The order for the 2021 NBA Draft is set and the combine is officially in the books. As we creep closer to the magical night on July 29, mock drafts are beginning to come into form.
The NBA Draft is a special night for both players and teams. This is a chance for certain rebuilding teams to change their fortunes with an elite prospect.
For others, they can move their pick in order to land a more established star. Either way, this draft should have plenty of action and it will begin with the Detroit Pistons making the first selection of the night.
While there will not be much drama at No. 1, it will be an exciting night. The Pistons are more than likely going to be adding Cade Cunningham with the first-overall pick. The Houston Rockets will begin the drama with the second selection and we will be off and running.
Now that the NBA Draft Combine is in the books, scouts have had a chance to see players in their entirety. This is a process that can help some players tremendously while hurting others.
This is something to keep an eye on over the next few weeks. Let’s take a look at another version of a mock draft and see if there are any significant changes following the NBA Draft Combine.