NBA Draft 2021

2021 NBA Draft: Which teams own the most selections?

The 2021 NBA Draft is set to take place on Thursday, July 29 at 8:00 p.m. at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, home of the Brooklyn Nets.

While the Detroit Pistons are on the clock as owners of the No. 1 overall pick, they're also slated to make three more selections in the second round, making them one of 11 teams in this draft that owns three or more picks.

Who owns the most draft selections? Below find more on each of the 11 teams that will make three or more selections in the upcoming NBA Draft.

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Oklahoma City Thunder (six)

Nos. 6, 16, 18, 34, 36 and 55

After finishing with a 22-50 record, the Thunder won the No. 6 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft Lottery and will select 34th in the second round.

OKC acquired the No. 16 pick from the Boston Celtics, the No. 18 pick from the Miami Heat, the Minnesota Timberwolves' No. 36 pick and the Denver Nuggets' No. 55 pick.

New Orleans Pelicans (four)

Nos. 10, 35, 40 and 43

New Orleans, which finished with a 31-41 record, will select 10th, a pick that will reportedly be made for the Memphis Grizzlies, who will select 17th for the Pelicans.

The Pelicans acquired the Cleveland Cavaliers' No. 35 pick, the Chicago Bulls' No. 40 pick, and the Washington Wizards' No. 45 pick.

Detroit Pistons (four)

Nos. 1, 37, 42 and 52

The Pistons won the NBA Draft Lottery and will select first overall.

Detroit acquired the No. 37 pick from the Toronto Raptors, the Charlotte Hornets' No. 42 pick and the Los Angeles Lakers' No. 52 pick.

New York Knicks (four)

Nos. 19, 21, 32 and 58

After ending an eight-year postseason drought, the Knicks will select 19th in the 2021 NBA Draft.

New York acquired the No. 21 pick from Dallas, Detroit's No. 32 pick from Detroit and Philadelphia's No. 58 pick.

Brooklyn Nets (four)

Nos. 27, 44, 49 and 59

Brooklyn will select 27th after finishing with the league's fourth-best record in the 2020-21 season.

The Nets acquired the Indiana Pacers' No. 44 pick, the Atlanta Hawks' No. 49 pick and the Phoenix Suns' No. 59 pick.

Houston Rockets (three)

Nos. 2, 23 and 24

The Rockets won the second overall pick in the NBA Draft Lottery after posting a 17-55 record.

Houston will make back-to-back selections later in the first round, acquiring Portland's No. 23 pick and the No. 24 pick from Milwaukee.

Toronto Raptors (three)

Nos. 4, 46 and 47

Toronto was a big winner in the lottery, winning the No. 4 pick despite having the seventh-best odds.

The Raptors own consecutive picks in the second round, acquiring the Memphis Grizzlies' No. 46 pick and the Golden State Warriors' No. 47 pick in trade deadline deals with the Jazz and Kings.

Orlando Magic (three)

Nos. 5, 8 and 33

The sole owner of two top-10 picks in the draft, Orlando will make its selection at No. 5 and again at No. 8, using a pick acquired from Chicago. Orlando also owns the No. 33 pick after finishing with the league's third-worst record in 2020-21.

Charlotte Hornets (three)

Nos. 11, 56 and 57

After losing in the first game of the inaugural Play-In Tournament, Charlotte was awarded the No. 11 pick at the NBA Draft Lottery.

The Hornets also own the LA Clippers' No. 56 pick and the No. 57 pick that originally belonged to the Nets.

Indiana Pacers (three)

Nos. 13, 54 and 60

Indiana, which saw its playoff hopes come to an end in the Play-In Tournament, was awarded the No. 13 pick at the Draft Lottery.

The Pacers own the 54th pick, which originally belonged to the Bucks and the final pick in the draft, which belonged to the Utah Jazz.

Philadelphia 76ers (three)

Nos. 28, 50 and 53

After finishing with the league's third-best record in the 2020-21 season, the Sixers own the 28th pick in the opening round.

Philadelphia acquired the No. 50 pick from New York and in a draft-day deal, acquired No. 54 from New Orleans (via Dallas).

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