NBA Draft – Live Blog

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Before the NBA Draft even begins, there are a few trades to announce. Although not finalized yet, the Lakers and Wizards are finalizing a deal that would send Russell Westbrook to the Lakers.

Detroit is finalizing a trade to send C Mason Plumlee and the No. 37 pick to Charlotte for the No.57 pick.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are acquiring Ricky Rubio, a 2022 second-round pick and cash for Taurean Prince.

1. Detroit Pistons – Cade Cunningham

Coming into tonight’s draft, the Detroit Pistons took some time to think about who they wanted to select. It was rumored earlier today that Cade Cunningham would be the selection. Adam Silver makes the pick official as Cade Cunningham out of Oklahoma State goes No. 1 overall. Cunningham will be the man that will lead the rebuild started before the 2020 season.

2. Houston Rockets – Jalen Green

Jalen Green skipped college to play in the NBA G-League. Now being selected No. 2 overall. He is a 3- Level Scorer and Shot Creator. This last season Green played for the Ignite. The Rockets like the Pistons and Thunder went into a rebuild this season. The Rockets traded both Russell Westbrook and James Harden.

3. Cleveland Cavaliers – Evan Mobley

One of the most decorated Pac -12 players in quite some time, Mobley was the Pac 12 Player, Freshman, and Defensive Player of the Year. Mobley a Center will add positional depth for the Cavaliers.

4. Toronto Raptors – Scottie Barnes

A surprising pick here because that means Jalen Suggs has fallen out of the Top 4. Barnes averaged 10 points, 4 rebounds for the Seminoles. He is versatile defender. An NBA Comparison is Draymond Green.

5. Orlando Magic – Jalen Suggs

The Magic have been in a rebuild for quite some time, and they traded away Aaron Gordon this last season. So the Magic will draft Jalen Suggs. The Magic drafted Cole Antony last season, so the pick pairs Suggs up with Anthony and Jonathan Isaac. Suggs or Anthony could be moved to SG.

6. Oklahoma City Thunder – Josh Giddey

The Oklahoma City Thunder make Giddey the first NBA Academy graduate to be drafted. Giddey is the 5th Australian born player, and the first since Ben Simmons in the lottery. Giddey would slide to SF with SGA at the SG. The Thunder are still looking for a PG, C, and PF in their rebuild.

7. Golden State Warriors (Via MIN) – Jonathan Kuminga

The second pick out of the NBA G- League. He is an Elite Athlete, and Versatile Defender. An All-around player who could slot in at either SF or PF. The Warriors were trying to trade this pick.

8. Orlando Magic (Via CHI) – Franz Wagner

The brother of Mo Wagner, who plays for the Magic. The Wagner brothers will have a chance to play together. Franz has been drafted higher then Moritz. The Magic have possibly drafted their future Center.

9. Sacramento Kings – Davion Mitchell

Drafted out of Baylor, Mitchell is a Tenacious Defender and Relentless Driver. He helped lead Baylor to the College Basketball Championship.

10. New Orleans Pelicans – Ziaire Williams

Rounding out the Top 10, the New Orleans Pelicans take some shooting at the guard position. Something the Pelicans have lacked outside of Brandon Ingram. The Pelicans will pair Williams and Williamson.

11. Charlotte Hornets – James Bouknight

The Hornets are taking the Guard out of UConn. Bouknight played with Cole Anthony in AAU ball, and fits the mold of an NBA Shooting Guard.

12. San Antonio Spurs – Josh Primo

The Spurs drafted the youngest player. Primo is a versatile shotmaker who could take the league by storm.

13. Indiana Pacers – Chris Duarte

The former Duck goes 13, and he becomes the oldest player in the NBA Draft. A very versatile shooter out of Oregon, he can play multiple positions.

14. Golden State Warriors – Moses Moody

The Warriors considered Moody at the No. 7 pick, and they added the versatility of Moody to add to Curry and Klay Thompson.

Between the two selections, The NBA honored Terrance Clarke!

15. Washington Wizards – Corey Kispert

The Washingtion Wizards traded Russell Westbrook, so they were looking for some shooting. Kispert is a versatile player who has great basketball IQ. You can check out a profile by Dacota here.

16. Traded Pick: Houston from OKC: Alperen Sengun

Posted a double-double in Europe… Sengun has the potential to be like Nikola Jokic. He lost 30 pounds so he has become more bouncy as well, fitting into the NBA as a versatile center.

17. New Orleans Pelicans (Via MEM) – Trey Murphy

18. Oklahoma City Thunder – Tre Mann

With the last pick that Thunder made they picked a scorer to compliment Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. Now by adding Tre Mann, the Thunder have chosen their point guard and are looking good for the Future.

19. Traded Pick: Charlotte Hornets (via New York) – Kai Jones

The Charlotte Hornets have just picked up their PF, Jones has mobility and potential on the offensive side.

20. Atlanta Hawks – Jalen Johnson, Duke F

21. New York Knicks (Traded to LA Clippers) – Keon Johnson

22. Washington Wizards – Isaiah Jackson

23. Houston Rockets – Usman Garuba

24. Houston Rockets – Josh Christopher

25. New York Knicks – Quentin Grimes

26. Denver Nuggets – Nah’shon “Bones” Hyland

27. Brooklyn Nets – Cam Thomas

28. Philadelphia 76ers – Jaden Springer

29. Brooklyn Nets – Day’Ron Sharpe

30. Memphis Grizzlies – Santi Aldama


31. Washington Nationals – Isaiah Todd

32. Oklahoma City Thunder – Jeremiah Robinson-Earl

33. Los Angeles Clippers – Jason Preston

34. New York Knicks – Rokas Jokubaitis

35. New Orleans Pelicans – Herb Jones

36. New York Knicks – Miles McBride

37. Charlotte Hornets – JT Thor

38. Chicago Bulls – Ayo Dosunmu

39. Sacramento Kings – Neemias Queta

40. Utah Jazz – Jared Butler

41. San Antonio Spurs – Joe Wieskamp

42. Detroit Pistons – Isaiah Livers

43. Trade: Portland selects Greg Brown

44. Brooklyn Nets – Kessler Edwards

45. Boston Celtics – Juhann Begarin

46. Toronto Raptotrs – Dalano Banton

47. Toronto Raptors – David Johnson

48. Atlanta Hawks – Sharife Cooper

49. Brooklyn Nets – Marcus Zagarowski

50. Philadelphia 76ers – Filip Petrusev

51. New Orleans – Brandon Boston

52. Detroit Pistons – Luka Garza

53. Philadelphia 76ers – Charles Bassey

54. Milwaukee Bucks – Sandro Mamukelashvili

55. Oklahoma City Thunder – Aaron Wiggins

56. Charlotte Hornets – Scottie Lewis

57. Detroit Pistons – Balsa Koprivica

58. New York Knicks – Jericho Sims

59. Brooklyn Nets – RaiQuan Gray

60. Milwaukee Bucks – Georgios Kalaitzakis

And that will conclude tonight’s NBA Draft.

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