2018 NBA mock draft: Projections for first round, top players, 2018 NBA Draft order (May 30, 2018)

2018 NBA mock draft: Projections for first round, top players, 2018 NBA Draft order (May 30, 2018)

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The 2018 NBA mock drafts are ready to go as the 2018 NBA Draft draws near. Below you can find first-round projections for the draft, the top available players and the 2018 NBA Draft order.

Missouri’s Michael Porter Jr. should be one of the first picks in the 2018 NBA Draft, as should Alabama’s Collin Sexton. For those who don’t hire an agent, they have until Wednesday to withdraw from the draft and return to school.

NBA mock draft 2018: Projections, top players by SEC Country

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 No. Team Player School/Country Position Year
1 Phoenix Luka Doncic Slovenia SG Intl.
2 Sacramento Deandre Ayton Arizona C Fr.
3 Atlanta Jaren Jackson Jr. Michigan State C Fr.
4 Memphis Marvin Bagley Duke PF Fr.
5 Dallas Mo Bamba Texas C Fr.
6 Orlando Michael Porter Jr. Missouri SF Fr.
7 Chicago Wendell Carter Duke C Fr.
8 Cleveland (via Brooklyn) Mikal Bridges Villanova SF Jr.
9 New York Trae Young Oklahoma PG Fr.
10 Philadelphia (via LA Lakers) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Kentucky PG Fr.
11 Charlotte Miles Bridges Michigan State SF Soph.
12 LA Clippers (via Detroit) Collin Sexton Alabama PG Fr.
13 LA Clippers Robert Williams Texas A&M C Soph.
14 Denver Kevin Knox Kentucky SF Fr.
15 Washington Lonnie Walker Miami SG Fr.
16 Phoenix (via Miami) Zhaire Smith Texas Tech SG Fr.
17 Milwaukee Troy Brown Oregon SG Fr.
18 San Antonio Kevin Huerter Maryland SF Soph.
19 Atlanta (via Minnesota) Dzanan Musa Bosnia & Herznogvina SF Intl.
20 Minnesota (via OKC) Jacob Evans Cincinnati SF Jr.
21 Utah Gary Trent Jr. Duke SG Fr.
22 Chicago (via New Orleans) Khyri Thomas Creighton SG Jr.
23 Indiana Jalen Brunson Villanova PG Jr.
24 Portland Chandler Hutchison Boise State SF Sr.
25 LA Lakers (via Cleveland) De’Anthony Melton USC SG Soph.
26 Philadelphia Keita Bates-Diop Ohio State SF Jr.
27 Boston Josh Okogi Georgia Tech SG Soph.
28 Golden State Donte Devincenzo Villanova SG Soph.
29 Brooklyn (via Toronto) Hamidou Diallo Kentucky SG Fr.
30 Atlanta (via Houston) Grayson Allen Duke SG Sr.

NBA mock draft 2018: Tankathon.com

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 No. Team Player School/Country Position Year
1 Phoenix Deandre Ayton Arizona C Fr.
2 Sacramento Luka Doncic Slovenia SG Intl.
3 Atlanta Jaren Jackson Jr. Michigan State C Fr.
4 Memphis Marvin Bagley Duke PF Fr.
5 Dallas Michael Porter Jr. Missouri SF Fr.
6 Orlando Trae Young Oklahoma PG Fr.
7 Chicago Mo Bamba Texas C Fr.
8 Cleveland (via Brooklyn) Wendell Carter Duke PF Fr.
9 New York Mikal Bridges Villanova SF Jr.
10 Philadelphia (via LA Lakers) Miles Bridges Michigan State SF Soph.
11 Charlotte Collin Sexton Alabama PG Fr.
12 LA Clippers (via Detroit) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Kentucky PG Fr.
13 LA Clippers Lonnie Walker Miami SG Fr.
14 Denver Robert Williams Texas A&M C Soph.
15 Washington Kevin Knox Kentucky SF Fr.
16 Phoenix (via Miami) Zharie Smith Texas Tech SG Fr.
17 Milwaukee Anfernee Simons IMG SG HS
18 San Antonio Dzanan Musa Bosnia & Herzegovina SF Intl.
19 Atlanta (via Minnesota) Shake Milton SMU PG Jr.
20 Minnesota (via OKC) Jacob Evans Cincinnati SF Jr.
21 Utah Troy Brown Oregon SG Fr.
22 Chicago (via New Orleans) Chandler Hutchison Boise State SF Sr.
23 Indiana Aaron Holiday UCLA PG Jr.
24 Portland Jontay Porter Missouri PF Fr.
25 LA Lakers (via Cleveland) Keita Bates-Diop Ohio State SF Jr.
26 Philadelphia Donte Devincenzo Villanova SG Soph.
27 Boston Mitchell Robinson High school C HS
28 Golden State Khryi Thomas Cregihton SG Jr.
29 Brooklyn (via Toronto) Melvin Frazier Tulane SF Jr.
30 Atlanta (via Houston) Isaac Bonga Germany SF Intl.

NBA mock draft 2018: ESPN

 No. Team Player School/Country Position Year
1 Phoenix Deandre Ayton Arizona C Fr.
2 Sacramento Marvin Bagley Duke PF Fr.
3 Atlanta Jaren Jackson Jr. Michigan State C Fr.
4 Memphis Luka Doncic Slovenia SF Intl.
5 Dallas Mo Bamba Texas C Fr.
6 Orlando Trae Young Oklahoma PG Fr.
7 Chicago Wendell Carter Duke C Fr.
8 Cleveland (via Brooklyn) Michael Porter Jr. Missouri SF Fr.
9 New York Collin Sexton Alabama PG Fr.
10 Philadelphia (via LA Lakers) Mikal Bridges Villanova SF Jr.
11 Charlotte Miles Bridges Michigan State SF Soph.
12 LA Clippers (via Detroit) Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Kentucky PG Fr.
13 LA Clippers Lonnie Walker Miami SG Fr.
14 Denver Robert Williams Texas A&M C Soph.
15 Washington Kevin Knox Kentucky SF Fr.
16 Phoenix (via Miami) Zhaire Smith Texas Tech SG Fr.
17 Milwaukee Aaron Holiday UCLA PG Jr.
18 San Antonio Troy Brown Oregon SG Fr.
19 Atlanta (via Minnesota) Kevin Huerter Maryland SG Soph.
20 Minnesota (via OKC) Keita Bates-Diop Ohio State SF Jr.
21 Utah Elie Okobo France PG Intl.
22 Chicago (via New Orleans) Dzanen Musa Bosnia & Herznogvina PF Intl.
23 Indiana Chandler Hutchison Boise State SF Sr.
24 Portland Khyri Thomas Creighton SF Jr.
25 LA Lakers (via Cleveland) De’Anthony Melton USC SG Soph.
26 Philadelphia Jacob Evans Cincinnati SF Jr.
27 Boston Josh Okogi Georgia Tech SG Soph.
28 Golden State Donte Divincenzo Villanova SG Soph.
29 Brooklyn (via Toronto) Jerome Robinson Boston Colege SG Jr.
30 Atlanta (via Houston) Grayson Allen Duke SG Sr.

2018 NBA Draft: Date

The 2018 NBA Draft will be held on Thursday, June 21. The event will air on ESPN and will begin at 8 p.m. ET.

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