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For the first time since the 2004-05 season, the Los Angeles Lakers will have a lottery pick in this year’s NBA Draft. With eight games remaining in the season, the focus is now on lottery positioning and which prospects will be available when they are on the clock. Los Angeles currently holds the sixth worst record in the NBA and according to the latest mock draft from MyNBADraft.com, the Lakers will select Arizona’s Aaron Gordon.

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1

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 200 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Kansas
Class: Freshman

2

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 241 lbs
Position: SF/PF
Team: Duke
Class: Freshman

3

Ht/Wt: 6′ 6″ / 188 lbs
Position: PG/SG
Team: Australian
Class: International

4

Ht/Wt: 7′ 0″ / 240 lbs
Position: C
Team: Kansas
Class: Freshman

5

Ht/Wt: 6′ 9″ / 250 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Kentucky
Class: Freshman

6

Ht/Wt: 6′ 9″ / 220 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Arizona
Class: Freshman

7

Ht/Wt: 6′ 4″ / 200 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Oklahoma St.
Class: Sophomore

8

Ht/Wt: 6′ 2″ / 180 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Syracuse
Class: Freshman

9

Ht/Wt: 6’10″ / 242 lbs
Position: PF/C
Team: Indiana
Class: Freshman

10 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 223 lbs
Position: SF/PF
Team: Creighton
Class: Junior

11 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 11″ / 210 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Switzerland
Class: International

12 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 204 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Duke
Class: Sophomore

13

Ht/Wt: 6′ 4″ / 210 lbs
Position: SG
Team: Michigan St.
Class: Sophomore

14

Ht/Wt: 6′ 6″ / 205 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Michigan
Class: Sophomore

15

Ht/Wt: 6′ 7″ / 200 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Kentucky
Class: Freshman

16 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 203 lbs
Position: SF
Team: Syracuse
Class: Sophomore

17 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 230 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Louisville
Class: Sophomore

18 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 5″ / 180 lbs
Position: PG/SG
Team: UCLA
Class: Freshman

19

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 233 lbs
Position: SF
Team: NC State
Class: Sophomore

20

Ht/Wt: 7′ 0″ / 220 lbs
Position: C
Team: Kentucky
Class: Sophomore

21 *

Ht/Wt: 6’10″ / 225 lbs
Position: PF
Team: Michigan St.
Class: Junior

22

Ht/Wt: 6′ 5″ / 200 lbs
Position: SG
Team: N. Carolina
Class: Junior

23 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 6″ / 200 lbs
Position: SF
Team: Clemson
Class: Junior

24 *

Ht/Wt: 6′ 8″ / 215 lbs
Position: SF
Team: Wichita St.
Class: Senior

25

Ht/Wt: 6′ 9″ / 235 lbs
Position: SF/PF
Team: UCLA
Class: Sophomore

26 *

Ht/Wt: 6’11″ / 280 lbs
Position: C
Team: Bosnia
Class: International

27

Ht/Wt: 6′ 6″ / 200 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Croatia
Class: International

28

Ht/Wt: 6′ 7″ / 215 lbs
Position: SF
Team: Arizona
Class: Freshman

29

Ht/Wt: 6′ 3″ / 170 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Louisianna Lafayette
Class: Junior

30

Ht/Wt: 6′ 1″ / 185 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Nevada
Class: Senior

First Round Traded Draft Picks

# 10 – Denver receives the Knicks 2014 1st round pick as part of the Carmelo Anthony trade.

# 11 – Philadelphia receives New Orleans’ 2014 1st round pick (top 5 protected) and the rights to Nerlens Noel for Jrue Holiday and the rights to Pierre Jackson.

# 12 – Orlando receives the less favorable of New York or Denver’s pick from the Dwight Howard trade.

# 16 – Chicago receives Charlotte’s 2014 1st round pick (Top 10 protected in ’14, top 8 in 2015, unprotected in 2016), Flip Murray and Acie Law for Tyrus Thomas.

# 17 – Phoenix receives Washington’s 2014 1st round pick (top 12 protected in 2014, top 10 in 2015-19, unprotected in 2020) and Emeka Okafor for Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall.

# 18 – Boston receives the least favorable of Atlanta’s and Brooklyn’s 2014 1st round pick, 2016 1st round pick, option to swap 2017 1st round picks with the Nets, 2018 1st round pick, Gerald Wallace, Kris Humphries, MarShon Brooks, Kris Joseph and Keith Bogans for Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Jason Terry and DJ White.

# 21 – Oklahoma receives Dallas’ protected 2013 1st round pick (via Houston), Toronto’s protected 2013 1st rounded pick (via Houston) Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb and a 2013 2nd from pick (via Charlotte) from Houston for James Harden, Cole Aldrich, Lazar Hayward and Daequan Cook. Houston receives Dallas’s 2013 1st round pick (via LA Lakers)(top 20 protected – Dallas picks year between 2012 and 2017) and Derek Fisher for Jordan Hill. The Lakers received the 1st round pick from the Lamar Odom trade trade.

# 23 – Utah receives Golden State’s 2014 1st round pick , Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins, Brandon Rush, 2016 2nd round pick, 2017 1st and 2nd round pick, 2018 2nd round pick (DEN) and cash consideration in a three team trade. The Nuggets received Randy Foye and a 2018 2nd round pick from the Warriors in a sign-and-trade agreement with Andre Iguodala. The Warriors also got Kevin Murphy.

# 24 – Charlotte receives Portland’s 2013 1st round pick (Top 12 protected in 2013 to 2015) from the Gerald Wallace/Joel Pryzbilla trade.

# 26 – Phoenix receives Indiana’s 2014 1st round pick (lottery protected), Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee for Luis Scola.

* – Charlotte receives Detroit’s 2013 1st round pick (protected – top 8 in ’14, top 1 in ’15 and unprotected in ’16) and Corey Maggette for Ben Gordon.

* – Atlanta has the option to swap picks with Brooklyn from a deal that sent Joe Johnson to the Nets.

* – Phoenix receives Minnesota’s 2014 1st round pick (protected – top 13 in 2014, top 12 in 2015, or it becomes a 2016 and 2017 2nd round picks), Wesley Johnson, Brad Miller and Jerome Dyson for Robin Lopez, Hakim Warrick, 2014 2nd round pick, $1.15 million cash in a 3-team deal with New Orleans and Minnesota.

* – Miami receives Philadelphia’s 2014 1st round pick (top 12 protected from 2013-15, unprotected in 2016) and Justin Hamilton for Arnett Moultrie.

* – Chicago receives Sacramento’s 2013 1st round pick (Protected 1-to-12 in 2014, 1-to-10 from 2015-2017) from Cleveland, along Andrew Bynum, Portland’s 2015 and 2016 2nd round picks and the right to swap 2015 1st round picks with Cleveland if the pick is outside of the lottery for Luol Deng. Cleveland receives Sacramento’s 2013 1st round pick (Protected 1-to-12 in 2014, 1-to-10 from 2015-2017) and Omri Casspi for JJ Hickson.
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  • Retired Lakers Tank Commander

    We traded our top 3 pick for 3 useless recent wins. Had we lost those games, the Lakers are now with 22 wins, 1 behind Magic for 3rd. But now we are 6th and could possibly go 7th or 8th depending on Kings/Pistons.

    Now the only hope is from free agency. I thought when we are this bad at least get something out of it (top 3) but unfortunately idiots are running the Lakers.

    • SGV626

      I don’t think you know how the draft works? Just because we are at six dose not mean we cant end up getting a higher pick, There is still a lottery and i think i can remember teams getting a top 3 pick from that 6th spot

    • Sam Saab

      i dont think we will fall to 7th or 8th seeing our upcoming schedule is with almost all playoff teams.

    • KD

      VERY WELL SAID, SAD BUT TRUE THOSE LAST 4 WINS IS EMBARRASING!

  • Joe B

    And if they’re keeping Pringles they may pick McBuckets as a stretch 4 lol….oh just imagine the thought of him guarding Blake Griffin or worse LeBron James, oh our defense just keeps getting better

    • Joe B

      although picking Aaron Gordon I guess wouldn’t be the worst thing possible, he’s super athletic and can play D, I don’t mind that pick I just hope we can get lucky in the draft.

  • comrade24

    this is depressing :( Now i don’t think the Lakers would take Aaron Gordon over Marcus Smart if that’s how the ping pong balls fell, but who knows? This is Jimmy we’re talking about here.

  • SD

    I don’t see why the Magic would take Exum when they see Oladipo as a possible PG and have used him there. I could see them taking Randle who’d fit nicely along side vucevic.

    I could really see the Lakers…if they draft 6 and Exum and none of the big 5 are left…taking Tyler Ennis/Marcus Smart over Gordon. PG is certainly a need for us because we have to consider…will Nash return and at what capacity? Are Farmar/Marshall keepers? Do we keep both?

    I like Gordon though but maybe Vonleh or Embiid are closer to “franchise” guys or guys with more upside.

  • Donatelo Lombardi

    This season was wasted on vain. It shows only what an idiots are M.Kupchak and Jim Buss. For first time in more than 20 years, we have had a good chance to get one of the top 3 picks – Parker, Wiggins and Embiid. Several, absolutely unnecessary wins took as back in the 6-th spot and we have no more chance to catch anyone ahead of us.As other here have said, we can very easely slide down to 7-th, 8-th or even 9-th place on the lottery drawing day.And the pic we will get is going to be nothing more than just a role player. God damn! Millions of fans were so exited to see the final result from this tanking and now… we are left empty-handed. And the worst part of all is that we did it to our self. Nobody else.

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