After months of speculation since the college basketball season reached its conclusion, the 2017 NBA Draft is finally here.
On Thursday night, the top prospects across the nation will learn where they will be calling home to begin their professional careers when the draft takes place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
There has already been some excitement leading up to this year’s draft, with the Philadelphia 76ers completing a trade with the Boston Celtics for the No. 1 pick.
Philadelphia is expected to take Washington star Markelle Fultz, before the fun really begins.
The Los Angeles Lakers are on the clock at No. 2, with many expecting the team to take local standout Lonzo Ball of UCLA. Ball refused to workout or interview with any team other than the Lakers, so we will have to see if his all-in approach with L.A. worked.
When is your favorite team set to make it’s selection on Thursday night?
The complete 2017 NBA Daft order can be seen below:
2017 NBA Draft Order
1. Philadelphia (from Boston via Sacramento)
2. Los Angeles Lakers
3. Boston (from Philadelphia via Brooklyn)
5. Sacramento (from Philadelphia)
8. New York
10. Sacramento (from New Orleans)
20. Portland (from Memphis via Denver and Cleveland)
21. Oklahoma City
22. Brooklyn (from Washington)
23. Toronto (from LA Clippers via Milwaukee)
25. Orlando (from Toronto)
26. Portland (from Cleveland)
27. Los Angeles Lakers (From Brooklyn, via Boston)
28. LA Lakers (from Houston)
29. San Antonio
30. Utah (from Golden State)
31. Charlotte (from Atlanta, via Brooklyn)
33. Orlando (from LA Lakers)
34. Sacramento (from Philadelphia via New Orleans)
36. Philadelphia (from New York via Utah and Toronto)
37. Boston (from Minnesota via Phoenix)
38. Chicago (from Sacramento via Cleveland)
39. Philadelphia (from Dallas)
40. New Orleans
41. Atlanta (from Charlotte)
42. Utah (from Detroit)
43. Houston (from Denver)
44. New York (from Chicago)
45. Houston (from Portland)
46. Philadelphia (from Miami via Atlanta)
49. Denver (from Memphis, via Oklahoma City)
50. Philadelphia (from Atlanta)
51. Denver (from Oklahoma City)
53. Boston (from Cleveland)
54. Phoenix (from Toronto)
56. Boston (from LA Clippers)
57. Brooklyn (from Boston)
58. New York (from Houston)
59. San Antonio
60. Atlanta (from Golden State via Philadelphia and Utah)
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