NBA Live Mock Draft Podcast Results

With the NBA Draft less than 48 hours away, Kevin and Brad invited special guest Patrick Wong on to do a live mock draft. The guys went through all 60 picks switching off pick-by-pick to project what many have called the best draft class in more than a decade. Picks were made based on what WE would have done, NOT what we think the teams will necessarily do.

Here are our picks: (K = Kevin, P = Patrick, B = Brad)

Round 1:

  1. Phoenix (K)– DeAndre Ayton (Arizona)
  2. Sacramento (P)– Luka Doncic (Real Madrid)
  3. Atlanta (B)– Jaren Jackson Jr (Michigan State)
  4. Memphis (K)– Marvin Bagley (Duke)
  5. Dallas (P)– Mo Bamba (Texas)
  6. Orlando (B)– Trae Young (Oklahoma)
  7. Chicago (K)– Michael Porter Jr (Missouri)
  8. Cleveland (P)– Wendell Carter Jr (Duke)
  9. New York (B)– Mikal Bridges (Villanova)
  10. Philadelphia (K)– Miles Bridges (Michigan State)
  11. Charlotte (P)– Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Kentucky)
  12. LA Clippers (B)– Robert Williams (Texas A&M)
  13. LA Clippers (K)– Collin Sexton (Alabama)
  14. Denver (P)– Kevin Knox (Kentucky)
  15. Washington (B)– Lonnie Walker (Miami)
  16. Phoenix (K)– Zhaire Smith (Texas Tech)
  17. Milwaukee (P)– Aaron Holiday (UCLA)
  18. San Antonio (B)– Khyri Thomas (Creighton)
  19. Atlanta (K)– Donte DiVincenzo (Villanova)
  20. Minnesota (P)– Keita Bates-Diop (Ohio State)
  21. Utah (B)– Kevin Huerter (Maryland)
  22. Chicago (K)– Mitchell Robinson (Western Kentucky)
  23. Indiana (P)– Elie Okobo (Pau-Lacq-Orthez)
  24. Portland (B)– Jacob Evans (Cincinnati)
  25. LA Lakers (K)– Chandler Hutchison (Boise State)
  26. Philadelphia (P)– Moritz Wagner (Michigan)
  27. Boston (B)– Jevon Carter (West Virginia)
  28. Golden State (K)– Josh Okogie (Georgia Tech)
  29. Brooklyn (P)– Grayson Allen (Duke)
  30. Atlanta (B)– Melvin Frazier (Tulane)

Round 2:

  1. Phoenix (K)– Jalen Brunson (Villanova)
  2. Memphis (P)– Troy Brown (Oregon)
  3. Dallas (B)– Gary Trent Jr (Duke)
  4. Atlanta (K)– Issuf Sanon (Petrol Olimpija)
  5. Orlando (P)– Dzanan Musa (Cedevita)
  6. New York (B)– Omari Spellman (Villanova)
  7. Sacramento (K)– Jarred Vanderbilt (Kentucky)
  8. Philadelphia (P)– Bruce Brown (Miami)
  9. Philadelphia (B)– Anfernee Simons (IMG Academy)
  10. Brooklyn (K)– Kevin Hervey (UT-Arlington)
  11. Orlando (P)– Chimezie Metu (USC)
  12. Detroit (B)– Vincent Edwards (Purdue)
  13. Denver (K)– Shake Milton (SMU)
  14. Washington (P)– De’Anthony Melton (USC)
  15. Brooklyn (B)– Jerome Robinson (Boston College)
  16. Houston (K)– Kenrich Williams (TCU)
  17. LA Lakers (P)– Justin Jackson (Maryland)
  18. Minnesota (B)– Rawle Alkins (Arizona)
  19. San Antonio (K)– Isaac Bonga (Frankfurt Skyliners)
  20. Indiana (P)– Hamidou Diallo (Kentucky)
  21. New Orleans (B)– Wenyen Gabriel (Kentucky)
  22. Utah (K)– Landry Shamet (Wichita State)
  23. Oklahoma City (P)– Alonzo Trier (Arizona)
  24. Dallas (B)– Alize Johnson (Missouri State)
  25. Charlotte (K)– Kostas Antetokounmpo (Dayton)
  26. Philadelphia (P)– Rodions Kurucs (FC Barcelona)
  27. Oklahoma City (B)– Cyrille Eliezer-Vanerot (Levallois Metropolitans)
  28. Denver (K)– Arnoldas Kulboka (Brose Bamberg)
  29. Phoenix (P)– Trevon Duval (Duke)
  30. Philadelphia (B)– Donte Grantham (Clemson)

Notable Players Undrafted: Devonte Graham (Kansas), Tony Carr (Penn State), Devon Hall (Virginia), Malik Newman (Kansas), Svi Mykhailiuk (Kansas), Theo Pinson (North Carolina), Billy Preston (Kansas), Ray Spalding (Louisville), Brandon McCoy (UNLV), Angel Delgado (Seton Hall)

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