In the sixth part of my top five series, we’ll be looking at the top draft-and-stash prospects in the 2015 NBA Draft. The top two international prospects in this draft, Kristaps Porzingis and Mario Hezonja, will likely be picked in the top 10 of this draft and make a big-time impact either this year or next, so they’ll not be considered. The others will be kept overseas for a few years before making a potential impact later. Notable international players like Manu Ginobili (drafted 57th overall), Nikola Mirotic (23rd overall) and Luis Scola (56th overall) took this route and have benefited from it, as it allows each prospect to grow into their respective games and bodies by the time they’re ready to join the team that drafted them. Which potential impact players will be found in this draft?
Other notables: Alpha Kaba (PF, France), Nikola Milutinov (PF/C, Serbia), George de Paula (PG/SG, Brazil), Timothe Luwawu (SG/SF, France), Nedim Buza (SF, Bosnia & Herzegovina)