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Sport NBA Draft 2021: What is the 2021 NBA Draft order?

06:16  23 june  2021
06:16  23 june  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The 2021 NBA Draft will take place on Thursday, July 29.

Following the 2021 NBA Draft Lottery, the order for the upcoming NBA Draft is now set.

Below, find the order for the 2021 NBA Draft.

2021 NBA Draft Order

  1. Detroit Pistons
  2. Houston Rockets
  3. Cleveland Cavaliers
  4. Toronto Raptors
  5. Orlando Magic
  6. Oklahoma City Thunder
  7. Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota)
  8. Orlando Magic (from Chicago)
  9. Sacramento Kings
  10. New Orleans Pelicans
  11. Charlotte Hornets
  12. San Antonio Spurs
  13. Indiana Pacers
  14. Golden State Warriors
  15. Washington Wizards
  16. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Boston)
  17. Memphis Grizzlies
  18. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Miami)*
  19. New York Knicks
  20. Atlanta Hawks
  21. New York Knicks (from Dallas)
  22. Los Angeles Lakers
  23. Houston Rockets (from Portland)
  24. Houston Rockets (from Milwaukee)
  25. LA Clippers
  26. Denver Nuggets
  27. Brooklyn Nets
  28. Philadelphia 76ers
  29. Phoenix Suns
  30. Utah Jazz
  31. Milwaukee Bucks (from Houston)
  32. New York Knicks (from Detroit)
  33. Orlando Magic
  34. New Orleans Pelicans (from Cleveland)
  35. Oklahoma City Thunder
  36. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Minnesota)
  37. Detroit Pistons (from Toronto)
  38. Chicago Bulls
  39. Sacramento Kings
  40. New Orleans Pelicans
  41. San Antonio Spurs
  42. Detroit Pistons (from Charlotte)
  43. New Orleans Pelicans (from Washington)
  44. Brooklyn Nets (from Indiana)
  45. Boston Celtics
  46. Toronto Raptors (from Memphis)
  47. Toronto Raptors (from Golden State)
  48. Atlanta Hawks (from Miami)
  49. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta)
  50. Philadelphia 76ers (from New York)
  51. Memphis Grizzlies (from Portland)
  52. Detroit Pistons (from LA Lakers)
  53. New Orleans Pelicans (from Dallas)
  54. Indiana Pacers (from Milwaukee)
  55. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Denver)
  56. Charlotte Hornets (from LA Clippers)
  57. Charlotte Hornets (from Brooklyn)
  58. New York Knicks (from Philadelphia)
  59. Brooklyn Nets (from Phoenix)
  60. Indiana Pacers (from Utah)

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