Full 2018 NBA Draft Order

Now that the NBA’s draft lottery results are in, the full 2018 draft order has been set.

We’ll likely see some of these picks change hands on June 21, or in the days leading up to draft night — we’ll be sure to update the list below if and when picks are traded.

Here’s the full 2018 NBA draft order:

First Round:

  1. Phoenix Suns
  2. Sacramento Kings
  3. Atlanta Hawks
  4. Memphis Grizzlies
  5. Dallas Mavericks
  6. Orlando Magic
  7. Chicago Bulls
  8. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Nets)
  9. New York Knicks
  10. Philadelphia 76ers (from Lakers)
  11. Charlotte Hornets
  12. Los Angeles Clippers (from Pistons)
  13. Los Angeles Clippers
  14. Denver Nuggets
  15. Washington Wizards
  16. Phoenix Suns (from Heat)
  17. Milwaukee Bucks
  18. San Antonio Spurs
  19. Atlanta Hawks (from Timberwolves)
  20. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Thunder)
  21. Utah Jazz
  22. Chicago Bulls (from Pelicans)
  23. Indiana Pacers
  24. Portland Trail Blazers
  25. Los Angeles Lakers (from Cavaliers)
  26. Philadelphia 76ers
  27. Boston Celtics
  28. Golden State Warriors
  29. Brooklyn Nets (from Raptors)
  30. Atlanta Hawks (from Rockets)

Second Round:

  1. Phoenix Suns
  2. Memphis Grizzlies
  3. Dallas Mavericks
  4. Atlanta Hawks
  5. Orlando Magic
  6. New York Knicks (from Bulls)
  7. Sacramento Kings
  8. Philadelphia 76ers (from Nets)
  9. Los Angeles Lakers (from Knicks via Sixers)
  10. Brooklyn Nets (from Lakers)
  11. Orlando Magic (from Hornets)
  12. Detroit Pistons
  13. Denver Nuggets (from Clippers)
  14. Washington Wizards
  15. Charlotte Hornets (from Bucks via Nets)
  16. Houston Rockets (from Heat)
  17. Los Angeles Lakers (from Nuggets)
  18. Minnesota Timberwolves
  19. San Antonio Spurs
  20. Indiana Pacers
  21. New Orleans Pelicans
  22. Utah Jazz
  23. Oklahoma City Thunder
  24. Dallas Mavericks (from Trail Blazers)
  25. Charlotte Hornets (from Cavaliers)
  26. Philadelphia 76ers
  27. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Celtics)
  28. Denver Nuggets (from Warriors)
  29. Phoenix Suns (from Raptors)
  30. Philadelphia 76ers (from Rockets)
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9 thoughts on “Full 2018 NBA Draft Order

  1. Dionis

    So I guess Doncic plays the 3 in Sacramento?


    • Itrainsontuesday

      Makes sense. If Ayton falls I could see Cauley-Stein getting moved mid season

  2. Z-A

    1. Ayton Phx
    2. Doncic lol Vlades boy Sac
    3. Bagley Atl
    4. Porter Jr. Mem
    5. Bamba Dal
    6. Young Orl
    7. Jackson Jr. Chi
    8. Carter Cle
    9. Mikal Bridges NY
    10. Miles Bridges Phl
    11. Sexton Cha
    12. SGA LAC
    13. Williams LAC
    14. Knox Den

    • Pretty close to mine. I have Porter at 7, Jackson at 4 – Porter never looked right/100% when he returned. Concern there.

      I had Sexton going to Cleveland – Thompson, Love, Nance plus James if small ball crowds the area with Carter and they desperately need a PG. Sexton fills that need.

      • x%sure

        I hope Cavs take Alexander. SGA can handle Sexton more than Sexton can handle Alexander.

        Carter would be a good choice too.
        Unless Porter is available, James staying or leaving doesn’t really enter into it.

  3. x%sure

    Bagley, Collins and Prince will be a dynamic front line for years in Atlanta. Three straight #1s. Good mgmt.

    • x%sure

      Well, if they take Bagley like I think they should. Could go defense, take JJJ, or Porter for offense.
      Counting chickens lol

  4. Yeah, not bad with Prince, Bagley & Collins, atheltic guys that can shoot, would be nice to start seeing some bigger line ups, maybe this draft loaded with bigs will help to change from all the small ball line ups.


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