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27. Miami Heat – Jeremy Sochan, F, Baylor

The Miami Heat are hoping to make a deep playoff run but they do have some weak places in the depth. And that’s in the frontcourt.

Sochan could offer the Heat the depth they need in the frontcourt, especially with no clear backup to PJ Tucker. Sochan may not have a great ceiling but he could grow in one of the league’s best developmental programs.

28. Golden State Warriors – Bryce McGowens, G, Nebraska

If the Golden State Warriors are looking for guard depth, Bryce McGowens could be an intriguing option. He’s a big guard that could be versatile for the Warriors.

Though, McGowens will need to prove that he can hit the 3-point shot on a consistent basis during his pre-draft workouts. He only shot 27 percent from deep during his freshman season at Nebraska.