What should we expect heading into the 2020 NBA draft lottery on Thursday (8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN following Bucks-Magic)?
While there’s some consensus among teams surrounding the top three prospects — including guards Anthony Edwards and LaMelo Ball, along with big man James Wiseman — we won’t have a clear picture until the final draft order is established. This was already considered a wide-open class back in February, and now teams will be selecting with less information than ever before.
Heading into this week’s drawing, let’s update our full, two-round mock draft based on the latest intel, including a look at the draft ranges for first-round prospects and how they might fit in their likely landing spots.