NBA | Draft 2019-2020

Rounds
Overall Drafted By Player Position School/Team
1 New Orleans Pelicans Zion Williamson PF Duke
2 Memphis Grizzlies Ja Morant PG Murray St.
3 New York Knicks RJ Barrett SG Duke
4 Los Angeles Lakers
5 Cleveland Cavaliers Darius Garland PG Vanderbilt
6 Phoenix Suns Jarrett Culver SG Texas Tech
7 Chicago Bulls Coby White SG North Carolina
8 Atlanta Hawks Jaxson Hayes C Texas
9 Washington Wizards Rui Hachimura PF Gonzaga
10 Atlanta Hawks Cam Reddish SF Duke
11 Minnesota Timberwolves Cameron Johnson PF North Carolina
12 Charlotte Hornets PJ Washington Jr. PF Kentucky
13 Miami Heat Tyler Herro SG Kentucky
14 Boston Celtics Romeo Langford SF Indiana
15 Detroit Pistons Sekou Doumbouya PF Limoges (France)
16 Orlando Magic Chuma Okeke PF Auburn
17 Brooklyn Nets Nickeil Alexander-Walker SG Virginia Tech
18 Indiana Pacers Goga Bitadze C Buducnost (Georgia)
19 San Antonio Spurs Luca Samanic PF KK Olimpija (Slovenia)
20 Boston Celtics Matisse Thybulle SF Washington
21 Oklahoma City Thunder Brandon Clarke PF Gonzaga
22 Boston Celtics Grant Williams PF Tennessee
23 Utah Jazz Darius Bazley SF Princeton High School
24 Philadelphia 76ers Ty Jerome SG Virginia
25 Portland Trail Blazers Nassir Little SF North Carolina
26 Cleveland Cavaliers Dylan Windler SF Belmont
27 Brooklyn Nets Mfiondu Kabengele C Florida State
28 Golden State Warriors Jordan Poole SG Michigan
29 San Antonio Spurs Keldon Johnson SF Kentucky
30 Milwaukee Bucks Kevin Porter Jr. SG USC

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