NBA Mock Draft 2.0: Wizards snag star building block; Bronny James makes debut

We take a closer look at the Washington Wizards and Chicago Bulls in our NBA Mock Draft 2.0.

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21. New York Knicks (via Dallas) - Kevin McCullar Jr., F, Kansas

As the New York Knicks prepare for what could be back-to-back picks in the late first round of the NBA Draft. If the Knicks do end up keeping both of these picks, they could look to add to their depth in anticipation of another move. One player that the Knicks could target as a prospect that could contribute right away (perhaps similar to what Jaime Jaquez Jr. has done so far this season with the Miami Heat) is Kevin McCullar Jr.

KMJ is one of the most experienced players in college basketball right now as he is in his fifth year in college. In what will likely be his last season in college basketball, KMJ is averaging 19 points, seven rebounds, and five assists on 54 percent shooting from the field and 39 percent shooting from 3-point range so far this season for Kansas.

I'm not saying that KMJ will be able to have the immediate impact that some of the other most experienced players in the draft have had in the past, but there's at least the possibility that he could provide that for a team like the Knicks. And that could be viewed as a valuable possibility for New York.