora of talented players this season, and there will be some immensely talented players who do not hear their name called. They will have to turn their attention to the summer leagues if they want to make their NBA dreams a reality.

On Tuesday night, starting at 7:30pm EST, we will be holding our weekly podcast through RabbleTV! That is where we will release our selections for our 2015 NBA Mock Draft.

Tune in at 7:30pm and follow along with our selections over the course of the hour and a half, leading up to Game 3 of the NBA Finals! We’ll also break down five second-round selections in the talk.

Round One

1. Timberwolves: Karl-Anthony Towns – Kentucky
2. Lakers: Jahlil Okafor – Duke
3. 76ers: D’Angelo Russell – Ohio State
4. Knicks: Emmanuel Mudiay – Congo
5. Magic: Justise Winslow – Duke
6. Kings: Kristaps Porzingis – Latvia
7. Nuggets: Mario Hezonja – Croatia
8. Pistons: Stanley Johnson – Arizona
9. Hornets: Willie Cauley-Stein – Kentucky
10. Heat: Devin Booker – Kentucky
11. Pacers: Sam Dekker – Wisconsin
12. Jazz: Trey Lyles – Kentucky
13. Suns: Myles Turner – Texas
14. Thunder: Cameron Payne – Murray State
15. Hawks: Frank Kaminsky – Wisconsin
16. Celtics: Kelly Oubre, Jr – Kansas
17. Bucks: Montrezl Harrell – Louisville
18. Rockets: Jerian Grant – Notre Dame
19. Wizards: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson – Arizona
20. Raptors: Bobby Portis – Arkansas
21. Mavericks: Tyus Jones – Duke
22. Bulls: Justin Anderson – Virginia
23. Trailblazers: Guillermo Hernangomez (Spain)
24. Cavaliers: Rashad Vaughn – UNLV
25. Grizzlies: Kevon Looney – UCLA
26. Spurs: Delon Wright – Utah
27. Lakers: R.J. Hunter – Georgia State
28. Celtics: Christian Wood – UNLV
29. Nets: Chris McCullough – Syracuse
30. Warriors: Norman Powell – UCLA

Second Round

31. Timberwolves: Jarell Martin – LSU
32. Rockets: Terry Rozier – Louisville
33. Celtics: Cedi Osman – Turkey
34. Lakers: Rakeem Christmas – Syracuse
35. 76ers: Jordan Mickey – LSU
36. Timberwolves: Timothe Luwawu – France
37. 76ers: Terran Petteway – Nebraska
38. Pistons: Arturas Gudaitis – Lithuania
39. Hornets: Danilo Fuzaro – Brazil
40. Heat: J.P. Tokoto – North Carolina
41. Nets: Olivier Hanlan – Boston College
42. Jazz: Moussa Diagne – Senegal
43. Pacers: Joseph Young – Oregon
44. Suns: Alpha Kaba – France
45. Celtics: Cliff Alexander – Kansas
46. Bucks: Luka Mitrovic – Serbia
47. 76ers: Robert Upshaw – Washington
48. Thunder: Dakari Johnson – Kentucky
49. Wizards: Richaun Holmes – Bowling Green
50. Hawks: Aleksander Vezenkov – Cyprus
51. Magic: Alan Williams – UC Santa Barbara
52. Mavericks: Mouhammadou Jaiteh – France
53. Cavaliers: Tyler Harvey – Eastern Washington
54. Jazz: George de Paula – Brazil
55. Spurs: Andrew Harrison – Kentucky
56. Pelicans: Vince Hunter – UTEP
57. Nuggets: Michael Frazier – Florida
58. 76ers: Nikola Milutinov – Serbia
59. Hawks: Nedim Bura – Bosnia
60. 76ers: MIchael Qualls – Arkansas