2019 NBA Draft Results

The 2019 NBA draft is now in the books, and we tracked all 60 picks in the space below.

Here are 2019’s NBA draft results:

First Round:

  1. New Orleans Pelicans: Zion Williamson, F (Duke) (story)
  2. Memphis Grizzlies: Ja Morant, G (Murray State) (story)
  3. New York Knicks: R.J. Barrett, F (Duke) (story)
  4. Atlanta Hawks (from Lakers via Pelicans): De’Andre Hunter, F (Virginia)
  5. Cleveland Cavaliers: Darius Garland, G (Vanderbilt)
  6. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Suns): Jarrett Culver, G (Texas Tech)
  7. Chicago Bulls: Coby White, G (UNC)
  8. New Orleans Pelicans (from Hawks): Jaxson Hayes, C (Texas)
  9. Washington Wizards: Rui Hachimura, F (Gonzaga)
  10. Atlanta Hawks (from Mavericks): Cam Reddish, F (Duke)
  11. Phoenix Suns (from Timberwolves): Cameron Johnson, F (UNC)
  12. Charlotte Hornets: PJ Washington, F (Kentucky)
  13. Miami Heat: Tyler Herro, G (Kentucky)
  14. Boston Celtics (from Kings): Romeo Langford, G/F (Indiana)
  15. Detroit Pistons: Sekou Doumbouya, F (Guinea)
  16. Orlando Magic: Chuma Okeke, F (Auburn)
  17. New Orleans Pelicans (from Nets via Hawks): Nickeil Alexander-Walker, G (Virginia Tech)
  18. Indiana Pacers: Goga Bitadze, C (Georgia)
  19. San Antonio Spurs: Luka Samanic, F (Croatia)
  20. Philadelphia 76ers (from Clippers via Celtics): Matisse Thybulle, F (Washington)
  21. Memphis Grizzlies (from Thunder): Brandon Clarke, F (Gonzaga)
  22. Boston Celtics: Grant Williams, F (Tennessee)
  23. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Jazz via Grizzlies): Darius Bazley, F (Princeton HS (OH))
  24. Phoenix Suns (from Sixers via Celtics): Ty Jerome, G (Virginia)
  25. Portland Trail Blazers: Nassir Little, F (UNC)
  26. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Rockets): Dylan Windler, F (Belmont)
  27. Los Angeles Clippers (from Nuggets via Nets): Mfiondu Kabengele, C (Florida State)
  28. Golden State Warriors: Jordan Poole, G (Michigan)
  29. San Antonio Spurs (from Raptors): Keldon Johnson, F (Kentucky)
  30. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Bucks via Pistons): Kevin Porter Jr., G (USC)

Second Round:

  1. Brooklyn Nets (from Knicks): Nicolas Claxton, C (University of Georgia)
  2. Miami Heat (from Suns via Pacers): KZ Okpala, F (Stanford)
  3. Boston Celtics (from Cavaliers via Sixers): Carsen Edwards, G (Purdue)
  4. Atlanta Hawks (from Bulls via Sixers): Bruno Fernando, C (Maryland)
  5. New Orleans Pelicans (from Hawks): Marcos Louzada Silva, G/F (Brazil)
  6. Charlotte Hornets (from Wizards): Cody Martin, F (Nevada)
  7. Detroit Pistons (from Mavericks): Deividas Sirvydis, G/F (Lithuania)
  8. Chicago Bulls (from Grizzlies): Daniel Gafford, C (Arkansas)
  9. Golden State Warriors (from Pelicans): Alen Smailagic, F/C (Serbia)
  10. Sacramento Kings (from Timberwolves): Justin James, G (Wyoming)
  11. Golden State Warriors (from Lakers via Hawks): Eric Paschall, F (Villanova)
  12. Washington Wizards (from Kings via Sixers): Admiral Schofield, F (Tennessee)
  13. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Heat): Jaylen Nowell, G (Washington)
  14. Denver Nuggets (from Hornets via Hawks and Heat): Bol Bol, C (Oregon)
  15. Dallas Mavericks (from Pistons): Isaiah Roby, F (Nebraska)
  16. Los Angeles Lakers (from Nets via Magic): Talen Horton-Tucker, F (Iowa State)
  17. New York Knicks (from Magic via Kings): Ignas Brazdeikis, F (Michigan)
  18. Los Angeles Clippers: Terance Mann, F (Florida State)
  19. San Antonio Spurs: Quinndary Weatherspoon, G (Mississippi State)
  20. Utah Jazz (from Pacers): Jarrell Brantley, F (Charleston)
  21. Boston Celtics: Tremont Waters, G (LSU)
  22. Charlotte Hornets (from Thunder): Jalen McDaniels, F (San Diego State)
  23. Utah Jazz: Justin Wright-Foreman, G (Hofstra)
  24. Philadelphia 76ers: Marial Shayok, G/F (Iowa State)
  25. Sacramento Kings (from Rockets via Knicks): Kyle Guy, G (Virginia)
  26. Brooklyn Nets (from Trail Blazers via Clippers): Jaylen Hands, G (UCLA)
  27. Detroit Pistons (from Nuggets via Pelicans and Hawks and Sixers): Jordan Bone, G (Tennessee)
  28. Utah Jazz (from Warriors): Miye Oni, G (Yale)
  29. Toronto Raptors: Dewan Hernandez, F/C (Miami)
  30. Sacramento Kings (from Bucks): Vanja Marinkovic, G (Serbia)
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54 thoughts on “2019 NBA Draft Results

      • stretch123

        Really disappointed my Heat didn’t get him but I’m okay with Herro, who seems like he can be a solid 15-20 ppg starting shooting guard.

    • hiflew

      The big surprise is that the 3 best players probably won’t be the exact 3 you are thinking of.

        • hiflew

          The top 3 picks in a draft are almost never the best 3 players from that draft. At least one will be a disappointment. It’s not a guarantee, but I can’t think of a draft where the best 3 were the top 3.

          • stretch123

            Ayton, Doncic and Bagley from last year were all pretty good. I feel like Zion and RJ will both be tier 1 superstars that can score and defend but I don’t think Morant will be that good defensively although I think he can be a 18-20 ppg guard and average 6 assists. Rui strikes me as a poor man’s Giannis and Darius Garland seems like he could be Dame 2.0.

            • hiflew

              True last year’s draft was definitely strong at the top, but I believe Trae Young will end up as one of the best 3, if not the best overall.

              I think Morant has biggest bust chance of the top 3. I’m not saying he will definitely be a bust, but I would surprised the least if he was. I wouldn’t count on Barrett either. I never trust a Knicks pick to fully work out.

              • stretch123

                Oh yeah for sure but the Young and Doncic will be the best in the long run from that draft. In terms of RJ Barrett, he’s got Fizdale as his head coach which is a positive but hopefully he can handle NY and Knicks don’t screw with his development.

            • hiflew

              According to Win Shares, (which I don’t like, but it’ll suffice here), the closest the top 3 picks ended up as the “best” 3 was in 1992 with Shaq, Mourning, and Laettner all being in the top 5 in WS. 1997 was strong too with the top 3 of Duncan, Van Horn, and Billups ending up in the top 6 of WS. But even with those, Laettner and Van Horn were both seen as disappointing pros.

              Last year’s draft is really too early to judge because the top picks usually get the most playing time in their first year. You really can’t truly judge a draft until 4-5 years down the road.

              • hiflew

                I stand corrected. I did find one draft where the top 3 ended up with the 3 highest Win Shares. 1982 with James Worthy, Terry Cummings, and Dominique Wilkins. Although they ended up the opposite with Nique the highest and Worthy third.

  1. just my opinion

    Will we here every other pick like Orlando’s b4 it’s broadcasted on tv to????

    • Luke Adams

      Some picks are being reported before they’re announced on the broadcast. As the intro here notes, we’ll be listing those picks here as soon as they’re reported, so if you want to be surprised, best to avoid this page.

  2. Richard Hangslow

    Anyone else notice nearly all of these kids have Dads in the picture?

      • No dude, some dads are long gone from their kids’ lives. Of course, a kid turning pro will pull many a deadbeat dad out of the weeds if it’s possible.

    • Thuggababyy

      Would hope my dad was there if I was at the draft even though we don’t have the best relationship lol

  3. PickleRiccck

    What’s going on with Bol Bol.? Thought he would be at least end of 1st round

    • hiflew

      Wouldn’t it be weird if he went to New Orleans at 39? The Pels getting both Zion and Bol would be potentially epic.

    • stretch123

      I don’t think Bol Bol gets past Miami at 44 but I could also see GSW taking him. Imagine a healthy productive Bol Bol plus the splash bros.

  4. nentwigs

    2019 NBA Draft HEADLINES:

    Bulls draft WHITE Guard at #7 !!
    Phoenix gets a 6-9 JOHNSON at #11 !!
    Miami drafts a team HERRO at #13 !!
    Pelicans to slow offense after drafting WALKER !!
    Portland gets LITTLE forward in round #1 !!
    Golden State goes to Michigan to get their POOLE !!
    Spurs are able to get a 6-6 JOHNSON at #
    Nuggets finally get a player who can really BOL !!
    At #48 Clippers get their MANN !!
    Celtics get LSU to part the WATERS at #51 !!
    Kings get their GUY at #55 !!
    Nets #56 pick known for HANDS !!
    At #57 Pistons find a BONE to pick !!

  5. Z-A

    Kind of annoyed with the Sixers’ draft. Yes Thybulle is a good pick, okay giving up 33. Why not take depth though? Seriously. Would have kept Fernando or drafted Paschall. Would have kept Schofield or drafted Bol Bol. Seriously. Kind of annoying.

    I get dumping Simmons’ guaranteed portion helps salary wise. I get acquiring some future picks. But the bench needed retooling for beyond this year. Even if you only hit on 1 of the 3 in the 2nd round it’s 1 more player you’ve got on your bench that you can actually play.

    • Jayphils

      Agreed, not sure what the thought was it seemed they could have filled a few areas of need on the bench. They need a back center and someone other than TJ running the second team.

      • Z-A

        Ponds didn’t get drafted though. Could be signed. Same with Jontay Porter. Both kind of shocking.

  6. victorg

    am I the only one shocked that the ROX and Morey did nothing at all I found it very strange and has me thinking maybe morey is trying to get tillman to fire him.

    • x%sure

      Well they had no picks to do anything with, and are focused on existing top players. But yes I would bet Morey is listening to offers himself.

  7. Louis King really should have stayed in college one more year.

    But a 6’9 mobile SF (freshman) who shot 38% from 3 point and did not get drafted…pretty crazy. Especially in today’s NBA.

    If I were an NBA GM, I would try and sign him and Taco Fall as soon as possible (low risk, high reward)

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