Complete 2021 NBA Draft Order and top prospects

What’s the NBA Draft order this year and where will teams be picking to try and selects one of the top NBA Draft prospects 2021?

The 2021 NBA Draft is just about ready to send a new wave of talent into the league. The players have waited long enough. The teams have their boards put together.

The only thing left to do is make the picks.

Teams will get their choice of young stars on July 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Who will pick when? What picks have changed hands in the various trades that have been made over the years? Who are the best young prospects that teams will be vying to add as part of its future?

Here’s everything you need to know.

NBA Draft projections: Draft order, top prospects and more

NBA Draft Order: Round 1

1. Detroit Pistons
2. Houston Rockets
3. Cleveland Cavaliers
4. Toronto Raptors
5. Orlando Magic
6. Oklahoma City Thunder
7. Golden State Warriors (from Minnesota)
8. Orlando Magic (from Chicago)
9. Sacramento Kings
10. New Orleans Pelicans
11. Charlotte Hornets
12. San Antonio Spurs
13. Indiana Pacers
14. Golden State Warriors
15. Washington Wizards
16. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Boston)
17. Memphis Grizzlies
18. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Miami via the LA Clippers, Philadelphia, and Phoenix)
19. New York Knicks
20. Atlanta Hawks
21. New York Knicks (from Dallas)
22. Los Angeles Lakers
23. Houston Rockets (from Portland)
24. Houston Rockets (from Milwaukee)
25. Los Angeles Clippers
26. Denver Nuggets
27. Brooklyn Nets
28. Philadelphia 76ers
29. Phoenix Suns
30. Utah Jazz

NBA Draft Order: Round 2

31. Milwaukee Bucks (from Houston)
32. New York Knicks (from Detroit via the LA Clippers and Philadelphia)
33. Orlando Magic
34. Oklahoma City Thunder
35. New Orleans Pelicans (from Cleveland via Atlanta)
36. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Minnesota via Golden State)
37. Detroit Pistons (from Toronto via Brooklyn)
38. Chicago Bulls (from New Orleans)**
39. Sacramento Kings
40. New Orleans Pelicans (from Chicago)**
41. San Antonio Spurs
42. Detroit Pistons (from Charlotte via New York)
43. New Orleans Pelicans (from Washington via Milwaukee, Cleveland, and Utah)
44. Brooklyn Nets (from Indiana)
45. Boston Celtics
46. Toronto Raptors (from Memphis via Sacramento)
47. Toronto Raptors (from Golden State via Utah and New Orleans)
48. Atlanta Hawks (from Miami via Sacramento and Portland)
49. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta)
50. Philadelphia 76ers (from New York)
51. Memphis Grizzlies (from Portland via Dallas, Detroit, and Cleveland)
52. Detroit Pistons (from Los Angeles Lakers via Sacramento, Houston, and Detroit)
53. New Orleans Pelicans (from Dallas)
54. Indiana Pacers (from Milwaukee via Houston and Cleveland)
55. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Denver via Golden State and Philadelphia)
56. Charlotte Hornets (from LA Clippers)
57. Charlotte Hornets (from Brooklyn)
58. New York Knicks (from Philadelphia)
59. Brooklyn Nets (from Phoenix)
60. Indiana Pacers (from Utah)

Top NBA Draft prospects 2021

Who are the top NBA Draft prospects 2021? Here’s a look at some of the best players in the country that the teams listed above will have the chance to add as pieces of the future.

  • Cade Cunningham, G, Oklahoma State
  • Jalen Green, SG, G-League
  • Jalen Suggs, PG, Gonzaga
  • Evan Mobley, PF/C, USC
  • Jonathan Kuminga, SF/PF, G-League
  • Scottie Barnes, SF/PF, Florida State
  • Moses Moody, SG, Arkansas
  • Keon Johnson, SG/SF, Tennessee
  • James Bouknight, SG, UConn
  • Davion Mitchell, PG, Baylor
  • Corey Kispert, SG/SF, Gonzaga
  • Franz Wagner, SF/PF, Michigan
  • Ziaire Williams, SG/SF, Stanford

When all is said and done, 60 new NBA players will be selected as the offseason gets going.

It all comes down to which team made the right evaluation and identified the right talent for them.

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