Who should the Dubs take with the 2nd pick of the 2020 NBA Draft?


We've compiled a select group of Mock Drafts to show who "experts" predict the Warriors take at No. 2. Check back often for updates as Draft Day approaches.


Last Updated: Nov. 17, 2020, 11:30 a.m.

The following draft prospects are among those who external media members are predicting to be selected by the Warriors in the 2020 NBA Draft, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Golden State Warriors or its basketball operations staff.

Deni Avdija

Forward; 6'9"; 225 lbs.
Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel
Brings offensive creation and scoring touch while also bringing value on the defensive end. – Eric Fawcett, Sporting News


LaMelo Ball

Guard; 6'7"; 190 lbs.
Illawarra Hawks, Austrailia
His floor vision and court savvy give him franchise-changing potential. – Scott Gleeson, USA Today


Anthony Edwards

Guard; 6'5"; 235 lbs.
Georgia, Freshman
Has elite defensive upside, and could develop good offensive habits playing alongside so many proven winners. – Kevin O'Connor, The Ringer


Onyeka Okongwu

Forward; 6'9"; 245 lbs.
USC, Freshman
Plays with a ferocity that nobody else in the lottery has. – Jason McIntyre, Fox Sports


Obi Toppin

Forward; 6'9"; 220 lbs.
Dayton, Sophomore
The kind of prospect that general managers will find hard to pass on. – Matt Norlander, CBS Sports


James Wiseman

Center; 7'1"; 247 lbs.
Memphis, Freshman
The best shot blocker in the draft and showcased his presence in the lane. – Krysten Peek, Yahoo Sports



 
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