MagicMatic wrote:16th pick - Not a big. Ability to create offense.
46th pick- Not a big. Ability to create offense.
Nothing else matters.
I'm in a similar boat, at least for the 1st round pick.
Definitely cannot draft a C in the first round given the roster construction.
The only way a PF makes sense is if one of Gordon/Isaac gets moved, which probably isn't likely either.
So best point or wing prospect available at 16.
With Zion, Morant, Barrett, Reddish, Culver and Hunter seemingly making up the top 6, the odds are extremely likely that the Magic will be able to choose from one of the White, Langford, Garland, Porter Jr, NAW and K. Johnson group.
As far as the 2nd round pick goes, just pick the BPA regardless of position. Even if it's a center, they can maybe replace Birch in a year.