2012 NBA Draft Results

The 2012 NBA draft finally arrived on Thursday night, and while the first overall pick certainly wasn't unexpected, the surprises started coming at No. 2 and continued for most of the night. We've got the complete results, including all 60 picks and six draft-night trades, right here:

    Round One:

  1. New Orleans Hornets: Anthony Davis (PF, Kentucky)
  2. Charlotte Bobcats: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (SF, Kentucky)
  3. Washington Wizards: Bradley Beal (SG, Florida)
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers: Dion Waiters (SG, Syracuse)
  5. Sacramento Kings: Thomas Robinson (PF, Kansas)
  6. Portland Trail Blazers: Damian Lillard (PG, Weber State)
  7. Golden State Warriors: Harrison Barnes (SF, North Carolina)
  8. Toronto Raptors: Terrence Ross (SG, Washington)
  9. Detroit Pistons: Andre Drummond (C, UConn)
  10. New Orleans Hornets: Austin Rivers (SG, Duke)
  11. Portland Trail Blazers: Meyers Leonard (C, Illinois)
  12. Houston Rockets: Jeremy Lamb (SG, UConn)
  13. Phoenix Suns: Kendall Marshall (PG, North Carolina)
  14. Milwaukee Bucks: John Henson (PF, North Carolina)
  15. Philadelphia 76ers: Moe Harkless (SF, St. John's)
  16. Houston Rockets: Royce White (PF, Iowa State)
  17. Cleveland Cavaliers: Tyler Zeller (C, North Carolina)1
  18. Houston Rockets: Terrence Jones (PF, Kentucky)
  19. Orlando Magic: Andrew Nicholson (PF, St. Bonaventure)
  20. Denver Nuggets: Evan Fournier (SG, France)
  21. Boston Celtics: Jared Sullinger (PF, Ohio State)
  22. Boston Celtics: Fab Melo (C, Syracuse)
  23. Atlanta Hawks: John Jenkins (SG, Vanderbilt)
  24. Dallas Mavericks: Jared Cunningham (SG, Oregon St.)1
  25. Memphis Grizzlies: Tony Wroten (PG, Washington)
  26. Indiana Pacers: Miles Plumlee (C, Duke)
  27. Philadelphia 76ers: Arnett Moultrie (PF, Mississippi St.)2
  28. Oklahoma City Thunder: Perry Jones III (PF, Baylor)
  29. Chicago Bulls: Marquis Teague (PG, Kentucky)
  30. Golden State Warriors: Festus Ezeli (C, Vanderbilt)
  31. Round Two:

  32. Charlotte Bobcats: Jeff Taylor (SF, Vanderbilt)
  33. Washington Wizards: Tomas Satoransky (SG, Czech Republic)
  34. Dallas Mavericks: Bernard James (C, Florida St.)1
  35. Dallas Mavericks: Jae Crowder (SF, Marquette)1
  36. Golden State Warriors: Draymond Green (SF, Michigan St.)
  37. Indiana Pacers: Orlando Johnson (SG, UC Santa Barbara)3
  38. Toronto Raptors: Quincy Acy (SF, Baylor)
  39. Denver Nuggets: Quincy Miller (SF, Baylor)
  40. Detroit Pistons: Khris Middleton (SF, Texas A&M)
  41. Portland Trail Blazers: Will Barton (SG, Memphis)
  42. Brooklyn Nets: Tyshawn Taylor (PG, Kansas)4
  43. Milwaukee Bucks: Doron Lamb (SG, Kentucky)
  44. Atlanta Hawks: Mike Scott (PF, Virginia)
  45. Detroit Pistons: Kim English (SG, Missouri)
  46. Miami Heat: Justin Hamilton (C, LSU)2
  47. New Orleans Hornets: Darius Miller (SF, Kentucky)
  48. Utah Jazz: Kevin Murphy (SF, Tennessee Tech)
  49. New York Knicks: Kostas Papanikolaou (SF, Greece)
  50. Orlando Magic: Kyle O'Quinn (C, Norfolk St.)
  51. Denver Nuggets: Izzet Turkyilmaz (C, Turkey)
  52. Boston Celtics: Kris Joseph (SF, Syracuse)
  53. Golden State Warriors: Ognjen Kuzmic (C, Bosnia)
  54. Los Angeles Clippers: Furkan Aldemir (PF, Turkey)
  55. Brooklyn Nets: Tornike Shengelia (SF, Georgia)5
  56. Los Angeles Lakers: Darius Johnson-Odom (SF, Marquette)6
  57. Toronto Raptors: Tomislav Zubcic (SF, Croatia)
  58. Brooklyn Nets: Ilkan Karaman (PF, Turkey)
  59. Minnesota Timberwolves: Robbie Hummel (SF, Purdue)
  60. San Antonio Spurs: Marcus Denmon (SG, Missouri)
  61. Los Angeles Lakers: Robert Sacre (C, Gonzaga)

1 Cavaliers acquire No. 17 pick from Mavericks in exchange for Nos. 24, 33, 34.
2
76ers acquire No. 27 pick from Heat in exchange for No. 45 and a future first-rounder.
3 Pacers acquire No. 36 pick from Kings in exchange for cash.
4 Nets acquire No. 41 pick from Trail Blazers in exchange for cash.
5 Nets acquire No. 54 pick from 76ers in exchange for cash.
6 Lakers acquire No. 55 pick from Mavericks in exchange for cash.

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8 Comments on "2012 NBA Draft Results"


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dc21892
3 years 2 months ago

Harrison Barnes to GS is a very good pick. With a healthy Bogut and Curry they will have a very dangerous starting 5, decent bench and solid coaching staff to boot, the Warriors are going to make some noise next year.

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Table
3 years 2 months ago

I’m not so sure about that defense

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dc21892
3 years 2 months ago

Good point.

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Scott_T
3 years 2 months ago

Bogut is an elite defender, he will make a massive difference. Barnes should be a solid defender (very good by GSW standards) & Ezeli is all about defense.

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frustrated warriors fan
3 years 2 months ago

Andre drummond Damn it warriors, bogut will be injured just watch..

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dc21892
3 years 2 months ago

Could not be happier with what Boston did tonight. The only partial issue I have is how they passed up that load of talent named Perry Jones III. Oh well, can’t get em all. Nicely done, Danny. No choking this year like last year when you gave up Brooks!

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EddiePants
3 years 2 months ago

Only concern for these picks is Garnett. If he is back then all is well. He will teach these kids the real meaning of working hard, For an added treat, if Ray Allen comes back (One of the hardest workers) celtics will be even better place. Of course $$ might matter, but both of them haven’t been stupid and have made stupid cash. Next few weeks will tell a lot!

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NYPOTENCE
3 years 2 months ago

Can’t anyone sign Machado and Hollis Thompson or any other undrafted free agents

 

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