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2018 NBA mock draft - Pac-12 Perspective: a first look at the 2018 NBA Draft

Which Pac-12 players might go in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft.

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  1. Boston - Michael Porter SF Missouri
  2. Dallas - Mohamed Bamba C Texas
  3. Philadelphia - Luka Doncic SG Slovenia
  4. Phoenix - DeAndre Ayton C Arizona - The NBA-ready freshman sensation should stay in the state of Arizona. This is about as far as I could see him falling in the 2018 draft.
  5. Sacramento - Robert Williams PF Texas A&M
  6. Indiana - Colin Sexton PG Alabama
  7. Orlando - Jaren Jackson PF Michigan State
  8. Phoenix - Miles Bridges SF Michigan State
  9. Minnesota - Lonnie Walker SG Miami
  10. Denver - Wendell Carter PF Duke
  11. Detroit - Gary Trent Jr. SG Duke
  12. Charlotte - Jarred Vanderbilt SF Kentucky
  13. Philadelphia - Mitchell Robinson C Western Kentucky
  14. New Orleans - Isaac Bonga PG Germany
  15. New York - Nick Richards C Kentucky
  16. Atlanta - Troy Brown SG Oregon - The Ducks now have a pure first round NBA talent in the physical and skilled Brown. He already has the body and skills of an NBA shooting guard.
  17. Chicago - Trevon Duval PG Duke
  18. Memphis - Hamidou Diallo SG Kentucky
  19. Milwaukee - Chimezie Metu PF USC - Metu seems like a player who could come in right away and be a good bench player in the NBA. I expect him to solidify himself as a first rounder in 2018.
  20. Utah - Kevin Knox SF Kentucky
  21. Portland - Bruce Brown SG Miami
  22. Toronto - Killian Tillie SF Gonzaga
  23. Clippers - Dzanan Musa SF Croatia
  24. Houston - Brandon McCoy C UNLV
  25. Utah - De’Anthony Melton PG USC - This transfer should have an impact right away at USC and turn himself into a serious NBA prospect.
  26. Washington - Andrew Jones PG Texas
  27. San Antonio - Aaron Holiday PG UCLA - Holiday is just a really good straight ahead point guard and I think that will get him into the first round.
  28. Cleveland - Grayson Allen SG Duke
  29. Boston - Justin Jackson SF Maryland

30. Golden State - Rawle Alkins SG Arizona - Alkins seems like the perfect fit for the Warriors’ bench crew.