18. Atlanta (from Houston via Brooklyn) — Mason Plumlee, 7-0, C, Duke: Unquestionably benefitted from staying in college the full four seasons. Improved each season. Averaged a double-double last year.
19. Cleveland (from LA Lakers) — Reggie Bullock, 6-7, SF, North Carolina: Shot 43.6 percent from 3-point range last season. Though more of a small forward, he is versatile and also a good ballhandler.
20. Chicago — Jamaal Franklin, 6-5, SG, San Diego State: Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau would fall in love with Franklin's defensive presence and determination. A potential sidekick for Derrick Rose.
21. Utah (from Golden State via Brooklyn) — Rudy Gobert, 7-2, C, France: Gobert is a project who has slipped down the board in recent weeks, but his wingspan is still 7-8 1/2 and his standing reach is 9-7.
22. Brooklyn — Tim Hardaway Jr., 6-6, SG, Michigan: Although widely praised as a shooter and scorer, Hardaway struggles with his overall scoring efficiency and his assist-turnover needs to improve.
23. Indiana — Kelly Olynyk, 7-0, C, Gonzaga: The most offensively prolific big man in the draft with an array of moves, Olynyk also is the weakest defender in the post, but Pacers already have Hibbert.
24. New York — Erick Green, 6-3, PG, Virginia Tech: This year's ACC Player of the Year is a combo guard who could play either the point or the wing, thanks to being incredibly efficient offensively.
25. Los Angeles Clippers — Lucas Nogueria, 7-0, C, Brazil: Ranked the No. 2 international prospect behind Gobert, the 20-year-old “Bebe” is ready to shine after having been on the radar for three years.
26. Minnesota (from Memphis via Houston) — Jeff Withey, 7-0, C, Kansas: He was perhaps the best defensive center in college ball and has improved immensely, but needs bigger offensive presence.
27. Denver — Tony Mitchell, 6-9, PF, North Texas: Compares himself to Kenneth Faried, so why not pair them up with the Nuggets? Mitchell loves to be physical and Lionel Hollins could be the new coach.
28. San Antonio — Livio Jean-Charles, 6-9, PF, France: As if the Spurs need more of an international flavor, Jean-Charles has a 7-foot-2 1/2 wingspan and shot .541 FG and .429 3FG in limited playing time.
29. Thunder — Giannis Adetokunbo, 6-9, SF, Greece: OKC could save some money by drafting this highly touted 18-year-old and making him play overseas until he's better prepared for the NBA.
30. Phoenix (from Miami via Lakers and Cleveland) — Glen Rice Jr., 6-6, SF, Rio Grande Valley (D-League): Suns need small forward presence. Rice is solid all-around player with D-League experience.
Second-round order: 31. Cleveland (from Orlando); 32. Thunder (from Charlotte); 33. Cleveland; 34. Houston (from Phoenix); 35. Philadelphia (from New Orleans); 36. Sacramento; 37. Detroit; 38. Washington; 39. Portland (from Minnesota via Boston and Cleveland); 40. Portland; 41. Memphis (from Toronto); 42. Philadelphia; 43. Milwaukee; 44. Dallas; 45. Portland (from Boston); 46. Utah; 47. Atlanta; 48. LA Lakers; 49. Chicago; 50. Atlanta (from Houston); 51. Orlando (from Golden State via Denver and New York); 52. Minnesota (from Brooklyn); 53. Indiana; 54. Washington (from New York); 55. Memphis; 56. Detroit (from LA Clippers); 57. Phoenix (from Denver via LA Lakers); 58. San Antonio; 59. Minnesota (from Thunder); 60. Memphis (from Miami).