The 2021 NBA Draft is complete with 60 players hearing their names called at Barclays Center.
We've got you covered below with the full list of picks from the first and second round, plus instant analysis for each pick in the lottery.
2021 NBA Draft
|1.||Detroit Pistons||Cade Cunningham||Oklahoma State|
|2.||Houston Rockets||Jalen Green||G League Ignite|
|3.||Cleveland Cavaliers||Evan Mobley||USC|
|4.||Toronto Raptors||Scottie Barnes||Florida State|
|5.||Orlando Magic||Jalen Suggs||Gonzaga|
|6.||Oklahoma City Thunder||Josh Giddey||Adelaide 36ers, NBL|
|7.||Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota)||Jonathan Kuminga||G League Ignite|
|8.||Orlando Magic (from Chicago)||Franz Wagner||Michigan|
|9.||Sacramento Kings||Davion Mitchell||Baylor|
|10.||Memphis Grizzlies (from New Orleans)||Ziaire Williams||Stanford|
|11.||Charlotte Hornets||James Bouknight||UConn|
|12.||San Antonio Spurs||Josh Primo||Alabama|
|13.||Indiana Pacers||Chris Duarte||Oregon|
|14.||Golden State Warriors||Moses Moody||Arkansas|
|15.||Washington Wizards||Corey Kispert||Gonzaga|
|16.||Houston Rockets (from OKC)||Alperen Sengün||Beşiktaş, Turkey|
|17.||New Orleans Pelicans (from Memphis)||Trey Murphy||Virginia|
|18.||Oklahoma City Thunder||Tre Mann||Florida|
|19.||Charlotte Hornets (from New York)||Kai Jones||Texas|
|20.||Atlanta Hawks||Jalen Johnson||Duke|
|21.||LA Clippers (from New York)||Keon Johnson||Tennesee|
|22.||Indiana Pacers (from Lakers, Wizards)||Isaiah Jackson||Kentucky|
|23.||Houston Rockets||Usman Garuba||Real Madrid, Spain|
|24.||Houston Rockets||Josh Christopher||Arizona State|
|25.||New York Knicks (from Clippers)||Quentin Grimes||Houston|
|26.||Denver Nuggets||Nah'Shon Lee Hyland||VCU|
|27.||Brooklyn Nets||Cam Thomas||LSU|
|28.||Philadelphia 76ers||Jaden Springer||Tennessee|
|29.||Brooklyn Nets (from Phoenix)||Day'Ron Sharpe||North Carolina|
|30.||Memphis Grizzlies (from Utah)||Santi Aldama||Loyola (Maryland)|
|31.||Washington Wizards (from Bucks, Pacers)||Isaiah Todd||G League Ignite|
|32.||New York Knicks||Jeremiah Robinson Earl||Villanova|
|33.||LA Clippers (from Orlando)||Jason Preston||Ohio|
|34.||Oklahoma City Thunder|| |
|FC Barcelona/ Lithuania|
|35.||New Orleans Pelicans||Herbert Jones||Alabama|
|36.||Oklahoma City Thunder||Miles McBride||West Virginia|
|37.||Charlotte Hornets (from Detroit)||JT Thor||Auburn|
|38.||Chicago Bulls||Ayo Dosunmu||Illinois|
|39.||Sacramento Kings||Neemias Queta||Utah State|
|40.||Memphis Grizzlies (from New Orleans)||Jared Butler||Baylor|
|41.||San Antonio Spurs||Joe Weskamp||Iowa|
|42.||Detroit Pistons||Isaiah Livers||Michigan|
|43.||New Orleans Pelicans||Greg Brown III||Texas|
|44.||Brooklyn Nets||Kessler Edwards||Pepperdine|
|45.||Boston Celtics||Juhann Begarin||Paris Basketball|
|46.||Toronto Raptors||Dalanao Banton||Nebraska|
|47.||Toronto Raptors||David Johnson||Louisville|
|48.||Atlanta Hawks||Sharife Cooper||Auburn|
|49.||Brooklyn Nets||Marcus Zegarowski||Creighton|
|50.||Philadelphia 76ers||Filip Petrusev||MegaBasket, Serbia|
|51.||Memphis Grizzlies||Brandon Boston Jr.||Kentucky|
|52.||Detroit Pistons||Luka Garza||Iowa|
|53.||Philadelphia 76ers||Charles Bassey||Western Kentucky|
|54.||Milwaukee Bucks (from Indiana)||Sandro Mamukelashvili||Seton Hall|
|55.||Oklahoma City Thunder||Aaron Wiggins||Maryland|
|56.||Charlotte Hornets||Balsa Koprivica||Florida State|
|57.||Detroit Pistons (from Charlotte)||Scottie Lewis||Florida|
|58.||New York Knicks||Jericho Sims||Texas|
|59.||Brooklyn Nets||Raiquan Gray||Florida State|
|60.||Milwaukee Bucks (from Indiana)||Georgios Kalaitzakis||Panathinaikos, Greece|
2021 NBA Draft: Instant analysis of the lottery
1. Detroit Pistons, Cade Cunningham, Oklahoma State
The Detroit Pistons get their franchise cornerstone in Cunningham, one of the best playmakers in the class. His combination of size, scoring and passing give them an elite talent to build around.
2. Jalen Green, Houston Rockets, G League Ignite
Position : Guard
Age : 19
The Rockets rebuild gets a huge jolt with the addition of Jalen Green, giving them a primary scorer who they can run their offence through. Green is a fluid scorer and is set to get plenty of buckets at the NBA level.
3. Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers, USC
The Cavaliers added a talented big man to their young core of perimeter players. Mobley possesses an elite two-way skill set, with his polished offensive game giving them scorer in the paint.
The Cavs were one of the worst defensive teams in the league last season and Mobley's combination of rim protection, defensive IQ athleticism will give them a big boost on that side of the floor.
4. Scottie Barnes, Toronto Raptors, Florida State
Branes is an excellent defender operating as a point guard in a forward's body. He's an interesting fit in Toronto with Kyle Lowry's impending free agency, but certainly one for the future for Toronto.
5. Jalen Suggs, Orlando Magic, Gonzaga
Suggs gives the Magic a playmaker who can push the pace and score in transition. He's an interesting fit for the Magic given their depth of guards in Markelle Fultz, Cole Anthony and R.J. Hampton.
6. Josh Giddey, Oklahoma City Thunder, Adelaide 36ers
Position : Guard
NBA.com's draft expert Kyle Irving says: Giddey is a brilliant playmaker who can create for his teammates in a variety of ways. He's a pick-and-roll maestro with the ability to make quick and smart decisions on tricky passes in tight windows. His smooth ball-handling skills pairs nicely with this aspect of his game.
7. Jonathan Kuminga, Golden State Warriors, G League Ignite
Kuminga is explosive in the open court. He'll be a ready-made NBA-level defender and lands in a nice spot in Golden State where he can learn from Draymond Green.
8. Franz Wagner, Orlando Magic, Michigan
Wagner joins his brother Mo with the Orlando Magic. A long-armed versatile defender, that's where his real value is right now. He needs to improve his shooting, but is a great cutter and should help the Magic's rebuild.
9. Davion Mitchell, Sacramento Kings, Baylor
One of the best defensive players in college basketball last year. He was the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year and helped Baylor win the National Championship last season. Should help the Kings with their on-ball defending playing alongside De'Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton.
10. Ziaire Williams, Memphis Grizzlies (via New Orleans Pelicans), Stanford
He didn't have the type of production expected in college and shot the ball poorly, but he has the tools to become a better shooter in the pros and performer with NBA spacing. Coming out of high school he was an expected lottery pick, but a surprising pick to some at No. 10.
11. James Bouknight, Charlotte Hornets, UConn
When you play with LaMelo Ball, you need shooting and Bouknight can do that. Bouknight can score at all three levels which Charlotte could use. The Hornets have to be happy the guard lasted this long in the draft.
12. Josh Primo, San Antonio Spurs, Alabama
The Canadian is the youngest player in the draft and lands in the lottery after just one season in college basketball. Primo has tremendous potential, he has size and versatility on both ends of the floor. He may have a little way to go to reach his ceiling but he's with an organization that will surely maximize his potential.
13. Chris Duarte, Indiana Pacers, Oregon
Duarte was first-team All-Pac 12 and All-Defence in the Pac 12 this past season with the Oregon Ducks. Duarte is the oldest player in the draft. A two-way wing with size - has a very mature game. His ceiling might not be as high as others in the draft, but he'll be ready to contribute to the Pacers day one.
14. Moses Moody, Golden State, Arkansas
The second of their two lottery picks for the Golden State Warriors, Moody will help the Warriors with his shooting and his length. The Warriors should be happy he fell this late in the draft.
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