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2018 NBA Mock Draft Pac-12 Perspective 6.15.18: draft light on Pac-12 talent

Our final Pac-12-focused mock draft before the NBA Draft.

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  1. Phoenix - DeAndre Ayton C Arizona - No surprise here. Ayton is rare talent. His college career was a bit odd, but he will be the first number one pick from the Pac-12 in quite a while.
  2. Sacramento - Marvin Bagley PF Duke
  3. Atlanta - Luka Doncic SG Slovenia
  4. Memphis - Jaren Jackson Jr. PF Michigan State
  5. Dallas - Trae Young PG Oklahoma
  6. Orlando - Michael Porter SF Missouri
  7. Chicago - Mohamed Bamba C Texas
  8. Cleveland - Collin Sexton PG Alabama
  9. New York - Mikal Bridges SG Villanova
  10. Philadelphia - Wendell Carter Jr. PF Duke
  11. Charlotte - Miles Bridges SF Michigan State
  12. Clippers - Shai Gilgeous-Alexander PG Kentucky
  13. Clippers - Robert Williams PF Texas A&M
  14. Denver - Lonnie Walker SG Miami
  15. Washington - Kevin Knox SF Kentucky
  16. Phoenix - Zhaire Smith PG Texas Tech
  17. Milwaukee - Omari Spellman PF Villanova
  18. San Antonio - Donte DiVicenzio SG Villanova
  19. Atlanta - Troy Brown PG Oregon - Brown’s too good of a an athlete to stay on the board long. He’s a great player to insert on a team and play right away because of his ability to play a number of positions.
  20. Minnesota - Kevin Huerter SG Maryland
  21. Utah - Elie Okobo PG France
  22. Chicago - Chandler Hutchison SG Boise State
  23. Indiana - Anfernee Simons PG IMG Academy
  24. Portland - Jacob Evans SF Cincinnati
  25. Lakers - Jerome Robinson SG Boston College
  26. Philadelphia - Dzanan Musa SF Bosnia & Herzigovina
  27. Boston - Mitchell Robinson C Chalmette, LA
  28. Golden State - Khyri Thomas SG Creighton
  29. Brooklyn - Gary Trent Jr. SG Duke
  30. Atlanta - Moritz Wagner PF Michigan

Second Round

31. Phoenix - Jalen Brunson PG Villanova

32. Memphis - Keita Bates-Diop SF Ohio State

33. Atlanta - Trevon Duval PG Duke

34. Dallas - Josh Okogie SG Georgia Tech

35. Orlando - Aaron Holiday PG UCLA - Holiday’s a bit undersized, but can score, and that goes a long ways in today’s NBA. He’s off the board early in the second if he even slips that far.

36. Sacramento - Raymond Spalding PF Louisville

37. New York - Hamidou Diallo SG Kentucky

38. Philadelphia - Landry Shamet PG Wichita State

39. Philadelphia - Melvin Frazier SG Tulane

40. Brooklyn - Rawle Alkins SG Arizona - Alkins is a good athlete that can play defense who has proven himself in college. He should be a guaranteed second round pick.

41. Orlando - Brandon McCoy C UNLV

42. Detroit - Shake Milton PG SMU

43. Denver - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk SG Kansas

44. Washington - Devonte Graham SG Kansas

45. Brooklyn - De’Anthony Melton PG USC - Melton averaged less than 10 points per-game in one year at USC, but he’ll get drafted based on his high ceiling.

46. Houston - Jarred Vanderbilt SF Kentucky

47. Lakers - Arnoldas Kulboka SF Lithuania

48. Minnesota - Riodons Kurucs SF Latvia

49. San Antonio - Grayson Allen SG Duke

50. Indiana - Bruce Brown SG Miami

51. New Orleans - Malik Newman SG Kansas

52. Utah - Javon Carter PG West Virginia

53. Oklahoma City - Chimezie Metu PF USC - Sad to see such a good player fall this far, but Metu seems like a guy who can put together a long career in the NBA with the skill set he has if he lands on the right team.

54. Dallas - Tony Carr PG Penn State

55. Charlotte - Tryggvi Hlinason C Iceland

56. Philadelphia - Billy Preston PF Bosnia & Herzigovina

57. Oklahoma City - Kevin Hervey SF UT-Arlington

58. Denver - Justin Jackson SF Maryland

59. Phoenix - Keenan Evans PG Texas Tech

60. Philadelphia - Issuf Sanon SG Ukraine