The 2022 NBA Draft is here.

After a process that included numerous declarations, the draft lottery, draft combine and a series of month’s worth of workouts conducted by all 30 teams, 58 NBA hopefuls will hear their names called.

This year’s draft will be intriguing from the very beginning, as Auburn’s Jabari Smith, Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren and Duke’s Paolo Banchero have each been considered worthy of the No. 1 overall pick.

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The Sporting News will be tracking each pick — from Orlando’s first overall selection to Indiana’s final pick at No. 60. You can also follow our live draft tracker, which will provide grades and instant analysis for each pick.

Here is the pick-by-pick breakdown of both rounds of the 2022 NBA Draft. For all trades made on draft day, click here.

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NBA Draft picks 2022: Live results from Rounds 1-2

Round Pick Overall Team Pick
1 1 1 Orlando Magic Paolo Banchero, F, Duke
1 2 2 Oklahoma City Thunder Chet Holmgren, C, Gonzaga
1 3 3 Houston Rockets Jabari Smith Jr., F, Auburn
1 4 4 Sacramento Kings Keegan Murray, F, Iowa
1 5 5 Detroit Pistons Jaden Ivey, G, Purdue
1 6 6 Indiana Pacers Bennedict Mathurin, G, Arizona
1 7 7 Portland Trail Blazers Shaedon Sharpe, G, Kentucky
1 8 8 New Orleans Pelicans (via Lakers) Dyson Daniels, G, G League Ignite
1 9 9 San Antonio Spurs Jeremy Sochan, F, Baylor
1 10 10 Washington Wizards Johnny Davis, G, Wisconsin
1 11 11 New York Knicks Ousmane Dieng, F, NZ Breakers (traded to Thunder)
1 12 12 Oklahoma City Thunder (via Clippers) Jalen Williams, G, Santa Clara
1 13 13 Charlotte Hornets Jalen Duren, C, Memphis (traded to Pistons)
1 14 14 Cleveland Cavaliers Ochai Agbaji, G, Kansas
1 15 15 Charlotte Hornets (via Pelicans) Mark Williams, C, Duke
1 16 16 Atlanta Hawks AJ Griffin, F, Duke
1 17 17 Houston Rockets (via Nets) Tari Eason, F, LSU
1 18 18 Chicago Bulls Dalen Terry, G, Arizona
1 19 19 Minnesota Timberwolves Jake LaRavia, F, Wake Forest (proposed trade to Grizzlies)
1 20 20 San Antonio Spurs (via Raptors) Malaki Branham, G, Ohio State
1 21 21 Denver Nuggets Christian Braun, F, Kansas
1 22 22 Memphis Grizzlies (via Jazz) Walker Kessler, C, Auburn (proposed trade to Timberwolves)
1 23 23 Philadelphia 76ers David Roddy, F, Colorado State (proposed trade to Grizzlies)
1 24 24 Milwaukee Bucks MarJon Beauchamp, G, G League Ignite
1 25 25 San Antonio Spurs (via Celtics) Blake Wesley, G, Notre Dame
1 26 26 Houston Rockets (via Mavericks) Wendell Moore Jr., F, Duke (proposed trade to Timberwolves)
1 27 27 Miami Heat Nikola Jovic, F, Mega Basket
1 28 28 Golden State Warriors Patrick Baldwin Jr., F, Milwaukee
1 29 29 Memphis Grizzlies TyTy Washington, G, Kentucky (proposed trade to Rockets)
1 30 30 Denver Nuggets (via Suns) Peyton Watson, F, UCLA 
Round Pick Overall Team Pick
2 1 31 Indiana Pacers (via Rockets) Andrew Nembhard, G, Gonzaga
2 2 32 Orlando Magic Caleb Houstan, G, Michigan
2 3 33 Toronto Raptors (via Pistons) Christian Koloko, C, Arizona
2 4 34 Oklahoma City Thunder Jaylin Williams, F, Arkansas
2 5 35 Los Angeles Lakers (via Magic) Max Christie, G, Michigan State
2 6 35 Portland Trail Blazers Gabriele Procida, G, Fortitudo Bologna (proposed trade to Pistons)
2 7 37 Sacramento Kings Jaden Hardy, G, G League Ignite (proposed trade to Mavericks)
2 8 38 San Antonio Spurs (via Lakers) Kennedy Chandler, G, Tennessee (traded to Grizzlies)
2 9 39 Cleveland Cavaliers (via Spurs) Khalifa Diop, C, Gran Canaria
2 10 40 Minnesota Timberwolves (via Wizards) Bryce McGowens, G, Nebraska (proposed trade to Hornets)
2 11 41 New Orleans Pelicans E.J. Liddell, F, Ohio State
2 12 42 New York Knicks Trevor Keels, G, Duke
2 13 43 LA Clippers Moussa Diabate, F, Michigan
2 14 44 Atlanta Hawks Ryan Rollins, G, Toledo (proposed trade to Warriors)
2 15 45 Charlotte Hornets Josh Minott, F, Memphis (proposed trade to Timberwolves)
2 16 46 Detroit Pistons (via Nets) Ismaeel Kamagate, C, Paris Basketball (proposed trade to Nuggets)
2 17 47 Memphis Grizzlies (via Cavaliers) Vince Williams Jr., F, VCU
2 18 48 Minnesota Timberwolves Kendall Brown, F, Baylor (proposed trade to Pacers)
2 19 49 Cleveland Cavaliers (via Kings) Isaiah Mobley, F, USC
2 20 50 Minnesota Timberwolves (via Nuggets) Matteo Spagnolo, G, Vanoli Cremona
2 21 51 Golden State Warriors (via Raptors) Tyrese Martin, F, Connecticut (proposed trade to Hawks)
2 22 52 New Orleans Pelicans (via Jazz) Karlo Matkovic, F, Mega Basket
2 23 53 Boston Celtics JD Davison, G, Alabama
2 24 54 Milwaukee Bucks Forfeited
2 25 55 Miami Heat (via 76ers) Forfeited
2 26 56 Washington Wizards (via Mavericks) Yannick Nzosa, C, Unicaja
2 27 57 Golden State Warriors Gui Santos, F, Basquete Brasil
2 28 58 Cleveland Cavaliers (via Heat) Luke Travers, F, Perth Wildcats
2 29 59 Portland Trail Blazers (via Grizzlies) Jabari Walker, F, Colorado
2 30 60 Indiana Pacers (via Suns) Hugo Besson, G, NZ Breakers
  • According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Knicks will trade Ousmane Dieng, the No. 11 pick in the draft to the Thunder in exchange for multiple future picks.
  • According to multiple reports, the Hornets will trade Jalen Duren, the No. 13 pick in the draft to the Pistons, who will also acquire Kemba Walker from the Knicks. The Knicks receive a first-round pick in the 2025 NBA Draft (via the Bucks) while the Hornets receive a first-round pick in 2023 and multiple future second-round picks.
  • Wojnarowski reports that the Grizzlies will acquire Jake LaRavia, the No. 19 overall pick from the Timberwolves, who acquire picks Nos. 22 and 29 as well as a future second-round pick.
  • Wojnarowski reports that the No. 26 pick is being rerouted from the Mavericks to the Rockets to the Timberwolves. In return, the Rockets will receive the No. 29 pick and two future second-round picks.
  • According to Wojnarowski, the Hornets will acquire Bryce McGowens, the No. 40 pick in the draft, in exchange for two future second-round picks.
  • Wojnarowski reports that the Warriors sent the No. 51 pick in the draft and $2 million to the Hawks in exchange for the No. 44 overall pick, which was used to select Ryan Rollins.

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