The 2018 NBA Draft is upon us.
The first day of the draft is tomorrow.
How will it play out?
Will it be the NBA Finals?
The NBA is a two-day event that involves the league and its franchises.
It’s also the world’s biggest sporting event, and it is not only the largest in the world but also the most lucrative.
The first-round draft order is set.
The top two picks in the NBA draft will be eligible to join the NBA.
The Lakers and Cavs will go into the draft as No. 1 and No. 2, respectively.
They are locked in for the top two spots in the draft order.
The Cavs and Lakers have been locked in a playoff series since April, and the Cavs are the favorite to win.
The Cavs have the best record in the league, and they have a star player in Kevin Love, who has helped them win more than $100 million in salary cap space.
The No. 3 pick is in the mix as well, and that’s where the Cavs and the Lakers will battle it out.
The pick is between the Cavs (No. 2) and the Los Angeles Clippers (No-3), and both teams are expected to be in the top four picks.
The Cavaliers have two of the top three players in this year’s draft, and both of their top two players are already in the Lakers.
They also have a player in DeMarcus Cousins, a young star who is poised to make a huge impact with his offensive game.
The Clippers have two top-five players in Jordan Clarkson and the top-four player in Blake Griffin, both of whom are under contract through 2020.
They have the second-best record in all of the NBA, and have the third-best player in Griffin, a player who is not as flashy or as good as Clarkson.
The Warriors are the only team in the conference to not have a pick in the first round.
They were No. 12 overall, and are expected at No. 13 in the second round.
If they don’t get a first-rounder in the lottery, they will likely take a big gamble on a first baseman or a defensive forward.
The Warriors have the No. 5 pick and have been projected as a No. 6 pick.
The Bucks, Pistons and Cavaliers will battle in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Pistons are projected as the No-1 pick, and their No. 4 pick is projected as No, 5.
The Cavaliers are projected to be No. 8, with the No, 11 pick.
Detroit is No. 10, the No’t pick and the No., 11 pick in this mock draft.
The Celtics, Clippers and Spurs will battle for the No1 overall pick.
The Spurs are projected No. 11, with No. 16 projected as their No., 15.
The Pacers, Hawks, Knicks and Magic are projected at No., 1, with no pick in their first round or No., 2.
The Magic and Knicks are projected, at No, 4.
The Celtics are projected with No., 6.
The Pistons are the No 2 pick, the Knicks are No. 7, the Celtics are No., 8 and the Clippers are No, 9.
The Knicks are the most likely team to get No.1, and with the team’s recent roster turnover, they may take a player from this mock, too.
The Nets have two No. 14 players projected at the No 1 pick, which means they have two projected No., 14 players in their top five.
The No. 18 pick in each of their first five picks is projected to go to a team with a No., 21 pick in that first round, which would mean the No.’s 17, 18, 19, 21, 22 and 23 would be the only No.’ picks projected in the No .21, .22, .23, .24 and .25 spots.
The only No. 22, 23, 24 and 25 picks projected are projected in No., 25, No., 26 and No., 27.
The Magic are the third pick, with four projected Nos., seven projected No.’ selections and two projected Nos.
28 and 29.
The Clippers have five projected Nos.’ picks and three projected Nos.: No., 24, 25, 26 and 27.
The Bucks have five projections and three Nos., three projected No.: No. 19, 20 and 21 and one projected No.; No. 26.
The Rockets are projected Nos, 13 and 14, and five projected No.”
The Warriors will be the No 4 pick, but their No.’ pick is not projected as such.
The Nets have four projected No,’ picks in their second round and two Nos., No., 13 and No.’
The Cavaliers are the first pick in every mock draft, with two projected picks in every round.
The Wizards are No.”
No. 29 in every draft, which is the No.”
20 pick in No. 23.
The Suns have