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Mar 19, 2015; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Arkansas Razorbacks forward Bobby Portis (10) looks for an open teammate as Wofford Terriers forward C.J. Neumann (31) defends in the second half of a game in the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Jacksonville Veteran Memorial Arena. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

16. Boston Celtics

Arkansas. Bobby Portis. 16. player. 18. Bobby Portis makes sense for the Boston Celtics. They need help in their front court and Portis can do that. He can provide size that is really lacking. Brad Stevens can help Portis develop offensively.. Power Forward

17. Milwaukee Bucks

Kelly Oubre. 17. player. 89. Kelly Oubre makes a ton of sense for a Bucks team that loves long players that are able to switch almost everything. <a href=. Small Forward. Kansas

18. Houston Rockets (from New Orleans Pelicans)

Notre Dame. Jerian Grant. 18. player. 169. The Rockets were in a major hurt this year after starter Patrick Beverly got hurt. Grant is a guy who can get his own shot and create for others. Something that nobody currently on the roster outside of <strong><a href=. Point Guard

19. Washington Wizards

player. 142. The Wizards need to add front court depth. Nene and Gortat are still solid but are aging. Looney could help off the bench initially and can develop into a stud. There is concern with his hip that caused me to switch he and Portis. Both bigs could easily go here, depending on who is available.. Power Forward. UCLA. Kevon Looney. 19

20. Toronto Raptors

Shooting Guard. Georgia State. R.J. Hunter. 20. player. 81. R.J. Hunter makes sense for the Toronto Raptors. He is among the best shooters in this draft class. <strong><a href=

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