- Philadelphia - Markelle Fultz PG Washington - It looks like the 76ers traded up to pick the fleeting Husky. Fultz will enter the league as a first overall pick from the Pac-12, but Pac-12 fans will barely even remember him.
- Lakers - Lonzo Ball PG UCLA - Ball is a perpetual PR controversy, but it seems the Lakers are going to go ahead and take him. He probably has the highest ceiling of any player in the draft.
- Boston - Josh Jackson SG Kansas
- Phoenix - De’Aaron Fox PG Kentucky
- Sacramento - Jayson Tatum SF Duke
- Orlando - Jonathan Isaac SF Florida State
- Minnesota - Dennis Smith PG NCState
- New York - Malik Monk SG Kentucky
- Dallas - Lauri Markkanen PF Arizona - Markkanen has one of the most-interesting skill sets in the draft and will be a nice chest piece on one of these teams up here in the draft who need to reload at every position.
- Sacramento - Zach Collins C Gonzaga
- Charlotte - Luke Kennard SG Duke
- Detroit - Frank Ntilikina PG France
- Denver - Donovan Mitchell SG Louisville
- Miami - John Collins PF Wake Forest
- Portland - Jarrett Allen C Texas
- Chicago - Bam Adebayo PF Kentucky
- Milwaukee - Justin Patton C Creighton
- Indiana - Harry Giles PF Duke
- Atlanta - Justin Jackson SF North Carolina
- Portland - T.J. Leaf PF UCLA - Leaf is pretty high in a really nice pack of power forwards in this year’s draft. He could help Portland’s frontcourt score right away.
- Oklahoma City - D.J. Wilson PF Michigan
- Brooklyn - Ivan Rabb PF Cal - Rabb’s NBA stock has seemed to cool ever since he showed up at Cal, but he is still a first round pick and one of the best power forwards in the draft.
- Toronto - Kyle Kuzma PF Utah - Kuzma on the other hand has moved up boards recently. He could help the Raptors get more offense from their frontcourt.
- Utah - OG Anunoby SF Indiana
- Orlando - Ike Anigbogu C UCLA - A 6’10 250 guy who can play inside always has a spot in the NBA. One with as high of a ceiling as Anigbogu has should go in the first round.
- Portland - Anzejs Pasecxnicks C Latvia
- Brooklyn - Terrance Ferguson SG Dallas, TX
- Lakers - Semi Ojeyele SF SMU
- San Antonio - Jawun Evans PG Oklahoma State
- Utah - Frank Jackson PG Duke
31. Atlanta - Jordan Bell PF Oregon - Bell is one of those guys who doesn’t make sense as an NBA player, but who seems just too purely skilled to not have make a career out of it. I feel he could be a great bench player on a good team.
32. Phoenix - Isaiah Hartenstein PF Germany
33. Orlando - Tony Bradley C North Carolina
34. Sacramento - Tyler Lydon PF Syracuse
35. Orlando - Johnathan Motley PF Baylor
36. Philadelphia - Caleb Swanigan PF Purdue
37. Boston - Wesley Iwundu SF Kansas State
38. Chicago - Thomas Bryant C Indiana
39. Philadelphia - Josh Hart SG Villanova
40. New Orleans - Derrick White PG Colorado - White’s stock could get him into the first round, but I think he is an early-second rounder, which isn’t bad.
41. Charlotte - P.J. Dozier PG South Carolina
42. Utah - Jonah Bolden PF Australia
43. Houston - Dwayne Bacon SG Florida State
44. New York - Damyean Dotson SG Houston
45. Houston - Mathias Lessort PF France
46. Philadelphia - Dillon Brooks SF Oregon - Another flat out great player who is a second rounder because they aren’t pure NBA players. Someone will take him in the second round hoping his game can transition to the NBA.
47. Indiana - Sindarius Thornwell SG South Carolina
48. Milwaukee - Alec Peters PF Valparaiso
49. Denver - Tyler Dorsey SG Oregon - Keep the Oregon train going. I think Dorsey might actually be the best Duck NBA player because of his shooting ability.
50. Philadelphia - Sterling Brown SG SMU
51. Denver - Cam Oliver PF Nevada
52. Washington Frank Mason PG Kansas
53. Boston - Edmond Sumner PG Xavier
54. Phoenix - George De Paula PG Brazil
55. Utah - Monte Morris PG Iowa State
56. Boston - Vlatko Cancar SF Slovenia
57. Brooklyn - Jaron Blossomgame SF Clemson
58. New York - Devin Robinson SF Florida
59. San Antonio - Aleksander Vezenkov SF Greece
60. Atlanta - Davon Reed SG Miami