2012 NBA Draft Results

June 29 2012 at 1:00am CDT By Luke Adams

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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