NBA Mock Draft
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This season, the NBA Draft is going to be one of the craziest events we have all seen in a long time. With the NBA scrambling to put together a team fit of beating Golden State in a seven game series, there will be a lot of blockbuster trades and moves as the teams try to shift the tide and momentum undertaking desperate risks.

However, I will not attempt to predict trades and all of those crazy things that could happen. This will be a simple mock draft. Hopefully you, the reader, will leave this article extremely informed and prepared for the NBA Draft tomorrow night.

John Vogel’s NBA Mock Draft 1.0

1. Phoenix Suns – C DeAndre Ayton, Arizona

2. Sacramento Kings – SG Luka Doncic, Slovenia

3. Atlanta Hawks – PF Marvin Bagley III, Duke

4. Memphis Grizzlies – SF Michael Porter Jr, Missouri

5. Dallas Mavericks – C Mohamed Bamba, Texas

6. Orlando Magic – PF Jaren Jackson Jr, Michigan State

7. Chicago Bulls – PG Collin Sexton, Alabama

8. Cleveland Cavaliers – PG Trae Young, Oklahoma

9. New York Knicks – SF Mikal Bridges, Villanova

10. Philadelphia 76ers – PF Wendell Carter Jr, Duke

11. Charlotte Hornets – SG Lonnie Walker IV, Miami (Fl.)

12. Los Angeles Clippers – PG Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Kentucky

13. Los Angeles Clippers – PF Robert Williams, Texas A&M

14. Denver Nuggets – SF Kevin Knox, Kentucky

15. Washington Wizards – C Mitchell Robinson, No College

16. Phoenix Suns – SF Miles Bridges, Michigan State

17. Milwaukee Bucks – SG Donte DiVincenzo, Villanova

18. San Antonio Spurs – SF Chandler Hutchinson, Boise State

19. Atlanta Hawks – SG Zhaire Smith, Texas Tech

20. Minnesota Timberwolves – SG Gary Trent Jr, Duke

21. Utah Jazz – PG Aaron Holiday, UCLA

22. Chicago Bulls – SF Keita Bates-Diop, Ohio State

23. Indiana Pacers – PG Jalen Brunson, Villanova

24. Portland Trail Blazers – SG Khyri Thomas, Creighton

25. Los Angeles Lakers – PG De’Anthony Melton, USC

26. Philadelphia 76ers – SG Kevin Huerter, Maryland

27. Boston Celtics – SG Grayson Allen, Duke

28. Golden State Warriors – C Moritz Wagner, Michigan

29. Brooklyn Nets – SG Bruce Brown Jr, Miami (Fl.)

30. Atlanta Hawks – SF Dzanan Musa, Bosnia

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