On opening night of college basketball, the young stars shined bright and established their already-firm status as likely top picks in next year’s NBA Draft.
Duke standouts RJ Barrett, Cam Reddish and Zion Williamson combined for 83 points — one fewer than Kentucky’s entire team — in ain the Champions Classic nightcap. In the opening game, between Kansas and Michigan State, Quentin Grimes hung 21 on the tenth-ranked Spartans by knocking down six of his 10 3-point attempts on the evening.
There are still dozens of games yet to be played for 2019 draft hopefuls and room to improve or worsen draft stock before next June’s annual selection, but let’s take a look at where things stand with a rundown of my first mock draft of the season with the draft order determined by SportsLine’s NBA regular-season projections .
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