Odds to be drafted No. 2 overall: Jalen Green soaring, Evan Mobley dropping
The No. 2 pick, however - which the Rockets own - is a little more up for grabs.
Here's the field, as well as where a handful of key prospects are trending.
Odds to be drafted No. 2 overall
Jalen Green (-165 to -320)
Green was the favorite to go off the board after Cunningham just a week ago, and his stock is only rising.
The G League product is incredible on the open floor and automatically spices up Houston's offense at the shooting guard position. The fit makes sense, and the market price is telling.
According to ESPN draft analyst Jonathan Givony, the Rockets were "stonewalled" in their attempt to bring in both USC's Evan Mobley and Gonzaga's Jalen Suggs for private workouts. I don't envision a scenario in which a team that just finished this past season with the worst record in the NBA doesn't take the obvious selection at No. 2.
Evan Mobley (+170 to +230)
Mobley felt like the consensus at No. 2 - and it's still worth a debate - but he's slowly trickling back. Houston is already solid in the frontcourt with Christian Wood in the fold, so pairing a shooting guard like Green with Kevin Porter just feels way too good to pass up.
Scottie Barnes (+6000 to +2500)
If there's any draft-day drama, Barnes might be the straw that stirs the drink. The Florida State product has been rapidly climbing draft boards and is the chalk to be the No. 5 overall pick.
Barnes has also been linked to the Raptors, who could go several different ways with the No. 4 overall pick. This price is pretty solid value considering the range at which Barnes should go.
The young forward will have to gain serious traction to surpass Green, but he's the most intriguing prospect a little bit further down the list.
Alex Kolodziej is a betting writer for theScore. Find him on Twitter @AjKolodziej.
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