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- 2 (2)Lonzo BallUclaPG
- 3 (3)Jayson TatumDukeSF
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- 5 (5)De'Aaron FoxKentuckyPG
- 6 (6)Jonathan IsaacFlorida StateSF
- 7 (7)Lauri MarkkanenArizonaPF
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- 30 (30)Josh HartVillanovaSG
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