NBA Mock Draft 2015: Toronto Raptors Select Delon Wright

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Mar 29, 2015; Syracuse, NY, USA; Louisville Cardinals forward Montrezl Harrell (24) handles the ball against Michigan State Spartans forward Matt Costello (10) during the second half in the finals of the east regional of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

26. San Antonio Spurs

Montrezl Harrell. 26. player. 29. San Antonio can just take the best available player here, since their roster doesn’t have a pressing need. Harrell is a high-energy player that can contribute off the bench. Learning behind <strong><a href=. Power Forward. Louisville

27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston Rockets)

Stanford. Anthony Brown. 27. player. 20. Brown can really shoot it from the perimeter, shooting 45 percent from three as a junior and 44 percent last season. At 6-foot-6, he has the length to play a number of positions.. Small Forward

28. Boston Celtics (from Los Angeles Clippers)

Sam Dekker. 28. player. 18. After taking a defensive wing at No. 16, the Celtics will take a versatile forward in Sam Dekker. Although this is very late in the draft for Dekker, he is an athletic forward who would contribute right away on the Celtics.. Small Forward. Wisconsin

29. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta Hawks)

Rozier’s draft stock has risen over the past few weeks and people believe that he might be the “steal of the draft”. While playing at Louisville, Rozier was a tough defender that could get to the basket in a variety of ways. With <strong><a href=. Point Guard. Louisville. Terry Rozier. 29. player. 147

30. Golden State Warriors

Joseph Young. 30. player. 41. Joseph Young can score at will and is capable of playing both guard positions. Another name to keep an eye on is Pat Connaughton. At Notre Dame, Connaughton was a sharpshooter, hitting 42 percent of his shots from behind the arc. Either way, both players are the kind of offensive talents that should fit in well with <strong><a href=. Shooting Guard. Oregon

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