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NYRaider 2022 NBA Mock Draft 3.0

1. Detroit: Paolo Banchero | FC | Duke

2. Orlando: Jabari Smith | F | Auburn

3. New Orleans: Chet Holmgren | FC | Gonzaga

4. Oklahoma City: Jalen Duren | FC | Memphis

5. Houston: Kennedy Chandler | PG | Tennessee

6. Indiana: Jaden Ivey | CG | Purdue

7. San Antonio: Kendall Brown | GF | Baylor

8. Sacramento: Keegan Murray | F | Iowa 

9. Portland: Patrick Baldwin Jr | F | UW Milwaukee

10. Toronto: Yannick Nzosa | C | Congo 

11. New York: Jaden Hardy | CG | G-League 

12. Minnesota: Ousmane Dieng | F | France

13. Atlanta: TyTy Washington | G | Washington

14. Philadelphia: Jean Montero | PG | OTE

15. Dallas: Dyson Daniels | GF | G-League

16. Oklahoma City: Bennedict Mathurin | GF | Arizona

17. Memphis: AJ Griffin | GF | Duke

18. Denver: Mark Williams | C | Duke

19. Cleveland: Peyton Watson | GF | UCLA

20. Boston: JD Davidson | PG | Alabama

21. New York: Caleb Houstan | GF | Michigan

22. Memphis: Nikola Jovic | F | Serbia

23. Washington: Trevor Keels | G | Duke

24. Houston: Bryce McGowens | GF | Nebraska 

25. Milwaukee: Damion Collins | FC | Kentucky

26. Chicago: Julian Champagne | GF | St Johns 

27. Miami: Terrance Shannon | GF | Texas Tech

28. Memphis: Max Christie | GF | Michigan State 

29. Golden State: Ochai Agbaji | GF | Kansas

30. Phoenix: Jabari Walker | F | Colorado 

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Nothing to do with the 2022 NBA draft but I really like DJ Wagner's game. If only he had his dad's explosion, he'd be a generational talent. His game is incredibly smooth and controlled. His ability to finish going right and left is special. LIS, the only issue with him is he's a below the rim type athlete (I swear I don't know if I've ever seen him dunk) and he's doesn't have a very explosive first step. It's a good one, but I need to see how it works against NBA athletes before I'd call it an absolute plus. Of course, NBA spacing is going to help this kid out tremendously too. He's a 25-30 PPG type player at the NBA level with his scoring diversity. Kid has no problem, even at 16/17, scoring consistently off contested shots. Body contact doesn't bother him whatsoever which is rare to see from a 6'3" HS guard. 

Just wish he were more explosive.

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57 minutes ago, beekay414 said:

Wouldn't shock me if Chet falls a bit or even returns to Gonzaga.

Meh, I think Chet will go top 3 based on upside alone. Not many 7'4" kids that can move the way that he does and after the top tier of prospects the class is pretty meh. 

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