NBA Draft rumors may have locked down the top few picks days before the draft. But there will definitely be surprises so keep up with our full NBA Draft results.
NBA Draft rumors have been flying since the NBA Draft order was officially set with the lottery. The Orlando Magic landed the No. 1 pick, with the Oklahoma City Thunder at No. 2 and the Houston Rockets at No. 3. There is significant buzz that those three teams may have already decided on their selections and that, barring a trade, the first five picks in the draft could already be locked in.
There may not be much mystery at the top but there are sure to be plenty of surprises, especially with a half-dozen teams reportedly looking to trade up or down. Check out the full draft order below, updated with each selection as it’s made.
Full 2022 NBA Draft results
Jabari Smith Jr.
Shooting Guard Purdue
Shooting Guard/Small Forward Arizona
Shooting Guard Kentucky
Guard/Small Forward NBA G League Ignite
Shooting Guard Wisconsin
Note: New York traded the draft rights to Ousmane Dieng to the Oklahoma City Thunder for multiple first round picks.
Shooting Guard Santa Clara
Note: The Hornets traded Jalen Duren to the New York Knicks, who traded him along with Kemba Walker to the Detroit Pistons.
Shooting Guard Kansas
Power Forward/Center Duke
Point Guard/Small Forward Arizona
Small Forward/Power Forward Wake Forest
Note: Minnesota traded the draft rights to Jake LaRavia to the Memphis Grizzlies for the No. 22 and No. 29 pick.
Shooting Guard/Small Forward Ohio State
Shooting Guard/Small Forward Kansas
Note: Memphis owned this pick from a previous trade with the Utah Jazz, but traded it to Minnesota in a deal for the No. 19 pick.
Forward Colorado State
Note: Philadelphia traded the draft rights to David Roddy, as well as Danny Green, to the Grizzlies in exchange for De’Anthony Melton.
Shooting Guard/Small Forward G-League Ignite
Shooting Guard/Small Forward Notre Dame
Wendell Moore Jr.
Shooting Guard/Small Forward Duke
Note: Dallas traded the No. 26 overall pick to the Timberwolves for the No. 29 overall pick. This completes the Chrisian Wood trade.
Patrick Baldwin Jr
Michigan State Guard
G League Guard
Note: San Antonio traded the draft rights to Kennedy Chandler to the Memphis Grizzlies
Note: Minnesota traded the draft rights to Bryce McGowen to the Charlotte Hornets
Ohio State Forward
Note: Golden State acquired the No. 43 pick from the Atlanta Hawks for the No. 51 pick and $2 million in cash considerations.
Note: Charlotte traded the draft rights to Josh Minott to the Timberwolves
Note: Portland traded the draft rights to Ismael Kamagate to the Denver Nuggets.
Note: Minnesota traded the draft rights to Kendall Brown to the Pacers.
Power Forward USC
Shooting Guard Italy
Shooting Guard UConn
Note: Atlanta acquired this pick in a trade with Golden State for the No. 44 pick and $2M cash.
Power Forward Mega Basket
— Milwaukee (forfeited)
— Miami (from Philadelphia via Denver; forfeited by Miami)
Center Unicaja (Congo)
Center Unicaja (Congo)
Note: Golden State traded the No. 55 pick to the Milwaukee Bucks
56. Cleveland (from Miami via Indiana)
57. Portland (from Memphis via Utah)
58. Indiana (from Phoenix)