NBA Mock Draft: Updated May 25th 2018

The NBA Combine saw some players make some moves up the draft boards, which means there should be some different picks than we have seen. Also with rumors swirling around as to who the Suns will pick at one and also how the rest of the NBA Draft will turn out, now seems like a great time to update my NBA Mock Draft.

First Round:

1.Pheonix Suns: Deandre Ayton 7’0″ Center Arizona

2.Sacramento Kings: Marvin Bagley III 6’11” Power Forward Duke

3.Atlanta Hawks: Jaren Jackson Jr. 6’11” Power Forward Michigan State

4.Memphis Grizzlies: Michael Porter Jr. 6’11” Small Forward Missouri

5.Dallas Mavericks: Mohammed Bamba 7’0″ Center Texas

6.Orlando Magic: Luka Doncic 6’8″ Shooting Guard Real Madrid

7.Chicago Bulls: Trae Young 6’2″ Point Guard Oklahoma

8.Cleveland Cavaliers (via Nets): Wendell Carter Jr. 6’10” Power Forward Duke

9.New York Knicks: Collin Sexton 6’2″ Point Guard Alabama

10.Philadelphia 76ers (via Lakers): Mikal Bridges 6’7″ Small Forward Villanova

11.Charlotte Hornets: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 6’6″ Combo Guard Kentucky

12.Los Angeles Clippers (via Pistons): Lonnie Walker 6’4″ Shooting Guard Miami

13.Los Angeles Clippers: Robert Williams 6’9″ Power Forward Texas A&M

14.Denver Nuggets: Miles Bridges 6’7″ Small Forward Michigan State

15.Washington Wizards: Kevin Knox 6’9″ Small Forward Kentucky

16.Pheonix Suns (via Heat): Gary Trent Jr. 6’6″ Shooting Guard Duke

17.Milwaukee Bucks: Donte DiVincenzo 6’5″ Shooting Guard Villanova

18.San Antonio Spurs: Bruno Fernando 6’10” Power Forward Maryland

19.Atlanta Hawks (via Timberwolves): Zhaire Smith 6’4″ Shooting Guard Texas Tech

20.Minnesota Timberwolves (via Thunder): Khyri Thomas 6’4″ Combo Guard Creighton

21.Utah Jazz: Omari Spellman 6’9″ Power Forward Villanova

22.Chicago Bulls (via Pelicans): Chandler Hutchison 6’8″ Small Forward Boise State

23.Indiana Pacers: Dzanan Musa 6’9″ Small Forward Cedevita Zagreb

24.Portland Trail Blazers: Anfernee Simons 6’3″ Point Guard HS-Senior

25.Los Angeles Lakers (via Cavaliers): Keita Bates-Diop 6’7″ Small Forward Ohio State

26.Philadelphia 76ers: Jalen Brunson 6’2″ Point Guard Villanova

27.Boston Celtics: Tony Carr 6’5″ Combo Guard Penn State

28.Golden State Warriors: Troy Brown 6’7″ Combo Guard Oregon

29.Brooklyn Nets (via Raptors): Jontay Porter 7’0″ Power Forward Missouri

30.Atlanta Hawks (via Rockets): Moe Wagner 6’11” Power Forward Michigan

Second Round:

31.Pheonix Suns: Elie Okobo 6’2″ Point Guard Pau-Lacq-Orthez

32.Memphis Grizzlies: Jerome Robinson 6’5″ Combo Guard Boston College

33.Atlanta Hawks: Mitchell Robinson 6’11” Center USA

34.Dallas Mavericks: Brandon McCoy 7’0″ Center UNLV

35.Orlando Magic: Josh Okogie 6’5″ Combo Guard Georgia Tech

36.Sacramento Kings: Aaron Holiday 6’2″ Point Guard UCLA

37.New York Knicks (via Bulls): Melvin Frazier 6’6″ Shooting Guard Tulane

38.Philadelphia 76ers (via Nets): Jevon Carter 6’2″ Point Guard West Virginia

39.Philadelphia 76ers (via Knicks): Caleb Martin 6’6″ Small Forward Nevada

40.Brooklyn Nets (via Lakers): Grayson Allen 6’5″ Shooting Guard Duke

41.Orlando Magic (via Hornets): Kevin Huerter 6’7″ Small Forward Maryland

42.Detroit Pistons: Trevon Duval 6’3″ Point Guard Duke

43.Denver Nuggets (via Clippers): Jacob Evans 6’6″ Shooting Guard Cincinnati

44.Washington Wizards: Devonte’ Graham 6’2″ Point Guard Kansas

45.Brooklyn Nets (via Bucks): Hamidou Diallo 6’6″ Shooting Guard Kentucky

46.Houston Rockets (via Heat): Kris Wilkes 6’7″ Shooting Guard UCLA

47.Los Angeles Lakers (via Nuggets): Kevin Hervey 6’8″ Small Forward Texas-Arlington

48.Minnesota Timberwolves: Svi Mykhailiuk 6’8″ Small Forward Kansas

49.San Antonio Spurs: Alize Johnson 6’9″ Power Forward Missouri State

50.Indiana Pacers: Landry Shamet 6’4″ Combo Guard Wichita State

51.New Orleans Pelicans: Shake Milton 6’6″ Combo Guard SMU

52.Utah Jazz: Rawle Alkins 6’4″ Shooting Guard Arizona

53.Oklahoma City Thunder: DeAnthony Melton 6’4″ Combo Guard USC

54.Dallas Mavericks (via Trail Blazers): Vince Edwards 6’7″ Small Forward Purdue

55.Charlotte Hornets (via Cavaliers): Austin Wiley 6’11” Center Auburn

56.Philadelphia 76ers: Jalen McDaniels 6’11” Power Forward San Diego State

57.Oklahoma City Thunder (via Celtics): Malik Newman 6’3″ Combo Guard Kansas

58.Denver Nuggets (via Warriors): Chimezie Metu 6’11” Power Forward USC

59.Pheonix Suns (via Raptors): Isaac Bonga 6’9″ Small Forward Fraport Frankfurt

60.Philadelphia 76ers (via Rockets): Cody Martin 6’6″ Small Forward Nevada

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