NBA Mock Draft 2019: Pelicans Choose De’Andre Hunter at No. 4

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The New Orleans Pelicans may look to pair De’Andre Hunter with Zion Williamson.

The New Orleans Pelicans discover themselves with a prime 5 choose with lower than per week earlier than the draft day and our newest mock has New Orleans choosing De’Andre Hunter at No. 4. The Pelicans acquired the No. Four choose together with two future first spherical picks from the Lakers in alternate for Anthony Davis.

New Orleans could have a tough resolution to make with so little time remaining. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported the Pelicans are already receiving commerce provides for the choose, so there is no such thing as a assure they keep at No. 4. The Pelicans are already locked in on Zion Williamson with the highest choose and will pair two former ACC foes collectively.

Three seemingly gamers the Pelicans may give attention to is Hunter together with Jarrett Culver and Darius Garland. Hunter provides them some flexibility at each ahead spots apart Brandon Ingram. Julius Randle can be a free agent with no ensures that he can be again with the Pelicans.

Culver additionally is smart however the Pelicans now have a little bit of a logjam at capturing guard. Garland is a reputation to look at relying on how strongly Pelicans GM David Griffin feels about Lonzo Ball being the group’s future level guard.

Here’s a take a look at our up to date NBA mock draft after the commerce.


NBA Mock Draft 2019: 1st Spherical Picks

TEAMPLAYER
No. 1 PelicansPF Zion Williamson, Duke
No. 2 GrizzliesPG Ja Morant, Murray State
No. three KnicksSG RJ Barrett, Duke
No. Four Pelicans (through Lakers)SF De’Andre Hunter, Virginia
No. 5 CavsSG Jarrett Culver, Texas Tech
No. 6 SunsPG Darius Garland, Vanderbilt
No. 7 BullsPG Coby White, UNC
No. eight HawksSG Cam Reddish, Duke
No. 9 WizardsC Jaxson Hayes, Texas
No. 10 HawksF Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga
No. 11 TimberwolvesPF Brandon Clarke, Gonzaga
No. 12 HornetsPF PJ Washington, Kentucky
No. 13 WarmthSF Nassir Little, UNC
No. 14 Celtics (through Kings)F Sekou Doumbouya, Limoges
No. 15 PistonsSG Kevin Porter Jr., USC
No. 16 MagicSF Keldon Johnson, Kentucky
No. 17 Hawks (through Nets)SF Romeo Langford, Indiana
No. 18 PacersG Tyler Herro, Kentucky
No. 19 SpursSG Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech
No. 20 Celtics (through Clippers)F Cam Johnson, UNC
No. 21 ThunderC Bol Bol, Oregon
No. 22 CelticsPF Grant Williams, Tennessee
No. 23 JazzSF Talen Horton-Tucker, Iowa State
No. 24 SixersG Carsen Edwards, Purdue
No. 25 BlazersSF KZ Okpala, Stanford
No. 26 Cavs (through Rockets)C Nic Claxton, Georgia
No. 27 Nets (through Nuggets)SF Matisse Thybulle, Washington
No. 28 WarriorsG Ty Jerome, Virginia
No. 29 Spurs (through Raptors)PF Luka Samanic, Olimpija Ljubljana
No. 30 BucksSF Admiral Schofield, Tennessee