2022 NBA Draft Pick-By-Pick Results

The conclusion of a long draft season will be finished on Thursday as the 2022 NBA Draft occurs in Barclays Center, house of the Nets and Liberty. The leading 3 choices are forecasted to be Paolo Banchero, Jabari Smith, and Chet Holmgren.

Adam Silver went back to the NBA phase after missing out on the last 2 video games of the NBA Finals after he went into the NBA’s health and wellness procedures. Mark Tatum will takeover the second-round draft information.

First Round

  1. Magic: Paolo Banchero (Duke)
  2. Thunder: Chet Holmgren (Gonzaga)
  3. Rockets: Jabari Smith (Auburn)
  4. Kings: Keegan Murray (Iowa)
  5. Pistons: Jaden Ivey (Purdue)
  6. Pacers: Bennedict Mathurin (Arizona)
  7. Trail Blazers: Shaedon Sharpe (Kentucky)
  8. Pelicans: Dyson Daniels (G League Ignite)
  9. Spurs: Jeremy Sochan (Baylor)
  10. Wizards: Johnny Davis (Wisconsin)
  11. Knicks: Ousmane Dieng (France)
  12. Thunder: Jalen Williams (Santa Clara)
  13. Hornets: Jalen Duren (Memphis)
  14. Cavaliers: Ochai Agbaji (Kansas)
  15. Hornets: Mark Williams (Duke)
  16. Atlanta: AJ Griffin (Duke)
  17. Rockets: Tari Eason (LSU)
  18. Bulls: Dalen Terry (Arizona)
  19. Timberwolves: Jake LaRavia (Wake Forest)
  20. Spurs: Malaki Branham (Ohio State)
  21. Nuggets: Christian Braun (Kansas)
  22. Grizzlies: Walker Kessler (Auburn)
  23. 76ers: David Roody (Colorado State)
  24. Bucks: MarJon Beauchamp (G League Ignite)
  25. Spurs: Blake Wesley (Notre Dame)
  26. Rockets: Wendell Moore Jr. (Duke)
  27. Heat: Nikola Jovic (Serbia)
  28. Warriors: Patrick Baldwin Jr.
  29. Grizzlies: TyTy Washington Jr. (Kentucky)
  30. Nuggets: Peyton Watson (UCLA)
  31. Pacers: Andrew Nembhard (Gonzaga)
  32. Magic: Caleb Houstan (Michigan)
  33. Raptors: Christian Koloko (Arizona)
  34. Thunder: Jaylin Williams (Arkansas)
  35. Lakers: Max Cristie (Michigan State)
  36. Trail Blazers: Gabriele Procida (Italy)
  37. Kings: Jaden Hardy (G League Ignite)
  38. Spurs: Kennedy Chandler (Tennessee)
  39. Cavaliers: Khalifa Diop (Senegal)
  40. Timberwolves: Bryce McGowens (Nebraska)
  41. Pelicans: E.J. Liddell (Ohio State)
  42. Knicks: Trevor Keels (Duke)
  43. Clippers: Moussa Diabate (Michigan)
  44. Hawks: Ryan Rollins (Toledo)
  45. Hornets: Josh Minott (Memphis)
  46. Pistons: Ismael Kamagate (France)
  47. Memphis: Vince Williams Jr. (VCU)
  48. Timberwolds: Kendall Brown (Baylor)
  49. Cavaliers: Isaiah Mobley (USC)
  50. Timberwolves: Matteo Spagnolo (Italy)
  51. Warriors: Tyrese Martin (UConn)
  52. Pelicans: Karlo Matkovic (Croatia)
  53. Celtics: JD Davidson (Alabama)
  54. Wizards: Yannick Nzosa (Congo)
  55. Warriors: Gui Santos (Brazil)
  56. Cavaliers: Luke Travers (Australia)
  57. Trail Blazers: Jabari Walker (Colorado)
  58. Pacers: Hugo Besson (France)

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