12. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Houston) - Tyrese Proctor, G, Duke
With the way things are trending this season, there's a chance that the Oklahoma City Thunder will end up with two picks in the lottery (and none of them would be of their own). I think heading into the draft, considering how much draft capital they have over the next few years, this could finally be the year where they make a big trade. Maybe that will involve one or two of these picks that they have control over.
If they do end up making the selections, they could go several ways. I'd think they'd go with the best player available. With this first selection, Tyrese Proctor of Duke could be in play as a way to add some depth to their backcourt behind and next to Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, who has been the do-it-all leader of OKC over the last few seasons.
In his sophomore season at Duke, Proctor is averaging 10 points and five assists per game on 44 percent shooting from the field (all numbers that are improved from last season). If he continues to improve his game this season, he should be a fixture as a lottery pick.