NBA DRAFTS: TOP 5 PICKS

NBA DRAFT. Top 5 Picks
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A) Victor Wembanyama (San Antonio Spurs):- The No.1 overall pick in the 2023 NBA Drafts has finally made it to the NBA with San Antonio Spurs, San Antonio Spurs is on the verge of pairing a fixed-position defender in Jermy Sochan with an elite shot-blocker who will double as both the team’s rim protector and No.1 scoring option.

B)  Brandon Miller (Charlotte Hornets):-  With the second pick Charlotte Hornets has selected Brandon Miller, Miller has shown that he can score at an elite level and already possesses a guard-like ability to handle the ball. He shot 38% from the 3-point line at Alabama which is two percent higher than the NBA average so he can stretch defense from the wing with range that goes well beyond the arc.

C) Scott Henderson (Portland Trail Blazers): The Portland Trail Blazers have selected Scott Henderson with the third pick of the 2023 NBA Draft. Henderson will join Damian Lillard as the league guard. The Blazers got themselves a player who, in a non- Wembanyama year, would be projected as a first-overall pick or a close second. He averaged 17.6 Points, 6.6 assists, and 5.1 Rebounds per game in G league Ignite. S Regular season and showcase schedules.

D) Amen Thompson (Houston Rockets):  After Portland’s pick the Houston Rockets have selected Amen Thompson, Amen a 6 foot 7 guard, joins the young Rockets core featuring Kevin Porter Jr, Jalen Green, and Jabari Smith Jr, He projects as a play maker who can thrive with the ball in his hands and a scorer who can finish at the rim. He could slot in as a primary ball handler in Houston, allowing Porter to operate off the ball. He could also work on the wings.

E) Ausur Thompson (Detroit Piston): With the 5th Pick Detroit Pistons selects Ausur Thompson, A 6-7 foot and a better shooter than his brother Amen Thompson, He will be joining the developing young core in Detroit that features past Lottery picks Jaden Ivey and Cade Cunningham in the back court.


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