Complete 2017 NBA Draft Results

The 2017 NBA Draft is now in the books. The Sixers kicked off the night by nabbing Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 overall pick — as expected, with Lonzo Ball, Jayson Tatum, and Josh Jackson coming off the board after him.

The full results of this year’s draft are below, with trades noted, including a blockbuster that will send Jimmy Butler to Minnesota.

First round:

  1. Philadelphia 76ers (from Nets via Celtics): Markelle Fultz, PG (Washington)
  2. Los Angeles Lakers: Lonzo Ball, PG (UCLA)
  3. Boston Celtics (from Kings via Sixers): Jayson Tatum, SF (Duke)
  4. Phoenix Suns: Josh Jackson, SF (Kansas)
  5. Sacramento Kings (from Sixers): De’Aaron Fox, PG (Kentucky)
  6. Orlando Magic: Jonathan Isaac, F (Florida State)
  7. Chicago Bulls (from Timberwolves): Lauri Markkanen, PF (Arizona)
  8. New York Knicks: Frank Ntilikina, PG (France)
  9. Dallas Mavericks: Dennis Smith Jr., PG (North Carolina State)
  10. Portland Trail Blazers (from Pelicans via Kings): Zach Collins, F/C (Gonzaga)
  11. Charlotte Hornets: Malik Monk, G (Kentucky)
  12. Detroit Pistons: Luke Kennard, SG (Duke)
  13. Utah Jazz (from Nuggets): Donovan Mitchell, G (Louisville)
  14. Miami Heat: Bam Adebayo, C (Kentucky)
  15. Sacramento Kings (from Trail Blazers): Justin Jackson, SF (North Carolina)
  16. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Bulls): Justin Patton, C (Creighton)
  17. Milwaukee Bucks: D.J. Wilson, PF (Michigan)
  18. Indiana Pacers: T.J. Leaf, PF (UCLA)
  19. Atlanta Hawks: John Collins, PF (Wake Forest)
  20. Sacramento Kings (from Grizzlies via Trail Blazers): Harry Giles, C (Duke)
  21. Oklahoma City Thunder: Terrance Ferguson, G/F (Australia)
  22. Brooklyn Nets (from Wizards): Jarrett Allen, C (Texas)
  23. Toronto Raptors (from Clippers): OG Anunoby, F (Indiana)
  24. Denver Nuggets (from Jazz): Tyler Lydon, F (Syracuse)
  25. Philadelphia 76ers (from Raptors via Magic): Anzejs Pasecniks, C (Spain)
  26. Portland Trail Blazers (from Cavaliers): Caleb Swanigan, F/C (Purdue)
  27. Los Angeles Lakers (from Celtics via Nets): Kyle Kuzma, PF (Utah)
  28. Utah Jazz (from Rockets via Lakers): Tony Bradley, C (North Carolina)
  29. San Antonio Spurs: Derrick White, G (Colorado)
  30. Los Angeles Lakers (from Warriors via Jazz): Josh Hart, SG (Villanova)

Second round:

  1. New Orleans Pelicans (from Nets via Hornets): Frank Jackson, SG (Duke)
  2. Phoenix Suns: Davon Reed, SG (Miami)
  3. Orlando Magic (from Lakers): Wesley Iwundu, SG (Kansas State)
  4. Sacramento Kings (from Sixers): Frank Mason, PG (Kansas)
  5. Memphis Grizzlies (from Magic): Ivan Rabb, F/C (Cal)
  6. Philadelphia 76ers (from Knicks): Jonah Bolden, PF (Serbia)
  7. Boston Celtics (from Timberwolves): Semi Ojeleye, F (SMU)
  8. Golden State Warriors (from Kings via Bulls): Jordan Bell, PF (Oregon)
  9. Los Angeles Clippers (from Mavericks via Sixers): Jawun Evans, PG (Oklahoma State)
  10. Charlotte Hornets (from Pelicans): Dwayne Bacon, SF (Florida State)
  11. Atlanta Hawks (from Hornets): Tyler Dorsey, SG (Oregon)
  12. Los Angeles Lakers (from Pistons via Jazz): Thomas Bryant, C (Indiana)
  13. Houston Rockets (from Nuggets): Isaiah Hartenstein, F/C (Lithuania)
  14. New York Knicks (from Chicago): Damyean Dotson, SG (Houston)
  15. Memphis Grizzlies (from Trail Blazers via Rockets): Dillon Brooks, SF (Oregon)
  16. Milwaukee Bucks (from Heat via Sixers): Sterling Brown, SG (SMU)
  17. Indiana Pacers: Ike Anigbogu, C (UCLA)
  18. Los Angeles Clippers (from Bucks): Sindarius Thornwell, SG (South Carolina)
  19. Denver Nuggets (from Grizzlies): Vlatko Cancar, PF (Serbia)
  20. Philadelphia 76ers (from Hawks): Mathias Lessort, F/C (France)
  21. Denver Nuggets (from Thunder): Monte Morris, PG (Iowa State)
  22. Indiana Pacers (from Wizards via Pelicans): Edmond Sumner, PG (Xavier)
  23. Boston Celtics (from Cavaliers): Kadeem Allen, PG (Arizona)
  24. Phoenix Suns (from Raptors): Alec Peters, PF (Valparaiso)
  25. Utah Jazz: Nigel Williams-Goss, PG (Gonzaga)
  26. Boston Celtics (from Clippers): Jabari Bird, SG (Cal)
  27. Brooklyn Nets (from Celtics): Aleksandar Vezenkov, F (Spain)
  28. New York Knicks (from Rockets): Ognjen Jaramaz, PG (Serbia)
  29. San Antonio Spurs: Jaron Blossomgame, F (Clemson)
  30. Atlanta Hawks (from Warriors): Alpha Kaba, C (Serbia)
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50 thoughts on “Complete 2017 NBA Draft Results

  1. Thronson5

    Shocked kind of with the Celtics pick but Tatum is a good player. Just thought for sure they’d take Jackson.

    Stoked on the Lakers pick although I think everyone saw that coming. “BALL CONTROL” haha love his crazy dad lol

    • Tatum is a better fit on that team than Jackson. I think Jackson not coming in for a workout definitely impacted that decision though.

      • liamsfg

        Tatum personality wise seemed like he fit in with the culture there too.

        Jackson seems like a great kid but still very timid.

  2. Wow you guys are way ahead of the actual espn coverage lol. Isaac just got taken and you guys have Markkanen and Ntilikina already down.

      • RiverCatsFilms

        All TV is delayed by a little, but shouldn’t be a matter of minutes. I’m guessing that the website has the intel and ESPN doesn’t know until Silver comes out and announces.

      • They’ve slowed down here. Must’ve noticed my comment lol. I think the writers here had some sources giving them some insider info. I could see them being one pick ahead but two picks is a lot unless one of the writers is at the draft.

  3. RiverCatsFilms

    So glad Kings got Fox. Hopefully they can pick up the right player at 10!

  4. RiverCatsFilms

    I think that the ESPN coverage isn’t that good. The pick is in and Silver has to wait until the timer runs out to announce the pick. This and Twitter are the best places to go.

  5. RiverCatsFilms

    Paul George isn’t going anywhere unless they want a 2nd round pick

  6. gmflores27

    Love the drafts from the Lakers, Sixers, Jazz, Kings, And Blazers so far

  7. DarkGhost

    Hard to say he was a steal at no 4 but Jackson being there for the Suns was shocking to me.

    • Thronson5

      Everyone needs get off this kids back. Kind of ridiculous. He can’t help it his dad has a big mouth. He’s just a proud dad who lets his emotions fly and has no filter and as far as that game where Fox got the best of Ball..everyone has a bad game. EVERYONE!

      • liamsfg

        He seems grateful to even have a passionate Dad who supports his kids dreams and has a lot of confidence in them.

        Some of us weren’t fortunate enough to have fathers in our lives.

  8. Thronson5

    Not just saying this because I am a Lakers fan…I feel the Lakers had a great draft. Definitely one of the best draft results tonight. I still can’t help but wonder if they will try to make another trade or two. Gotta mix at least another veteran or two in on this team. Seems more and more likely we won’t be getting George at least until he is a free agent unless some crazy miracle happens before the season so they should try to dump Dengs contract in a trade or even waive him and stretch the contract out then sign a decent free agent that won’t kill their salary cap. Maybe even Igudoula (however it’s spelled) then go hard after George and Lebron or George and Cousins next off season.

    • Cubshoops5

      Thomas Bryant is so soft it’s unreal. That’s subtraction by addition

  9. reneaguerra

    Fyi for thise of you who dont watch college basketball until your told to in March.. Ucla played Kentucky twice last year…Lets not over judge on one game. It was 1-1.

  10. formerlyz

    Really good nights for the Lakers, Celtics, Phoenix, Minnesota, Charlotte, Sacramento, GS, Orlando, Milwaukee, and the Spurs

    • Connorsoxfan

      Not so great for Boston they used all 3 second rounders and they already have 2nd rounders coming out their rear end on their roster, in the d-league, stashed overseas, and in the future. They could just bring up the red claws to the NBA and they could fill an entire team with 2nd rounders over the last couple years… they’ve gotta do something with them eventually. Why they didn’t trade for PJ Tucker at the deadline is beyond me. They should’ve just offered all 3 of their 2nd rounders this year. He wouldn’t have won them the finals or anything but he would’ve helped and cost essentially nothing they can’t use more picks.

      • formerlyz

        I thought there were a few potential deals on the table for the Celtics they probably should have taken last year, but now you have to look at next year, and beyond b/c that already passed. As I said in the other thread, I’m not worried about them having too many assets before the offseason even gets underway

  11. Corleone

    Suns habe two franchise player and a good Young Core.

    But they need a trade Bledsoe Dudley and Chandler for Drummond very good for booth teams

    • That’s not a good deal for both teams. Its obviously good for the Suns but what does that do for the Pistons? That’s a ton of money going to them with little value in return. The Suns would need to give up future firsts or one of their young guys to make that interesting for the Pistons.

  12. HHenderson

    Surprised nobody has said this but the Bulls made off like fat cats. They got Dunn, whom the coveted last season plus Lavine and the no7 pick. Not a bulls fan but seriously I think they’re the clear winners of the draft.

    • How did they make off like fat cats? Its a good deal, for both sides, but they didn’t rob the Wolves in this trade. People seem to forget that LaVine is coming off an ACL tear, something that should be taken with caution since LaVine’s game was very reliant on his athleticism. I’m not saying he can’t return to form, and I hope he does return to form, but you never know with a player coming off a major knee injury.

      • formerlyz

        I thought the Bulls got fleeced lol. Lavine has 1 year left on his rookie deal, coming off the ACL. They tooK Markannen, which makes no sense unless they think he’s Dirk, and they have up #16, which was Justin patton, who has super high upside. Minnesota destroyed them

    • yoyo137

      I sure hope you aren’t an actual Bulls fan because that would suck if you still had hope in the front office. Tragic really

    • yoyo137

      Kings are the winners of the draft i’m sorry the Bulls got a player coming off an ACL tear, Kris Dunn, and the 7 pick Markannen for 3 years of Butler AND the 16 pick. Bulls had the worst draft of any team in the league but that would be embarrassing to compare the Bulls with a real NBA team

  13. 1980MVP

    Biggest disappointment of the draft was turning on NBA Tv and seeing what appears to be a Casey Stern.

  14. shawnybig

    Celtics draft breakdown I really like the Theden pick he reminds me of Paul Pierce big time , if he has the same desire to win he will be the next Pierce. I have bought the Fultz hype and would have drafted him but based on what I saw the last 3 years Tatum was always the best on the court better than Giles before he got hurt.Tatum can score and we need that. Jackson has crazy potential he could be Khawi Leonard with more offense, but I don’t think he has the attitude to reach his potential, he will be solid between a Leonard and Bosh type player a #2 star not the #1 star . I love Semi Ojeleye in round 2 he could be a JAe Crowder like talent . But I love Jordan Bell reminds me of a young Draymond Green . Not understanding the Kadeem Allen and Jabari Bird picks neither one of them impress me much in college I thought Bird had potential coming in but never really show that at Cal can anyone tell me if they think they have potential, The Celtic should’ve gone for the person with the highest upside and risk at that point.I am also curious who people I think the best pick in the second round was

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