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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 8:26 am    Post subject: 2018 NBA Draft - Mock Ups compilation

I did this last year, and it was fun. We shall see how well I keep up as it is a busier year than last.

I will post the Top 10 selections, followed by the Lakers' #25 slot pick.

If I miss any, please let me know.

Landof10

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG/SF   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Marvin Bagley III   Duke   PF/C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Jaren Jackson   Michigan State   PF   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mohamed Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Wendell Carter   Duke   PF/C   Fr.
7   Chicago   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
8   *Cleveland   Collin Sexton   Alabama   PG   Fr.
9   New York   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
10   *Philadelphia   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SG/SF   Jr.


Code:
25   *LA Lakers   Jontay Porter   Missouri   PF/C   Fr.


UPDATED: 6 June 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luca Doncic   Slovenia   SG/SF   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Marvin Bagley III   Duke   PF/C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   PF   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mohamed Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Wendell Carter Jr.   Duke   PF/C   Fr.
7   Chicago   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
8   *Cleveland   Collin Sexton   Alabama   PG   Fr.
9   New York   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
10   *Philadelphia   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SG/SF   Jr.


Code:
25   *LA Lakers   De’Anthony Melton   USC   PG/SG   So.


SECCountry

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
2   Sacramento   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
3   Atlanta   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
4   Memphis   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
7   Chicago   Wendell Carter   Duke   C   Fr.
8   Cleveland   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.
9   New York   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Shai Gilgeous-Alexander   Kentucky   PG   Fr.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   Shake Milton   SMU   PG/SG   Jr.


UPDATED: 6 June 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
3   Atlanta   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
7   Chicago   Wendell Carter   Duke   C   Fr.
8   Cleveland (via Brooklyn)   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.
9   New York   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Shai Gilgeous-Alexander   Kentucky   PG   Fr.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   De’Anthony Melton   USC   SG   Soph.


NBADraft (copied from landof10)

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luca Doncic   Slovenia   SG/SF   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
4   Memphis   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   PF   Fr.
5   Dallas   Michael Porter   Missouri   SF   Fr.
6   Orrlando   Wendell Carter   Duke   PF/C   Fr.
7   Chicago   Mohamed Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
8   *Cleveland   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
9   New York   Collin Sexton   Alabama   PG   Fr.
10   *Philadelphia   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SG/SF   Jr.


Code:
25   *LA Lakers   Jontay Porter   Missouri   PF/C   Fr.


UPDATED: 5 June 2018

Code:
1 Phoenix DeAndre Ayton 7-0 260 C Arizona Fr.
2 Sacramento Marvin Bagley 6-11 235 PF Duke Fr.
3 Atlanta Mohamed Bamba 7-0 225 C Texas Fr.
4 Memphis Jaren Jackson Jr. 6-11 235 PF Michigan St. Fr.
5 Dallas Luka Doncic 6-8 225 SG/SF Slovenia Intl.
6 Orlando Michael Porter 6-11 210 SF Missouri Fr.
7 Chicago Mikal Bridges 6-7 210 SG/SF Villanova Jr.
8 *Cleveland Trae Young 6-2 180 PG Oklahoma Fr.
9 New York Wendell Carter 6-10 250 PF/C Duke Fr.
10 *Philadelphia Shai Gilgeous-Al... 6-6 180 PG Kentucky Fr.


Code:
25 *LA Lakers Mitchell Robinson 7-1 225 C USA Fr.


Tankathon

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   PHX   
DeAndre Ayton
C | Arizona
7'1"
250 lbs
Freshman
19.8 yrs
20.1 PTS   11.6 REB   1.6 AST   1.9 BLK   0.6 STL

2   SAC   
Luka Dončić
SG | Real Madrid
6'7"
218 lbs
International
19.2 yrs
14.5 PTS   5.2 REB   4.7 AST   0.4 BLK   1.1 STL

3   ATL   
Jaren Jackson Jr.
PF | Michigan State
6'10"
225 lbs
Freshman
18.7 yrs
10.9 PTS   5.8 REB   1.1 AST   3.0 BLK   0.6 STL

4   MEM   
Marvin Bagley
PF | Duke
6'11"
220 lbs
Freshman
19.2 yrs
21.0 PTS   11.1 REB   1.5 AST   0.9 BLK   0.8 STL

5   DAL   
Mohamed Bamba
C | Texas
7'0"
216 lbs
Freshman
20.0 yrs
12.9 PTS   10.5 REB   0.5 AST   3.7 BLK   0.8 STL

6   ORL   
Trae Young
PG | Oklahoma
6'2"
180 lbs
Freshman
19.7 yrs
27.4 PTS   3.9 REB   8.7 AST   0.3 BLK   1.7 STL

7   CHI   
Michael Porter
SF | Missouri
6'10"
216 lbs
Freshman
19.9 yrs
10.0 PTS   6.7 REB   0.3 AST   0.3 BLK   1.0 STL

8   CLE   
Wendell Carter
PF/C | Duke
6'10"
257 lbs
Freshman
19.1 yrs
13.5 PTS   9.1 REB   2.0 AST   2.1 BLK   0.8 STL

9   NY   
Mikal Bridges
SG/SF | Villanova
6'7"
210 lbs
Junior
21.7 yrs
17.7 PTS   5.3 REB   1.9 AST   1.1 BLK   1.5 STL

10   PHI   
Miles Bridges
SF/PF | Michigan State
6'7"
230 lbs
Sophomore
20.2 yrs
17.1 PTS   7.0 REB   2.7 AST   0.8 BLK   0.6 STL


Code:
25   LAL   
Khyri Thomas
SG | Creighton
6'3"
200 lbs
Junior
22.0 yrs
15.1 PTS   4.4 REB   2.8 AST   0.2 BLK   1.7 STL


ESPN (via SECCountry)

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
4   Memphis   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
7   Chicago   Wendell Carter   Duke   C   Fr.
8   Cleveland (via Brooklyn)   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
9   New York   Collin Sexton   Alabama   PG   Fr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   De’Anthony Melton   USC   SG   Soph.


UPDATED: 6 June 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
3   Atlanta   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
7   Chicago   Wendell Carter   Duke   C   Fr.
8   Cleveland (via Brooklyn)   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.
9   New York   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Shai Gilgeous-Alexander   Kentucky   PG   Fr.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   De’Anthony Melton   USC   SG   Soph.


Tankathon (again, via SECCountry)

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
7   Chicago   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
8   Cleveland   Wendell Carter   Duke   PF   Fr.
9   New York   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Miles Bridges   Michigan State   SF   Soph.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   Gart Trent Jr.   Duke   SG   Fr.


UPDATED: 6 June 2018

Code:
1   Phoenix   Deandre Ayton   Arizona   C   Fr.
2   Sacramento   Luka Doncic   Slovenia   SG   Intl.
3   Atlanta   Jaren Jackson Jr.   Michigan State   C   Fr.
4   Memphis   Marvin Bagley   Duke   PF   Fr.
5   Dallas   Mo Bamba   Texas   C   Fr.
6   Orlando   Trae Young   Oklahoma   PG   Fr.
7   Chicago   Michael Porter Jr.   Missouri   SF   Fr.
8   Cleveland (via Brooklyn)   Wendell Carter   Duke   PF   Fr.
9   New York   Mikal Bridges   Villanova   SF   Jr.
10   Philadelphia (via LA Lakers)   Miles Bridges   Michigan State   SF   Soph.


Code:
25   LA Lakers (via Cleveland)   Keita Bates-Diop   Ohio State   SF   Jr.


CBS Sports

Posted 16 May 2018

Gary Parrish
Code:
1   SUNS
Deandre Ayton | Arizona | Fr | C
2    KINGS
Luka Doncic | International | SG
3    HAWKS
Marvin Bagley III | Duke | Fr | PF
4    GRIZZLIES
Michael Porter Jr. | Missouri | Fr | SF
5    MAVERICKS
Jaren Jackson Jr. | Michigan St. | Fr | PF
6    MAGIC
Trae Young | Oklahoma | Fr | PG
7    BULLS
Mohamed Bamba | Texas | Fr | PF
8    CAVALIERS
Pick acquired from Brooklyn
Collin Sexton | Alabama | Fr | PG
9    KNICKS
Wendell Carter Jr. | Duke | Fr | PF
10    76ERS
Pick acquired from Los Angeles Lakers
Mikal Bridges | Villanova | Jr | SF


Code:
25    LAKERS
Pick acquired from Cleveland
Bruce Brown Jr. | Miami | Soph | SG


UPDATED: 62 June 2018

Code:
1 SUNS Deandre Ayton | Arizona | Fr | C
2 KINGS Marvin Bagley III | Duke | Fr | PF
3 HAWKS Luka Doncic | International | SG
4 GRIZZLIES Michael Porter Jr. | Missouri | Fr | SF
5 MAVERICKS Jaren Jackson Jr. | Michigan State | Fr | PF
6 MAGIC Trae Young | Oklahoma | Fr | PG
7 BULLS Mohamed Bamba | Texas | Fr | PF
8 CAVALIERS Collin Sexton | Alabama | Fr | PG
9 KNICKS Wendell Carter Jr. | Duke | Fr | PF
10 76ERS Mikal Bridges | Villanova | Jr | SF


Code:
25 LAKERS De'Anthony Melton | Southern California | Soph | PG


CBS

Posted: 5 June 2018

Matt Norlander
Code:
1 SUNS Deandre Ayton | Arizona | Fr | C
2 KINGS Marvin Bagley III | Duke | Fr | PF
3 HAWKS Luka Doncic | International | SG
4 GRIZZLIES Trae Young | Oklahoma | Fr | PG
5 MAVERICKS Jaren Jackson Jr. | Michigan State | Fr | PF
6 MAGIC Michael Porter Jr. | Missouri | Fr | PF
7 BULLS Mohamed Bamba | Texas | Fr | C
8 CAVALIERS Mikal Bridges | Villanova | Jr | SF
9 KNICKS Collin Sexton | Alabama | Fr | PG
10 76ERS Wendell Carter Jr. | Duke | Fr | PF/C


Code:
25 LAKERS Donte DiVincenzo | Villanova | So | SG


Quote:
After his impressive combine run, I might have DiVincenzo too low, but here's why I think he's a tough read between 20-30 in this draft: What position will he play? Not that the NBA dictates position necessities in the traditional sense now, but he's clearly not equipped to run an NBA offense at this stage. He's athletic but still undersized against many NBA 2s. I think going to the Lakers makes a lot of sense. He can take his time there, on a young squad, but also arrives in LA as a big-name guy.



Sporting News

Posted 16 May 2018

Code:
1. Suns — Luka Doncic, G, Real Madrid
2. Kings — Deandre Ayton, C, Arizona
3. Hawks — Marvin Bagley III, PF/C, Duke
4. Grizzlies — Jaren Jackson Jr., PF/C, Michigan State
5. Mavericks — Mohamed Bamba, C, Texas
6. Magic — Trae Young, PG, Oklahoma
7. Bulls — Wendell Carter Jr., C, Duke
8. Cavs (via Nets) — Michael Porter Jr., SF/PF, Missouri
9. Knicks — MIles Bridges, SF/PF, Michigan State
10. 76ers (via Lakers) — Mikal Bridges, SG/SF, Villanova


Code:
25. Lakers (via Cavs) — Anfernee Simons, PG, IMG Academy


Quote:
Age: 18.9 | Height: 6-4 | Weight: 180

Simons is this year’s prep-to-pro prospect who will take advantage of being the draft’s unknown. The 6-4 combo guard is a microwave scorer with a theoretically high upside due to his athleticism.

Simons will need time to mature and develop, but the Lakers may have time to spare.


LA Times

Posted 21 May 2018

Code:
1. PHOENIX: Deandre Ayton, 7-0, 260, C, Arizona — The local college and high school product has the talent and upside the Suns need.

2. SACRAMENTO: Luka Doncic, 6-6, 220, G-F, Slovenia — The versatile Euroleague MVP reportedly still is debating whether to enter the draft.

3. ATLANTA: Marvin Bagley III, 6-11, 235, PF, Duke — He's a multifaceted offensive player with tremendous footwork.

4. MEMPHIS: Jaren Jackson Jr., 6-11, 240, PF, Michigan State — An athletic big man, he has good hands and a nice touch.

5. DALLAS: Mohamed Bamba, 7-0, 220, C, Texas — Michael Porter Jr. is also a possibility, but Bamba's defense and upside win out.

6. ORLANDO: Trae Young, 6-2, 180, PG, Oklahoma — The Magic need a point guard and the shooting sensation fits.

7. CHICAGO: Wendell Carter Jr., 6-10, 260, PF/C, Duke — He's a mobile big man and an explosive leaper.

8. CLEVELAND: Michael Porter Jr., 6-10, 215, SF, Missouri — His back issues are a concern, but he's insurance if LeBron James leaves.

9. NEW YORK: Collin Sexton, 6-2, 185, PG, Alabama — Considered one of the more dynamic guards, Sexton is physical and athletic.

10. PHILADELPHIA: Mikal Bridges, 6-7, 210, SG/SF, Villanova — The local product is a tough-nosed kid who plays hard.


Code:
25. LAKERS: Aaron Holiday, 6-1, 185, PG, UCLA — During his three years in school, he thrived in transition and is a good defender.


Sports Illustrated

Posted 21 May 2018

Code:
1. Phoenix Suns SUNS: DEANDRE AYTON, C, ARIZONA | FR.
2. Sacramento Kings KINGS: LUKA DONCIC, G, REAL MADRID
3. Atlanta Hawks HAWKS: JAREN JACKSON JR., C, MICHIGAN STATE | FR.
4. Memphis Grizzlies GRIZZLIES: MARVIN BAGLEY III, F/C, DUKE | FR.
5. Dallas Mavericks MAVERICKS: MOHAMED BAMBA, C, TEXAS | FR.
6. Orlando Magic MAGIC: WENDELL CARTER, C, DUKE | FR.
7. Chicago Bulls BULLS: MICHAEL PORTER JR., SF, MISSOURI | FR.
8. Cleveland Cavaliers CAVALIERS: TRAE YOUNG, PG, OKLAHOMA | FR.
9. New York Knicks KNICKS: MIKAL BRIDGES, SF, VILLANOVA | JR.
10. Philadelphia 76ers 76ERS: MILES BRIDGES, F, MICHIGAN STATE | SO.


Code:
25. Los Angeles Lakers LAKERS: MITCHELL ROBINSON, C, CHALMETTE (LA.) HS


UPDATED: 5 June 2018

Code:
1. Phoenix Suns DEANDRE AYTON, C, ARIZONA | FR.
2. Sacramento Kings MARVIN BAGLEY III, F/C, DUKE | FR.
3. Atlanta Hawks JAREN JACKSON JR., C, MICHIGAN STATE | FR.
4. Memphis Grizzlies LUKA DONCIC, G, REAL MADRID
5. Dallas Mavericks MICHAEL PORTER JR., SF, MISSOURI | FR.
6. Orlando Magic MOHAMED BAMBA, C, TEXAS | FR.
7. Chicago Bulls WENDELL CARTER, C, DUKE | FR.
8. Cleveland Cavaliers COLLIN SEXTON, PG, ALABAMA | FR.
9. New York Knicks TRAE YOUNG, PG, OKLAHOMA | FR.
10. Philadelphia 76ers MIKAL BRIDGES, SF, VILLANOVA | JR.


Code:
25. Los Angeles Lakers DE'ANTHONY MELTON, G, USC | SO.


Quote:
Despite sitting out the season in the fallout of USC’s involvement in the FBI’s college basketball investigation, Melton has kept himself in the mix for a first-round selection through interviews and play at the combine. He has long arms, active hands and a knack for forcing mistakes on the defensive end, and has a good sense of how to play in transition. Melton isn’t very good at finding ways to score in the halfcourt right now and isn’t really a point guard, but his jump shot looked much better than expected, which should be a major help to his draft range. He gives the Lakers another defensive option, and could make sense next to Lonzo Ball.


NBA.com

Posted: 18 June 2018

Code:
1) PHOENIX NEEDS: Point guard, center THE PICK: C Deandre Ayton, Arizona
2) SACRAMENTO NEEDS: Playmaking/finishing wing THE PICK: G/F Luka Doncic, Real Madrid
3) ATLANTA NEEDS: Frontcourt scoring, defense THE PICK: F Marvin Bagley, Duke
4) MEMPHIS NEEDS: Scoring/shooting THE PICK: G Trae Young, Oklahoma
5) DALLAS NEEDS: Post defense, shooting THE PICK: F/C Jaren Jackson, Jr., Michigan State
6) ORLANDO NEEDS: Point guard THE PICK: G Collin Sexton, Alabama
7) CHICAGO NEEDS: Perimeter scoring, defense THE PICK: C/F Mo Bamba, Texas
8) CLEVELAND TEAM NEEDS: Perimeter defense THE PICK: C/F Wendell Carter, Duke
9) NEW YORK TEAM NEEDS: Wing length/defense, shooting THE PICK: F Michael Porter, Jr., Missouri
10) PHILADELPHIA TEAM NEEDS: Young two guard/frontcourt depth THE PICK: F Mikal Bridges, Villanova


Code:
25) L.A. LAKERS TEAM NEEDS: Frontcourt defense/rebounding THE PICK: C Mitchell Robinson, Chalmette (LA) HS


Quote:
Robinson is an enigma to many, having fallen off the radar nationally after de-committing from Western Kentucky last year and never playing any college ball before declaring for the Draft. But he has had some eye-raising workouts—one for the Lakers—in the last few weeks, displaying the raw ability that made him a McDonald’s all-American in high school. He can run and block shots seemingly at will. There is definitely significant talent there. But Robinson will need to display some stability wherever he goes. He’s bounced around schools, agents and workout people the past couple of years and needs to have real structure around him if he’s going to blossom. The City of the Angels is not known for providing structure to young, wealthy men; to them, it’s known for instant entrée into the newest, swankiest clubs and bottles of Moet Imperial on demand. That will not help Robinson. If the Lakers go this route they’ll have to invest in a support system for the 20-year-old that will be well-served saying “no” to him in unison, early and often.


SB Nation

Posted: 18 June 2018

Code:
1. Phoenix Suns - Luka Doncic, G, Slovenia
2. Sacramento Kings - Jaren Jackson Jr., C, Michigan State
3. Atlanta Hawks - Deandre Ayton, C, Arizona
4. Memphis Grizzlies - Marvin Bagley III, C/F, Duke
5. Dallas Mavericks - Mohamed Bamba, C, Texas
6. Orlando Magic - Trae Young, PG, Oklahoma
7. Chicago Bulls - Wendell Carter Jr., C, Duke
8. Cleveland Cavaliers - Michael Porter Jr, F, Missouri
9. New York Knicks - Miles Bridges, F, Michigan State
10. Philadelphia 76ers - Mikal Bridges, F, Villanova


Code:
25. Los Angeles Lakers - Mitchell Robinson, C


Quote:
Robinson is an ultra athletic 7-footer who projects as a shot blocker and rim runner in the vein of Hassan Whiteside. He’s spent the entire year training for the draft after deciding to drop out of Western Kentucky at the start of the year, making him one of this draft’s biggest mystery men.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:27 am    Post subject:

6 June 2018 - many updates!
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:34 am    Post subject:

Added a second CBS draft projection
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Added David Aldridge from NBA.com on 18 June 2018
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The #39 pick? Now all that work for nothing.


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