65. SF Devin Vassell, Spurs
As last season played out, it was becoming clear that Devin Vassell was slowly surpassing Johnson in terms of talent. He not going to be the best player on the Spurs this season, but being the second-best player is nothing to be ashamed of. He’s one of the best 3-and-D players with the potential to be more than just that role.
64. C Rudy Gobert, Timberwolves
Last season was one of the worst for Rudy Gobert as he adjusted to his new team the Timberwolves. He’s been working on his 3-point shot this offseason as seen in the FIBA games, but it’s more than likely he’s limited as an offensive player. He also saw a drop-off as a defender. That being written, he’s still a very good defender and could bounce back from his rough year last year.
63. PF Jerami Grant, Trail Blazers
Let’s be clear, Jerami Grant was grossly overpaid by the Portland Trail Blazers in an attempt to keep Damian Lillard happy which failed. That being written, Grant is a borderline All-Star in his prime as a two-way player. It will be interesting when the Blazers will trade Grant as he doesn’t fit their timeline.
62. SG Tyler Herro, Heat
After being the subject of trade chatter all summer, Tyler Herro is still a member of the Miami Heat. After winning Sixth Man of the Year a few seasons ago, Herro has been a staple in the starting lineup. He’s a three-level scorer who can get hot fast which should make his valuable to Miami moving forward.
61. SF OG Anunoby, Raptors
Don’t be surprised to see OG Anunoby in trade rumors all season long. He’s a two-way wing in his prime and the Raptors are destined for a rebuild. In the right situation, he has the potential to be an All-Star.