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Pacific Takes Pac-12 2019 NBA Mock Draft: Two Washington Huskies go in first round

An updated 2019 NBA mock draft heading into the Final Four.

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*We use Tankathon.com to simulate the NBA lottery order until it is officially set.

  1. Memphis - Zion Williamson PF Duke
  2. Atlanta - Ja Morant PG Murray State
  3. Cleveland - RJ Barrett SG Duke
  4. Dallas - Coby White PG North Carolina
  5. New York - Cam Reddish SG Duke
  6. Phoenix - Rui Hachimura SF Gonzaga
  7. Chicago - DeAndre Hunter SF Virginia
  8. New Orleans - Jarrett Culver SG Texas Tech
  9. Washington - Nassir Little SF North Carolina
  10. Minnesota - Keldon Johnson SG Kentucky
  11. Lakers - Jaxson Hayes PF Texas
  12. Charlotte - Bruno Fernando C Maryland
  13. Boston - Darius Garland PG Vanderbilt
  14. Orlando - Romeo Langford SG Indiana
  15. Miami - Sekou Doumboya SF France
  16. Brooklyn - Bol Bol C Oregon - Bol’s slipped on draft boards and I’ve even seen some mocks with him in the second round. I don’t think that’s going to happen. I actually wouldn’t be surprised if he sneaks into the lottery or someone just outside of the lottery, like Brooklyn snags him as a 7’2 steal.
  17. Detroit - Nickeil Alexander SG Virginia Tech
  18. Oklahoma City - Charles Bassey C Western Kentucky
  19. San Antonio - KZ Okpala SG Stanford - The Spurs have made a living on versatile sleepers like Okpala, who is one of the nation’s best players most people out of Pac-12 country haven’t heard about. A combo SG/SF with great length, I see him being a bench player right away at the next level.
  20. Indiana - Daniel Gafford PF Arkansas
  21. Boston - Goga Bitadze C Republic of Georgia
  22. Boston - Tre Jones PG Duke
  23. Utah - PJ Washington PF Kentucky
  24. Philadelphia - Matisse Thybulle SG Washington - Thybulle is one of the most-unique players in the draft and I think that gets him selected in the first round. A good team loaded with offensive talent would be wise to insert him into their lineup for instant defense.
  25. Portland - Cameron Johnson SF North Carolina
  26. Cleveland - Kris Wilkes SG UCLA - Wilkes is officially leaving early and should slip into the first round. His size and shooting should make him a great value at the end of round one.
  27. Brooklyn - Nicolas Claxton PF Georgia
  28. Golden State - Jaylen Nowell PG Washington - Nowell and his mid-range game could be a great addition to a deadly outside shooting team. He feels like a future Sixth Man of the Year.
  29. San Antonio - Chuma Okeke SF Auburn
  30. Milwaukee - Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC - Porter has barely scratched what he’s capable of and his potential is a enough to get him a late-first round selection.