As of now, the Portland Trail Blazers will not be participating on NBA Draft Day, 2021. But if President of Basketball Operations Neil Olshey finds a way into the festivities on July 29, The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor has suggested three late first-round forwards that might suit the Blazers.
O’Connor has likened Robinson-Earl to the Orlando Magic’s Chuma Okeke and the Boston Celtic’s Robert Williams.
Robinson-Earl brings all the qualities teams look for in a high-end role player with his intelligence, feel, and unselfishness.
Brown is a raw two-way talent who needs to dramatically improve his fundamentals to reach his potential.
A hyper defender who always makes the extra effort but needs to define an offensive role.