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Wembanyama to San Antonio, Miller to Charlotte: 2023 NBA Draft Results

Victor Wembanyama has been highly touted as the best NBA prospect since LeBron James.  Unsurprisingly, he was the first overall pick in last night’s NBA Draft.  Here is the entire list of picks 1-58.

Round 1

  1. San Antonio Spurs – Victor Wembanyama – Metropolitans 92
  2. Charlotte Hornets – Brandon Miller – Alabama
  3. Portland Trail Blazers – Scoot Henderson – G League Ignite
  4. Houston Rockets – Amen Thompson – Overtime Elite
  5. Detriot Pistons – Ausar Thompson – Overtime Elite
  6. Orlando Magic – Anthony Black – Arkansas
  7. Indiana Pacers – Bilal Coulibaly – Metropolitans 92 (Traded to Washington)
  8. Washington Wizards – Jarace Walker – Houston (Traded to Indiana)
  9. Utah Jazz – Taylor Hendricks – UCF
  10. Dallas Mavericks – Cason Wallace – Kentucky (Traded to Oklahoma City)
  11. Orlando Magic – Jett Howard – Michigan
  12. Oklahoma City Thunder – Dereck Lively II – Duke (Traded to Dallas)
  13. Toronto Raptors – Gradey Dick – Kansas
  14. Pelicans – Jordan Hawkins – Connecticut
  15. Atlanta Hawks – Kobe Bufkin – Michigan
  16. Utah Jazz – Keyonte George – Baylor
  17. Los Angeles Lakers – Jalen Hood-Schifino – Indiana
  18. Miami Heat – Jamie Jaquez Jr. – UCLA
  19. Golden State Warriors – Brandin Podziemski – Santa Clara
  20. Houston Rockets – Cam Whitmore – Villanova
  21. Brooklyn Nets – Noah Clowney – Alabama
  22. Brooklyn Nets – Dariq Whitehead – Duke
  23. Portland Trailblazers – Kris Murray – Iowa
  24. Sacramento Kings – Oliver-Maxence Prosper – Marquette (Traded to Dallas)
  25. Memphis Grizzlies – Marcus Sasser – Houston (Traded to Detriot)
  26. Indiana Pacers – Ben Sheppard – Belmont
  27. Charlotte Hornets – Nick Smith Jr. – Arkansas
  28. Utah Jazz – Brice Sensabaugh – Ohio State
  29. Indiana Pacers – Julain Strawther – Gonzaga (Traded to Denver)
  30. Los Angeles Clippers – Kobe Brown – Missouri

Round 2

  1. Detriot Pistons – James Nnaji – FC Barcelona (Traded to Boston)
  2. Indiana Pacers – Jalen Pickett – Penn State (Traded to Denver)
  3. San Antonio Spurs – Leonard Miller – G League Ignite (Traded to Minnesota)
  4. Charlotte Hornets – Colby Jones – Xavier (Traded to Sacramento)
  5. Boston Celtics – Julian Phillips – Tennessee (Traded to Chicago)
  6. Orlando Magic – Andre Jackson Jr. – Connecticut (Traded to Milwaukee)
  7. Oklahoma City Thunder – Hunter Tyson – Clemson (Traded to Denver)
  8. Sacramento Kings – Jordan Walsh – Arkansas  (Traded to Boston)
  9. Charlotte Hornets – Mouhamed Gueye – Washington State (Traded to Atlanta)
  10. Denver Nuggets – Maxwell Lewis – Pepperdine (Traded to LA Lakers)
  11. Charlotte Hornets – Amari Bailey – UCLA
  12. Washington Wizards – Tristan Vikcevic – Partizan Mozzart Bet Belgrade
  13. Portland Trail Blazers – Rayan Rupert – NZ Breakers
  14. San Antonio Spurs – Sidy Cissoko – G League Ignite
  15. Memphis Grizzlies – Gregory Jackson II
  16. Atlanta Hawks – Seth Lundy – Penn State
  17. Los Angeles Lakers – Mojave King – G League Ignite (Traded to Pacers)
  18. Los Angeles Clippers – Jordan Miller – Miami
  19. Cleveland Cavaliers – Emoni Bates – Eastern Michigan
  20. Oklahoma City Thunder – Keyontae Johnson – Kansas State
  21. Brooklyn Nets – Jalen Wilson – Kansas
  22. Pheonix Suns – Toumani Camara – Dayton
  23. Minnesota Timberwolves – Jaylen Clark – UCLA
  24. Sacramento Kings – Jalen Slawson – Furman
  25. Indiana Pacers – Isaiah Wong – Miami
  26. Memphis Grizzlies – Tarik Biverovic – Fenerbahce Beko
  27. Washington Wizards – Trayce Jackson-Davis – Indiana (Traded to Warriors)
  28. Milwaukee Bucks – Chris Livingston – Kentucky

 

Note – There were only 58 picks (as opposed to 60) due to violations in free agency rules by the Philidelphia 76ers and Chicago Bulls, resulting in forfeited second-round draft picks.