2022 NBA Draft picks: Every pick, trade from first, second round

11:03 p.m. ET: The first round of the 2022 NBA Draft ended with the Nuggets drafting Payton Wilson from UCLA. Round two is on.

10:20 p.m. ET: We have another trade. The 76ers traded the #23 pick and Danny Green to the Grizzlies for DeAnthony Melton. In the end, Memphis took out Colorado State guard David Roddy with the pickaxe. The Grizzlies had already traded two of their first-round picks to Minnesota to advance to 19 earlier.

9:32 p.m. ET update: Final Four Most Outstanding Player Ochai Agbaji of Kansas rounds out the lottery by joining the Cavaliers at 14.

9:28pm ET update: On the second trade of the night, the Hornets sent No. 13 Jalen Duren to the Knicks, who then sent him and Kemba Walker to the Pistons. The Walker Experiment disaster in New York is officially over and he’s reportedly working on a buyout with the Pistons, making him a free agent. Charlotte is selected in the first round by Detroit in 2025.

9:12 p.m. ET update: The night’s first trade involved the Knicks dealing No. 11 Ousmane Dieng to the Donner for three protected first-round picks for the 2023 NBA draft.

9:03pm ET update: Notable selections in the lottery section of the draft included Purdue’s Jaden Ivey, who went to the Pistons at No. 5. His and Cade Cunningham’s backfield will make for a fun NBA League Pass watch. The Pacers beat “Mystery Man” Shaedon Sharpe at No. 7, while the Wizards found their potential replacement for Bradley Beal in Johnny Davis at No. 10.

8:23 p.m. ET update: Chet Holmgren landed 2nd in the Thunder and Jabari Smith was 3rd in the Rockets. Banchero, Holmgren and Smith should be the top 3 players off the board and now things get interesting with the kings in 4th place.

8:12 p.m. ET update: Paolo Banchero is your #1 overall pick. The Duke forward made a last-second jump over Jabari Smith and flies to Orlando.

7:45 p.m. ET update: ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Duke forward Paolo Banchero has emerged as a strong contender for the No. 1 spot after Orlando. It seemed like the Magic were leaving with Auburn forward Jabari Smith earlier in the day, but that’s about to change. Banchero is now the listed favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook at odds of -200.

The 2022 NBA Draft is finally here and the newest class of incoming rookies will walk the stage at Barclays Center tonight. The Orlando Magic will open the celebrations with number 1, followed by the Oklahoma City Thunder at number 2 and the Houston Rockets at number 3.

Below you can see each pick in real-time as we follow each team’s pick in the 2022 draft. We’ll also be keeping an eye on trades and potentially franchise-changing moves 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. Kings of Sacramento—F. Keegan Murray, Iowa
5. Detroit Pistons – G. Jaden Ivey, Purdue
6. Indiana Pacers – F. Benedict 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. Donner (by 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
14th 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 (by Minnesota Timberwolves) – F. Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest
20. Spurs – G. Malachi Branham, Ohio State
21. Denver Nuggets – F. Christian Braun, Kansas
22. Wolves (by Grizzlies) – C. Walker Kessler, Auburn
23. Grizzlies (of the Philadelphia 76ers) – F. 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 to Dallas Mavericks) – G. Wendell Moore, Duke
27. Miami Heat – F. Nikola Jovic, Serbia
28. Golden State Warriors – F. Patrick Baldwin Jr., UW-Milwaukee
29. Rockets (from Grizzlies to Wolves) – G TyTy Washington, Kentucky
30. Nuggets (by Thunder) – F. Payton Watson, UCLA

Second round

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

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