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Complete Draft

Teams

Atlanta Hawks
Boston Celtics
Brooklyn Nets
Charlotte Hornets
Chicago Bulls
Cleveland Cavaliers
Dallas Mavericks
Denver Nuggets
Detroit Pistons
Golden State Warriors
Houston Rockets
Indiana Pacers
Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Lakers
Memphis Grizzlies
Miami Heat
Milwaukee Bucks
Minnesota Timberwolves
New Orleans Pelicans
New York Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder
Orlando Magic
Philadelphia 76ers
Phoenix Suns
Portland Trail Blazers
Sacramento Kings
San Antonio Spurs
Toronto Raptors
Utah Jazz
Washington Wizards

Drafted Players: NBA

Paolo
Banchero
ORL • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 1
Chet
Holmgren
OKC • C
Rnd 1 • Pk 2
Jabari
Smith
HOU • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 3
Keegan
Murray
SAC • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 4
Jaden
Ivey
DET • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 5
Bennedict
Mathurin
IND • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 6
Shaedon
Sharpe
POR • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 7
Dyson
Daniels
NO • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 8
Jeremy
Sochan
SA • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 9
Johnny
Davis
WAS • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 10
Ousmane
Dieng
OKC • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 11
Jalen
Williams
OKC • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 12
Jalen
Duren
DET • C
Rnd 1 • Pk 13
Ochai
Agbaji
CLE • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 14
Mark
Williams
CHA • C
Rnd 1 • Pk 15
A.J.
Griffin
ATL • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 16
Tari
Eason
HOU • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 17
Dalen
Terry
CHI • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 18
Jake
LaRavia
MEM • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 19
Malaki
Branham
SA • PG
Rnd 1 • Pk 20
Christian
Braun
DEN • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 21
Walker
Kessler
MIN • C
Rnd 1 • Pk 22
David
Roddy
MEM • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 23
MarJon
Beauchamp
MIL • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 24
Blake
Wesley
SA • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 25
Wendell
Moore
MIN • SG
Rnd 1 • Pk 26
Nikola
Jovic
MIA • PF
Rnd 1 • Pk 27
Patrick
Baldwin Jr.
GS • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 28
TyTy
Washington
HOU • PG
Rnd 1 • Pk 29
Peyton
Watson
DEN • SF
Rnd 1 • Pk 30
Orlando
Magic
Paolo Banchero
Round 1 - Pick 1
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 3
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Height:6' 10"
  • Weight: 250
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Banchero isn't as agile and lacks the lateral quickness Jabari Smith and Chet Holmgren have but he has the most NBA-ready body at 6-foot-10 and 250 pounds. The Duke forward can be plugged in right away alongside Wendell Carter Jr. for some added size and is comfortable starting the offense as a primary ball-handler of missed shots.
Oklahoma City
Thunder
Chet Holmgren
Round 1 - Pick 2
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 2
  • Sch/Ctry: Gonzaga
  • Height:7' 1"
  • Weight: 195
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Holmgren in the front court with 7-foot Aleksej Pokusewski will be a sight. GM Sam Presti knows what he's doing and while Holmgren is a swing-for-the-fences prospect, he's worth the risk with his upside.
Houston
Rockets
Jabari Smith
Round 1 - Pick 3
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 1
  • Sch/Ctry: Auburn
  • Height:6' 10"
  • Weight: 220
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Houston scored big in landing Smith. He's the most versatile big at the top of the draft and will fit in well alongside Jalen Green and Kevin Porter Jr. Smith didn't work out for the Rockets ahead of the draft. He is a huge pickup for the Rockets as an inside-out option and a player who can defend positions 1-though-5.
Sacramento
Kings
Keegan Murray
Round 1 - Pick 4
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 5
  • Sch/Ctry: Iowa
  • Height:6' 8"
  • Weight: 215
Yahoo Sports Commentary
It was clear that the Kings were zeroing in on Murray at the beginning of the week. He had a strong workout with them leading up to the draft and is a nice complementary piece to Davion Mitchell and De'Aaron Fox. The Kings haven't had much luck drafting bigs but Murray's hybrid role to switch off the wing to the post will bring versatility in the front court.
Detroit
Pistons
Jaden Ivey
Round 1 - Pick 5
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 4
  • Sch/Ctry: Purdue
  • Height:6' 4"
  • Weight: 195
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Ivey falling to No. 5 is the best scenario for the Pistons. Ivey in the backcourt with former No. 1 pick Cade Cunningham is a strong combination and one Pistons fans should be excited about. With the way Cunningham can create off the dribble and Ivey's flashy finishes around the rim, this is a fun, talented duo coming up in Detroit.
Indiana
Pacers
Bennedict Mathurin
Round 1 - Pick 6
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 8
  • Sch/Ctry: Arizona
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 205
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Mathurin is a plug-and-play guard who can impact the offensive end of the court with his playmaking and versatility. He's not the best 3-point shooting guard in the draft but he has a high release, and can shoot and pass over the defense with his 6-foot-6 frame. He's a great secondary addition to Tyrese Haliburton and Malcolm Brogdon.
Portland
Trail Blazers
Shaedon Sharpe
Round 1 - Pick 7
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 7
  • Sch/Ctry: Kentucky
  • Height:6' 5"
  • Weight: 215
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Sharpe is the biggest question mark of the draft and will need additional time to adjust to the NBA's pace and spacing after not logging a single minute at Kentucky. If the Trail Blazers are patient, Sharpe might have ended up in the perfect situation playing alongside Dame Lillard and Anfernee Simons in the backcourt.
New Orleans
Pelicans
Dyson Daniels
Round 1 - Pick 8(from Lakers)
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 6
  • Sch/Ctry: G League Ignite
  • Height:6' 7"
  • Weight: 195
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Daniels grew 2 inches, reaching 6-foot-8 by the end of the G League season. He can add some much-needed size to the Trail Blazers as a primary ball-handler on the second unit or at the wing position with the starting rotation.
San Antonio
Spurs
Jeremy Sochan
Round 1 - Pick 9
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 15
  • Sch/Ctry: Baylor
  • Height:6' 9"
  • Weight: 230
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A dynamic defender, Sochan can guard every position on the court with his length and athleticism. He still needs development on the offensive side of the ball but will see early minutes off the bench for this Spurs team.
Washington
Wizards
Johnny Davis
Round 1 - Pick 10
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 9
  • Sch/Ctry: Wisconsin
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 196
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Davis is one of the most reliable guards in this draft, averaging nearly 20 points per game and committing only two turnovers during his sophomore season at Wisconsin. The Wizards are finally getting Bradley Beal some help in the backcourt and Davis can be that secondary scoring option at the end of the shot clock.
Oklahoma City
Thunder
Ousmane Dieng
Round 1 - Pick 11(from Knicks)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 14
  • Sch/Ctry: France
  • Height:6' 9"
  • Weight: 185
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Dieng improved tremendously over his season with the NZ Breakers in Australia's National Basketball League. He's still a very raw prospect, so the Thunder will have to be patient with his development. In a season or two, Dieng will be a very productive wing with great size at 6-foot-10.
Oklahoma City
Thunder
Jalen Williams
Round 1 - Pick 12(from Clippers)
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 26
  • Sch/Ctry: Santa Clara
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 209
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Williams was the biggest draft riser after the combine. He brings some size to the wing with his 6-foot-7 frame and 7-foot-2 wingspan. Williams is a little older at 21 years old but he can jump into the rotation right away.
Detroit
Pistons
Jalen Duren
Round 1 - Pick 13(from Hornets)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 18
  • Sch/Ctry: Memphis
  • Height:6' 10"
  • Weight: 250
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Duren is one of the youngest players in this draft class but has a lot of upside with his already built out frame at 6-foot-10, 250 pounds. The Pistons will get some help in the front court and Duren provides that immediate presence in the lane.
Cleveland
Cavaliers
Ochai Agbaji
Round 1 - Pick 14
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 13
  • Sch/Ctry: Kansas
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 217
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Cavs need help on the wing with 3-point shooting and Agbaji nicely fills that role. He tested the NBA waters two other times and it paid off in a huge way. He has established himself more as a reliable 3-and-D guy, worked on his body and led the Jayhawks to a national championship. Agbaji is a guy the Cavs can plug in right away with his experience and elite skills at the wing.
Charlotte
Hornets
Mark Williams
Round 1 - Pick 15(from Pelicans)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 12
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Height:7' 2"
  • Weight: 242
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Hornets need some help in the front court and Williams was one of the best rim protectors in the country last season. Williams stands at 7-foot-2 and has an impressive 7-5 wingspan. He has a great frame that he can still grow into and there's a lot of upside to this young center.
Atlanta
Hawks
A.J. Griffin
Round 1 - Pick 16
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 10
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 222
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Griffin is the definition of positionless basketball. He can move between multiple spots with his 6-foot-6, 230-pound frame. Griffin had his fair share of injuries through his young career, so he's a gamble this high in the draft. If he can stay healthy, he might be a missing piece to this Hawks team.
Houston
Rockets
Tari Eason
Round 1 - Pick 17(from Nets)
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 16
  • Sch/Ctry: LSU
  • Height:6' 8"
  • Weight: 217
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Eason is one of the best wing rim runners in this draft class and specializes in chase-down blocks, challenging guards at the rim and even dropping down with his 7-foot-2 wingspan to guard power forwards. He's a raw, athletic wing who loves to play above the rim and will add excitement to this already young, fast-paced Rockets team.
Chicago
Bulls
Dalen Terry
Round 1 - Pick 18
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 30
  • Sch/Ctry: Arizona
  • Height:6' 7"
  • Weight: 195
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Terry elected to stay in the draft, surprising a lot of scouts. His upside is clear. He's a long, athletic wing at 6-foot-7 and is a player who could be impactful on this Bulls roster after a year or two of development. The Bulls got a great second-round pick last year with Ayo Dosunmu and Terry can step in alongside Dosunmu in the secondary unit.
Memphis
Grizzlies
Jake LaRavia
Round 1 - Pick 19(From Timberwolves)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 37
  • Sch/Ctry: Wake Forest
  • Height:6' 8"
  • Weight: 227
Yahoo Sports Commentary
LaRavia is a solid role player and can play the stretch four and has all the tools to be a solid role player in the NBA. The Grizzlies have a set roster and took a safe, reliable wing in LaRavia.
San Antonio
Spurs
Malaki Branham
Round 1 - Pick 20(from Raptors)
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 11
  • Sch/Ctry: Ohio St.
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 195
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Braham has great size at 6-foot-5 and was the most improved player from the start of the college season to the end. He averaged 13.7 points, two assists and committed only 1.7 turnovers per game. Expect Branham to be in the secondary group off the bench to start the season but with his size and the way he sees the floor, Branham could see some minutes early with the starting unit.
Denver
Nuggets
Christian Braun
Round 1 - Pick 21
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 29
  • Sch/Ctry: Kansas
  • Height:6' 7"
  • Weight: 209
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Braun was an integral part in Kansas' championship run this past season. He's more than a 3-point shooter and has proven he has the athleticism to be an effective NBA guard.
Minnesota
Timberwolves
Walker Kessler
Round 1 - Pick 22(from Grizzlies via Jazz)
C
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 28
  • Sch/Ctry: Auburn
  • Height:7' 1"
  • Weight: 256
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Kessler was the leading shot blocker in college basketball this past season and moves well with his 7-foot-1 frame. The Cavs had success last year with Isaiah Mobley and Jarrett Allen in the lane and Tim Connelly is making a similar move in his first year as president of basketball operations.
Memphis
Grizzlies
David Roddy
Round 1 - Pick 23(from Sixers)
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 42
  • Sch/Ctry: Colorado St.
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 261
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Roddy moves better for his size and has a decent outside shot for the power forward position. He’s a hard worker who will give decent minutes off the bench behind Steven Adams and Jaren Jackson Jr. He's one of the older players in the draft and will bring high energy to this Grizzlies squad.
Milwaukee
Bucks
MarJon Beauchamp
Round 1 - Pick 24
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 21
  • Sch/Ctry: G League Ignite
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 197
Yahoo Sports Commentary
A great 3-and-D guard with good size at 6-foot-7. Beauchamp continues to develop his 3-point jumper and has a significant advantage entering the league, after playing a season in the G League with the Ignite team.
San Antonio
Spurs
Blake Wesley
Round 1 - Pick 25(from Celtics)
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: A
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 20
  • Sch/Ctry: Notre Dame
  • Height:6' 4"
  • Weight: 187
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Wesley is the first one-and-done in Notre Dame program history and even though he was inconsistent during the season, he has improved his jumper and added 9 pounds of muscle mass during the pre-draft process. Wesley is an underrated passer and has great body control around the rim.
Minnesota
Timberwolves
Wendell Moore
Round 1 - Pick 26(from Rockets via Mavericks)
SG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 27
  • Sch/Ctry: Duke
  • Height:6' 6"
  • Weight: 217
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Moore tested the NBA waters last year and elected to return for one more season, working on his body and footwork. It paid off and he was the floor general for a very good Duke team. Moore will carry that leadership to Minnesota and be a decent backup.
Miami
Heat
Nikola Jovic
Round 1 - Pick 27
PF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 19
  • Sch/Ctry: Serbia
  • Height:6' 11"
  • Weight: 222
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Jovic is a great shooter and hit 13 corner 3-pointers during his pro day in Chicago. He'll need some work adjusting to the NBA pace and needs to work on his pick-and-roll reads to develop outside of being just a designated shooter.
Golden State
Warriors
Patrick Baldwin Jr.
Round 1 - Pick 28
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: C-
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 31
  • Sch/Ctry: Milwaukee
  • Height:6' 10"
  • Weight: 231
Yahoo Sports Commentary
The Warriors have the luxury to draft a player here they can stash and develop. Baldwin looks the part of an elite NBA player with his 6-foot-10 frame. He handles and shoots the ball like a guard but there are concerns if he can stay healthy. Baldwin played only 11 games this past college season due to an ankle injury and was plagued with injuries in high school. Again, the Warriors can stash him and develop him but it's still a risky pick.
Houston
Rockets
TyTy Washington
Round 1 - Pick 29(From Timberwolves via Grizzlies, Suns, Thunder)
PG
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: B+
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 17
  • Sch/Ctry: Kentucky
  • Height:6' 4"
  • Weight: 196
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Washington played off the ball at Kentucky and developed further as a secondary ball-handler. He doesn’t have a problem getting downhill and creating for others.
Denver
Nuggets
Peyton Watson
Round 1 - Pick 30(from Suns via Thunder)
SF
Position
Sch/Ctry
  • Draft Grade: C
  • Pre-Draft Rank: 35
  • Sch/Ctry: UCLA
  • Height:6' 8"
  • Weight: 203
Yahoo Sports Commentary
Watson didn't see a lot of minutes in his one year at UCLA after Mick Cronin returned almost his entire Final Four team. Watson's upside is undeniable as a 6-foot-8 guard and he'll need a year or two of development before he starts to see consistent rotational minutes.