2022 NBA Draft Live Stream: How To Watch, Start Time, TV Channel, Latest Mock, Official Pick Order


2022 NBA Draft Live Stream: How To Watch, Start Time, TV Channel, Latest Mock, Official Pick Order


Last week, the interesting 2021-22 NBA season ended with the Golden State Warriors defeating the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals for their fourth championship in the last eight seasons. Now it’s time to turn our attention to next season and beyond, starting with Thursday’s 2022 NBA draft.

The draft offers no shortage of intriguing prospects, with players like Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith, Paolo Banchero and Jaden Ivey expected to give their names early on by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.

For the first time since 2004, the Orlando Magic have the top overall pick in the draft. In 2004, Orlando picked Dwight Howard with that top pick, and he’s had some serious success with the franchise. It will be interesting to see what the Magic do with the pick this time, as their decision will set the tone for the rest of the draft. After Orlando, the Oklahoma City Thunder is second overall, followed by the Houston Rockets, Sacramento Kings, and Detroit Pistons rounding out the top five.

Ahead of the big night, here’s a look at the viewing info and full draft order for the 2022 NBA draft.

Here’s how to watch the 2022 NBA draft

Date: Thursday 23 June | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Barclays Center—Brooklyn, New York
TV: ABC (first round), ESPN (first and second round)
Live broadcast: fuboTV (try for free) | Consequences: CBS sports headquarters

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2022 NBA draft order

First round
1. Orlando Magic
2. Thunder from Oklahoma City
3. Houston missiles
4. Kings of Sacramento
5. Detroit piston
6. Indiana Pacers
7. Portland Trailblazer
8. New Orleans Pelicans (from Los Angeles Lakers)
9.San Antonio Spurs
10. Washington Wizards
11.New York Knicks
12. Oklahoma City Thunder (by the Los Angeles Clippers)
13. Charlotte Hornet
14th Cleveland Cavaliers
15. Charlotte Hornets (from New Orleans)
16.Atlanta Hawks
17. Houston Rockets (from Brooklyn)
18.Chicago Bulls
19. Minnesota Timber Wolves
20. San Antonio Spurs (from Toronto)
21. Denver Nuggets
22. Memphis Grizzlies (from Utah)
23.Philadelphia 76ers
24. Milwaukee Bucks
25. San Antonio Spurs (from Boston)
26. Houston Rockets (from Dallas)
27. Miami Heat
28. Warrior of the Golden State
29. Memphis Grizzlies
30. Denver Nuggets (from Oklahoma City)

Second round
31. Indiana Pacers (from Houston via Cleveland)
32. Orlando Magic
33. Toronto Raptors (from Detroit to San Antonio, Washington and Chicago)
34. Thunder from Oklahoma City
35. Los Angeles Lakers (from Indiana to Milwaukee and Orlando)
36. Detroit Pistons (from Portland)
37. Kings of Sacramento
38. San Antonio Spurs (from LA Lakers via Chicago and Washington)
39th Cleveland Cavaliers (from San Antonio via Utah)
40. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Washington via Cleveland)
41. New Orleans Pelicans
42. New York Knicks
43.Los Angeles Clippers
44.Atlanta Hawks
45. Charlotte Hornets
46. ​​Portland Trail Blazers (Brooklyn via Detroit)
47. Memphis Grizzlies (from Cleveland to New Orleans and Atlanta)
48. Minnesota Timber Wolves
49th Cleveland Cavaliers (from Chicago via Memphis, Detroit and Sacramento)
50. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Denver via Philadelphia)
51. Golden State Warriors (Toronto via Philadelphia)
52. New Orleans Pelicans (from Utah)
53. Boston Celtics
– Milwaukee Bucks (lapsed)
– Miami Heat (from Philadelphia via Denver; forfeited by Miami)
54. Washington Wizards (from Dallas)
55. Warrior of the Golden State
56th Cleveland Cavaliers (from Miami via Indiana)
57. Portland Trail Blazers (from Memphis via Utah)
58. Indiana Pacers (by Phoenix)

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