2018 NBA Draft: Full order of picks for both rounds

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The Suns have the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, which will be held Thursday night in Brooklyn. Phoenix won the lottery after a 21-61 season and will have the chance to pick a stud prospect to join Devin Booker, Josh Jackson and Dragan Bender as potential foundational pieces in the desert.

Arizona center DeAndre Ayton, Slovenian guard Luka Doncic, Duke big man Marvin Bagley III and Missouri swingman Michael Porter are among the draft’s top players. Ayton is widely considered the favorite to be the Suns’ pick.

The draft includes two rounds that feature 30 picks apiece. The first 13 picks in the first round were determined by the lottery. The remaining draft order is determined by reverse order of the previous season’s standings.

Here’s the full order of selections for this year’s NBA Draft.

2018 NBA Draft order

Round 1

  1. Suns
  2. Kings
  3. Hawks
  4. Grizzlies
  5. Mavericks
  6. Magic
  7. BULLS
  8. Cavaliers (from Nets via Celtics)
  9. Knicks
  10. 76ers (from Lakers via Suns)
  11. Hornets
  12. Clippers (from Pistons)
  13. Clippers
  14. Nuggets
  15. Wizards
  16. Suns (from Heat)
  17. Bucks
  18. Spurs
  19. Hawks
  20. Timberwolves
  21. Jazz
  22. Bulls
  23. Pacers
  24. Trail Blazers
  25. Lakers (from Cavs via Blazers)
  26. 76ers
  27. Celtics
  28. Warriors
  29. Nets (from Raptors)
  30. Hawks (from Rockets via Clippers)

Round 2

31. Suns

32. Grizzlies

33. Hawks

34. Mavericks

35. Magic

36. Kings

37. Knicks (from BULLS via Thunder)

38. 76ers (from Nets)

39. 76ers (from Knicks)

40. Nets (from Lakers via Magic and Raptors)

41. Magic (from Hornets via Grizzlies and Suns)

42. Pistons

43. Nuggets (from Clippers via Knicks)

44. Wizards

45. Nets (from Bucks)

46. Rockets (from Heat via Grizzlies)

47. 76ers (from Lakers via Nuggets, Jazz and Bulls)

48. Timberwolves

49. Spurs

50. Pacers

51. Pelicans (from Bulls via Heat and Pelicans)

52. Jazz

53. Thunder

54. Mavericks (from Trail Blazers via Nuggets)

55. Hornets

56. 76ers

57. Thunder (via Celtics)

58. Nuggets (via Warriors)

59. Suns (via Raptors)

60. 76ers (via Rockets)

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