2019 NBA Draft Results


BallnRoll Official NBA Draft Full Breakdown of Results

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  • Phoenix Suns unload remaining $35-million of TJ Warren’s contract, move the forward along with the no. 32 pick to the Indiana Pacers for cash considerations
  • Minnesota Timberwolves acquire the no. 6 pick from the Phoenix Suns for the no. 11 pick and Dario Saric. With Darius Garland believed to go at five to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Suns are moving down as they looked to have showed a lack of interest in Coby White.
  • Atlanta Hawks acquire no. 4 overall pick, along with Solomon Hill and the no. 57 overall pick from the New Orleans Pelicans for the no. 8, no. 17, and no. 35 pick. The Hawks are expected to draft DeAndre Hunter out of Virginia.
  • Boston Celtics trade the no. 20 pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for the no. 24 and no. 33 pick.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder trade the no. 20 to the Memphis Grizzlies for the no. 23 pick as well as a future second round pick.
  • Boston Celtics trade no 24. pick and center Aron Baynes to the Phoenix Suns, receive the Suns’ 2020 first round pick.
  • Los Angeles Clippers receive the no. 27 pick from the Brooklyn Nets for their 2020 first round pick and their no. 56 pick tonight.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers acquire the no. 30 pick from the Milwaukee Bucks for four second round picks.
  • Philadelphia 76ers have traded Jonathan Simmons to the Washington Wizards for the no. 42 pick.
  • Miami Heat acquire no. 32 pick from the Indiana Pacers for three future second round picks.
  • Philadelphia 76ers trade their no. 32 selection, Bruno Fernando to the Atlanta Hawks for two future second round picks.
  • Detroit Pistons acquire the no. 37 pick from the Dallas Mavericks for the no. 45 pick and a future pick.
  • New Orleans Pelicans send the no. 39 pick to the Golden State Warriors for two future second round picks and cash considerations.
  • Los Angeles Lakers acquire the no. 46 pick from the Orlando Magic for future picks and cash consideration.
  • Denver Nuggets acquiring Bol Bol from the Miami Heat for a future second round pick and cash considerations.
  • Sacramento Kings send no. 47 pick to the New York Knicks for the no. 55 pick.
  • Indiana Pacers send their no. 50 pick to the Utah Jazz.

First Round

  1. New Orleans Pelicans: PF Zion Williamson, Duke
  2. Memphis Grizzlies: PG Ja Morant, Murray State
  3. New York Knicks: SG RJ Barrett, Duke
  4. Atlanta Hawks: SF DeAndre Hunter, Virginia
  5. Cleveland Cavaliers: PG Darius Garland, Vanderbilt
  6. Minnesota Timberwolves: SG Jarrett Culver, Texas Tech
  7. Chicago Bulls: PG Cody White, UNC
  8. New Orleans Pelicans: C Jaxson Hayes, Texas
  9. Washington Wizards: PF Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga
  10. Atlanta Hawks: SF Cam Reddish, Duke
  11. Phoenix Suns: SF Cameron Johnson, UNC
  12. Charlotte Hornets: PF PJ Washington Jr, Kentucky
  13. Miami Heat: SF Tyler Herro, Kentucky
  14. Boston Celtics: SG Romeo Langford, Indiana
  15. Detroit Pistons: PF Sekou Doumbouya, France (INTL)
  16. Orlando Magic: PF Chuma Okeke, Auburn
  17. New Orleans Pelicans: Nickeil Alexander-Walker
  18. Indiana Pacers: C Goga Bitadze, Georgia (INTL)
  19. San Antonio Spurs: PF Luka Samanic, Croatia (INTL)
  20. Philadelphia 76ers: SF Matisse Thybulle, Washington
  21. Memphis Grizzlies: SF Brandon Clarke, Gonzaga
  22. Boston Celtics: PF Grant Williams, Tennessee
  23. Oklahoma City Thunder: SF Darius Bazley, Princeton HS (USA)
  24. Phoenix Suns: PG Ty Jerome, Virginia
  25. Portland Trailblazers: SF Nassir Little, UNC
  26. Cleveland Cavaliers: SF Dylan Windler, Belmont
  27. Los Angeles Clippers: C Mfiondu Kabengele, Florida State
  28. Golden State Warriors: SG Jordan Poole, Michigan
  29. San Antonio Spurs: SG Keldon Johnson, Kentucky
  30. Cleveland Cavaliers: SG Kevin Porter Jr., USC

Second Round

  1. Brooklyn Nets: C Nic Claxton, Georgia
  2. Miami Heat: SF KZ Okpala, Stanford
  3. Boston Celtics: PG Carsen Edwards, Purdue
  4. Atlanta Hawks: C Bruno Fernando, Maryland
  5. New Orleans Pelicans: SF Marcos Louzada Silva, Brazil (INTL)
  6. Charlotte Hornets: SF Cody Martin, Nevada
  7. Detroit Pistons: SF Deividas Sirvydis, Lithuania (INTL)
  8. Chicago Bulls: C Daniel Gafford, Arkansas
  9. Golden State Warriors: C Alen Smailagic, Santa Cruz (G League)
  10. Sacramento Kings: SG Justin James, Wyoming
  11. Golden State Warriors: PF Eric Paschall, Villanova
  12. Washington Wizards: SF Admiral Schofield, Tennessee
  13. Minnesota Timberwolves: SG Jaylen Nowell, Washington
  14. Denver Nuggets: C Bol Bol, Oregon
  15. Dallas Mavericks: PF Isaiah Roby, Nebraska
  16. Los Angeles Lakers: SF Talen Horton-Tucker, Iowa State
  17. New York Knicks: PF Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan
  18. Los Angeles Clippers:  SG Terance Mann, Florida State
  19. San Antonio Spurs: SG Quinndary Weatherspoon, Mississippi State
  20. Utah Jazz: SF Jarrell Brantley, College of Charleston
  21. Boston Celtics: PG Tremont Waters, LSU
  22. Charlotte Hornets: PF Jalen McDaniels, San Diego State
  23. Utah Jazz: PG Justin Wright-Foreman, Hofstra
  24. Philadelphia 76ers: SG Marial Shayok, Iowa State
  25. New York Knicks: PG Kyle Guy, Virginia
  26. Los Angeles Clippers: PG Jaylen Hands, UCLA
  27. Atlanta Hawks: PG Jordan Bone, Tennessee
  28. Golden State Warriors: SG Miye Oni, Yale
  29. Toronto Raptors: C Dewan Hernandez, Miami
  30. Sacramento King: SG Vanja Marinkovic, Serbia (INTL)


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