NBA Draft 2020: Complete results, list of selections from Rounds 1 and 2

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NBA Draft 2020

NBA Draft 2020: Shortly after hearing news of Klay Thompson’s leg injury, the Warriors decided to stick with the 2020 NBA draft second choice to pick James Wiseman.

The move, which Anthony Edwards first followed against the Timberwolves, could be seen as a pivotal decision on Wednesday night. With the Golden State fighting to maintain its future while remaining a serious contender for the Western Conference, Wiseman will be producing almost immediately. A serious injury to Thompson would further increase the pressure on Wiseman to surrender. NBA

The Hornets took LaMelo Ball in 3rd place, perhaps surprised that the guard was approaching.

Other notable options were Deni Avdija, who fell in love with the magicians at number 9, and Tyrese Haliburton, who fell into the hands of kings at number 1. 12 and RJ Hampton fall to number 24 on the nuggets.

Sporting News has looked at all the selections from the 2020 NBA draft and has updated the results in real-time. Here are all the options.

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NBA Draft 2020

R1 TEAM SELECTION R2 TEAM SELECTION
1 Minnesota Anthony Edwards, SG, Georgia 31 Dallas Tyrell Terry, PG, Stanford
2 Golden State James Wiseman C, Memphis 32 Charlotte Vernon Carey Jr., C, Duke
3 Charlotte LaMelo Ball, PG, USA 33 Minnesota Daniel Oturu, C, Minnesota
4 Chicago Patrick Williams SF, Florida St. 34 Philadelphia* Theo Maledon, PG, France
5 Cleveland Isaac Okoro SF, Auburn 35 Sacramento Xavier Tillman, PF, Michigan St.
6 Atlanta Onyeka Okongwu C, USC 36 Philadelphia* Tyler Bey, SG, Colorado
7 Detroit Killian Hayes, PG, France 37 Washington* Vit Krejci, PG, Czech Rep.
8 New York Obi Toppin, PF, Dayton 38 Utah* Saben Lee, SG, Vanderbilt
9 Washington Deni Avdija, SF, Israel 39 New Orleans* Elijah Hughes, SF, Syracuse
10 Phoenix Jalen Smith, C, Maryland 40 Memphis* Robert Woodard II, SG, Miss. State
11 San Antonio Devin Vassell, SF, Florida St. 41 San Antonio Tre Jones, PG, Duke
12 Sacramento Tyrese Haliburton, PG, Iowa St. 42 New Orleans* Nick Richards, C, Kentucky
13 New Orleans Kira Lewis Jr., PG, Alabama 43 Sacramento Jahmi’us Ramsey, SG, Texas Tech
14 Boston Aaron Nesmith, SF, Vanderbilt 44 Chicago Marko Simonovic, PF, Serbia
15 Orlando Cole Anthony, PG, UNC 45 Milwaukee Jordan Nwora, SF, Louisville
16 Portland* Isaiah Stewart, C, Washington 46 Portland CJ Elleby, SF, Washington St.
17 Minnesota* Aleksej Pokusevski, C, Serbia 47 Boston Yam Madar, PG, Israel
18 Dallas Josh Green, SG, Arizona 48 Golden State Nico Mannion, PG, Arizona
19 Brooklyn* Saddiq Bey, SF, Villanova 49 Philadelphia Isaiah Joe, SG, Arkansas
20 Miami Precious Achiuwa, PF, Memphis 50 Atlanta Skylar Mays, SG, LSU
21 Philadelphia Tyrese Maxey, SG, Kentucky 51 Golden State Justinian Jessup, SG, Boise St.
22 Denver Zeke Nnaji, C, Arizona 52 Sacramento* Kenyon Martin Jr., SF, IMG Academy
23 New York Leandro Bolmaro, SF, Argentina 53 Oklahoma City* Cassius Winston, SG, Michigan St.
24 Milwaukee* R.J. Hampton, SG, USA 54 Indiana Cassius Stanley, SG, Duke
25 Oklahoma City* Immanuel Quickley, SG, Kentucky 55 Brooklyn* Jay Scrubb, SF, John A. Logan College
26 Boston Payton Pritchard, PG, Oregon 56 Charlotte Grant Riller, PG, Charleston
27 Utah Udoka Azubuike, C, Kansas 57 L.A. Clippers* Reggie Perry, PF, Miss. State
28 L.A. Lakers* Jaden McDaniels, PF, Washington 58 Philadelphia Paul Reed, PF, DePaul
29 Toronto Malachi Flynn, PG, San Diego St 59 Toronto Jalen Harris, SF, Nevada
30 Boston* Desmond Bane, SF, TCU 60 New Orleans Sam Merrill, SG, Utah St.

 

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