Poll: 2016 Community Mock Draft (Pick No. 6)

The 2016 NBA Draft lottery was held on Tuesday night and the Sixers finally landed the elusive No. 1 overall pick after missing out the past two seasons. Now that the exact draft order is locked in, teams can begin targeting specific players who are likely to still be on the board when it is their time to choose. Drafting players is far from an exact science, and many a GM has been second-guessed for his draft night decisions. I’m willing to bet that every team executive has at least one pick that he would like a mulligan for. We at Hoops Rumors thought it would be fun to give our readers the chance to predict the results of this June’s draft, which is what we intend to do with a series of polls.

With the first few picks out of the way, things have begun to get interesting. We’ll continue with the Pelicans, who have plenty of needs to address. Readers, you are now on the clock! Cast your vote for New Orleans’ pick and check back Thursday for the results, as well as to cast your vote for who the Nuggets will select with the No. 7 overall pick. But don’t limit yourself to a simple button click. Take to the comments section below and share your thoughts on the No. 6 overall pick and why you voted the way that you did.

Previous Selections

  1. Sixers — Ben Simmons (LSU)
  2. Lakers — Brandon Ingram (Duke)
  3. Celtics — Dragan Bender (Maccabi Tel Aviv)
  4. Suns — Jaylen Brown (California)
  5. Timberwolves — Buddy Hield (Oklahoma)
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17 thoughts on “Poll: 2016 Community Mock Draft (Pick No. 6)

  1. Chris

    No brainier take whatever shooter is available between Hield and Murray

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  2. wbaldy

    Dunn. Natural PG with great size and athleticism to pair with Davis. Wouldn’t mind Murray either but feel Dunn is better prepared to assume the point next season.

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  3. @CW_Crouse

    Jamal Murray would be a nice partner with A Davis. I even think he will work nicely with Evans. Creating a 1-2 punch in the backcourt.

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  4. mikey

    Center is obviously the weakest position. Jakob poetel is the best choice for them

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    • DarkGhost

      Top 10 picks should never be based on need, they should be based on best player available and Poetel isn’t better than Murray or Dunn

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      • JT19

        They also don’t need a center next to Davis with Asik and Ajinca still on the roster. That would be two high paid guys (plus a young prospect you want to develop) for one position…assuming Davis would play the PF spot. That would also make those three players essentially redudant in a small ball lineup as Davis would most likely be the center. Also Poetl has no offensive game at this point. If anything, the Pelicans could use a stretch four/five which would give Davis space to operate in the post (while also being a threat to shoot from outside) while also opening up driving lines for the other guys.

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