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After reviewing and analyzing the first round picks of the NBA draft, here is a list of all the players drafted in the second round.

First ten picks in the second round

The Charlotte Hornets selected Frank Jackson as a 31st pick, a shooting guard from Duke and traded him to the Pelicans.

The Phoenix Suns selected Davon Reed, a shooting guard from Miami who has got the potential to become a good "3&D" player. Wesley Iwundu was selected by the Orlando Magic as a 33rd pick. Iwundu is a small forward who has potential to become a great offensive player.

The Sacramento Kings selected Frank Mason III in the 34th position. Mason is undersized, but he can really shoot the ball from the outside. With the 35th pick, Orlando Magic selected Ivan Rabb, a power forward from California. Rabb will be traded to Memphis Grizzlies.

The Philadelphia 76ers selected Jonah Bolden as a 36th pick, a power forward who played in Serbia last season. Bolden could be an interesting stretch four option in the future. The Boston Celtics picked Semi Ojeleye, a perspective small forward from the SMU, who was projected to be picked in the first round.

This could be a steal for Boston.

The Chicago Bulls selected Jordan Bell, a talented power forward from Oregon, but they traded him to the Golden State Warriors. This was a great move by the Warriors, as they picked up a solid player at the 38th position in the draft. Jawun Evans was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers as a 39th pick, but he will be traded to the Los Angeles Clippers.

With the 40th pick, the New Orleans Pelicans selected Dwayne Bacon, a shooting guard from Florida.

The rest

The Atlanta Hawks selected Tyler Dorsey in the 41st position, while the Los Angeles Lakers picked as center, Thomas Bryant, a 42nd pick.

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Isaiah Hartenstein, a center from Lithuania, will join the Houston Rockets, as they selected him as a 43rd pick. Dillon Brooks was also selected by the Rockets for the 45th position.

The New York Knicks picked Damyean Dotson, a shooting guard from Oregon, while the Milwaukee Bucks selected Sterling Brown. A big man Ike Anigbogu was picked by the Indiana Pacers in the 47th spot, while a talented shooting guard Sindarius Thornwell dropped to the 48th position, as he'll play for the Clippers next season.

The Nuggets selected Vlatko Cancar and Monte Morris, while the Celtics picked two shooting guards Kadeem Allen and Jabari Bird. The 76ers had one more pick in the 50th position, as they chose Mathias Lessort. The San Antonio Spurs got Jaron Blossomgame, Knicks got Ognjen Jaramaz, while the Hawks selected Alpha Kaba as a final pick in the 2017 NBA draft.

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