A Royal Pain’s 2020 NBA Mock Draft 1.0: Who Will The Sacramento Kings Pick?

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Isaac Okoro (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
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Scouting Report. SF. Isaac Okoro. #7. player. 24. Pick Analysis. Auburn

There may be sweeping changes coming to the Chicago Bulls this summer, all the way from the front office down to the roster. Some of those changes could include trading valuable assets like Zach LaVine and Lauri Markkanen. Trades could come before or during Draft Night, which could change the Bulls lottery positioning for better or worse.

But as it currently stands, the Bulls will likely be in a position to draft the best player available with the seventh overall selection. There are still some solid lottery prospects on the board in our mock, including North Carolina point guard Cole Anthony who was a projected top-5 pick before the season. If Chicago chooses to re-sign Kris Dunn as well as keep LaVine, then the backcourt depth is certainly the least of the Bulls’ issues.

Chicago could be as high as we are on small forward Isaac Okoro from Auburn. He is a kind of “jack of all trades” on the offensive end, which could give another scoring option to the Bulls who are current ranked 25th in points per game. His game has been compared to that of Andre Iguodala‘s, a solid comparison given his ability to be a high-quality defender as well.

The Bulls will be one of the real wild cards when it comes to the lottery selections, and who they pick or how they move up or down the draft board will be something to monitor.