Thursday, June 25, 2015

NBA DRAFT 2015: FINAL MOCK DRAFT


My mock is listed on Walter Football's Mock Draft Database along close to 100 other mock drafts:







FIRST ROUND 


1. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES
KARL ANTHONY TOWNS-C-UK 
7-0/248/19 years old
NBA Comparison: Marc Gasol/Rasheed Wallace
ROLE: Possible superstar, modern big man that can defend, shoot and post up

Minnesota looks to be all in on Towns. He's a versatile big man that can defend and shoot. He will have an incredible opportunity to learn under NBA legend Kevin Garnett next year. With Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Ricky Rubio, Minnesota has a nice young trio to build around


2. LOS ANGELES LAKERS 

DEANGELO RUSSELL-PG/CG-OHIO ST.  
6-5/193/19
NBA  Comparison: bigger Mike Conley/Manu Ginobili 
ROLE: Possible superstar, starting point guard on a perennial playoff team eventually

The Lakers have a tough decision between Russell and big men Jahlil Okafor or Kristpas Prozingis. While talented big men are tough to find, Russell is the smart and safe choice here. He has the prototypical size and skill set for the modern NBA guard. Okafor is a nice low post scorer but remember they drafted a low post scorer last year in Julius Randle. The smart choice is to take Russell at #2 and then go after a center in free agency like DeAndre Jordan or Brook Lopez.

There's plenty of rumors of the Lakers trading the pick. The most likely trade partner looks like the Kings. The Kings would give the Lakers superstar big man DeMarcus Cousins in exchange for the #2 pick, Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson. If this trade were to occur, it would be very interesting to see who the Kings would draft at #2. Russell would be the better fit for coach George Karl's uptempo system, however Okafor would give the King the best replacement for Cousins. For now, I'm sticking with Russell here.


3. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS  

JAHLIL OKAFOR-C-DUKE 
6-11/270/19
NBA Comparison: Al Jefferson (most likely)/DeMarcus Cousins (best case)/Enes Kanter (worst case)  
ROLE: Star potential, a 20 and 10 guy within two years

Okafor's offensive skill set fits perfectly next to big man Nerlens Noel. Okafor is a back to the basket low post scorer that should make an instant impact as a scorer. With Joel Embiid having another injury set back, it makes sense for the 76ers to take another big man to help Noel. Kristpas Porgingas would make an interesting pick here as well.

It would not be surprising if the Knicks did the ever so popular one spot trade up that usually involves "cash considerations" and future second round pick. The Knicks would love to get either Russell or Okafor. If they cannot move up, expect the Knicks to trade down.


4. NEW YORK KNICKS
KRISTPAS PORZINGIS-F/C-LATVIA/SEVILLA (ACB SPAIN)
7-1/230/19
NBA Comparison: Andrei Kirilenko/Pau Gasol
ROLE: Boom/Bust prospect with star potential, has the length to play the five and the shooting skills to play the four.

Porzingis has the ability to stretch a defense and is an athletic shot blocker on the defensive end. He can fit perfectly in the triangle offense and will remind Knicks President Phil Jackson of a young Pau Gasol.

It appears that Porzingis is the likely pick here. Once the top three guys are off the board, Phil Jackson will try to shop the pick. Here are some of the recent trade rumors:


  • Phoenix: swap picks, New York receives Eric Bledsoe and Phoenix receives Tim Hardaway Jr.
  • Denver: New York receives Ty Lawson in exchange for #4. Denver would likelu draft Emmanuel Mudiay at #4.
  • Boston: New York receives #15, #28 and a first rounder next year.

5. ORLANDO MAGIC
MARIO HEZONJA-SF-CROATIA/FC BARCELONA (ACB SPAIN)
6-8/200/20
NBA Comparison: Khris Middleton/Mike Miller
ROLE: Starting SG or SF with star potential, lights out shooter that may have to adjust to becoming a role player in the NBA.

The Magic need shooters and Hezonja can shoot. The Magic will be slightly disappointed if Porgingis is off the board but Hezonja is a nice consolation prize. Hezonja has the size to play both the two or the three. He can play the three and they can play Tobias Harris at the four in small ball lineups. Another advantage to Hezonja is his experience playing at a high level in Europe. Hezonja is NBA ready and if he is as good as advertised, the Magic should be in the playoff hunt next year.


6. SACRAMENTO KINGS

EMMANEUL MUDIAY-PG-CONGO/USA/GUANGDONG SOUTHERN TIGERS (CHINESE BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION)
6-5/200/19
NBA Comparison: Rajon Rondo/John Wall
ROLE: Starting PG on a good team, will never be a #1 option as a scorer, has the athletic ability and length to lead the league in steals

Coach George Karl will jump at the opportunity to get an athletic PG to run run his uptempo system. Incumbent starter Darren Collison is solid, so they won't need to rush his development. Mudiay should start his career with a role similar to Dennis Schroder in Atlanta.




7. DENVER NUGGETS 

JUSTISE WINSLOW-SF-DUKE 
6-7/222/19
NBA Comparison: Jalen Rose/Jimmy Butler
ROLE: Starting SF with star potential, defensive stopper, #3 scorer on a playoff team

The Nuggets are in a great spot to draft a good wing at #7.  Winslow's defensive ability is what separates him over the other good wing prospects in the draft like Hezonja and Devin Booker. The Nuggets are looking to ship veterans Ty Lawson and Wilson Chandler and build around younger players.


8. INDIANA PACERS 

(projected trade) 
INDIANA receives #8
DETROIT  receives #11, #43 and a future 2nd round pick 

WILLIE CAULEY STEIN-C-UK 
7-0/242/22
NBA Comparison: Tyson Chandler/Tristan Thompson
ROLE: Defensive stopper and rim protector, should become a perennial all-defensive team player

This makes perfect sense for both teams. Indiana is said to be very interested in WCS as they want to play at a faster tempo. With Hezonja and Winslow both off the board, the Pistons will look to trade down and acquire more picks. At #11 they are guaranteed either Sam Dekker or a stretch four. The Pistons are a young team that needs depth while the Pacers need one impact player. If the Pacers don't move up, there's a good chance the Hornets or Heat will draft WCS before the Pacers pick at #11.


9. CHARLOTTE HORNETS 

DEVIN BOOKER-SG-UK 
6-6/206/19
NBA Comparison: Danny Green/Aaron Afflalo 
ROLE: Starting SG that will be among the best 3 point shooters in the league

The Hornets were DEAD LAST in 3 point percentage last year and were 29th in field goal percentage. Translation, they need shooters. Booker is considered by many to be the best shooter in this draft. Some scouts have compared him to Klay Thompson but that seems a little too optimistic. People forget that Thompson was a 21ppg scorer in college. Booker has the ability to be a good starting two similar to Green and Afflalo.


10. MIAMI HEAT

STANLEY JOHNSON-SF-ARIZONA 
6-7/242/19
NBA Comparison: Ron Artest/Draymond Green
ROLE: Starting SF, has the skills to become an all-defensive team player early in his career, a hustle/glue guy that can also become a 3/4 scorer

Johnson can give the Heat a SF that can replace Luol Deng after next season. He has a unique skill set and already has a NBA body at such a young age. Pat Riley loves defense and Johnson has the skills to become an all-defensive team player early in his career. In the right situation, he could become the best player in this entire draft class.


11. DETROIT PISTONS
(projected trade) 
INDIANA receives #8
DETROIT  receives #11, #43 and a future 2nd round pick 

TREY LYLES-PF-UK 
6-10/241/19
NBA Comparison: Carlos Boozer/David West 
ROLE: Solid role playing stretch four, good #3/4 option

The Pistons acquired Ersan Ilyasova to start at the four next year, but he's not the long term answer there. His contract is non-guaranteed in 2017, so there's a good chance they would release him after next season. Lyles is a tough, physical player with a nice shooting stroke. He would be a perfect fit in Detroit next to big man Andre Drummond. The Pistons can then look to add a small forward later in the draft.


12. UTAH JAZZ
FRANK KAMINSKY-F/C-WISCONSIN 
7-1/231/22
NBA Comparison: Channing Frye/Kelly Olynyk

The Jazz have one of the best shot blockers in the league in Rudy Gobert. They also have a good staring power forward in Derrick Favors. They need someone in their front court that can hit shots and stretch a defense. Kaminsky can give the Jazz the one thing they lack up front.

13. PHOENIX SUNS
MYLES TURNER-C/F-TEXAS 
6-11/239/19
NBA Comparison: Ed Davis/Derrick Favors
ROLE: Good starting C or PF, very raw prospect right now, in 3-4 years can become a  Derrick Favors like #2/3 option, at worst should be solid rotational big like Ed Davis.

The Suns have a nice young core with Eric Bledsoe, Brandon Knight, Markieff Morris and Alex Len. Phoenix can afford to be patient with Turner as they already have two solid young starters up front. Turner is one of the biggest wild cards in this year's draft class. He could be a stud in 3-5 years or he could end up becoming a major bust. 


14. OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER

CAMERON PAYNE-PG-MURRAY ST. 
6-2/183/21
NBA Comparison: Goran Dragic/Nick Van Exel
ROLE: Starting PG on an average team, backup on a contender, not big/athletic enough to ever be elite, but a very solid true pass first PG

The Thunder traded Reggie Jackson to Detroit. They now need a backup PG to run the second unit and to help limit Russell Westbrook from playing too many minutes. Payne is a crafty lefty that has seen his stock rise during the draft process. It looks like he's separated himself from Tyus Jones and Jerian Grant as the #3 PG in this draft class.




15. ATLANTA HAWKS 
BOBBY PORTIS-PF-ARKANSAS 
6-10/246/20
NBA Comparison: Greg Monroe/Terrance Jones
ROLE: Starting PF, good #3/4 option

There's a good chance the Hawks lose Paul Millsap in free agency this off season. Portis won SEC player of the year, beating out all of the studs from Kentucky. Portis is the type of player that does everything well but nothing spectacular. If the Hawks lose Millsap, Portis would have a chance to start immediately.  


16. BOSTON CELTICS
SAM DEKKER-SF-WISCONSIN  
6-9/219/21
NBA Comparison: Chandler Parsons/Keith Van Horn 
ROLE: Starting SF with the skill set to be a good #3/4 option

The Celtics will likely go with the best overall player here. Dekker is the best player available and can provide depth to a very average front court. Dekker has a lot of talent but had an up and down college career at Wisconsin which may have been due to coach Bo Ryan giving him a short leash. Coach Brad Stevens is more of a players coach that can get the best out of Dekker. 


The Celtics will try very hard this summer to sign a stud big man like LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Love or Greg Monroe. With a plethora of draft picks the next few years, the Celtics can afford to trade up as well. 



17. MILWAUKEE BUCKS

JERIAN GRANT-PG-NOTRE DAME
6-4/198/22
NBA Comparison: Jrue Holiday/Reggie Jackson
ROLE: Starting PG or combo guard off the bench

With Portis, Turner and Lyles off the board, the Bucks should look to add a point guard that can score and create. Grant looks like a great point guard to run a second unit. He is NBA ready and given Michael Carter-Williams' injury history, the Bucks would be smart to take Grant here and then address the front court in free agency.


18. HOUSTON ROCKETS 
TYUS JONES-PG-DUKE  
6-2/184/19
NBA Comparison: Steve Blake/Jordan Farmar 
ROLE: Starting PG, mature team leader, needs to play with a scoring wing and a scoring big

Jones was the hero of the National title game where he showed that he's a winner and an ultimate competitor. He may never be a star, but he fits what the Rockets need at PG. The Rockets need a solid player at the point that will play within himself and help their superstar James Harden.



19. WASHINGTON WIZARDS
MONTREZL HARRELL-PF-LOUISVILLE
6-8/253/21
NBA Comparison: JJ Hickson/Kenneth Faried 
ROLE: Role playing hustle player that can average close to 9 boards per game

Starting power forward Nene Hilario is going into his final year under contract and it's time to find a replacement. Harrell is an absolute beast on the glass and finishing at the rim. He can't create his own shot or score much, but they won't need him to score. 


20. TORONTO RAPTORS 
KELLY OUBRE-SF-KANSAS
6-7/203/19
NBA Comparison: Wesley Johnson/Gerald Green 
ROLE: Starting SF, long term prospect that will need a few years to develop.

Oubre failed to meet high/unrealistic expectations at Kansas last year. He was supposed to fill Andrew Wiggins' shoes yet he struggled getting playing time and ended up averaging under 10 points per game. Oubre is a raw talent with great length and athletic ability. He is a long term prospect that will need a few years to develop.


According to Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun, the Raptors are looking for a two-way player with a lot of upside with the 20th pick in the draft. Wolstat added that the player doesn't necessarily have to be ready to contribute right away. Oubre fits that description perfectly. 


21. LOS ANGELES LAKERS
(projected trade) 
LOS ANGELES receives #21
DALLAS  receives #27 and a future 2nd round pick 

RONDAE HOLLIS JEFFERSON-SF-ARIZONA 
6-7/211/20
NBA Comparison: Trevor Ariza/Bruce Bowen 
ROLE: Lock down defender/starting SF or 6th man

Hollis-Jefferson is an elite defender that can come in a start right away on the Lakers. He has a chance to be drafted as high as #10 to Miami. If he slips out of the top 20, expect the Lakers, Spurs and Celtics to trade up for him. 


22. CHICAGO BULLS
JUSTIN ANDERSON-SF-VIRGINIA 
6-6/231/21
NBA Comparison: PJ Tucker/Xavier Henry 
ROLE: Lock down defender/starting SF or 6th man

Chicago needs depth on the wings, Anderson is a good defender and spot up shooter. He has a NBA body and the ability to guard both twos and threes. His ability to hit open shots is a very important skill in an offense with Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler commanding double teams. 


23. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS
KEVON LOONEY-CF-UCLA 
6-9/222/19
NBA Comparison: Tobias Harris/Dorell Wright 
ROLE: Starting PF or SF depending on the fit, good #4 option

Portland just traded away Nic Batum and LaMarcus Aldridge is expected to leave this summer. Its time to add more young forwards. Looney is a tweener but he's has the skill set to become a solid role player on a good team. 




24. CLEVELAND CAVALIERS

DELON WRIGHT-PG-UTAH 
6-6/181/23
NBA Comparison: Shaun Livingston/Alexey Shved 
ROLE: Backup PG on a good team, starter on an average/bad team

Kyrie Irving has major durability concerns. Wright would make the perfect backup with his size and play making ability. Matthew Dellavadova is a crowd favorite, but he can't create the way Wright can. Wright has the size to guard shooting guards, so the Cavs can play Wright and Delle together in their second unit. A great fit for a contender needing depth. 




25. MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES 

RASHAD VAUGHN-SG-UNLV
6-5/198/18
NBA Comparison: CJ Miles/JR Smith
ROLE: Starting SG/6th man, solid #4/5 scorer on a good team

Memphis needs scoring on the wings. Like JR Smith and CJ Miles, Vaughn can be erratic and take bad shots. Smith and Miles both entered the league at 18 years old like Vaughn and eventually became good role players. Vaughn had a late workout with the Bucks, so there's a chance he could go as early as #17. 




26. SAN ANTONIO SPURS

RJ HUNTER-SG-GEORGIA ST. 
6-6/186/21
NBA Comparison: Kevin Martin/Marco Belinelli 
ROLE: Sharpshooting starting SG, #4/5 option, will struggle to create his own shot at the next level

With both Danny Green and Marco Belinelli hitting free agency this summer, the Spurs would be wise to draft a shooting guard at #26. Hunter was a big scorer at a small school. He held his own in the NCAA tournament against better competition thus solidifying himself as a first round pick. Scouts are torn on Hunter's true value. Some mocks have him going in the late lottery but that seems rather high given his lack of size and strength. 


27. DALLAS MAVERICKS
(projected trade) 
LOS ANGELES receives #21
DALLAS  receives #27 and a future 2nd round pick 

TERRY ROZIER-PG-LOUISVILLE 
6-2/190/21
NBA Comparison: Eric Bledsoe/George Hill 
ROLE: Backup PG on a good team, starter on an average/bad team, has the athletic ability to be a top 16 PG eventually.

Dallas needs a point guard as they will let Rajon Rondo leave in free agency. They are said to be interested in Houston's Patrick Beverly. Even if they get Beverly they still need someone to split the load. Rozier is more of a scoring guard with great athleticism (just like Bledsoe). If he has time to develop, he can turn into a good starting point guard.


28. BOSTON CELTICS
JARELL MARTIN-PF-LSU 
6-9/240/21
NBA Comparison: Brandon Bass/Patrick Patterson
ROLE: Starting PF/6th/7th man, solid #5/6 scoring option, #2 rebounder on a team

The Celtics may lose both Brandon Bass and Jonas Jerebko in free agency. Plus starting power forward Jared Sullinger has missed an average of 23 games the past three seasons. Martin is a great athlete and a beast on the glass.  


29. BROOKLYN NETS
JONATHAN HOLMES-CF-TEXAS
6-9/242/22
NBA Comparison: Earl Clark/Thad Young 
ROLE: Good combo forward, will be best as a backup on a good team

With the top point guards off the board, the Nets should go with the best player available. Holmes has the size and skill set to play either forward spot. His game is similar to Thad Young, who is likely to leave the Nets this summer. 


30. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS
CEDI OSMAN-SF-TURKEY/ANADOLU EFES (TURKISH LEAGUE) 
6-8/194/20
NBA Comparison: Corey Brewer/Matt Barnes 
ROLE: Role playing hustle wing. 7th/8th man on a good team, starter or 6th man on an average team

The Warriors will either trade this pick to a team willing to take on David Lee's salary (Philly or Orlando). If they are unable to pull off a trade, don't be surprised if the Warriors go the route of Euro stash. Osman is a solid prospect that is know for his defensive hustle and athletic ability. In time he could be a solid role player off the bench. 



SECOND ROUND

31. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES
RICHAUN HOLMES-PF-BOWLING GREEN 
6-10/243/21
NBA Comparison: Amir Johnson/Brandon Bass
ROLE: Starting PF/6th/7th man, #2 rebounder on a team

32. HOUSTON ROCKETS
CHRISTIAN WOOD-PF-UNLV
6-10/216/19
NBA Comparison: Amir Johnson/John Henson
ROLE: Starting PF/6th/7th man, top shot blocker and #2 rebounder on a team

33. BOSTON CELTICS
MICHAEL FRAZIER-SG-FLORIDA 

6-4/199/21
NBA Comparison: Jodie Meeks/Wayne Ellington 
ROLE: Sharpshooting starting SG, #4/5 option, will struggle to create his own shot at the next level

34. LOS ANGELES LAKERS
RAKEEM CHRSITMAS-C/F-SYRACUSE 
6-10/243/23
NBA Comparison: Taj Gibson/Andrew Nicholson 
ROLE: Role playing big man. 7th/8th man on a good team, starter or 6th man on an average team

35. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 
ANTHONY BROWN-SF-STANFORD 
6-7/210/222
NBA Comparison: Richard Jefferson/Landry Fields 
ROLE: Lock down defender/starting SF or 6th man


36. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES
NORMAN POWELL-SG-UCLA
6-4/215/21
NBA Comparison: Tony Allen/Shannon Brown
ROLE: Lock down defender/starting SG or 6th/7th man
DRAFT RANGE: 26-36

37. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 
NIKOLA MILUTINOV-C-SERBIA/PARTISAN BELGRADE (ADRIATIC LEAGUE)
7-0/220/20
KEY SKILL: Shooting big

38. DETROIT PISTONS
TERRAN PETTEWAY-F/G-NEBRASKA 
6-6/210/22
KEY SKILL: Defense and hustle

39. CHARLOTTE HORNETS 
CLIFF ALEXANDER-PF-KANSAS 
6-9/239/19
KEY SKILL: Rebounding

40. MIAMI HEAT
ROBERT UPSHAW-C-WASHINGTON 
7-0/258/21
KEY SKILL: Shot Blocking
DRAFT RANGE: Early 2nd

41. BROOKLYN NETS
JORDAN MICKEY-PF-LSU
6-8/231/20
KEY SKILL: Shot Blocking
DRAFT RANGE: Early 2nd

42. UTAH JAZZ
OLIVIER HANLAN-PG-BOSTON COLLEGE
6-4/186/22
KEY SKILL: PG size and 3 point shooting

43. DETROIT PISTONS
(projected trade) 
INDIANA receives #8
DETROIT  receives #11, #43 and a future 2nd round pick

JOSEPH YOUNG-CG-OREGON 
6-2/182/23
KEY SKILL: Shooting/Scoring

44. PHOENIX SUNS
JP TOKOTO-F/G-UNC 
6-6/196/21
KEY SKILL: Defense and hustle

45. BOSTON CELTICS
DAKARI JOHNSON-C-UK 
7-0/265/19
KEY SKILL: Size and length

46. MILWAUKEE BUCKS
MOUHAMMADOU JAITEH-C-FRANCE/JSF NANTERRE (FRENCH LEAGUE) 
6-11/247/20
KEY SKILL: Size and athletic ability

47. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 
CHRIS MCCULLOUGH-PF-SYRACUSE 
6-9/199/20
KEY SKILL: Shot Blocking

48. OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER
GUILLERMO HERNANGOMEZ-C-SPAIN/SEVILLA (ACB SPAIN) 
6-11/255/21
KEY SKILL: Mid-range game
DRAFT RANGE: Early to mid 2nd

49. WASHINGTON WIZARDS
JOSH RICHARDSON-SG-TENNESSEE 
6-6/200/21
KEY SKILL: Defense and hustle

50. ATLANTA HAWKS 
ANDREW HARRISON-CG-UK
6-6/213/20
KEY SKILL: Size and 3 point shooting
DRAFT RANGE: Mid to late 2nd

51. ORLANDO MAGIC
AARON WHITE-PF-IOWA
6-9/220/22
KEY SKILL: Shooting/Scoring

52. DALLAS MAVERICKS
PAT CONNAUGHTON-SG-NOTRE DAME
6-5/215/22
KEY SKILL: Athletic ability and hustle

53. CLEVELAND CAVALIERS
60. BRANDON ASHLEY-PF-ARIZONA
6-9/228/20
KEY SKILL: Hustle and rebounding 


54. UTAH JAZZ
TYLER HARVEY-SG-EASTERN WASHINGTON 
6-4/181/22
KEY SKILL: Shooting/Scoring

55. SAN ANTONIO SPURS
VINCE HUNTER-CF-UTEP
6-8/208/20 
KEY SKILL: Rebounding/hustle

56. NEW ORLEANS PELICANS
ARTURAS GUDAITIS-C-LITHUANIA
6-10/253/21
KEY SKILL: Size and rim protection

57. DENVER NUGGETS 
TJ MCCONNELL-PG-ARIZONA
6-2/188/23
KEY SKILL: High IQ and shooting 


58. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 
QUINN COOK-PG-DUKE 
6-2/179/22
KEY SKILL: High IQ and shooting  

59. ATLANTA HAWKS 
ALAN WILLIAMS-PF-UC SANTA BARBARA 
6-8/220/22
KEY SKILL: Rebounding

60. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS 
CHASSON RANDLE-PG-STANFORD 
6-2/179/22
KEY SKILL: Shooting/Scoring


HONORABLE MENTION

LARRY NANCE-PF-WYOMING 
6-9/227/22

DANIEL DIEZ-SF-SPAIN/SAN SEBASTIAN GIPUZOKA (ACB SPAIN) 
6-8-216/22

CODY LALANNE-C/F-UMASS
6-10/241/23

CHRIS WALKER-C/F-FLORIDA 
6-9/208/20

MICHAEL QUALLS-SG-ARKANSAS
6-5/201/21

RYAN BOATRIGHT-PG-UCONN

5-11/170/22

TRAVIS TRICE-PG-MICHIGAN ST

6-0/170/22

DEZ WELLS-SG-MARYLAND
6-4/209/23

KEIFER SYKES-PG-WISCONSIN GREEN BAY 

6-0/167/22

BRANDEN DAWSON-PF-MICHIGAN ST. 

6-7/230/22

TREVEON GRAHAM-SG-VCU
6-6/219/21

AARON HARRISON-SG-UK

6-6/209/20

COREY HAWKINS-SG-UC DAVIS

6-2-192/24

TASHAWN THOMAS-PF-OKLAHOMA

6-8/240/22

DARRUN HILLIARD-F'G-VILLANOVA

6-6/220/22


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