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2022 NBA Draft Live Stream

The Portland Trail Blazers are heading into tonight’s game. NBA draft armed with the seventh, 46th and 57th picks. This marks the first time the franchise has entered the draft with a lottery pick since CJ McCollum was the 10th overall pick in 2013. Yes, the franchise also took the 10th overall pick in 2017, but only after a deal was negotiated with draft night. Sacramento Kings.

Orlando Magic receives top pick for the first time since Dwight Howard was picked in 2004. Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Sacramento Kings, Detroit Pistons as well as Indiana Pacers. However, there is always a chance that one or two trades will be made during the night.

Auburn’s Jabari Smith Jr., Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren, Duke’s Paolo Banchero, and Purdue’s Jayden Ivey have been heavily promoted as the names most likely to be named at the start of the trial.

Here is the important information if you want to take a look:

  • Date and time: Tonight, 8:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm PT
  • Where: Barclays Center, New York
  • TV coverage: First round on ABC, entire draft on ESPN.

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That’s all! Have fun and hopefully the Blazers will pick and/or trade to improve the team for the 2022-23 season.

We’ll be updating the primaries and deals as they become available here.

First round

1 Orlando

2 Oklahoma City

3 Houston

4 Sacramento

5 Detroit

6 Indiana

7 Portland

8 New Orleans (from Los Angeles Lakers)

9 San Antonio

10 Washington

11 New York

12 Oklahoma City (from Los Angeles Clippers)

13 Charlotte

14 Cleveland

15 Charlotte (from New Orleans)

16 Atlanta

17 Houston (from Brooklyn)

18 Chicago

19 Minnesota

20 San Antonio (from Toronto)

21 Denver

22 Memphis (from Utah)

23 Philadelphia

24 Milwaukee

25 San Antonio (from Boston)

26 Houston (from Dallas)

27 Miami

28 Golden State

29 Memphis

30 Denver (from Oklahoma City)

Second round

31 Indiana (from Houston via Cleveland)

32 Orlando

33 Toronto (from Detroit via San Antonio, Washington and Chicago)

34 Oklahoma City

35 Orlando (from Indiana via Milwaukee)

36 Detroit (from Portland)

37 Sacramento

38 San Antonio (from Los Angeles Lakers via Chicago and Washington)

39 Cleveland (from San Antonio via Utah)

40 Minnesota (from Washington via Cleveland)

41 New Orleans

42 New York

43 Los Angeles Clippers

44 Atlanta

45 Charlotte

46 Portland (from Brooklyn via Detroit)

47 Memphis (from Cleveland via New Orleans and Atlanta)

48 Minnesota

49 Sacramento (from Chicago via Memphis and Detroit)

50 Minnesota (from Denver via Philadelphia)

51 Golden State (from Toronto via Philadelphia)

52 New Orleans (from Utah)

53 Boston

– Milwaukee (confiscated)

– Miami (from Philadelphia via Denver; confiscated by Miami)

54 Washington (from Dallas)

55 Golden State

56 Cleveland (from Miami via Indiana)

57 Portland (from Memphis via Utah)

58 Indiana (from Phoenix)

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