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2020 Mock Off-Season NBA Draft


What will the offseason look like?

This article brings us from draft night to the opening night rosters for the following 2020-21 regular season including the draft, every free agent signing, and every trade that I see coming. The final rosters do not include the two-way contracts as those are so unrealistic to even predict, but the final 15-man rosters are provided.

The biggest thing to remember is I’m using a $109.14 million salary cap and $139 million luxury tax threshold which assumes a cap smoothing is agreed to. I took into account where each team is and where they will be looking to improve based on their direction this offseason.

This isn’t to just make the best team possible for all 30 teams or even what I think each team SHOULD do this offseason. This is more so what I expect to see each team do. I hope you enjoy the 2020 offseason.


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NBA Draft Results

First Round

1. Minnesota Timberwolves – Anthony Edwards
2. Chicago Bulls (via Golden State Warriors) – LaMelo Ball
3. Charlotte Hornets – James Wiseman
4. Phoenix Suns (via Chicago Bulls) – Obi Toppin
5. Cleveland Cavaliers – Deni Avdija
6. Atlanta Hawks – Tyrese Haliburton
7. Detroit Pistons – Killian Hayes
8. New York Knicks – Devin Vassell
9. Boston Celtics (via Washington Wizards) – Onyeka Okongwu
10. Detroit Pistons (via Phoenix Suns) – Isaac Okoro
11. San Antonio Spurs – Precious Achiuwa
12. Sacramento Kings – Patrick Williams
13. New Orleans Pelicans – Aaron Nesmith
14. Washington Wizards (via Memphis Grizzlies) – Cole Anthony
15. Orlando Magic – Saddiq Bey
16. Portland Trail Blazers – Kira Lewis
17. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Brooklyn Nets) – Theo Maledon
18. Charlotte Hornets (via Dallas Mavericks) – Tyrese Maxey
19. Brooklyn Nets (via Philadelphia 76ers) – Jalen Smith
20. San Antonio Spurs (via Miami Heat) – Josh Green
21. Philadelphia 76ers (via Oklahoma City Thunder) – Jaden McDaniels
22. Denver Nuggets (via Houston Rockets) – Aleksej Pokusevski
23. Utah Jazz – RJ Hampton
24. Milwaukee Bucks (via Indiana Pacers) – Tyrell Terry
25. Dallas Mavericks (via Denver Nuggets) – Isaiah Stewart
26. Washington Wizards (via Boston Celtics) – Leandro Balmaro
27. New York Knicks (via Los Angeles Clippers) – Paul Reed Jr.
28. Los Angeles Lakers – Devon Dotson
29. Toronto Raptors – Daniel Oturu
30. Sacramento Kings (via Milwaukee Bucks) – Malachi Flynn

Trades in the first round:

Bulls get: 2nd Overall Draft Pick
Warriors get: Kelly Oubre, 10th Overall Draft Pick and 2021 Top 5 Protected Bulls 1st
Suns get: 4th Overall Draft Pick


Pistons get: 10th Overall Draft Pick and Kevon Looney
Warriors get: Luke Kennard


Celtics get: 9th Overall Draft Pick
Wizards get: 14th Overall Draft Pick, 26th Overall Draft Pick and 30th Overall Draft Pick


Hornets get: Dwight Powell and 18th Overall
Mavericks get: Cody Zeller


Heat get: LaMarcus Aldridge
Spurs get: Kelly Olynyk and 20th Overall Draft Pick


Thunder get: 31st Overall Draft Pick and Cash
Mavericks get: 25th Overall Draft Pick


Kings get: 30th Overall Draft Pick
Wizards get: 35th Overall Draft Pick and Cash

Second Round

31. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Golden State Warriors) – Zeke Nnaji
32. Charlotte Hornets (via Cleveland Cavaliers) – Nico Mannion
33. Minnesota Timberwolves – Udoka Azubuike
34. Atlanta Hawks – Vernon Carey
35. Brooklyn Nets (via Detroit Pistons) – Jahmi’us Ramsey
36. Golden State Warriors (via New York Knicks) – Tyler Bey
37. Portland Trail Blazers (via Chicago Bulls) – Jordan Nwora
38. New York Knicks (via Charlotte Hornets) – Tre Jones
39. New Orleans Pelicans (via Washington Wizards) – Xavier Tillman
40. Philadelphia 76ers (via Phoenix Suns) – Elijah Hughes
41. San Antonio Spurs – Abdoulaye N’Doye
42. New Orleans Pelicans – Payton Pritchard
43. Sacramento Kings – Desmond Bane
44. Portland Trail Blazers (via Memphis Grizzlies) – Grant Riller
45. Orlando Magic – Cassius Winston
46. Washington Wizards (via Portland Trail Blazers) – Skylar Mays
47. Boston Celtics (via Brooklyn Nets) – Cassius Stanley
48. Los Angeles Clippers (via Dallas Mavericks) – Robert Woodard II
49. Philadelphia 76ers – Reggie Perry
50. Atlanta Hawks (via Miami Heat) – Yam Madar
51. Toronto Raptors (via Utah Jazz) – Isaiah Joe
52. Sacramento Kings (via Houston Rockets) – Filip Petrusev
53. Oklahoma City Thunder – Nick Richards
54. Indiana Pacers – Immanuel Quickley
55. Washington Wizards (via Denver Nuggets) – Ashton Hagans
56. Charlotte Hornets (via Boston Celtics) – Killian Tillie
57. Atlanta Hawks (via Los Angeles Clippers) – Markus Howard
58. Philadelphia 76ers (via Los Angeles Lakers) – Yves Pons
59. Atlanta Hawks (via Toronto Raptors) – Sam Merrill
60. New Orleans Pelicans (via Milwaukee Bucks) – Jay Scrubb

Trades in the second round:

Hawks get: Zhaire Smith, Mike Scott, 34th Overall Draft Pick and 36th Overall Draft Pick
76ers get: Cash


Nets get: 35th Overall Draft Pick
Wizards get: 55th Overall Draft Pick, 2021 Atlanta Hawks 2nd and Cash


Hawks get: 48th Overall Draft Pick, 51st Overall Draft Pick and 2021 Minnesota Timberwolves 2nd
Warriors get: 36th Overall Draft Pick


Trail Blazers get: Isaac Bonga and 37th Overall Draft Pick
Wizards get: 46th Overall Draft Pick, 2022 Portland Trail Blazers 2nd and Cash


76ers get: 40th Overall Draft Pick
Grizzlies get: 2021 Knicks 2nd and Cash


Bulls get: Cash
Trail Blazers get: 44th Overall Draft Pick


Hawks get: 57th Overall and Cash
Clippers get: 48th Overall


Hawks get: 59th Overall Draft Pick and Cash
Raptors get: 51st Overall

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