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2022 NBA draft results: who did the teams pick? Complete list

Check out every pick of the 2022 NBA Draft from the Barclays Center. Paolo Banchero was number one pick for the Orlando Magic.

Check out every pick of the 2022 NBA Draft from the Barclays Center. Paolo Banchero was number one pick for the Orlando Magic.
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The 2022 NBA Draft picks are coming in, with the latest crop of youngsters hearing their name called and realising the dream of making the jump to the big time. This year’s draft was held at the Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, with the Orlando Magic having the number one pick and going for Duke’s Paolo Banchero, a 6ft 10 inch power forward from Seattle, Washington.

Magic go for Banchero number one

While some had seen the Magic going for either Chet Holmgren or Jabari Smith, Paolo Banchero was widely recognised as the best player in the draft and Orlando decided that was indeed the case.

The first three picks were the three players most expected to go in those spots, with Chet Holmgren rumbling off to the Oklahoma City Thunder, and Jabari Smith Jr blasting off to the Houston Rockets.

2022 NBA Draft Full List

Round 1

1.Orlando MagicPaolo Banchero (Duke, PF)
2.Oklahoma City ThunderChet Holmgren (Gonzaga, PF)
3.Houston RocketsJabari Smith Jr. (Auburn, PF)
4.Sacramento KingsKeegan Murray (Iowa, PF)
5.Detroit PistonsJaden Ivey (Purdue, PG)
6.Indiana PacersBennedict Mathurin (Arizona, SF)
7.Portland TrailblazersShadon Sharpe (Kentucky, SG)
8.New Orleans PelicansDyson Daniels (G League Ignite, PG)
9.San Antonio SpursJeremy Sochan (Baylor, PF)
10.Washington WizardsJohnny Davis (Wisconsin, SG)
11.Oklahoma City Thunder (from New York Knicks)Ousmane Dieng (NZ Breakers, SF)
12.Oklahoma City ThunderJalen Williams (Santa Clara, SG)
13.Charlotte HornetsJalen Duren (Memphis, C)
14.Cleveland CavaliersOchai Agbaji (Kansas, SF)
15.Charlotte HornetsMark Williams (Duke, C)
16.Atlanta HawksA.J. Griffin (Duke, SF)
17.Houston RocketsTari Eason (LSU, SF)
18.Chicago BullsDalen Terry (Arizona, PG)
19.Minnesota TimberwolvesJake LaRavia (Wake Forest, PF)
20.San Antonio SpursMalaki Branham (Ohio State, SG)
21.Denver NuggetsChristian Braun (Kansas, SG)
22.Memphis GrizzliesWalker Kessler (Auburn, C)
23.Philadelphia 76ersDavid Roddy (Colorado State, PF)
24.Milwaukee BucksMarJon Beauchamp (G League Ignite, SG)
25.San Antonio SpursBlake Wesley (Notre Dame, SG)
26.Houston RocketsWendell Moore Jr (Duke, SF)
27.Miami HeatNikola Jovic (Mega Mozzart, SF)
28.Golden State WarriorsPatrick Baldwin Jr (Milwaukee, SF)
29.Memphis GrizzliesTyTy Washington Jr (Kentucky, PG)
30.Denver NuggetsPeyton Watson (UCLA, SF)

Round 2

1.Indiana PacersAndrew Nembhard (Gonzaga, PG)
2.Orlando MagicCaleb Houstan (Michigan, SF)
3.Toronto RaptorsChristian Koloko (Arizona, PF)
4.Oklahoma City ThunderJaylin Williams (Arkansas, C)
5.Los Angeles LakersMax Christie (Michigan State, SG)
6.Detroit PistonsGabriele Procida (Fortitudo Bologna, SG)
7.Sacramento KingsJaden Hardy (G League Ignite, SG)
8.San Antonio SpursKennedy Chandler (Tennessee, PG)
9.Cleveland CavaliersKhalifa Diop (Gran Canaria, C)
10.Minnesota TimberwolvesBryce McGowens (Nebraska, SG)
11.New Orleans JazzE.J. Liddell (Ohio State, PF)
12.New York KnicksTrevor Keels (Duke, SF)
13.LA ClippersMoussa Diabate (Michigan, PF)
14.Atlanta HawksRyan Rollins (Toledo, SG)
15.Charlotte HornetsJosh Minott (Memphis, PF)
16.Portland TrailblazersIsmael Kamagate (Paris, C)
17.Memphis GrizzliesVince Williams Jr (VCU, SF)
18.Minnesota TimberwolvesKendall Brown (Baylor, SF)
19.Golden State WarriorsIsaiah Mobley (USC, PF)
20.Minnesota TimberwolvesMatteo Spagnolo (Cremona, PG)
21.Golden State WarriorsTyrese Martin (UConn, SF)
22.New Orleans JazzKarlo Matkovic (Mega Mozzart, PF)
23.Boston CelticsJD Davison (Alabama, PG)
24.Washington WizardsYannick Nzosa (Unicaja Malaga, C)
25.Golden State WarriorsGui Santos (Minas, SF)
26.Cleveland CavaliersLuke Travers (Perth, SG)
27.Portland TrailblazersJabari Walker (Colorado, PF)
28.Indiana PacersHugo Besson (NZ Breakers, PG)

Note that Milwaukee and Miami forfeited their second-round picks for contacting players illegally outside of the free trade period, meaning the second round is only 28 picks, rather than the usual 30.

Follow Dane for the full Draft live, with in-depth analysis as it happens, live from the Barclays Center.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver (L) and Chet Holmgren who went 2nd overall pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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NBA commissioner Adam Silver (L) and Chet Holmgren who went 2nd overall pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder.Sarah StierGetty

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