2018 NBA Draft order, date, time: Where each team is slated pick on draft night
Now that the order of the NBA Draft is set, it's time to see where everybody is picking
The NBA Draft is finally here. Festivities will kick off Thursday at 7 p.m. ET, where fortunes of a few lucky franchises could potentially be changed forever. On top of that, there's sure to be some interesting trades involving some established players.
This year's draft class is loaded, and not just at the top. Deandre Ayton and Marvin Bagley III are premium one-and-done players sure to hear their name called early, but international star Luka Doncic has franchise-changing talent, too. From top to bottom, the first round is loaded with quality talent in an unusually deep draft.
How to watch the 2018 NBA Draft
- When: Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m. ET
- Where: Barclays Center -- Brooklyn, N.Y.
- TV: ESPN
- Free stream: CBS Sports HQ will bring you live coverage throughout the NBA Draft with up-to-the-minute pick-by-pick analysis, on-site reporting and draftee interviews. Tune in at CBSSportsHQ.com!
2018 NBA Draft order
|Draft Position||Team||Original lottery position|
Philadelphia 76ers (via Lakers)
Los Angeles Clippers
Phoenix Suns (via Heat)
Atlanta Hawks (via Timberwolves)
Minnesota Timberwolves (via Thunder)
Chicago Bulls (via Pelicans)
Los Angeles Lakers (via Cavaliers)
Atlanta Hawks (via Houston Rockets)
The order for the second round is:
New York Knicks (via Bulls)
Philadelphia 76ers (via Nets)
Philadelphia 76ers (via Knicks)
Brooklyn Nets (via Lakers)
Orlando Magic (via Hornets)
Denver Nuggets (via Clippers)
Brooklyn Nets (via Bucks)
Houston Rockets (via Heat)
Los Angeles Lakers (via Nuggets)
San Antonio Spurs
New Orleans Pelicans
Oklahoma City Thunder
Dallas Mavericks (via Trail Blazers)
Charlotte Hornets (via Cavaliers)
Oklahoma City Thunder (via Celtics)
Denver Nuggets (via Warriors)
Phoenix Suns (via Raptors)
Philadelphia 76ers (via Rockets)
- The Raptors and Heat both have no draft pick.
- The 76ers have the most draft picks with six.
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