2024 NBA Draft Tracker: Second Round

Welcome to the 2024 NBA Draft tracker from Hoops Wire. We’ll be posting each second-round selection here as soon as it’s available, along with analysis of the prospects/picks, so be sure to check back for the latest. You can view the complete first-round tracker right here.

2024 NBA Draft Tracker


31) Toronto Raptors: Jonathan Mogbo, C, San Francisco

Undersized, but has 7-foot-2 wingspan. Explosive athlete, runs floor well. Looked good at NBA Combine.

32) Utah Jazz: Kyle Filipowski, C, Duke

Good shooter and skilled passer for a big man. Makes plays for others. Cites Nikola Jokic as an influence. Strong spin move to hoop.

33) Milwaukee Bucks: Tyler Smith, F, G League ignite

Turned pro at just 16 years old, opting to play for Overtime Elite. Versatile shot-maker at 6-9. Efficient, can score in a variety of ways.

34) Portland Trail Blazers: Tyler Kolek, PG, Marquette

Great feel for game, led NCAA in assists. Nice range on jumper, made threes at a high rate. Should be ready to contribute right away.

35) Indiana Pacers: Johnny Fuphy, F, Kansas

Expected to go in first round, well-rounded player and strong shooter. Has all the inangibles and plays with high amount of energy.

36) San Antonio Spurs: Juan Nunez, G, Spain

Played in Germany last two seasons. Strong pick and roll player. Outstanding passer. Bigger point man at 6-5.

37) Detroit Pistons: Bobi Klintman, F, Australia

Originally from Sweden, played in Australia’s NBL. Runs floor and can really finish. Steps in passing lanes defensively. Dunker and shot-blocker. Can space floor.

38) Oklahoma City Thunder: Ajay Mitchell, G, UC Santa Barbara

Excellent feel on pick-and-role. Good size for a point guard. Can play on or off the ball. Gritty, determined defender.

39) Memphis Grizzlies: Jaylen Wells, G/F, Washington State

Led Washington State in 3-pointers made and 3-point percentage. Monster showing in PAC-12. Wing who can make shots all over the floor.

40) Phoenix Suns: Oso Ighodaro, C, Marquette

Two-time All-Big East at Marquette. Spent all four years there. One of best-passing big man in draft. Terrific defensive versatility.

41) Philadelphia 76ers: Adem Bona, C, UCLA

Another expected first-rounder. Incredibly explosive, shot-blocker. Gets in passing lanes and finishes strong at the rim. High upside.

42) Charlotte Hornets: KJ Simpson, PG, Colorado

All-Pac 12 first-teamer. Hit game-winner vs. Florida in NCAA tournament. Very efficient at pull-ups and floaters. Great scoring instincts, crafty.

43) Atlanta Hawks: Nikola Djurisic, G/F, Serbia

Just finds ways to score. Strong ball-handler and passer. Word is, he’s likely a draft-and-stash type and will remain overseas.

44) Miami Heat: Pelle Larson, G, Arizona

Recorded 1,200, 500 rebounds, 300 assists and 100 steals. Well-rounded, can shoot the rock.

45) Toronto Raptors: Jamal Shead, G, Houston

Winningest player in this draft class. Major pest defensively with toughness and a high motor. Great feel for the game.

46) Los Angeles Clippers: Cam Christie, G/F, Minnesota

Brother of Lakers guard Max Christie. Dynamic shooter. Best pullup shooter in draft, according to some.

47) New Orleans Pelicans: Antonio Reeves, G, Kentucky

Averaged 20.2 points and 4.2 rebounds as a senior last season. Can fill it up, using strength and a remarkable outside shot. Plays with heart and hustle.

48) San Antonio Spurs: Harrison Ingram, F, North Carolina

Not a great athlete but outstanding fundamentals. Uses craftiness to score. Methodical and strategy-based. He says that’s from years of playing chess. Point forward-type.

49) Indiana Pacers: Tristen Newton, G, UConn

Defensive-minded guard who reminds some of Delon Wright. Keeps ball moving, never forces anything. Strong ball-handler who can score in a pinch.

50) Indiana Pacers: Enrique Freeman, PF, Akron

Former walk-on who impressed at NBA Combine and in individual workouts. Improved outside shooting as senior season went on. Good athlete with endless motor.

51) Dallas Mavericks: Melvin Ajinca, F, France

Likely a draft-and-stash prospect. Strong, high energy. 

52) Oklahoma City Thunder: Quinten Post, C, Boston College

Good athlete who can finish around rim. Protects basket defensively. Plays with a high motor.

53) Memphis Grizzlies: Cam Spencer, SG, UConn

One of the best shooters in draft. Competitive. Great floor game. Sleeper pick by the Grizz.

54) Boston Celtics: Anton Watson, PF, Gonzaga

Versatile big man with strong fundamentals. Stock dropped after he suffered an ankle injury and was unable to work out. Smart player who forces nothing.

55) Los Angeles Lakers: Bronny James, G, USC

First-time ever a father-son duo are playing together in NBA. Both LeBron and Bronny James are Akron natives. Physical guard with improving outside shot.

56) New York Knicks: Kevin McCullar Jr., G/F, Kansas

Excellent rebounder who thrives off putbacks. Strong defender who often steps in passing lanes for steals and easy baskets.

57) Toronto Raptors: Ulrich Chomche, C, Cameroon

Great athleticism, can block shots and finish at the rim. Defends every position well. Sky is the limit.

58) New York Knicks: Ariel Hukporti, C, Germany

Perhaps the best rebounder in draft. Outstanding athleticism, though very raw offensively. Likely draft-an-stash player.

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