Both rounds of the 2022 NBA draft

The Orlando Magic will be ready to start the first round of the 2022 NBA draft at 7:00 pm CET (ABC and ESPN), with up to two players being drafted in Alabama tonight.

Guards J.D. Davison (freshman) and Keon Ellis (senior) were drafted as second-round late picks in various tryout drafts, with the former consistently appearing in nearly all picks. Both players were invited to the NBA draft. Junior quarterback Jayden Shackelford did not receive an invitation and is not expected to be selected tonight.

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1. Orlando Magic — Paolo Banquero, Duke

2. Oklahoma City Thunder – Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga

3. Houston Rockets – Jabari Smith, Auburn

4. Sacramento Kings. Keegan Murray, Iowa

5. Detroit Pistons – Jayden Ivey, Purdue

6. Indiana Pacers – Benedict Maturin, Arizona

7. Portland Trailblazers – Schaedon Sharp, Kentucky

8. New Orleans Pelicans – Dyson Daniels, G League Ignite

9. San Antonio Spurs – Jeremy Sochan, Baylor

10. Washington Wizards – Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

11. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Knicks) – Ousmane Dieng, France

12. Oklahoma City Thunder – Jalen Williams, Santa Clara

13. Detroit Pistons (by using Hornets — Jalen Düren, Memphis

14. Cleveland Cavaliers – Ochai Agbaji, Kansas

15. Charlotte Hornets – Mark Williams, Duke

16. Atlanta Hawks – AJ Griffin, Duke

17. Houston Rockets – Tari Eason, LSU

18. Chicago Bulls – Dalene Terry, Arizona

19. Memphis Grizzlies (via Timberwolves) – Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest

20. San Antonio Spurs – Malachi Branham, Ohio

21. Denver Nuggets – Christian Brown, Kansas

22. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Grizzlies) – Walker Kessler, Auburn

23. Memphis Grizzlies (via 76ers) – David Roddy, Colorado State

24. Milwaukee Bucks – MarJohn Beauchamp, G League Ignite

25. San Antonio Spurs – Blake Wesley, Notre Dame

26. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Rockets) – Wendell Moore, Duke

27. Miami Heat — Nikola Jovic, Serbia

28. Golden State Warriors – Patrick Baldwin Jr., Milwaukee

29. Houston Rockets (via Grizzlies) – Taitay Washington, KY

30. Denver Nuggets (via Thunder) – Peyton Watson, UCLA.


31. Indiana Pacers – Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga

32. Orlando Magic – Caleb Hustan, Michigan

33. Toronto Raptors – Christian Koloko, Arizona

34. Oklahoma City Thunder – Jaylene Williams, Arkansas

35. Los Angeles Lakers – Max Christie, Michigan State

36. Detroit Pistons (via Trailblazers) – Gabriele Procida, Italy

37. Dallas Mavericks (via Kings) – Jayden Hardy, G League Ignite

38. Memphis Grizzlies (via Tottenham) – Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee

39. Cleveland Cavaliers – Khalifa Diop, Gran Canaria

40. Charlotte Hornets (via Timberwolves) – Bryce McGowans, Nebraska

41. New Orleans Pelicans – E. J. Liddell, Ohio

42. New York Knicks – Trevor Keels, Duke

43. Los Angeles Clippers – Moussa Diabate, Michigan

44. Golden State Warriors (via Hawks) – Ryan Rollins, Toledo

45. Charlotte Hornets – Josh Minott, Memphis

46. ​​Denver Nuggets (via Trailblazers) – Ismael Camagate, France

47. Memphis Grizzlies – Vince Williams, VCU

48. Indiana Pacers (via Timberwolves) – Kendall Brown, Baylor

49. Cleveland Cavaliers (via Kings) – Isaiah Mobley, USC

50. Minnesota Timberwolves – Matteo Spagnolo, Italy

51. Atlanta Hawks (via Warriors) – Tyrese Martin, UConn

52. New Orleans Pelicans – Carlo Matkovic, Serbia

53. Boston Celtics – JD Davison, Alabama

54. Washington Wizards – Yannick Nzosa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

55. Golden State Warriors – Guy Santos, Brazil

56. Cleveland Cavaliers – Luke Travers, Australia

57. Portland Trailblazers – Jabari Walker, Colorado

58. Indiana Pacers – Hugo Besson, Australia

***Note: The Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat lost their picks in the second round.

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