NBA Draft: Updated June 20th, 2018

The NBA Draft is two days away, so I have decided to make a new mock draft to reflect any recent developments or rumors that have taken place of late. Unlike the past few days, I did not include an excerpt for each of the first round picks. With that being said here is my latest 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: Luka Doncic 6’8″ Shooting Guard Real Madrid

4.Memphis Grizzlies: Jaren Jackson Jr. 7’0″ Power Forward Michigan State

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

6.Orlando Magic: Trae Young 6’2″ Point Guard Oklahoma

7.Chicago Bulls: Michael Porter Jr. 6’10” Forward Missouri

8.Cleveland Cavaliers (via Nets): Mikal Bridges 6’7″ Small Forward Villanova

9.New York Knicks: Lonnie Walker 6’4″ Shooting Guard Miami

10.Philadelphia 76ers (via Lakers): Wendell Carter Jr. 6’10” Power Forward Duke

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

12.Los Angeles Clippers (via Pistons): Kevin Knox 6’9″ Forward Kentucky

13.Los Angeles Clippers: Collin Sexton 6’2″ Point Guard Alabama

14.Denver Nuggets: Robert Williams 6’10” Power Forward Texas A&M

15.Washington Wizards: Miles Bridges 6’7″ Small Forward Michigan State

16.Pheonix Suns (via Heat): Jerome Robinson 6’5″ Combo Guard Boston College

17.Milwaukee Bucks: Zhaire Smith 6’5″ Shooting Guard Texas Tech

18.San Antonio Spurs: Donte DiVincenzo 6’5″ Shooting Guard Villanova

19.Atlanta Hawks (via Timberwolves): Gary Trent Jr. 6’6″ Shooting Guard Duke

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

21.Utah Jazz: Aaron Holiday 6’1″ Point Guard UCLA

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

23.Indiana Pacers: Keita Bates-Diop 6’7″ Small Forward Ohio State

24.Portland Trail Blazers: Kevin Huerter 6’7″ Shooting Guard Maryland

25.Los Angeles Lakers (via Cavaliers): Mitchell Robinson 7’1″ Center USA

26.Philadelphia 76ers: Omari Spellman 6’9″ Power Forward Villanova

27.Boston Celtics: Bruce Brown 6’4″ Shooting Guard Miami

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

29.Brooklyn Nets (via Raptors): Elie Okobo 6’3″ Point Guard Pau-Lacq-Orthez

30.Atlanta Hawks (via Rockets): Anfernee Simons 6’3″ Point Guard HS-Senior

Second Round:

31.Pheonix Suns: Jalen Brunson 6’2″ Point Guard Villanova

32.Memphis Grizzlies: Josh Okogie 6’4″ Shooting Guard Georgia Tech

33.Atlanta Hawks: Moe Wagner 6’11” Power Forward Michigan

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

35.Orlando Magic: Dzanan Musa 6’9 Small Forward Cedevita Zagreb

36.Sacramento Kings: Svi Mykhailiuk 6’8″ Small Forward Kansas

37.New York Knicks (via Bulls): Jevon Carter 6’2″ Point Guard West Virginia

38.Philadelphia 76ers (via Nets): Landry Shamet 6’4″ Combo Guard Wichita State

39.Philadelphia 76ers (via Knicks): Alize Johnson 6’9″ Power Forward Missouri State

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

41.Orlando Magic (via Hornets): Melvin Frazier 6’6″ Shooting Guard Tulane

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): Shake Milton 6’6″ Combo Guard SMU

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

48.Minnesota Timberwolves: Tony Carr 6’5 Combo Guard Penn State

49.San Antonio Spurs: De’Anthony Melton 6’3 Combo Guard USC

50.Indiana Pacers: Chimezie Metu 6’11” Center USC

51.New Orleans Pelicans: Isaac Bonga 6’9 Small Forward Fraport Frankfurt

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

53.Oklahoma City Thunder: Jarred Vanderbilt 6’9″ Forward Kentucky

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

55.Charlotte Hornets (via Cavaliers): Goga Bitadze 6’11” Center Mega Leks

56.Philadelphia 76ers: Kenrich Williams 6’7″ Forward TCU

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

58.Denver Nuggets (via Warriors): Theo Pinson 6’6″ Combo Guard North Carolina

59.Pheonix Suns (via Raptors): Justin Jackson 6’8 Small Forward Maryland

60.Philadelphia 76ers (via Rockets): Arnoldas Kulboka 6’11” Power Forward Brose Bamberg

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