Lakers, Celtics, Cavaliers and 76ers all pick within the top 10.
With news of Joel Embiid's foot injury shocking the NBA landscape, the draft on June 26 is sure to be one of the most unpredictable in recent years.
Embiid was the consensus number one pick, but now there are major red flags surrounding the big man, who has already suffered two serious injuries at the age of 20.
Here's how the top ten picks could now shape up.
1. Cleveland Cavaliers - Jabari Parker, SF, Duke
The Cavaliers will grab the best can't-miss prospect in the draft after Embiid's injury. Parker is a versatile scorer and offers them a 'sure thing' after some questionable drafting in recent years.
2. Milwaukee Bucks - Andrew Wiggins, SF, Kansas
Milwaukee may be the biggest losers now that Embiid is out of the top spot, as they were excited about the prospect of drafting Parker. Getting the draft's best athlete is not a bad consolation prize.
3. Philadelphia 76ers - Dante Exum, PG/SG, Australia
The Sixers already have a shot blocker coming off a serious injury in Nerlens Noel. If they don't look to trade up or down they will grab Exum here, an intriguing prospect with massive upside.
4. Orlando Magic - Joel Embiid, C, Kansas
Embiid's slide will stop at pick four. The Magic have time to let him recover from his injury and will take the risk on his enormous talent.
5. Utah Jazz - Noah Vonleh, PF/C, Indiana
The Jazz could go in any direction with this pick. Vonleh offers them a bit of everything at the power forward position, he is a good athlete and can shoot the three consistently.
6. Boston Celtics - Julius Randle, PF, Kentucky
The Celtics will be hoping they can use this pick in a package to trade for Kevin Love. If they do keep it, however, they will grab Randle, the best player on the board at this point.
7. Los Angeles Lakers - Aaron Gordon, PF, Arizona
This is another trade spot if the Lakers decide they want to win now rather than rebuild. Gordon may not be ready for the NBA, but he is an incredible athlete and could be an all-star if he develops his offensive skills.
8. Sacramaneto Kings - Marcus Smart, PG, Oklahoma State
With point guard Isaiah Thomas becoming a free agent this summer, Sacramento will grab Smart as his potential replacement. The Kings will definitely be looking to swap this pick for a veteran player, however.
9. Charlotte Hornets - Doug McDermott, SF/PF, Creighton
The Hornets need a shooter, and McDermott is one of the best in the draft. He will be able to play in place of or alongside defensive stopper Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
10. Philadelphia 76ers - Nik Stauskas, SG, Michigan
Stauskas will provide the 76ers with instant offense. The Michigan standout will be an excellent complement to second-year point guard Michael Carter-Williams.