6. Portland Trail Blazers – Thomas Robinson, PF, Kansas This seems like an unlikely scenario where the Blazers would have Robinson fall in their laps, but it is possible. Robinson would be able to play alongside LaMarcus Aldridge and would give the Blazers more athleticism and toughness. He is projected as a double-double machine who will immediately help Portland on the glass. As he develops a more consistent mid-range jumper, he could turn into a very good player. According to sources, new GM Neil Olshey is content to stay at 6 and take one of the top-tier players, but guards Damian Lillard and Dion Waiters both are intriguing and likely not going to last until 11, Portland’s second pick. 11. Portland Trail Blazers - Jeremy Lamb, SG, Connecticut The Blazers would like to use one of their lttery picks on someone to bolster their backcourt, and Lamb would be a great pickup here. Lamb’s freakish length and aggressive defense set him apart from other guards in this draft. As a proven scorer with range, Lamb could easily become one of the best players in this draft.