Some Teams Eying Possibility Of Trading Up For Luka Doncic

Rex Christensen
June 12, 2018

12 pick and No. 13 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. Luka Doncic continues to pile on the accolades with Real Madrid and created some buzz that he may stay in Europe. Unlike most seasons, the top of this draft has a ton of moving parts right now. While it hasn't been confirmed, it appears as if the Suns will be taking Deandre Ayton with the No. 1 overall pick. Bamba was slipping to No. 8 or even past 8 a few months ago.

If these teams are content with their point guard depth and talent, maybe they look to trade out of the top five and acquire an additional asset (s) from a team looking to move up and select Doncic.

Young, who became the first player in college basketball history to lead the country in both points and assists in a single season, averaged 27.4 points, 8.7 assists, and 3.9 rebounds per game for the Sooners. Teams may like the versatility the 6-foot-11 forward offers.

Doncic has received high praise, with many people considering him as the best European prospect of all-time.

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Teaming him with Bogdan Bogdanovic and De'Aaron Fox is building some big-time excitement to watch the Kings this fall.

Hopefully, the Sacramento front office makes a wise choice on draft night and secures their superstar to build around as they head towards contention.

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