Welcome to Bulls’ joke project for the NBA Tap 2020! When we meet on the 18th. As we approach the November Real Deal, we will predict who we think each team will be on the respective picket lines. Today’s edition covers the entire second round, with 16 to 30 people selected from the first round, and the final edition ends with a selection of the top 15. Let’s go inside.

31. DAL: Leandro Bolmaro, SG, Barcelona

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As is the case with many international players, the Bolmaro raises several questions. The Argentines did not play a decisive role in the attack of Barcelona, one of the best teams in Europe. Bolmaro can see the ground well at a height of 6’7 and shows average enough running without seeing most of the ball. From a defensive point of view, the Bolmaro is very versatile and keeps guards until the fourth section. It would have considerably strengthened the defense of the Mavericks, who were in 22nd place.

32. AMP: Paul Reed, PF, DePaul

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Charlotte just needs to add some talent. After the likely selection of a guard with a third overall choice in this design, the hornets will be bigger, but they will remain on the path to talent. Reed is a great defender because he steals an average of 2.6 blocks and 1.6 per game last season. His shooting could certainly improve, but he gave average figures in this area, so there’s an offensive basis for the work.

33. MIN: Xavier Tillman, PF, str. Michigan

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T-Wolves may want to contribute to their first dives and their three or four extended positions. Minnesota’s early selection should be very offensive. Tillman’s pickup will match that of the defense because he was a defensive pillar for the state of Michigan. He can also clear the hall. Although he’s not the best shooter, he makes good decisions with the bullet in his hand. In general, however, Tillman offers the protection that Minnesota certainly needs.

34. IHP: Jordan Noora, SF, Louisville

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Noora will improve Philadelphia on the offensive side. It offers a size and a sporty character and is a very good long distance shooter. Another player who can adapt to the room will be very useful for Ben Simmons and Joel Ambid. Noora can improve her defensive skills, which was predictable by working with a Philadelphia team that is good at it.

35. SAC: Cassius Stanley, SG, Duke

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Kings are desperate for athletic wings and strong defenders. Stanley meets both conditions. It will provide extra protection around the perimeter to prevent rolling in the middle of the floor. Stanley can also support De’Aaron Fox during the transition period. However, Duke’s product will have to improve his attack if he wants to stay in the league for a long time.

36. IHP: Daniel Otura, C, Minnesota

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I think Oturu may be one of the most underestimated actors in this project, if you think back in a few years’ time. He can score with color because he averaged almost 22 points per match in Minnesota. He’s got a decent jump, although he can do better. What interests me the most is if and how he fits into the team with Ambiid in the field. If they get along well, I think they can make an excellent 1-2 for years to come.

37. WAT: Malachi Flynn, PG, San Diego,.

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Flynn is another player who can be strongly underestimated. He should have been a confident front-runner if he had been transferred to the draft after his final year in Washington State, but the lack of significant improvement after the handover year and his junior season made him glide with confidence in the support in this heavy draft. But because John Wall fell out of Achilles’ wound and Bradley Beale may have been sold, the Wizards will be looking for an extra guard to perform. Flynn’s height is the most important question mark, because he’s only 1.82 metres tall.

38. NEW YORK: Zeke Nnadzi, PF, Arizona

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Nnadzi adds the Knicks to the front row after their previous selection. This product from Arizona is a great grape variety and has first class athletics. However, Nnadzi is much better able to make decisions than other players with similar characteristics, which can help the Knicks to put them on stage. He really needs to be a little bigger because he’s a little smaller than the NBA average in the middle, but not mobile enough to protect the small supporters and stretch four players.

39. NOP: Nico Mannion, PG, Arizona

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If you deal with Jrue Holiday, the pelicans will look for primary players with the ball. Lonzo Ball is not the long-term solution and Mannion can fulfil this role. Is Nico the answer within the department for the next decade? Probably not. But he’s certainly capable of ensuring consistency on the attacking side and being a good defender like J.J.J. Barea.

40. MEM: Elijah Hughes, SF, Syracuse

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The Grizzlies are likely to be a multi-year play-off team for the next 5 to 7 years, as they have virtually filled four of the five starting positions with long-term responses. The small front seat is the only question mark in the story of Justis Winslow’s injury. Elijah Hughes is perfect for the role. However, he will have to prove that he can shoot the ball more evenly. In addition, he rarely played Syracuse on defense, which is often the case in the NBA.

41. SAS: Jaden McDaniels, F, Washington

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McDaniels is known for its raw but high potential. However, after an inconsistent first year in Washington, it is not clear whether McDaniels reaches this potential or not. Sometimes he looks like a bigger player who uses his height on the ground and does a little bit of everything. If he can grow up, he could become one of the thieves in this interesting drawing.

42. NOP: Udoka Azubuike, Kansas

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The Pelicans are one of the most interesting young teams in the NBA. Azubuke offers solid depth in the middle position when Jackson Hayes is about to get into the starting position. Kansas’ product is a major setback as he has managed to achieve more than ten rebounds per match and more than 2.5 blocks per match in college. He’s quite traditional and has had problems with his injuries, but he’s talented.

43. SAC: Marcus Howard, PG, Market

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Marcus Howard was one of the top basketball bombers in college last season for Marquette. It has the ability to hammer paint and shoot at three points. Howard’s biggest move is his length, because he’s only six feet tall. The Kings do not have much depth in the position, so Howard could look like his second round in 2017, Frank Mason, who has served them well for two years before leaving the team.

44. CHI: Killian Tilly, PF, Gonzaga

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Killian Tilly is a modern stretcher. As a traditional grandmother he doesn’t offer much in defense, but he can play reasonably well in defense around the edge. Tilly can also be an excellent option for catching and pulling or opening the belt from the periphery. He looks a lot like Ryan Anderson.

45. ENT: Robert Woodward II, SF, Mississippi

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Robert Woodward II has a strong three-dimensional potential, because when he studied in Mississippi he developed his shot by hitting 42% of the perimeter. He also managed to fly a little more on average and to block out the competition. Voudard’s playing style is similar to that of Jonathan Isaac from Orlando, and with Isaac he can learn to become that type of player in Orlando.

46. POR: Cassius Winston, PG, Michigan

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Cassius Winston is a four-year starter from Michigan who is a good vanguard and defender. Portland needs more depth in the position of the playmaker, while sophomore Anfernie Simons, the fight. As a quality and experienced striker, Winston can set the bank in motion.

47. BOS: Kenyon Martin Jr, SF, img Academy

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Kenyon Martin Jr. is one of the biggest puzzles of this design. After the graduation season Martin decided to leave the university and join the NBA. Martin had a great season with an average of about 20 points, eight rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1.8 blocks per game. However, it was at the high school level. Considering who his father is, it’s worth a try, and the Celts can afford a lot of hesitation.

48. GSW: Abdulai N’Doi, SG, Cholet.

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Abdulai N’Doi is tall with a wingspan of 7 feet 3 feet. For a guard who is very tall, he can take an offensive point guard position and take up various defensive positions. The Golden State may need a long defender who can play a solid defense. The N’Doi is still in its raw state, but the Golden State is an ideal organization capable of creating opportunities in a victorious culture.

49. IHP: Miles Powell, SG, Seton Hall

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Miles Powell can score, drive to the basket and find the basket. But to become a full-fledged player, he has to develop himself in defense. Powell also has to work on the perimeter plans, because this is one of the biggest needs of the 76 people. Improvements in this area will be crucial if Powell wants to see more minutes in the play-off team.

50. ATL: Nick Richards, C, Kentucky

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The Atlanta Hawks need more depth in the big man’s position. The Richards can do just that while protecting the color better than their current centers. Richards plays the most important role in colour at both ends of the old school. Because the Hawks are young and combative, Richards can play a worthy role and see some real minutes, although he chose to go for a late second round.

51. GSW: Isaiah Joe, SG Arkansas

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Nothing says Golden State Basketball more than a player who made ten three-point attempts in 36 minutes. Joe is an excellent dribbler and his results show it: 42.9% on two, 37.8% on three and 82.7% on the free throw line. Warriors are ideal for the next scenario in which Splash Brother is listed as injured for a while.

52. SAC: Jay Scrabb, SG, Trinity High School (Louisville, Kentucky)

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Since De’Aron Fox is already in transition, Jay Scrubb could be a great asset to the Kings’ attack. His compass is somewhere on Terrance Ross’ baseball field. It will be a rotating figure that will help kings to stand on the bench when they need extra pressure during the transition. Thanks to his physique, Scrabb has a chance to be a reliable defender, but he must be trained in position and rotation to be useful at both ends of the field.

53 OKC: Peyton Pritchard, PG, Oregon

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With the OKC in tank/recovery mode, Mr. Pritchard is a solid man who can be considered a leader and a foundation. Although his four-year record in Oregon is exceptional, he also has the Pac-12 record for the number of minutes played. This experience will facilitate his entry into the NBA and help him reach higher positions more quickly. It is a three-point sniper and moderator that will be used as a backup PW in most facilities. However, it has the potential to establish itself and play an even greater role.

54. DND: Skylar Mays, SG, LSU

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Skylar Mays is not on most people’s selection juries, but he can easily become one of the sleeping candidates in the final stage of the second round. Mayes played all four years at LSU. He started as a joker and floor general, and then moved to the Guard Combo. The ability to play in and out of the backyard, combined with the sound insulation, makes it versatile for any backyard rotation. Since the future of Victor Oladipo with Pacers is in the air, it can be a good lift to stimulate a potential slot or increase the depth of rotation.

55. BKN: Freemason Jones, SG, Arkansas

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Since Kevin Durant and Kyria Irving Star-Power are in Brooklyn, they need deep disks and three-pointed arrows to spread the earth. Mason Jones is superior behind the bow because he fired 35% of the three shots. He had phases in which he found a hot gang and became almost helpless. However, it has not always been consistent. He compensates his gang by making a foul and shooting 82% of the clip from the free throw line.

56 CHA : Nate Hinton, SG, Houston

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In recent years Charlotte has created a young backyard with a lot of potential. If Hornet has a plan to fill his field and Hinton is still on the board, this stone will be the way to add a deep fragment that will represent an elite on the defensive side. His overall defensive performance is far above average, and with an average of 8.7 boards per game, he is an elite-rebounder as SG/SF. In the attack he’s not enough, but he’s still young, because he just finished the second season. It is likely that Hinton will be seen as a rough prospect that could be a project for someone in an offensive position.

57. LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN: Devon Dotson, PG, Kansas

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After the Clippers in 7. WCF, it was clear they were in the finals. A fast-paced player like Dotson can help put them on top. He was one of the leaders of the Kansas team that was one of the favorites to win the NCAA tournament last year. His ability to cut will keep the defense alert, and his ability to shoot is good enough to keep the defense alert. In some productions it was even conceived from the first round onwards.

58. IHP: Taison Alexander, PG, Creighton

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Alexander, a three-man guard would be good for the Sixers. The recording of 38% of the three in the last two years shows that it is built and that its mechanics is flawless in shooting, even in a large number of tests. He’s a smart, solid defender on the glass, but not necessarily physically strong.

59. BY: Lamar Stevens, SF, Penn

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Stevens spent four years in the state of Pennsylvania and slowly moved the program to the G-10. The state tournament of Pennsylvania is expected to take place before KOVID-19 stops for the first time since 2011. As a front combination and with a 6 foot 8, 230 foot frame, Stevens is an excellent option for post and dribble. His athletics should be enough to give him a chance to play in the NBA. The Bank of Toronto will be bigger and more versatile with this stone.

60. NOP: Malik Fitts, PF, St. Mary.

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Fitts is another turning point in the future. Although he succeeded in his low position, he still has the ability to catch and shoot behind the bow. During the transition period Fitts is described as a freight train. The coupling of Fitts with Zion Williamson would make Pelican a force to be reckoned with in the transition.

This completes the first part of the Bull’s Tap in 2020, which will take place in the NBA. See the results of the first round in the coming days.

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