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Fox still on the board, they’re guaranteed to NBA Live Mobile Coins get an elite point guard with their next selection. Plus, we all know how much Vivek Ranadive loves shooters.h4 id"udctJ5

Fox still on the board, they’re guaranteed to get an elite point guard with their next selection. Plus, we all know how much Vivek Ranadive loves shooters.h4 id"udctJ5"7) New York Knicks - Dennis Smith Jr., PG, NC StateHere’s a scary thought: Smith might have been the most athletic point guard in college basketball this year, and that was only 12 months removed from a torn ACL.

 

We likely didn’t even see his peak athleticism this year for NC State. There will be questions about Smith’s feel, vision, and jump shot. Still, he can be a big upgrade at point guard for a Knicks team that has had long-running issues at that position.h4 id"K8U4gj"8) Sacramento Kings (via Pelicans) - De’Aaron Fox, PG, KentuckyDe’Aaron Fox might be the fastest player in college basketball.

 

He’s also has the potential to be  IMVU Credits an elite defender at point guard with plus passing vision and the ability to get to the rim. The Kings have Willie Cauley-Stein and Skal Labissiere already, so let’s give them two more Kentucky guys. The Phoenix Suns are jealous. h4 id"EHKB9B"9) Minnesota Timberwolves - Lauri Markkanen, PF, ArizonaMarkkanen has an elite skill as a three-point shooter and he does it at 7-feet tall.

 

His release is quick, his stroke is beautiful, and he’s proven he can combine volume (4.4 attempts per game) with efficiency (43.3 percent from deep). There are questions about his defense, but that’s why his good buddy Karl-Anthony Towns is around. This would give Andrew Wiggins, Zach LaVine, Ricky Rubio, and Kris Dunn an ocean of space to play in. Could be fun. h4 id"Kyq7Ah"10) Charlotte Hornets - Justin Jackson, SF,

"7) New York Knicks - Dennis Smith Jr., PG, NC StateHere’s a scary thought: Smith might have been the most athletic point guard in college basketball this year, and that was only 12 months removed from a torn ACL.

 

We likely didn’t even see his peak athleticism this year for NC State. There will be questions about Smith’s feel, vision, and jump shot. Still, he can be a big upgrade at point guard for a Knicks team that has had long-running issues at that position.h4 id"K8U4gj"8) Sacramento Kings (via Pelicans) - De’Aaron Fox, PG, KentuckyDe’Aaron Fox might be the fastest player in college basketball.

 

He’s also has the potential to be an elite defender at point guard with plus passing vision and the ability to get to the rim. The Kings have Willie Cauley-Stein and Skal Labissiere already, so let’s give them two more Kentucky guys. The Phoenix Suns are jealous. h4 id"EHKB9B"9) Minnesota Timberwolves - Lauri Markkanen, PF, ArizonaMarkkanen has an elite skill as a three-point shooter and he does it at 7-feet tall.

 

His release is quick, his stroke is beautiful, and he’s proven he can combine volume (4.4 attempts per game) with efficiency (43.3 percent from deep). There are questions about his defense, but that’s why his good buddy Karl-Anthony Towns is around. This would give Andrew Wiggins, Zach LaVine, Ricky Rubio, and Kris Dunn an ocean of space to play in. Could be fun. h4 id"Kyq7Ah"10) Charlotte Hornets - Justin Jackson, SF,