- Cleveland - R.J. Barrett SG Duke
2. Memphis - Nassir Little SF North Carolina
3. Phoenix - Sekou Doumbouya SF France
4. Sacramento - Zion Williamson PF Duke
5. Dallas - Cameron Reddish SG Duke
6. Brooklyn - Nazreon Reid PF LSU
7. Charlotte - Rui Hachimura SF Gonzaga
8. Clippers - Daniel Gafford C Arkansas
9. Atlanta - Romeo Langford SG Indiana
10. Orlando - Quentin Grimes SG Kansas
11. Denver - Jaylen Hoard SF Wake Forest
12. Chicago - Luka Samonic PF Greece
13. Detroit - Charles Bassey PF Western Kentucky
14. San Antonio - Kellan Grady PG Davidson
15. New York - D’Andre Hunter SF Virginia
16. Miami - Jontay Porter C Missouri
17. Indiana - Kris Wilkes SF UCLA - It takes 17 picks to get to a Pac-12 player. Not great for the conference. Wilkes is a long scorer and that should be enough to get him close to the lottery or early-post-lottery at worst.
18. Portland - Bol Bol C Oregon - Bol has endless potential. I can’t imagine him sticking around too long in the first round. He could easily play himself into the Top 5/10.
19. Oklahoma City - Lamont West PF West Virginia
20. Minnesota - Darius Garland PG Vanderbilt
21. Toronto - Keldon Johnson SG Kentucky
22. New Orleans - Louis King SF Oregon - Another Duck blue chip recruit who is probably post-lottery, but first round, who could easily play his way up the board. King’s a well-rounded crazy athlete with a ton of NBA potentia.
23. Philadelphia - Jarret Culver PG Texas Tech
24. Lakers - Simi Shittu PF Vanderbilt
25. Washington - P.J. Washington PF Kentucky
26. Utah - Nickeil Alexander SG Virginia Tech
27. Milwaukee - Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC - The talented freshman might be a one and done for the Trojans and their next first round pick.
28. Houston - Austin Wiley PF Auburn
29. Boston - Sagaba Kanate PF West Virginia
30. Golden State - Killian Tillie PF Gonzaga