The NBA draft is June 21 and the only thing that seems certain is the Phoenix Suns will use the No. 1 pick on Arizona center Deandre Ayton.
Then again, nothing is certain with the draft.
The Kings are selecting second, with most believing they will target Slovenian teen sensation Luka Doncic, who his playing in Spain for Real Madrid. The Kings, however, aren't giving any hints they're sold on Doncic.
Sacramento has plenty of young power forwards, but if Duke's Marvin Bagley III projects to be better than them, can the Kings pass on him?
What about Missouri's Michael Porter Jr.? A potential rim protector like Mohamed Bamba from Texas?
Let the speculation begin. Here's an early mock of the first round of the 2018 NBA draft:
1. Phoenix Suns
Deandre Ayton, C, Arizona
This year's premier talent is the kind of big man built for today's NBA.
Luka Doncic, G/F, Slovenia
A skilled playmaker who has been a star playing for Real Madrid this season.
3. Atlanta Hawks
Marvin Bagley III, F, Duke
Can score and rebound, and was a standout on a stacked Duke squad.
4. Memphis Grizzlies
Michael Porter Jr., F, Missouri
Considered a possible No. 1 overall pick before a back injury in college.
5. Dallas Mavericks
Jaren Jackson Jr., F, Michigan State
The Mavericks' tanking didn't move them into the top three, but Jackson is a great talent.
6. Orlando Magic
Trae Young, G, Oklahoma
The Magic's search for a point guard could end with the NCAA's leader in scoring and assists last season.
7. Chicago Bulls
Wendell Carter Jr., F/C, Duke
Has the skills to become a contributor on both ends of the floor as a pro.
8. Cleveland Cavaliers
Collin Sexton, G, Alabama
No matter what LeBron James does in free agency, the Cavs need a young point guard.
9. New York Knicks
Mohamed Bamba, F/C, Texas
The big man showed a lot of promise on the defensive end as a freshman.
10. Philadelphia 76ers
Mikal Bridges, G/F, Villanova
He could give the Sixers another solid perimeter defender for their young nucleus.
11. Charlotte Hornets
Kevin Knox, F, Kentucky
It wouldn't be a lottery if a Kentucky player isn't selected in the top 14.
12. Los Angeles Clippers
Miles Bridges, F, Michigan State
Athletic player could be a key piece to what the Clippers hope will be a playoff team again.
13. Los Angeles Clippers
Lonnie Walker IV, G, Miami
Could flourish as a scorer as a pro after showing signs of that as a freshman.
14. Denver Nuggets
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, G, Kentucky
He'd have plenty of time to develop on a Nuggets team that missed the postseason by one game.
15. Washington Wizards
Robert Williams, F/C, Texas A&M
If Williams contributes at all as a rookie, it would help the Wizards' questionable depth.
16. Phoenix Suns
Zhaire Smith, G, Texas Tech
Smarts and athleticism allow him to make plays all over the court.
17. Milwaukee Bucks
Mitchell Robinson, C, Chalmette High School
After sitting out the college season, he still might be one of the best defensive prospects.
18. San Antonio Spurs
Gary Trent Jr., G, Duke
The son of the former NBA forward shot 40.2 percent from 3-point range in college.
19. Atlanta Hawks
Khyri Thomas, G, Creighton
A good shooter (53.8 percent from the field, 41.1 percent on 3s) who could play both guard spots.
20. Minnesota Timberwolves
Aaron Holiday, G, UCLA
The younger brother of NBA guards Jrue and Justin is the latest UCLA point guard to make it to the NBA.
21. Utah Jazz
Dzanan Musa, Bosnia & Herzegovina
A skilled scorer for Cedevita Zagreb in Croatia known for playing with a lot of passion.
22. Chicago Bulls
Troy Brown, G, Oregon
Considered a player with the size to be an impact player on offense and defense and is still just 18.
23. Indiana Pacers
Anfernee Simons, G, IMG Academy
Another intriguing prospect who did not play college basketball last season.
24. Portland Trail Blazers
Donte DiVincenzo, G, Villanova
The star of the NCAA Tournament championship game would add another scorer to Portland's explosive backcourt.
25. Los Angeles Lakers
Chandler Hutchison, G/F, Boise State
The Lakers' focus will be free agency, but another young wing wouldn't hurt.
26. Philadelphia 76ers
Omari Spellman, F/C, Villanova
Could become a player who plays with force around the rim, something every team needs.
27. Boston Celtics
Jontay Porter, F/C, Missouri
Michael Porter's younger brother does not play like a traditional big, which makes him an ideal prospect.
28. Golden State Warriors
Bruce Brown Jr., G, Miami
The Warriors don't need much, so Brown can learn behind the likes of Klay Thompson.
29. Brooklyn Nets
Jalen Brunson, G, Villanova
The leader of the national champions could help the Nets early.
30. Atlanta Hawks
Grayson Allen, G, Duke
Known for knocking down big shots — and opponents by using his feet — during his career.