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2015 NBA Draft Open Thread

Could two Miners find NBA homes today?

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Its not a matter of if, but when will Vince Hunter hear his named called today, but can Julian Washburn also slide up and hear his name called too?

UTEP has a legit shot of having two players drafted, and boy wouldn't that help recruiting?

Who goes where?  Which franchise does Julian or Vince fit into the best?  Who should Minnesota take number one overall?

SB Nation's 2015 NBA Draft Tracker

When: Thursday, June 25, at 7 p.m. ET

Where: Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York


Live Stream: Watch ESPN

2015 First-Round Order

1. Minnesota
2. L.A. Lakers
3. Philadelphia
4. New York
5. Orlando
6. Sacramento
7. Denver
8. Detroit
9. Charlotte
10. Miami
11. Indiana
12. Utah
13. Phoenix
14. Oklahoma City
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15. Atlanta (From Brooklyn)
16. Boston
17. Milwaukee
18. Houston (From New Orleans)
19. Washington
20. Toronto
21. Dallas
22. Chicago
23. Portland
24. Cleveland
25. Memphis
26. San Antonio
27. L.A. Lakers (From Houston)
28. Boston (From L.A. Clippers)
29. Brooklyn (From Atlanta)
30. Golden State

2015 Second-Round Draft Order

31. Minnesota
32. Houston (From New York)
33. Boston (From Philadelphia via Miami)
34. L.A. Lakers
35. Philadelphia (From Orlando)
36. Minnesota (From Sacramento via Houston)
37. Philadelphia (From Denver via Houston, Portland and Minnesota)
38. Detroit
39. Charlotte
40. Miami
41. Brooklyn
42. Utah
43. Indiana
44. Phoenix
45. Boston
46. Milwaukee
47. Philadelphia (From New Orleans via Washington and L.A. Clippers)
48. Oklahoma City
49. Washington
50. Atlanta (From Toronto)
51. Orlando (From Chicago)
52. Dallas
53. Cleveland (From Portland via Chicago and Denver)
54. Utah (From Cleveland)
55. San Antonio
56. New Orleans (From Memphis)
57. Denve(From L.A. Clippers)
58. Philadelphia (From Houston)
59. Atlanta
60. Philadelphia (From Golden State via Indiana)

SB Nation's Big Board

1 Karl-Anthony Towns PF/C Kentucky Towns is the ideal modern big man
2 Jahlil Okafor C Duke Okafor is great ... on one end
3 Mario Hezonja G/F FC Barcelona The cockiest prospect in years
4 Justise Winslow SF Duke The do-it-all wing for a new generation
5 D'Angelo Russell G Ohio State His versatility makes him great
6 Kristaps Porzingis F/C Sevilla Absolutely worth the hype
Willie Cauley-Stein
C Kentucky Can guard anyone on earth
Emmanuel Mudiay
Guandong Big, fast and strong ... but can he shoot?
Frank Kaminsky
PF Wisconsin A legitimate NBA prospect. We're serious
Myles Turner
C Texas Very raw, but offers an intriguing combination of skills
Stanley Johnson
Arizona Has the look of a prototypical NBA small forward
Devin Booker
SG Kentucky The best shooter in the draft
13 Bobby Portis PF Arkansas Good at everything, not great at anything
14 Trey Lyles F Kentucky Very skilled offensively, but who will he guard?
15 Cameron Payne PG Murray State A shorter, older D'Angelo Russell
16 Justin Anderson SF Virginia Has every tool needed to be a "3 and D" wing
17 R.J. Hunter SG Georgia State Much more than a one-shot wonder
18 Kevon Looney F UCLA Stretch 4 with boom or bust potential
19 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SF Arizona Lockdown defender that can't shoot
20 Sam Dekker SF Wisconsin College disappointment that starred in the tourname
21 Kelly Oubre G/F Kansas Has yet to grasp his amazing potential
22 Tyus Jones PG Duke Savvy point guard that might be too small
23 Anthony Brown SF Stanford A potential 3-and-D steal
24 Michael Frazier SG Florida Sleeper combo guard that can shoot
25 Jerian Grant G Notre Dame Experienced combo guard that can play right away
26 Jonathan Holmes F Texas Versatile combo forward
27 Montrezi Harrell PF Louisville Undersized, ferocious rebounder
28 Terry Rozier PG Louisville Point guard prospect with size
29 Richaun Holmes PF Bowling Green Good size and athleticism, but not great offensively
30 Delon Wright PG Utah Big point guard with defensive upside
31 Chris McCullough PF Syracuse Versatile wing with a questionable motor
32 Pat Connaughton G/F Notre Dame Very athletic swingman with great defensive potential
33 Robert Upshaw C Washington Top shot-blocker that must overcome personal demons
34 Jarell Martin F LSU Skilled hybrid forward who suffers defensive lap

35 Jordan Mickey PF LSU Undersized power forward with long arms
36 Nikola Milutinov C Partizan Potential pick-and-roll monster that can protect the rim
37 J.P. Tokoto SG North Carolina Can lock down defensively, but jumper is inconsistent
38 Arturas Gudaitis C Zalgiris Burly center with good touch
39 Joseph Young PG Oregon Undersized guard that can put up points in a hurry
40 Rashad Vaughn SG UNLV Pure scorer that defended poorly in college
41 Cedi Osman SF Anadolu Efes Versatile wing that can do a little bit of everything
42 Christian Wood PF UNLV Talented combo forward; must improve decision-making
43 Guillermo Hernangomez C Sevilla Porzingis' teammate is a polished big man
44 Norman Powell SG UCLA Four-year starter that struggles with his shot
45 Josh Richardson SG Tennessee Overlooked four-year starter that kept developing
46 Tyler Harvey PG E. Washington The nation's top scorer, but undersized for the pros
47 Mouhammadou Jaiteh C Nanterre Raw big that declared in 2013 before pulling out
48 Vince Hunter F UTEP Tough perimeter defender that's still developing
49 Dakari Johnson C Kentucky The forgotten Kentucky big man
50 Aaron White F Iowa Poor shooter, but skilled offensively otherwise
51 Rakeem Christmas C Syracuse Athletic big man with limited skills
52 Olivier Hanlan PG Boston College High-scoring guard stuck between positions
53 Alan Williams C UC-Santa Barbara Tough post scorer and rebounder
54 Michael Qualls SG Arkansas Idiosyncratic, athletic shooting guard
55 Darrun Hilliard SG Villanova Excellent shooter, but lacks NBA athleticism
56 Larry Nance Jr. F Wyoming Athletic 4 with good size. Plays like his dad
57 Cliff Alexander PF Kansas Top recruit that flopped at Kansas
58 Seth Tuttle PF Northern Iowa Solid shooter without much athleticism
59 T.J. McConnell PG Arizona Similar to Aaron Craft
60 Andrew Harrison PG Kentucky Highly-touted recruit that struggles with decision-making