2021 NBA Draft: Draft order and live results for every pick

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The 2021 NBA Draft will bring a huge infusion of talent to the league with a class that has both depth and star power. Find out who ended up where.

A full seven hours before the draft started, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski had already broken news of the first pick — Cade Cunningham to the Detroit Pistons. That effectively put the Houston Rockets on the clock to choose between Evan Mobley and Jalen Green.

Trade rumors have been flying and the order of picks is likely to change once the draft actually starts and deals are agreed upon so keep checking in to find out where your favorite teams is picking and which future stars they end up with.

2021 NBA Draft: Draft order and full results

    1. Detroit Pistons — Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State
    2. Houston Rockets — Jalen Green, G League Ignite
    3. Cleveland Cavaliers — Evan Mobley, USC
    4. Toronto Raptors — Scottie Barnes, Florida State
    5. Orlando Magic — Jalen Suggs, Gonzaga
    6. Oklahoma City Thunder — Josh Giddey, Adelaide 36ers
    7. Golden State Warriors — Jonathan Kuminga, G League Ignite
    8. Orlando Magic — Franz Wagner, Michigan
    9. Sacramento Kings — Davion Mitchell, Baylor
    10. Memphis Grizzlies — Zaire Williams, Stanford
    11. Charlotte Hornets — James Bouknight, UConn
    12. San Antonio Spurs — Josh Primo, Alabama
    13. Indiana Pacers — Chris Duarte, Oregon
    14. Golden State Warriors — Moses Moody, Arkansas
    15. Washington Wizards — Corey Kispert, Gonzaga
    16. Houston Rockets (via trade) — Alperen Sengun, Besiktas
    17. New Orleans Pelicans — Trey Murphy III, Virginia
    18. Oklahoma City Thunder — Tre Mann, Florida
    19. Charlotte Hornets (via trade) — Kai Jones, Texas
    20. Atlanta Hawks — Jalen Johnson, Duke
    21. Los Angeles Clippers (via trade) — Keon Johnson, Tennessee
    22. Indiana Pacers (via trade) — Isaiah Jackson, Kentucky
    23. Houston Rockets — Usman Garuba, Real Madrid
    24. Houston Rockets — Josh Christopher, Arizona State
    25. New York Knicks (via trade) — Quentin Grimes, Houston
    26. Denver Nuggets — Bones Hyland, VCU
    27. Brooklyn Nets — Cam Thomas, LSU
    28. Philadelphia 76ers — Jaden Springer, Tennessee
    29. Brooklyn Nets — Day’Ron Sharpe, UNC
    30. Memphis Grizzlies (via trade) — Santi Aldama, Loyola
    31. Washington Wizards (via trade) — Isaiah Todd, G League Ignite
    32. Oklahoma City Thunder (via trade) — Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, Villanova
    33. Los Angeles Clippers (via trade) — Jason Preston, Ohio
    34. New York Knicks (via trade) — Rokas Jokubaitis, FC Barcelona
    35. New Orleans Pelicans — Herbert Jones, Alabama
    36. New York Knicks (via trade) — Miles McBride, West Virginia
    37. Charlotte Hornets (via trade) — JT Thor, Auburn
    38. Chicago Bulls — Ayo Dosunmu, Illinois
    39. Sacramento Kings — Neemias Queta, Utah State
    40. New Orleans Pelicans (via trade) — Jared Butler, Baylor
    41. San Antonio Spurs — Joe Wieskamp, Iowa
    42. Detroit Pistons — Isaiah Livers, Michigan
    43. Portland Trail Blazers (via trade) — Greg Brown, Texas
    44. Brooklyn Nets — Kessler Edwards, Pepperdine
    45. Boston Celtics — Juhann Begarin, Paris Basketball
    46. Toronto Raptors — Dalano Banton, Nebraska
    47. Toronto Raptors — David Johnson, Louisville
    48. Atlanta Hawks — Sharife Cooper, Auburn
    49. Brooklyn Nets — Marcus Zagarowski, Creighton
    50. Philadelphia 76ers — Filip Petrusev, Mega Soccerbet
    51. Los Angeles Clippers (via trade) — Brandon Boston, Kentucky
    52. Detroit Pistons — Luka Garza, Iowa
    53. Philadelphia 76ers — Charles Bassey, Western Kentucky
    54. Milwaukee Bucks (via trade) — Sandro Mamukelashvili, Seton Hall
    55. Oklahoma City Thunder — Aaron Wiggins, Maryland
    56. Charlotte Hornets — Scottie Lewis, Florida
    57. Detroit Pistons (via trade) — Balsa Koprivica, Florida State
    58. New York Knicks — Jericho Sims, Texas
    59. Brooklyn Nets — Raiquan Gray, Florida State
    60. Milwaukee Bucks (via trade) — Georgios Kalaitzakis, Panathinaikos

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