2018 NBA Mock Draft

Updated 12/4/17
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Team
Player
Pos
Ht
From Player Report
Comp
1
Bulls
Marvin Bagley III PF 6-11 Duke One of the top prospects of this generation and a truly special talent who just needs to stay hungry, Bagley jumps to the #1 spot in this draft. A transcendent talent.
Kevin Garnett
2
Hawks
DeAndre Ayton C 7-0 Arizona A man among boys. Has all the tools to become an NBA great but needs to put it all together and play with consistent intensity. More
Boogie, Derrick Coleman
3
Mavs
Mohamed Bamba C 7-0 Texas Bamba has ELITE length and athleticism and upside that is through the roof. He has much better hands than most 7 foot shot blockers and his open court athleticism is impressive. He has legit #1 overall potential. More
mix of Kristaps/Gobert
4
Kings
Luka Doncic SG 6-8 Slovenia A highly skilled combo guard with great size, passing ability and a sweet shooting stroke. Has an uncanny ability to find the open man and see the play before it happens. Has elite skills but lacks athleticsm. More
Rubio, Klay
5
Suns
Michael Porter Jr. SF 6-10 Missouri Porter has #1 overall type of talent but is recovering from spinal disc surgery, which will likely sink his draft stock. If his recovery goes well he could still land in the top 5 thanks to his immense talent and natural scoring ability. More
stronger B. Ingram, Durant
6
76ers (from Lakers)
Jaren Jackson Jr. PF 6-11 Michigan St. Fast rising prospect who has really filled out his frame and expanded his game. Long and explosive around the rim and just scratching the surface of his potential. Has top 3 talent but this class is loaded so he might fall outside the top 5. More
Chriss, Myles Turner
7
Clippers
Collin Sexton PG 6-3 Alabama Ultra aggressive combo guard who is always in attack mode, on both ends of the floor. A warrior who can carry his team and inspire his teammates. More
Lillard, Kyrie
8
Cavs (from Nets via Celtics)
Kevin Knox SF 6-9 Kentucky High flying athlete who has great length, is super fluid in transition and can really shoot the ball. Has a chance to be special. More
Paul George
9
Hornets
Brandon McCoy C 7-0 UNLV Big time shot blocker and post player with ideal NBA size.
Dwight lite
10
Suns (from Heat)
Wendell Carter Jr. PF 6-10 Duke Fundamentally sound with a soft touch around the rim. Lacks ideal NBA size but has length and a modern NBA skill set. More
longer Greg Monroe
11
Bucks
Trae Young PG 6-2 Oklahoma A crafty point guard who is one of the best 3 point shooters in his class. More
poor mans Curry
12
Jazz
6-9
Texas A&M A very long and bouncy PF with lots of length and a ton of natural talent. A force on both ends of the floor. More
Antonio Davis
13
Thunder
6-7 Nova A 3 and D prospect who is very efficient on the offensive end. Has great length and a sweet shooting stroke. More
Otto Porter
14
Grizzlies
Dzanan Musa SF 6-9 Bosnia A skilled offensive talent who can light it up from three and has good open court speed. More
quicker Sam Dekker
15
Blazers
Kris Wilkes SF 6-8 UCLA A good open court athlete and advanced mid range scorer who plays with an edge. More
Rudy Gay
16
Magic
Bonzie Colson SF 6-5 Notre Dame A heart and hustle player who does a bit of everything on the court and has a lot of length. Can guard multiple positions and has an improved offensive game. More
smaller Draymond
17
Pacers
Miles Bridges SF 6-7 Michigan State A powerful wing player with good elevation and an NBA body but an unrefined game. More
Justise Winslow
18
Pelicans 6-5 Miami A big time slasher who can really get off the floor and attack the rim. Excels in transition. More
Eddie Jones
19
Hawks (from T-Wolves)
Jontay Porter PF 6-10 Missouri The younger brother of Michael Porter, Jontay is a versatile forward who can score inside and out and is a solid rebounder. More
Michael Beasley, Markieff
20
76ers
Mitchell Robinson C 7-0 USA A long and lean shot blocker who is raw but has NBA size. A project who could pay off down the line. More
Hassan Whiteside
21
Raptors
Hamidou Diallo SG 6-5 Kentucky An elite level athlete with a ton of bounce and great length, Diallo has all the tools to be special but will need time to develop. More
Ricky Davis
22
Knicks
Bruce Brown SG 6-5 Miami A dynamic scorer who can get buckets in a hurry, Brown has great length for position and can rebound, defend and pass the rock as well.
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23
Wizards Trevon Duval PG 6-2 Duke High level athlete who does a nice job of getting into the lane. A natural scorer learning to play the point. More
Jay Williams
24
Cavs 6-5 Arizona A scoring guard who attacks the rim and is a constant threat to put the ball in the bucket. More
Norman Powell
25
Spurs
6-5 Belgium A rock solid athlete who is a great defender and high IQ player. Isn't a run/jump athlete but he's a gamer who brings it every time out. More
Malcolm Brogdon
26
Nuggets Isaac Bonga SF 6-9 Germany A 6-9 combo guard/wing who is has great physical tools but a long way to go to be NBA ready. More
taller John Salmons
27
Pistons Troy Brown SG 6-6 Oregon An explosive player who needs to improve his decision making and develop his feel for the game. More
Jamal Crawford
28
Warriors
Tacko Fall C 7-6 UCF Fall would be the biggest player in the NBA. Raw but tall. More
Roy Hibbert
29
Hawks (from Rockets) Nick Richards C 6-11 Kentucky Richards has all the tools and is just scratching the surface of his potential but is very raw. He doesn't project as a first option offensively but he does a lot of the little things well and impacts both sides of the ball.
Steven Adams
30
Celtics
6-5 Duke A talented scorer with good feel for the game and enough athleticism to get by. Isn't a big upside type of prospect and isn't likely to be a star at the next level. More
Wesley Mathews
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Trades
76ers get Lakers pick via Suns (MCW trade)
Celtics get the Lakers pick via 76ers only if it's #s 2-5 (Fultz trade)
Cavs get Nets pick via Celtics, unprotected (from that one horrible trade)
Clippers get Rockets pick, Chris Paul Trade
Timberwolves get the Thunder's pick, via the Jazz (Rubio trade)