LIVE Draft 2022: all the picks, trades and rumors

At 2 a.m. Italian time, it will kick off from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on NBA Draft 2022, which will see 58 players turn pro and dream of a career in the world’s premier league. In the Brooklyn setting there will of course be not only calls from Adam Silver, but a multitude of rumors regarding possible trades. In recent days there have already been some trades involving even some of this Draft’s picks: Christian Wood’s move to Dallas and Jerami Grant’s move to Portland.

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3.56 TRADE: Minnesota trades Jake LaRavia (picked #19) to the Grizzlies. T’Wolves receive picks #22 and #29

3.55 With pick #19, the Minnesota Timberwolves select Jake LaRavia (F – Wake Forest)

3.48 With pick #18, the Chicago Bulls select Dalen Terry (G – Arizona)

3.41 With pick #17, the Houston Rockets select Tari Eason (F – LSU)

3.37 With pick #16, the Atlanta Hawks select AJ Griffin (G – Duke)

3.32 With pick #15, the Charlotte Hornets select Mark Williams (C – IMG Academy)

3.29 TRADE: The New York Knicks have traded Kemba Walker to the Pistons. Also involved in this trade are the Charlotte Hornets, who send Jalen Duren (chosen at #13) to Detroit and receive the Bucks’ first 2025 pick from the Pistons

3.28 With the #14 pick, the Cleveland Cavaliers select Ochai Agbaji (G – Kansas)

3.26 The Atlanta Hawks tried to trade John Collins and their first-round pick (#16) to move up in the draft, but found no positive response

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3.20 With pick #13, the Charlotte Hornets select Jalen Duren (C – Memphis)

3.13 With the #12 pick, the Oklahoma City Thunder select Jalen Williams (G – Santa Clara)

3.10 TRADE: The New York Knicks traded Ousmane Dieng, newly picked #11, to the Thunder in exchange for 2 future first-round picks

3.06 With the #11 pick, the New York Knicks select Ousmane Dieng (F – New Zealand Breakers)

3.00 Detroit Pistons let it be known they want to keep Ivey, rebuffed the onslaught of the Knicks who have the #11 pick

2.59 With the #10 pick, the Washington Wizards select Johnny Davis (G – Wisconsin)

2.54 With the #9 pick, the San Antonio Spurs select Jeremy Sochan (F – Baylor)

2.51 The New York Knicks have shown interest in Jaden Ivey and appear ready to set up a trade

2.47 With pick #8, the New Orleans Pelicans select Dyson Daniels (G – GLeague)

2.42 With the #7 pick, the Portland Trail Blazers select Shaedon Sharpe (G/F – Kentucky)

2.34 With pick #6 the Indiana Pacers choose Bennedict Mathurin (G/F – Arizona)

2.29 With the #5 pick, the Detroit Pistons select Jaden Ivey (G – Purdue)

2.25 With the #4 pick, the Sacramento Kings select Keegan Murray (F – Iowa)

2.23 Despite rumors that they were interested in giving up their pick, the Kings decided to keep it

2.19 With the #3 pick, the Houston Rockets select Jabari Smith Jr (F – Auburn)

2.14 With the #2 pick, the Oklahoma City Thunder select Chet Holmgren (F – Gonzaga)

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2.10 With the #1 pick, the Orlando Magic select Paolo Banchero (F – Duke)

2.04 Adam Silver began his keynote address

1.56 The Raptors are no longer interested in entering the Lottery. In the last few hours they had begun listening to offers for OG Anunoby.

1.48 Per Shams Charania (The Athletic), there is no chance that Irving will be included in any trade during the draft.

1.40 Odds rise for Banchero at No. 1: The Orlando Magic are seriously considering the player coming out of Duke.

1.30 the Philadelphia 76ers, as also reported in recent hours, are trying to bring in a third team to get Eric Gordon in a trade with the Rockets.

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