2018 NBA AllStar Game Mock Draft

2018 NBA AllStar Game Mock Draft

In honor of the 2018 NBA AllStar Game Draft, the first ever, we decided to have a little fun with it and conduct a mock draft of our own. Cannon will represent LeBron James as one team captain and I (Rongy) will serve as Steph Curry and the other team captain. Since LeBron earned the most votes, he will pick first. The first four rounds will be devoted to picking the game’s starters. LeBron will have the first pick in the first four rounds. The final seven rounds will fill out the respective rosters with Curry receiving the first pick in those rounds. 2018 NBA AllStar Game Mock Draft.

Team Captains: LeBron James (Cannon), Steph Curry (Rongy)

Starter Player Pool

East West
Kyrie Irving James Harden
DeMar DeRozan Kevin Durant
Giannis Antetokounmpo Anthony Davis
Joel Embid DeMarcus Cousins

Reserve Player Pool

East West
Kyle Lowry Damian Lillard
Bradley Beal Klay Thompson
John Wall Jimmy Butler
Victor Oladipo Russell Westbrook
Kevin Love LaMarcus Aldridge
Kristaps Porzingis Draymond Green
Al Horford Karl-Anthony Towns

Round 1

Team LeBron: Kevin Durant – Foward (Golden State Warriors)

Team Curry: Giannis Antetokounmpo – Foward (Milwaukee Bucks)

Round 2

Team LeBron: Anthony Davis –  Foward (New Orleans Pelicans)

Team Curry: DeMarcus Cousins – Foward (New Orleans Pelicans)

Round 3

Team LeBron: Kyrie Irving – Guard (Boston Celtics)

Team Curry: Joel Embid – Foward (Philadelphia 76ers)

Round 4

Team LeBron: James Harden – Guard (Houston Rockets)

Team Curry: DeMar DeRozan – Guard (Toronto Raptors)


Round 5

Team Curry: Russel Westbrook – Guard (Oklahoma City Thunder)

Team LeBron: Jimmy Butler – Guard (Minnesota Timberwolves)

Round 6

Team Curry: Kristaps Porzingis – Foward (New York Knicks)

Team LeBron: John Wall – Guard (Washington Wizards)

Round 7

Team Curry: Damian Lillard – Guard (Portland Trail Blazers)

Team LeBron: Karl-Anthony Towns – Foward (Minnesota Timberwolves)

Round 8

Team Curry: Victor Oladipo – Guard (Indiana Pacers)

Team LeBron: Klay Thompson – Guard (Golden State Warriors)

Round 9

Team Curry: LaMarcus Aldridge – Foward (San Antonio Spurs)

Team LeBron: Al Horford – Forward (Boston Celtics)

Round 10

Team Curry: Draymond Green – Forward (Golden State Warriors)

Team LeBron: Kyle Lowry – Guard (Toronto Raptors)

Round 11

Team Curry: Bradley Beal – Guard (Washington Wizards)

Team LeBron: Kevin Love – Forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)


Results

Team LeBron Starting Lineup

  • Kyrie Irving – G
  • James Harden – G
  • Kevin Durant – F
  • Lebron James – F
  • Anthony Davis – F

Team Curry Starting Lineup

  • Steph Curry – G
  • DeMar DeRozan – G
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo – F
  • Joel Embid – F
  • DeMarcus Cousins – F

Team LeBron Reserves

  • Jimmy Butler- G
  • John Wall- G
  • Klay Thomspon- G
  • Kyle Lowry – G
  • Karl-Anthony Towns- F
  • Al Horford- F
  • Kevin Love- F

Team Curry Reserves

  • Russell Westbrook- G
  • Damian Lillard- G
  • Victor Oladipo- G
  • Bradley Beal- G
  • Kristaps Porzingis- F
  • LaMarcus Aldridge- F
  • Draymond Green- F

 

While the results of the real All-Star draft won’t be made public, we can imagine the insanity that would ensue if it were. Next year they should televise the whole process.

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