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2016 NBA mock draft - Pac-12 perspective: three Pac-12 players go in Top 10

An updated NBA mock draft now that the lottery order is set.

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

1. Philadelphia - Ben Simmons SF LSU

2. Lakers - Brandon Ingram SF Duke

3. Boston - Dragan Bender PF Croatia

4. Phoenix - Jamal Murray PG Kentucky

5. Minnesota - Kris Dunn PG Providence

6. New Orleans - Buddy Hield SG Oklahoma

7. Denver - Jaylen Brown SG Cal - Brown slipped a little bit down the board after the tournament, but a few spots in the Top 10 isn't bad. The Nuggets could kind of take the best player available and I think Brown would more than fit that bill in this spot.

8. Sacramento - Jakob Poeltl C Utah - Poeltl has as much upside as anyone in this draft outside of Simmons and Ingram in my opinion, so he would be a steal here in my opinion. The Kings could pick him up to groom him to be their  next  dominant center should DeMarcus Cousins leave.

9. Toronto - Deyonta Davis PF Michigan State

10. Milwaukee - Marquese Chriss PF Washington - Chris looked like a late-first round pick before he measured in at 6'10 230 at the NBA combine with an outrageous wingspan. He's only 18 and super raw, so this is about as quickly as he could go off the board, but I see it happening with his massive potential. The Bucks could stick him at power forward to form a nasty combo forward trio with Jabari Parker and Giannis Antetokoumpo.

11. Orlando - Skal Labissiere PF Kentucky

12. Utah - Furkan Korkmaz SG Turkey

13. Phoenix - Denzel Valentine SG Michigan State

14. Chicago - Henry Ellenson PF Marquette

15. Denver - Domantas Sabonis PF Gonzaga

16. Boston - Dejounte Murray PG Washington - The other Husky freshman who declared for the draft. Murray is a combo guard with length and potential just as limitless as Chriss and Poeltl who could develop behind Isaiah Thomas and co.

17. Memphis - Timothe Luwawu SG France

18. Detroit - Wade Baldwin PG Vanderbilt

19. Denver - Malik Beasley SG Florida State

20. Indiana - Brice Johnson PF North Carolina

21. Atlanta - Taurean Prince SF Baylor

22. Charlotte - Malachi Richardson SG Syracuse

23. Boston - Stephen Zimmerman C UNLV

24. Philadelphia - Demetrius Jackson PG Notre Dame

25. Clippers - Patrick McCaw SG UNLV

26. Philadelphia - Tyler Ulis PG Kentucky

27. Toronto - Damian Jones C Vanderbilt

28. Phoenix - Chieck Diallo PF Kansas

29. San Antonio - Ivica Zubac C Serbia

30. Golden State - Ante Zizic C Croatia