POSTED: Jun 4, 2015 2:14 AM ET
UPDATED: Jun 25, 2015 7:26 PM ET
The Consensus Mock Draft is a compilation of the best mock drafts around the web. We bring them together to come up with a good estimate of how the 2015 NBA Draft could play out.
A few things of note in our last look at the mock drafts before Thursday's Draft:
- Since our last look, Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns has cemented his status as a unanimous consensus No. 1 pick, with Jahlil Okafor as the likely No. 2 pick.
- One player making a late push up the rankings is Mario Hezonja. The 6-foot-8 swingman out of Croatia who played for Barcelona in Spain, had been all over the board previously, but now shows up as high as No. 4 (Draft Express) and three times at No. 5. He appears most at No. 7, though, so don't expect him to fall past the Nuggets at that slot.
- Justise Winslow is making a late push up the boards. He's going as high as No. 4 to the Knicks in two mocks (USA Today and ESPN.com) and no lower than No. 7.
- Pundits still can't figure out what to do with Kentucky's Willie-Cauley-Stein. He appears as high as No. 5 (Net Scouts) but is showing up lower and lower, falling as low ast No. 13 to the Suns. Someone late in the lottery might be really happy seeing Cauley-Stein on the board there.
- Wisconsin's Sam Dekker makes a late appearance on the consensus, thanks to a high spot on Chad Ford's mock (No. 8) and what seems to be some interest from the Heat at No. 10. Dekker appears in that spot most often (four times), so don't be surprised if he's bound for Miami after Thursday.
- In our first look, the prognosticators had Murray State point guard Cameron Payne penciled in at No. 14 to the Thunder. In our last look pundits had him climbing, but he's settled again at No. 14 to the Thunder. With OKC dealing away Jeremy Lamb on Wednesday, they may be looking for another guard, and the 20-year-old PG could fit the bill.
- Eight players appear in the lottery on all 12 mock drafts: Towns, Okafor, D'Angelo Russell, Emmanuel Mudiay, Kristaps Porzingis, Hezonja, Winslow and Cauley-Stein.
Most common: Pick at which the player is most commonly projected, with number of mock drafts in parentheses. For example, Karl-Anthony Towns is projected to go first in 12 of the mock drafts listed below.
Top 14: To calculate the consensus, we awarded 14 points for the first overall pick, 13 for the second, continuing to 1 for the final lottery pick. The player with the highest point total represents the top overall selection.
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NBA.com: Scott Howard-Cooper
DraftExpress.com: Jonathan Givony
ESPN Insider: Chad Ford
SI.com: Chris Mannix
Sporting News: Sean Deveney
Sheridan Hoops: Joe Kotoch
USA Today: Derek Bodner
Net Scouts: Carl Berman
Bleacher Report: Jonathan Wasserman
ESPN Insider (2): Jeff Goodman
CBS Sports: Zach Harper
Update 6/19/15: The mock draft from Fox Sports (Yardbarker) was replaced by a second from ESPN.com and Bleacher Report's was replaced by one from a different author.