Two Lottery Picks, One Draft

The Warriors enter the 2021 NBA Draft as Owners of the 7th and 14th Picks, and we've compiled a select group of Mock Drafts to see who the "experts" predict the Dubs will take with those selections.

Check back often for updates as Draft Day approaches.

Last Updated: July 28, 2021, 12:00 p.m.

The following draft prospects are among those who external media members are predicting to be selected by the Warriors in the 2021 NBA Draft, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Golden State Warriors or its basketball operations staff. The 2021 NBA Draft will take place on July 29 at 5 p.m. (ESPN).

James Bouknight

Guard; 6'5"; 190 lbs.
Connecticut, Sophomore
“He has tremendous shake and has potential to be a genuine three-level scorer in the NBA.” – Sam Vecenie, The Athletic

Josh Giddey

Guard; 6'8"; 200 lbs.
Adelaide (NBL)
“I’m not sure there’s a pass he can’t make, and he seems to know the play a couple steps ahead.” – Zach Harper, The Athletic

Jalen Johnson

Guard-Forward; 6'9"; 210 lbs.
Duke, Freshman
“Johnson is a high-risk, high-reward type of player.” – Krysten Peek, Yahoo! Sports

Jonathan Kuminga

Forward; 6'6"; 210 lbs.
G League Ignite, NBA G League
“Big, physical forward with elite athleticism and big-time two-way potential.” – James Ham, NBC Sports

Davion Mitchell

Guard; 6'1"; 202 lbs.
Baylor, Junior
“Arguably the best two-way player in the college games who is fresh off a national championship.” – Jonathan Givony, ESPN

Moses Moody

Guard; 6'5"; 211 lbs.
Arkansas, Freshman
“He’s physical, he’s quick, and he’s annoying.” – Zach Harper, The Athletic

Franz Wagner

Guard-Forward; 6'9"; 220 lbs.
Michigan, Sophomore
"The best shot blocker in the draft and showcased his presence in the lane." – Krysten Peek, Yahoo Sports

Greg Brown

Forward; 6'9"; 205 lbs.
Texas, Freshman
“The leaping ability and wow-factor of Greg Brown's game is magnetic.” – Kyle Boone, CBS Sports

Chris Duarte

Guard; 6'6"; 190 lbs.
Oregon, Sophomore
“A 42 percent 3-point shooter who hustles and has good instincts on defense.” – Wes Goldberg, Bay Area New Group

Kai Jones

Forward; 6'10"; 221 lbs.
Texas, Sophomore
“Versatile defender who showed some promise as a floor spacer.” – Jonathan Givony, ESPN

Corey Kispert

Forward; 6'7"; 223 lbs.
Gonzaga, Senior
“One of the best shooters and most polished all-around players in college basketball.” –

Cameron Thomas

Guard; 6'4"; 210 lbs.
LSU, Freshman
“Hard for NBA teams to pass on the 23.0 points per game he averaged during his sole collegiate campaign.” – Bryan Kalbrosky, USA Today

Ziaire Williams

Forward; 6'8"; 185 lbs.
Stanford, Freshman
“Wiry like Tayshaun Prince and stronger than he looks.” – James Ham, NBC Sports


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