The champion Bucks have found it very prudent to draft developmental big men, and their next big addition could be a player like Thor. He rarely took games over, but he can jump out of the gym, and Milwaukee can stick him in the G League with the hope of eventually tapping into that vast reservoir of potential.
Murphy is another über-versatile Virginia alum that could work perfectly with the Knicks. With the shooting stroke to be profiled as a guard and enough length to play as a traditional forward, Thibodeau could plug him anywhere and watch him take over games from beyond the arc.
After going for a forward and a springy guard in the first round, Orlando decides to get Anthony and Fultz a backup in McBride, a rock-solid point guard who should be a plus defender as a rookie with the scoring potential to earn himself some playing time as a rookie. His massive improvement from his freshman year should appeal to the Magic.
Brown is still extremely raw on both ends of the floor due to his unrealized skill on offense and defense that can vary wildly from possession to possession, but the former top recruit would join a Thunder staff that will do everything they can to get him playing time. Brown is a first-round talent OKC will steal in the second round.