NBA Mock Draft 2015: Six Kentucky Wildcats Go In First Round

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Mar 13, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Andrew Harrison (5) drives against Florida Gators forward Devin Robinson (3) during the first half of the third round of the SEC Conference Tournament at Bridgestone Arena. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

26. San Antonio Spurs

29. The Spurs could use some help in the frontcourt and while Montrezl Harrell is undersized, he makes up for it in tenacity. The pick may remind some of another former undersized Spur, DeJuan Blair.. Power Forward. Louisville. Montrezl Harrell. 26. player

27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Houston Rockets)

player. 20. A point guard with size and a willingness to get scrappy on defense, Wright caps off a good first round for the Lakers who added Jahlil Okafor with the second pick.. Point Guard. Utah. Delon Wright. 27

28. Boston Celtics (from Los Angeles Clippers)

18. Robert Upshaw has the potential to be the rim protector the Celtics need, if he can overcome character concerns to thrive in the NBA.. Center. Washington. Robert Upshaw. 28. player

29. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta Hawks)

The Nets need to get more athletic and do just that with Christian Wood. He has a ways to go to grow into his body to be a full time power forward in the NBA, but he’s athletic enough to play “smaller” while he fills out.. Power Forward. UNLV. Christian Wood. 29. player. 147

30. Golden State Warriors

30. player. 41. The Warriors already have depth just about everywhere so they could go in a number of directions with this pick, including trading it away. Picking Andrew Harrison gives the Warriors more size in the backcourt and he’s used to playing in big games as a former Kentucky Wildcat.. Point Guard. Kentucky. Andrew Harrison

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