28. Los Angeles Clippers: C.J. Wilcox (SG, Washington)

The Clippers found stability last year in starting shooting guard J.J. Redick, who averaged a career-high 15.2 points per game in his first season in Los Angeles. With Wilcox, the Clippers could add yet another shooter to their roster to stretch the floor for Chris Paul, arguably the best point guard in the game. Wilcox is deadly from long range and has shown the ability to guard multiple positions on the perimeter. He stands at 6-5, but measured a nearly 6-10 wingspan at the NBA draft combine.
Steven Bisig, USA Today Sports
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