2022 NBA Draft Picks: Every Pick, Trades From Round 1 to Round 2

11:03 PM ET: The Nuggets take Peyton Wilson from UCLA as the first round of the 2022 NBA draft ends. The second round is in progress.

10:20 PM ET: We have another deal. The 76ers traded the No. 23 pick and Danny Green to the Grizzlies for D’Antoni Melton. Memphis ultimately selected Colorado State guard David Roddy. The Grizzlies have traded two first-round picks to Minnesota to advance to 19.

Update at 9:32pm ET: Ochai Agbaji, the final four MVP from Kansas, entered the Cavaliers at age 14.

Update 9:28pm ET: The second trade of the night involved the Hornets sending No. 13 draft pick Jalen Durham to the Knicks, who then packaged him and Kemba Walker to the Pistons. The disaster of the New York Walker experiment is officially over, and he is reportedly in the process of a buyout with the Pistons, making him a free agent. Charlotte will receive a 2025 first-round pick from Detroit.

Update 9:12pm ET: The first trade of the night involved the Knicks trading No. 11 pick Ousmane Dieng to the Thunder in exchange for three protected first-round picks in the 2023 NBA draft.

Updated at 9:03pm ET: Through the lottery portion of the draft, some notable picks include Purdue’s Jaden Ivey going to the Pistons with the No. 5 pick. His backcourt with Cade Cunningham will be an interesting watch on NBA League Pass. The Pacers took on Shaden Sharp at No. 7, while the Wizards found their potential Bradley Beal replacement, Johnny Davis, at No. 10.

Update at 8:23pm ET: Chet Holmgren ended up being No. 2 for the Thunder, while Jabari Smith was No. 3 for the Rockets. With Banchero, Holmgren and Smith considered the top three players, things get interesting now that the Kings are fourth.

Update at 8:12pm ET: Paolo Banchero is your No. 1 pick. The Duke forward passed Jabari Smith at the last second and was heading to Orlando.

Update 7:45pm ET: ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski is Report Duke forward Paul Banchero has emerged as a contender for the No. 1 ranking in Orlando. It looked like the Magic went with Auburn forward Jabari Smith earlier in the day, but that has changed. Banchero is now a favorite listed on the DraftKings Sportsbook at -200 odds.

The 2022 NBA Draft is finally here, and the newest rookie will hit the stage at Barclays Center tonight. The Orlando Magic will start the festivities with the No. 1 pick, followed by the Oklahoma City Thunder with the No. 2 pick and the Houston Rockets with the No. 3 pick.

As we track each team’s selections in the 2022 draft, you’ll be able to view each selection in real-time below. We’ll also keep track of deals and moves that could change the franchise throughout the night.

first round

1. Orlando Magic – F Paolo Banchero, Duke
2. Oklahoma City Thunder – F Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga
3. Houston Rockets – F Jabari Smith, Auburn
4. Sacramento Kings – F Keegan Murray, Iowa
5. Detroit Pistons – G Jaden Ivey, Purdue
6. Indiana Pacers – F Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
7. Portland Trail Blazers – G Shaedon Sharpe, Kentucky
8. New Orleans Pelicans – F Dyson Daniels, NBA G League Ignite
9. San Antonio Spurs – F Jeremy Sochan, Baylor
10. Washington Wizards – G Johnny Davis, Wisconsin
11. Thunder (from New York Knicks) – F Ousmane Dieng, France
12. Thunder – G Jalen Williams, Santa Clara
13. Pistons (from Knicks via Charlotte Hornets) – C Jalen Duren, Memphis
14. Cleveland Cavaliers – F Ochai Agbaji, Kansas
15. Hornets – C Mark Williams, Duke
16. Atlanta Hawks – F AJ Griffin, Duke
17. Rockets – G Tari Eason, LSU
18. Chicago Bulls – F Dalen Terry, Arizona
19. Memphis Grizzlies (from Minnesota Timberwolves) – Jake Laravia, Wake Forest
20. Spurs – G Malaki Branham, Ohio State
21. Denver Nuggets – F Christian Braun, Kansas
22. Wolves (via Grizzlies) — C Walker Kessler, Auburn
23. Grizzlies (from Philadelphia 76ers) – David Roddy, Colorado State
24. Milwaukee Bucks – G MarJon Beauchamp, NBA G League Ignite
25. Spurs – G Blake Wesley, Notre Dame
26. Wolves (from Rockets, from Dallas Mavericks) – G Wendell Moore, Duke
27. Miami Heat – F Nikola Jovic, Serbia
28. Golden State Warriors – F Patrick Baldwin Jr., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
29. Rockets (from Grizzlies to Wolves) – G TyTy Washington, Kentucky
30. Nuggets (from Thunder) — F Payton Watson, UCLA

second round

31. Pacers – G Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga
32. Magic – F Caleb Houstan, Michigan
33. Toronto Raptors – F Christian Koloko, Arizona
34. Thunder – F Jaylin Williams, Arkansas
35. Lakers (via Magic) — G Max Christie, Michigan State
36. Trail Blazers – G Gabriele Procida, Italy
37. Kings – G Jaden Hardy, NBA G League Ignite
38. Grizzlies (via Spurs) – G Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee
39. Cavaliers – C Khalifa Diop, Senegal
40. Hornets (via Timberwolves) — G Bryce McGowens, Nebraska
41. Pelicans – F EJ Liddell, Ohio State
42. Knicks – F Trevor Keels, Duke
43. Los Angeles Clippers – F Moussa Diabate, Michigan
44. Warriors (via Hawks) – G Ryan Rollins, Toledo
45. Hornets – F Josh Minott, Memphis
46. ​​Nuggets (from Trail Blazers via Pistons) – C Ismael Kamagate, France
47. Grizzlies – G Vince Williams, VCU
48. Pacers (via Timberwolves) — G Kendall Brown, Baylor
49. Cavaliers (from Kings) – F Isaiah Mobley, USC
50. Timberwolves – G Matteo Spagnolo, Italy
51. Hawks (via Warriors) – G Tyrese Martin, UConn
52. Pelicans – F Karlo Matkovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
53. Boston Celtics – G JD Davison, Alabama
54. Wizards – F Yannick Nzosa, Congo
55. Warriors – F Gui Santos, Brazil
56. Cavaliers – F Luke Travers, Australia
57. Trail Blazers – F Jabari Walker, Colorado
58. Milwaukee (from Pacers) — F Hugo Besson, Colorado

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