Original Pick: Tyler Herro, Kentucky
The Miami Heat originally went with the offensive force of Tyler Herro, a player with inconsistent defensive impact but plenty of offensive verve. In this redraft he is already gone, and in his place the Heat take a wildly different player in Gonzaga’s Brandon Clarke.
Clarke is a hyper-efficient finisher and do-it-all big-man defender. He would make an interesting pairing with Bam Adebayo to form the Heat’s big rotation. In Memphis, he has thrived as a bench big and could do the same in Miami.
Original Pick: Romeo Langford, Indiana
The Boston Celtics whiffed big time on their original pick in 2019, taking a highly-touted high school prospect who had a bad freshman season. It didn’t work out, and Langford looks like a minimum-type player coming out of his rookie deal.
Daniel Gafford, on the other hand, has been nothing but impactful as a traditional center. He is a good rim protector and efficient finisher, and his teams just tend to play better when he is on the court. The Celtics would either have a lethal combination with Robert Williams III alongside Gafford, or been able to flip one for talent elsewhere on the roster.