25. LA Clippers – Ayo Dosunmu, G, Illinois
The LA Clippers won’t have many glaring needs this offseason unless they lose Paul George in free agency, but adding a prospect such as Ayo Dosunmu would be a smart play. Dosunmu filled up the stat sheet during his junior season at Illinois.
He averaged 20 points, six rebounds, and five assists on good shooting percentages. If he can find the right system, there’s a chance Dosunmu will be a good rotation player for a very long time in the NBA.
26. Denver Nuggets – Joel Ayayi, G, Gonzaga
Even though most of the headlines for Gonzaga’s near-perfect season went to Jalen Suggs and Corey Kispert, there’s another prospect on this team that could emerge as a late first-round pick. Joel Ayayi has gotten better in each of his three seasons at Gonzaga and averaged 12 points and seven rebounds on 39 percent shooting from 3-point range this past season.