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2021 NBA Mock Draft June 10

2021 NBA Mock Draft

The 2021 NBA playoffs are underway, which means the 2021 NBA Draft won’t be too far behind. Here is the 2021 NBA Mock Draft June 10.

Draft order from

1. Houston Rockets- Cade Cunningham, G/F, Oklahoma State

The Rockets are rebuilding and can get a nice player to build around in Cunningham if they get the first pick. He can score and make plays for his teammates, which is impressive given his size.

2. Detriot Pistons- Jalen Suggs, PG, Gonzaga

The Pistons have lacked a great point guard since Chauncey Billups. Suggs can be the next great one for Detroit.

3. Orlando Magic- Evan Mobley, PF/C, USC

Orlando traded Nikola Vucevic and need to get a new big man to man the paint.

4. Oklahoma City Thunder- Jalen Green, G, G-League

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander needs to be surrounded with athletic shooters to help him create. Green can improve on his 36.5 percent shooting from deep in the years to come.

5. Cleveland Cavaliers- Jonathan Kuminga, F, G-League

The Cavaliers have a good backcourt in Darius Garland and Collin Sexton. Getting a young forward to go with them will really help the team build.

6. Golden State Warriors- Jalen Johnson, F, Duke

Johnson opted out of the season after it started, but he plays a unique style. He has good body control and ball-handling ability. The Warriors could use a forward that can score.

7. Toronto Raptors- Scottie Barnes, F, Florida State

The Raptors might be ready for a rebuild. Barnes played point guard at Florida State and could help run the offense at the NBA level.

8. Orlando Magic- Moses Moody, G, Arkansas

After selecting Mobley, the Magic can get a three-level scorer in Moody to pair with Cole Anthony.

9. Sacramento Kings- Kai Jones, PF/C, Texas

The backcourt is stacked with D’Aaron Fox, Tyrese Haliburton and Buddy Hield. Sacramento needs to get some bigs and Jones was a much-improved player this season at Texas.

10. New Orleans Pelicans- Davion Mitchell, G, Baylor

New Orleans needs better perimeter defense and Mitchell is a good two-way player.

11. Charlotte Hornets- Franz Wagner, F, Michigan

The Hornets are loaded at the guard position and need to make some moves for forwards and bigs. Wagner can get to the basket and create from the forward spot.

12. San Antonio Spurs- Keon Johnson, G, Tennessee

Johnson didn’t perform up to expectations at Tennessee, but he provided flashes of getting to the basket.

13. Indiana Pacers- Corey Kispert, G/F, Gonzaga

The Pacers need to get players who can space the floor for their good interior players and Kispert is a very efficient offensive player.

14. Golden State Warriors- James Bouknight, G, UConn

Bouknight is a great scorer who could help open things up for Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.

15. Washington Wizards- Isaiah Jackson, F, Kentucky

Washington could really use a rim-protector to help their poor defense. Jackson protects the rim and rebounds, but needs to work on his offensive game.

16. Boston Celtics- Josh Giddey, PG, Australia

Giddey has great size and creates well, as he averaged 7.5 assists per game in Australia.

17. Memphis Grizzlies- Cameron Thomas, G, LSU

Thomas isn’t afraid to shoot, but he needs better shot selection to be more efficient. Playing with Ja Morant could help.

18. Houston Rockets- Nah’Shon Hyland, G, VCU

Hyland can light it up and create his own shot. Playing next to Cade Cunningham will open things up for him.

19. New York Knicks- Ayo Dosunmu, G, Illinois

Derrik Rose played well, but the Knicks need a point guard of the future. Getting Dosunmu will allow Immanuel Quickley to play off-ball.

20. Atlanta Hawks- Josh Christopher, G, Arizona State

Christopher only played 15 games, but proved he coudl score, as he averaged 14.3 points per game.

21. New York Knicks-  Johnny Juzang, G, UCLA

The Knicks have great defense, but they need to add more shooters to the roster to make a deep run in the playoffs.

22. Los Angeles Lakers- Miles McBride, PG, West Virginia

McBride can play defense, create for teammates and hit his shots. He is the perfect role player for the Lakers as they look to continue competing for championships.

23. Houston Rockets- Usman Garuba, C, Spain

With so many first round picks, the Rockets may use one on a draft and stash.

24. Houston Rockets- Jaden Springer, G, Tennessee

Springer didn’t take many 3-pointers, but he hit 43.5 percent when he did take them. That, plus his athletic tools, make him a solid late-round pick for the Rockets.

25. Los Angeles Clippers- Charles Bassey, C, Western Kentucky

Bassey has solid athleticism for a big and runs the floor well.

26. Denver Nuggets- Roko Prkacin, PF, Croatia

The Nuggets could use another developmental big.

27. Brooklyn Nets- Tre Mann, PG, Florida

Brooklyn doesn’t need much help in their starting lineup, but a developmental point guard would greatly benefit the roster.

28. Philadelphia 76ers- Jared Butler, PG, Baylor

The 76ers need more of a scoring punch from their bench and Butler was a great college scorer.

29. Phoenix Suns- David Duke, PG, Providence

The Suns can get a solid young point guard to develop behind Chris Paul.

30. Utah Jazz- Brandon Boston, G/F, Kentucky

Boston didn’t have quite the year he hoped he would have at Kentucky, but still showed flashes of greatness.

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