A Royal Mock Draft: Kings Land a Gem at 6

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Jan 17, 2015; San Diego, CA, USA; UNLV Rebels guard Rashad Vaughn (1) is defended by San Diego State Aztecs forward Winston Shepard (13) during the first half at Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

26. San Antonio Spurs

26. player. 29. The San Antonio Spurs are going to need help at guard position. <strong><a href=. Shooting Guard. UNLV. Rashad Vaughn

27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston Rockets)

The Lakers take a risk on Upshaw at the end of the first round. He has immense talent and can be a rim protector. If they take Russell at 2, this pick makes a ton of sense. If they take Okafor, they could look at a guard like Joseph Young or Terry Rozier.. Center. Washington. Robert Upshaw. 27. player. 20

28. Boston Celtics (from Los Angeles Clippers)

Syracuse. Chris McCullough. 28. player. 18. Chris McCullough is an uber-talented swing man that has a high ceiling at the next level. He likely would have gone higher had he not been injured during his freshman season at Syracuse. While his ceiling is high, his floor is fizzling out. The risk may be worth it for the Celtics at this point Brad Stevens may be the guy to get the most out of this talented, young player.. Power Forward

29. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta Hawks)

Louisville. Terry Rozier. 29. player. 147. Terry Rozier is a prospect that makes sense for multiple teams in the back end of the draft. He can score and handle the ball. His peak is <strong><a href=. Point Guard

30. Golden State Warriors

Power Forward. UNLV. Christian Wood. 30. player. 41. Christian Wood is an athletic big that is a project. But this project has the potential to become a elite player. The Warriors have the staff in place and the time to wait on Wood. Great gamble this late.

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