Minnesota Timberwolves: 2020 NBA Mock Draft 1.0

AMES, IA - DECEMBER 12: Tyrese Haliburton #22 of the Iowa State Cyclones. (Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images)
AMES, IA - DECEMBER 12: Tyrese Haliburton #22 of the Iowa State Cyclones. (Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images) /
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15. Orlando Magic – Kira Lewis, Guard, Alabama

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Guard. player. Kentucky. Tyrese Maxey. 16. 86

The Minnesota Timberwolves need another guard to add to their offense-heavy rotation. Maxey is a player that can provide two-way ability as soon as he steps on the court. He has excellent playmaking ability along with shooting upside.

Maxey also brings a lot as a facilitator and should be able to play either guard position. He is an excellent fit for both Malik Beasley and D’Angelo Russell. Maxey is also a high-level pick-and-roll player and should easily mesh with Karl-Anthony Towns.

17. Boston Celtics – RJ Hampton, Guard, USA

18. Dallas Mavericks – Josh Green, Wing, Arizona

19. Milwaukee Bucks – Precious Achiuwa, Forward, Memphis

20. Brooklyn Nets – Aleksej Pokusevski, Big, Serbia

21. Denver Nuggets – Grant Riller, Guard, Charleston

22. Philadelphia 76ers – Tyrell Terry, Guard, Stanford

23. Miami Heat – Devon Dotson, Guard, Kansas

24. Utah Jazz – Desmond Bane, Guard, TCU

25. OKC Thunder – Cassius Stanley, Wing, Duke

26. Boston Celtics – Paul Reed, Forward, DePaul

27. New York Knicks  – Tyler Bey, Forward, Colorado

28. Toronto Raptors – Jahmi’us Ramsey, Guard, Texas Tech

29. LA Lakers – Nico Mannion, Guard, Arizona

30. Boston Celtics – Jaden McDaniels, Forward, Washington

31. Dallas Mavericks – Robert Woodard, Wing/Forward, Mississippi State

32.  Charlotte Hornets – Xavier Tillman, Big, Michigan State

Jalen Smith. 33. Scouting Report. Maryland. Pick Analysis. Center. player. 86

Jalen Smith is a big man that has two elite traits: shooting and interior defense. The Minnesota Timberwolves need both. Smith should be able to play alongside Karl-Anthony Towns seamlessly, whether it be in the rotation or as an eventual starter.

34. Philadelphia 76ers – Killian Tillie, Big, Gonzaga
35. Sacramento Kings – Ashton Hagans, Guard, Kentucky
36. Philadelphia 76ers – Isaiah Joe, Wing, Arkansas
37. Washington Wizards – Isaiah Stewart, Big, Washington
38. New York Knicks – Leandro Balmaro, Wing, Spain
39. New Orleans Pelicans – Jared Butler, Guard, Baylor
40. Memphis Grizzlies – Skylar Mays, Guard, LSU
41. San Antonio Spurs – Malachi Flynn, Guard, SD State
42. New Orleans Pelicans – Nate Hinton, Wing, Houston
43. Sacramento Kings – Payton Pritchard, Guard, Oregon
44. Portland Trail Blazers – Corey Kispert, Wing/Forward, Gonzaga
45. Orlando Magic – Vernon Carey, Big, Duke
46. Boston Celtics – Zeke Nnaji, Big, Arizona
47. Chicago Bulls – Mason Jones, Guard, Arkansas
48. Golden State Warriors – Saben Lee, Guard, Vanderbilt
49. Philadelphia 76ers – Immanuel Quickley, Wing, Kentucky
50. Indiana Pacers – Theo Maledon, Guard, France
51. Oklahoma City Thunder – Cassius Winston, Guard, Michigan State
52. Atlanta Hawks – Tre Jones, Guard, Duke
53. Sacramento Kings – Mamadi Diakite, Forward, Virginia
54. Golden State Warriors – Udoka Azubuike, Big, Kansas
55. Brooklyn Nets – Ayo Dosunmu, Wing, Syracuse
56. Charlotte Hornets – Jay Scrubb, Wing, USA
57. Los Angeles Clippers – Daniel Oturu, Big, Minnesota
58. Toronto Raptors – Yves Pons, Wing, Tennessee
59. Philadelphia 76ers – Trendon Watford, Forward, LSU
60. New Orleans Pelicans – Kenyon Martin, Wing, USA

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