Jackson and Peter’s 2021 NBA Mock Drafts 2.0

In the last few weeks on the ATM: At The Minute Podcast, Jackson and Peter have both done NBA first round mock drafts. The order in both drafts was randomized based on current lottery odds at the time of recording. Peter’s mock is based on the finalized lottery odds (and coin-flips), while Jackson’s draft order was determined with a few games left in the season.

Some teams have a different number of picks in the two drafts due to associated protections. For example, in Jackson’s mock, Minnesota kept their pick, but they did not in Peter’s. The pick was traded to Golden State but is top-3 protected (meaning Minnesota keeps the pick if it lands in the top-3).

Jackson’s Mock

  1. Minnesota: Cade Cunningham (OK State)
  2. Houston: Jalen Suggs (Gonzaga)
  3. OKC: Jalen Green (G League Ignite)
  4. Orlando: Jonathan Kuminga (G League Ignite)
  5. Detroit: Evan Mobley (USC) 
  6. Cleveland: Scottie Barnes (FSU) 
  7. Toronto: Jalen Johnson (Duke)
  8. Orlando via Chicago: Davion Mitchell (Baylor)
  9. Sacramento: Keon Johnson (Tennessee) 
  10. New Orleans: Kai Jones (Texas)
  11. Washington: Moses Moody (Arkansas) 
  12. Indiana: Josh Giddey (Australia)
  13. San Antonio: Franz Wagner (Michigan)
  14. Memphis: James Bouknight (Uconn) 
  15. Charlotte: Isaiah Jackson (Kentucky)
  16. Boston: Jared Butler (Baylor)
  17. Golden State: Corey Kispert (Gonzaga)
  18. OKC via Miami: Ziaire Williams (Stanford)
  19. Atlanta: Usman Garuba (Spain)
  20. LA Lakers: Johnny Juzang (UCLA)
  21. New York: Greg Brown (Texas)
  22. Houston via Portland: Cam Thomas (LSU)
  23. New York via Dallas: BJ Boston (Kentucky)
  24. Houston via Milwaukee: Jaden Springer (Tennessee)
  25. Denver: Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (Villanova)
  26. Brooklyn: Ayo Dosunmu (Illinois)
  27. LA Clippers: Miles McBride (WVU)
  28. Philadelphia: Tre Mann (Florida)
  29. Phoenix: Alperen Sengun (Turkey)
  30. Utah: Chris Duarte (Oregon)

Peter’s Mock

  1. Toronto: Cade Cunningham (OK State)
  2. OKC: Jalen Green (G League Ignite)
  3. Orlando: Jalen Suggs (Gonzaga)
  4. Golden State via Minnesota: Evan Mobley (USC)
  5. OKC via Houston: Jonathan Kuminga (G League Ignite)
  6. Detroit: Scottie Barnes (FSU)
  7. Cleveland: Keon Johnson (Tennessee)
  8. Orlando via Chicago: Moses Moody (Arkansas)
  9. Sacramento: Josh Giddey (Australia)
  10. New Orleans: Davion Mitchell (Baylor)
  11. Charlotte: Usman Garuba (Spain)
  12. San Antonio: Franz Wagner (Michigan)
  13. Indiana: James Bouknight (Uconn)
  14. Golden State: Chris Duarte (Oregon)
  15. Washington: Kai Jones (Texas)
  16. Boston: Alperen Sengun (Turkey)
  17. Memphis: Corey Kispert (Gonzaga)
  18. Houston via Miami: Jalen Johnson (Duke)
  19. New York: Ziaire Williams (Stanford)
  20. Atlanta: Cam Thomas (LSU)
  21. New York via Dallas: Jared Butler (Baylor)
  22. LA Lakers: Ayo Dosunmu (Illinois)
  23. Houston via Portland: Jaden Springer (Tennessee)
  24. Houston via Milwaukee: Greg Brown (Texas)
  25. LA Clippers: Sharife Cooper (Auburn)
  26. Denver: Isaiah Jackson (Kentucky)
  27. Brooklyn: Day’Ron Sharpe (UNC)
  28. Philadelphia: Bones Hyland (VCU)
  29. Phoenix: Tre Mann (Florida)
  30. Utah: Herb Jones (Alabama)
Spotify Link to Jackson’s Mock

Apple Link for Jackson’s Mock

Spotify Link to Peter’s Mock

Apple Link for Peter’s Mock

Published by Jackson Stoever

Recent Oklahoma State graduate who is a die-hard Suns fan.

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