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2018 NBA G League Draft Results

A complete look at all four rounds of the NBA G League draft.

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The NBA G League completed its four-round draft on Saturday. After today’s action, each team is closer to completing their opening day rosters. The Salt Lake City Stars chose 28-year-old forward Willie Reed with the No. 1 overall pick. Along with Reed, Saturday’s draft featured a plethora of familiar faces.

Here are the results of the 2018 NBA G League Draft (courtesy of the NBA G League).

Round 1

  1. Salt Lake City – Willie Reed
  2. Greensboro – Chinanu Onuaku
  3. Greensboro – Tyler Nelson
  4. South Bay – Alen Smailagic
  5. Erie – Terrell Miller
  6. Northern Arizona – Aaron Epps
  7. Canton – Darel Poirer
  8. Stockton – Terry Maston
  9. Delaware – Hakim Warrick
  10. Santa Cruz – Jordan Howard
  11. Iowa – Daxter Miles Jr.
  12. Windy City – Joe Kilgore
  13. Grand Rapids – Jovan Mooring
  14. Long Island – Durand Scott
  15. Capital City – Noah Allen
  16. Northern Arizona – Roddy Peters
  17. Santa Cruz – Kentrell Barkley
  18. Santa Cruz – Jemerrio Jones
  19. Grand Rapids – Micah Seaborn
  20. Agua Caliente – Manu Lacomte
  21. Erie – Sanjay Lumpkin
  22. Long Island – Jabari Craig
  23. Delaware – Marcus Marshall
  24. Lakeland – QJ Peterson
  25. Raptors 905 – LeRon Black
  26. Austin – Connor Burchfield
  27. Westchester – Chris Wray

Round 2

  1. Salt Lake City – Justin Reyes
  2. Long Island – Jahvari Josiah
  3. Fort Wayne – Rob Gray
  4. Stockton – Anthony Walker
  5. Fort Wayne – Deion McClenton
  6. Agua Caliente – Tavrion Dawson
  7. Canton – Shawndre’ Jones
  8. Salt Lake City – James Demery
  9. Northern Arizona – AJ Mosby
  10. Santa Cruz – DeAngelo Isby
  11. Iowa – Mike Amius
  12. Greensboro – Passed
  13. Sioux Falls – Jalen Hayes
  14. Fort Wayne – Marquez Letcher-Ellis
  15. Capital City – Devon Bookert
  16. Sioux Falls – Juwan Howard Jr.
  17. South Bay – Colton Weisbrod
  18. Erie – Tommy Hamilton IV
  19. Oklahoma City – Akil Douglas
  20. Texas – Lexus Williams
  21. Grand Rapids – Brandon Hollins
  22. Rio Grande Valley – Jaleel Cousins
  23. Stockton – Passed
  24. Northern Arizona – LaQuinton Ross
  25. Raptors 905 – Parker Jackson-Cartwright
  26. Austin – Jordan Johnson
  27. Westchester – Freddie McSwain

Round 3

  1. Stockton – Passed
  2. Greensboro – Passed
  3. Delaware – Jordan Downing
  4. Maine – John Bohannon
  5. Wisconsin – Kanellos Garbis
  6. Memphis – Curtis Phillips
  7. Canton – Passed
  8. Maine – Tyquan Rolon
  9. Maine – Duane Wilson
  10. Windy City – Marvin Smith
  11. Iowa – Passed
  12. Oklahoma City – Brandon Swannegan
  13. Sioux Falls – Passed
  14. Fort Wayne – Jared Sam
  15. Westchester – Passed
  16. Agua Caliente – Passed
  17. South Bay – Passed
  18. Agua Caliente – Passed
  19. Raptors 905 – Bryson Scott
  20. Texas – Casey Jones
  21. Grand Rapids – Elijah Brown
  22. Rio Grande Valley – Branden Jenkins
  23. Santa Cruz – Tyree Murray
  24. Fort Wayne – Passed
  25. Raptors 905 – Passed
  26. Austin – Nick Dixon
  27. Westchester – Passed

Round 4

  1. Salt Lake City – Passed
  2. Greensboro – Passed
  3. Stockton – Passed
  4. Maine – Schnider Herard
  5. Wisconsin – Michael Qualls
  6. Wisconsin – Passed
  7. Canton – Passed
  8. Texas – Passed
  9. Delaware – Kameron Rooks
  10. Santa Cruz – Passed
  11. Iowa – Passed
  12. Windy City – Passed
  13. Lakeland – Jalen Bradley
  14. Memphis – Nino Johnson
  15. Westchester – Passed
  16. Lakeland – Passed
  17. South Bay – Passed
  18. Rio Grande Valley – Passed
  19. Oklahoma City – Passed
  20. Texas – Passed
  21. Grand Rapids – Keshawn Liggins
  22. Rio Grande Valley – Passed
  23. Maine – Passed
  24. Fort Wayne – Passed
  25. Raptors 905 – Passed
  26. Austin – DeJuan Blair
  27. Westchester – Passed

Moving Forward

The G League regular season will begin on November 2. Only three NBA teams will enter the season without a G League affiliate. The Trail Blazers, Pelicans and Nuggets are the three organizations without representation in the G League.