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June 24, 2010

2010 NBA Draft

2010 NBA Draft order


Posted May 11 2010 1:38PM

Complete list of draft picks for the 2010 NBA Draft following the May 18 Draft Lottery:


  Round 1
No.             Team
1.     Washington
2.    Philadelphia
3.    New Jersey
4.    Minnesota
5.    Sacramento
6.    Golden State
7.    Detroit
8.    L.A. Clippers
9.    Utah (From New York via Phoenix)
10.    Indiana
11.    New Orleans
12.    Memphis
13.    Toronto
14.    Houston
15.    Milwaukee (From Chicago)
16.    Minnesota (From Denver via Charlotte)
17.    Chicago (From Milwaukee)
18.    Miami
19.    Boston
20.    San Antonio
21.    Oklahoma City
22.    Portland
23.    Minnesota (From Philadelphia via Utah)
24.    Atlanta
25.    Memphis (From Denver)
26.    Oklahoma City (From Phoenix)
27.    New Jersey (From Dallas)
28.    Memphis (From L.A. Lakers)
29.    Orlando
30.    Washington (From Cleveland)
  Round 2
31.    New Jersey
32.    Oklahoma City (From Minnesota)
33.    Sacramento
34.    Golden State
35.    Washington
36.    Detroit
37.    Milwaukee (From Philadelphia)
38.    New York
39.    New York (From Denver via L.A. Clippers)
40.    Indiana
41.    Miami (From New Orleans)
42.    Miami (From Toronto)
43.    L.A. Lakers (From Memphis)
44.    Portland (From Chicago)
45.    Minnesota (From Houston)
46.    Phoenix (From Charlotte)
47.    Milwaukee
48.    Miami
49.    San Antonio
50.    Dallas (From Oklahoma City)
51.    Oklahoma City (From Dallas and Minnesota via Portland)
52.    Boston
53.    Atlanta
54.    L.A. Clippers (From Denver)
55.    Utah
56.    Minnesota (From Phoenix)
57.    Dallas (pick may be conveyed to Indiana)
58.    L.A. Lakers
59.    Orlando
60.    Phoenix (From Cleveland)
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