2018 NBA Draft Results

The 2018 NBA draft has come and gone, and we tracked all 60 picks in the space below.

From Deandre Ayton at No. 1 to Kostas Antetokounmpo at No. 60, here are 2018’s NBA draft results:

First Round:

  1. Phoenix Suns: Deandre Ayton, C (Arizona) (story)
  2. Sacramento Kings: Marvin Bagley III, F/C (Duke)
  3. Dallas Mavericks (from Hawks): Luka Doncic, G (Real Madrid)
  4. Memphis Grizzlies: Jaren Jackson Jr., F/C (Michigan State)
  5. Atlanta Hawks (from Mavericks): Trae Young, G (Oklahoma)
  6. Orlando Magic: Mohamed Bamba, C (Texas)
  7. Chicago Bulls: Wendell Carter Jr., C (Duke)
  8. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Nets): Collin Sexton, PG (Alabama)
  9. New York Knicks: Kevin Knox, F (Kentucky)
  10. Phoenix Suns (from Lakers via Sixers): Mikal Bridges, SF (Villanova)
  11. Los Angeles Clippers (from Hornets): Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, G (Kentucky)
  12. Charlotte Hornets (from Pistons via Clippers): Miles Bridges, F (Michigan State)
  13. Los Angeles Clippers: Jerome Robinson, PG (Boston College)
  14. Denver Nuggets: Michael Porter Jr., F (Missouri)
  15. Washington Wizards: Troy Brown, SG (Oregon)
  16. Philadelphia 76ers (from Heat via Suns): Zhaire Smith, SF (Texas Tech)
  17. Milwaukee Bucks: Donte DiVincenzo, G (Villanova)
  18. San Antonio Spurs: Lonnie Walker, SG (Miami)
  19. Atlanta Hawks (from Timberwolves): Kevin Huerter, SG (Maryland)
  20. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Thunder): Josh Okogie, SG (Georgia Tech)
  21. Utah Jazz: Grayson Allen, SG (Duke)
  22. Chicago Bulls (from Pelicans): Chandler Hutchison, G/F (Boise State)
  23. Indiana Pacers: Aaron Holiday, PG (UCLA)
  24. Portland Trail Blazers: Anfernee Simons, SG (IMG Academy)
  25. Los Angeles Lakers (from Cavaliers): Moritz Wagner, C (Michigan)
  26. Philadelphia 76ers: Landry Shamet, G (Wichita State)
  27. Boston Celtics: Robert Williams, C (Texas A&M)
  28. Golden State Warriors: Jacob Evans, G/F (Cincinnati)
  29. Brooklyn Nets (from Raptors): Dzanan Musa, SF (Cedevita)
  30. Atlanta Hawks (from Rockets): Omari Spellman, PF (Villanova)

Second Round:

  1. Phoenix Suns: Elie Okobo, PG (Pau-Orthez)
  2. Memphis Grizzlies: Jevon Carter, PG (West Virginia)
  3. Dallas Mavericks: Jalen Brunson, PG (Villanova)
  4. Charlotte Hornets (from Hawks): Devonte’ Graham, PG (Kansas)
  5. Orlando Magic: Melvin Frazier, SF (Tulane)
  6. New York Knicks (from Bulls): Mitchell Robinson, C (Western Kentucky)
  7. Portland Trail Blazers (from Kings): Gary Trent Jr., SG (Duke)
  8. Detroit Pistons (from Nets via Sixers): Khyri Thomas, SG (Creighton)
  9. Los Angeles Lakers (from Knicks via Sixers): Isaac Bonga, SF (Frankfurt)
  10. Brooklyn Nets (from Lakers): Rodions Kurucs, F (Barcelona)
  11. Denver Nuggets (from Hornets via Magic): Jarred Vanderbilt, SF (Kentucky)
  12. Detroit Pistons: Bruce Brown, SG (Miami)
  13. Orlando Magic (from Nuggets): Justin Jackson, F (Maryland)
  14. Washington Wizards: Issuf Sanon, G (Olimpija Ljubljana)
  15. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Bucks via Nets and Hornets): Hamidou Diallo, SG (Kentucky)
  16. Houston Rockets (from Heat): De’Anthony Melton, G (USC)
  17. Los Angeles Lakers (from Nuggets): Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, SG (Kansas)
  18. Minnesota Timberwolves: Keita Bates-Diop, PF (Ohio State)
  19. San Antonio Spurs: Chimezie Metu, F/C (USC)
  20. Indiana Pacers: Alize Johnson, PF (Missouri State)
  21. New Orleans Pelicans: Tony Carr, PG (Penn State)
  22. Houston Rockets (from Jazz): Vince Edwards, F (Purdue)
  23. Oklahoma City Thunder: Devon Hall, SG (Virginia)
  24. Philadelphia 76ers (from Trail Blazers via Mavericks): Shake Milton, G (SMU)
  25. Charlotte Hornets (from Cavaliers): Arnoldas Kulboka, SF (Capo D’Orlando)
  26. Dallas Mavericks (from Sixers): Ray Spalding, PF (Louisville)
  27. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Celtics): Kevin Hervey, SF (Texas-Arlington)
  28. Denver Nuggets (from Warriors): Thomas Welsh, C (UCLA)
  29. Phoenix Suns (from Raptors): George King, SF (Colorado)
  30. Dallas Mavericks (from Rockets via Sixers): Kostas Antetokounmpo, SF (Dayton)
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37 thoughts on “2018 NBA Draft Results

  1. knickscavsfan

    Cleveland has named all of hits sports disappointments. The shot, the drive, the fumble, the decision….I’m so happy that they took the mental torture of me having to wonder of them drafting Porter Jr and wondering if this choice would infamously be dubbed “the draft”. No let’s see if my Knicks have the minimals to draft him next. This of course can also be a heartache if he turns out to be a superb player.

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  2. knickscavsfan

    The Clippers have the 12th and 13th. IF …IF ..Porter slips to them they have to take him. They can get the top guy they want and then gamble on Porter.

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    • knickscavsfan

      Porter Jr? Tough choice. Not sure if I trust them to make the right calls but we just have to wait and see. Not mad at the choice.

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    • x%sure

      I called it. Knox to Knix.

      Congrats to nbadraft.net on Shamet. Other sources had him in the 40s.

      So much for the Laker promise to Robinson. Probably there was no promise, just a prospect who doesn’t show up.

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  3. knickscavsfan

    Would be interesting if Porter Jr slips to Phx at #16. They get the guy who was ranked #1 in Ayton and the guy who most feel would be #1 if he was at full health. I think they can afford to wait for him to heal 100%. That would be amazing for them.

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  4. bennyg

    Clips taking two guards is telling me they do not believe Milos is sticking around

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  5. dustin daugherty 824

    Boston… might as well just trade your pick cuz idk who you guys should get.

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      • knickscavsfan

        That was a GREAT pick and a nice fit to play opposite of Horford. Williams physicality to Horford’s finesse. Some draft boards had Williams going anywhere from 14-18.

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  6. mets2424

    Knicks made a great pick. A 18 year old scorer who’s only going to get better.

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    • SouthsideSlugger

      Would’ve rather seen Bridges or Porter with that pick.

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      • ^+1. Porter is worth the gamble. Knox is going to be a bench player after he proves he’s not starter material in a couple of years. Doesn’t matter who the Knicks put in office, they continue to screw up. KP was an accident because the bad decision was taken away before they could make it (Okafor).

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        • Z-A

          Ironically Okafor would have been the perfect Triangle Offense pick for Phil.

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        • bknowledge

          I wanted Mikal Bridges. There’s no way to make a defense consistently work well with KP and Knox. They’re both weak rebounding offensive minded forwards. Either they’ll have to play with a rebounding meaning either KP or Knox will have to guard small forwards which they won’t be able to do. Or if they don’t play with a rebounding center, either KP or Knox are going to have guard big centers (Aaron Baynes, Drummond, DeAndre Jordan) which they can’t do either. Besides making it next to impossible to build a good defense, it’s also not good that Knox will want to play the same position on offense as KP. They’re gonna wanna play offense from the same spots. They’re gonna fight about this. It will work sometimes, but its not an ideal situation for developing young players.

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          • bknowledge

            “Either they’ll have to play with a rebounding center meaning either KP or Knox will have to guard small forwards. Or, they won’t play with a rebounding center and either KP or Knox will have to guard the likes of Drummond, Baynes, DeAndre Jordan”

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  7. bknowledge

    Knox is 6’9. I can only name 2 guys taller that tall who spent their career guarding the small forward position (Tayshaun Prince and Paul George). If Knox can’t guard the small forward position, the Knicks won’t be able to play good D.

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  8. bknowledge

    I wanted Mikal Bridges. Mikal can guard pg, sg, sf, and small ball fours. Mikal has a bigger wingspan and he’s shorter than Knox. Being shorter has advantages in defense: its easier to get lower in a crouch; shorter people have lower centers of gravity which helps them move better faster laterally. Every championship team has a stud wing defender. The Knicks had a chance to get one but they passed. Big mistake.

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  9. bknowledge

    KP already played with combo sf/pf who was good on offense but mediocre on defense and rebounding. And it didn’t work at all. Big failure actually. Ground hog day for the Knicks.

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  10. In my opinion the big winners are:
    Phoenix – Ayton/Mikal
    Sacramento – MBIII
    Dallas – Doncic
    Atlanta – Young
    Chicago – WCJ
    LAC – SGA/Miles
    But above all for the x factor at #14, with the biggest upside is…
    Denver – MPJ
    You see I think he might very well be the best ever player selected at #14, that has always been for me Clyde Drexler, which I grew up loving how he played, absolutely brilliant player, but MPJ can go even better, maybe no, maybe health… who knows but at #14 no one can ever criticize Denver if it doesn’t pay off… but boy oh boy if it pays off, all the other teams will get a good grilling from their fans.

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  11. Also I don’t think I have read anything on Chicago picking WCJ, man what a steal, I think they were gonna go wrong, as always picking Bamba, but Orlando saved them from themselves & picked the right man… just sorry for him, coming from Duke to Chicago but… well what can you do, he is gonna be great.

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  12. SouthsideSlugger

    I really like what OKC was able to do with this draft. Getting Diallo and picking Hall and Hervey were nice additions.

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  13. Which team do you think had the best draft – only one. Go…

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