The Pelicans might need to add a point guard considering how Lonzo Ball’s free agency is hanging over the offseason. Why not add a microwave scorer in Dosunmu with off-ball versatility, tremendous shooting, and above-average finishing that he exhibited while winning the Bob Cousy Award for the Fighting Illini last year?
Oklahoma City adds a player in Nix that reinvented himself alongside Green and Kuminga, showing that he can be an oversized point guard with the rebounding skills to play off-ball and the passing to make the transition to a full-time PG. Nix will need to improve reducing his turnovers and getting a reliable pull-up shot.
Todd has a very smooth, advanced offensive game for his age, as his quickness in the open court and surprising array of post moves will make him a low-floor power forward that Dwane Casey should put time into developing. Todd should be on the finishing end of many Cunningham dimes.
Boston was considered a consensus top five pick out of high school, but a poor season shooting the ball at Kentucky drops him down to the second round. Arturas Karnisovas and the Bulls snatch him up here, as they will take on the challenge of taking this potential All-Star and working out the kinks on the bench.