A Royal Mock Draft: Kings Land a Gem at 6

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Mar 18, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Emmanuel Mudiay of Prime Prep Academy poses for a portrait. He is a finalist for the USA Today Player of the Year Award. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

6. Sacramento Kings

Point Guard. China. Emmanuel Mudiay. 6. player. 67. The Kings get a draft gem to fall to them. He can be an elite guard that is loaded with potential. He will need to develop as a shooter but can do everything else. Ideally <strong><a href=

7. Denver Nuggets

player. 73. Winslow has a chance to be a really goo player that can fit in almost every system. He can be a lock down defender that can attack the hoop offensively. The jump sot will need some work, but there is potential for that to develop. Think <strong><a href=. Small Forward. Duke. Justise Winslow. 7

8. Detroit Pistons

64. Stanley Johnson makes sense for the Detroit Pistons. He can be a lock down defender that can provide offense, much like Justise Winslow. Johnson doesn’t have the upside of Winslow, but he will be a solid rotaiton wing at the NBA level.. Small Forward. Arizona. Stanley Johnson. 8. player

9. Charlotte Hornets

Devin Booker. 9. player. 170. Devin Booker shot up my draft board this week. Talent wise he should have been closer to the top 15 than the bottom, especially in a league obsessed with shooting. Booker is the best shooter in this draft class and should go high, but fit will be key. The Hornets could use shooting from their back court.. Shooting Guard. Kentucky

10. Miami Heat

player. 110. Worst case scenario Willie Cauley-Stein is the next Chris “Birdman” Anderson. He is a guy who can set screens and roll to the hoop on offense. On Defense he protects the rim and is dominant. Best case scenario he becomes <strong><a href=. Center. Kentucky. Willie Cauley-Stein. 10

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