2023 NBA Mock Draft (V2)

It's officially draft week. From names like Brandon Miller to Scoot Henderson, we projected the first round of the 2023 NBA Draft.

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It's officially NBA Draft week. The San Antonio Spurs have won the Victor Wembanyama sweepstakes and will take him with the first pick of the draft barring a shocking change. With the questions surrounding Damian Lillard's future and the back-and-forth debate between Scoot Henderson and Brandon Miller at No. 2, Thursday's draft should be an entertaining night. 

There's been a lot of risers from the first version of the our mock draft. Names like Kobe Bufkin and Dereck Lively have improved their stock with draft workouts and interviews. International prospects like Bilal Coulibaly and James Nnaji showed off some eye-popping physical tests that could bode well for them on draft night. 

With that all being said, we put together the final version of our mock draft. 

1. San Antonio Spurs - Victor Wembanyama, Metropolitans 92 (France)

Victor Wembanyama showing off his wingspan

2. Charlotte Hornets – Scoot Henderson, G-League Ignite

Scoot Henderson Puma Court Rider Chaos

3. Portland Trail Blazers – Brandon Miller, Alabama

Alabama basketball's Brandon Miller

4. Houston Rockets - Amen Thompson, Overtime Elite

5. Detroit Pistons- Ausar Thompson, Overtime Elite

6. Orlando Magic - Cam Whitmore, Villanova

Cam Whitmore at Villanova University

7. Indiana Pacers -Taylor Hendricks, UCF

Taylor Hendricks at the University of Central Florida

8. Washington Wizards - Jarace Walker, Houston

9. Utah Jazz- Cason Wallace, Kentucky

Cason Wallace during the NCAA Tournament for Kentucky

10. Dallas Mavericks - Dereck Lively II, Duke

Dereck Lively II during his freshman season at Duke

11. Orlando Magic - Gradey Dick, Kansas

Gradey Dick during the NCAA Tournament

12. OKC Thunder - Anthony Black, Arkansas

13. Toronto Raptors - Bilal Coulibaly, Metropolitans 92 (France)

14. New Orleans Pelicans - Kobe Bufkin, Michigan

15. Atlanta Hawks - Keyonte George, Baylor

16. Utah Jazz - Jordan Hawkins, UConn

17. Los Angeles Lakers - Kris Murray, Iowa

18. Miami Heat - Noah Clowney, Alabama

19. Golden State Warriors - Brice Sensabaugh, Ohio State

20. Houston Rockets - Leonard Miller, G-League Ignite

21. Brooklyn Nets - Jalen Hood-Schifino, Indiana

22. Brooklyn Nets - Colby Jones, Xavier

23. Portland Trail Blazers - Jett Howard, Michigan

24. Sacramento Kings - Andre Jackson, UConn

25. Boston Celtics - Nick Smith Jr., Arkansas

26. Indiana Pacers - Rayan Rupert, New Zealand Breakers

Rayan Rupert playing basketball for the New Zealand Breakers

27. Charlotte Hornets - GG Jackson, South Carolina

28. Utah Jazz - Dariq Whitehead, Duke

29. Denver Nuggets - Maxwell Lewis, Pepperdine

30. Los Angeles Clippers - James Nnaji, Barcelona/Nigeria

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