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2017 NBA Draft Lottery Results

Amanda Rico | PopWrapped Author

Amanda Rico

06/22/2017 8:17 pm
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2017 NBA Draft Lottery Results | 2017 NBA draft
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The Boston Celtics were lucky enough to come away with the No. 1 pick in the draft, but the team opted to trade the pick to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for the No. 3 pick and a future first rounder. This is the second year in a row that the Sixers have the No. 1 pick. Earlier this week, the Sixers announced that they planned to draft Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 pick and did so. As expected, the Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball with the No. 2 pick. How closely did the rest of the lottery align with mock drafts?

2017 NBA Draft Picks

  1. Philadelphia 76ers (from Boston): Markelle Fultz (PG/Washington)
  2. Los Angeles Lakers: Lonzo Ball (PG/UCLA)
  3. Boston Celtics (from Philadelphia): Jayson Tatum (SF/Duke)
  4. Phoenix Suns: Josh Jackson (SF/Kansas)
  5. Sacramento Kings (from Philadelphia): De’Aaron Fox (PG/Kentucky)
  6. Orlando Magic: Jonathan Isaac (SF/Florida State)
  7. Minnesota Timberwolves (proposed trade: rights to Chicago): Lauri Markkanen (PF/Arizona)
  8. New York Knicks: Frank Ntilikina (PG/France)
  9. Dallas Mavericks: Dennis Smith Jr. (PG/NC State)
  10. Sacramento Kings (proposed trade: rights to Portland): Zach Collins (PF/Gonzaga)
  11. Charlotte Hornets: Malik Monk (SG/Kentucky)
  12. Detroit Pistons: Luke Kennard (SG/Duke)
  13. Denver Nuggets (proposed trade: rights to Utah): Donovan Mitchell (SG/Louisville)
  14. Miami Heat: Bam Adebayo (PF/Kentucky)
  15. Portland Trailblazers (rights to Sacramento): Justin Jackson (SF/North Carolina)
  16. Chicago Bulls (rights to Minnesota): Justin Patton (C/Creighton)
  17. Milwaukee Bucks: D.J. Wilson (PF/Michigan)
  18. Indiana Pacers: T.J. Leaf (PF/UCLA)
  19. Atlanta Hawks: John Collins (PF/Wake Forest)
  20. Portland Trailblazers (rights to Sacramento): Harry Giles (C/Duke)
  21. Oklahoma City: Terrance Ferguson (SG/Australia)
  22. Brooklyn Nets: Jarrett Allen (C/Texas)
  23. Toronto Raptors: OG Anunoby (SF/Indiana)
  24. Utah Jazz (rights to Denver): Tyler Lydon (PF/Syracuse)
  25. Orlando Magic: Anzejs Pasecniks (C/Spain)
  26. Portland Trailblazers: Caleb Swanigan (PF/Purdue)
  27. Brooklyn Nets: Kyle Kuzma (PF/Utah)
  28. Los Angeles Lakers (rights to Utah): Tony Bradley (C/North Carolina)
  29. San Antonio Spurs: Derrick White (PF/Colorado)
  30. Utah Jazz (rights to Los Angeles Lakers): Josh Hart (SG/Villanova)
  31. New Orleans Pelicans: Frank Jackson (PG/Duke)
  32. Phoenix Suns: Davon Reed (SG/Miami)
  33. Orlando Magic: Wesley Iwundu (SF/Kansas State)
  34. Sacramento Kings: Frank Mason III (PG/Kansas)
  35. Memphis Grizzlies: Ivan Rabb (PF/California)
  36. Philadelphia 76ers: Jonah Bolden (PF/Australia)
  37. Boston Celtics: Semi Ojeleye (SF/SMU)
  38. Golden State Warriors: Jordan Bell (C/Oregon)
  39. Los Angeles Clippers: Jawun Evans (PG/OSU)
  40. Charlotte Hornets: Dwayne Bacon (SF/FSU)
  41. Atlanta Hawks: Tyler Dorsey (SG/Oregon)
  42. Los Angeles Lakers: Thomas Bryant (C/Indiana)
  43. Houston Rockets: Isaiah Hartenstein (C/Lithuania)
  44. New York Knicks: Damyean Dotson (SG/Oregon)
  45. Houston Rockets: Dillon Brooks (SF/Oregon)
  46. Milwaukee Bucks: Sterling Brown (SG/SMU)
  47. Indiana Pacers: Ike Anigbogu (C/UCLA)
  48. Los Angeles Clippers: Sindarius Thornwell (SG/South Carolina)
  49. Denver Nuggets: Vlatko Cancar (SF/Slovenia)
  50. Philadelphia 76ers: Mathias Lessort (PF/France)
  51. Denver Nuggets: Monte' Morris (PG/Iowa State)
  52. Indiana Pacers: Edmond Sumner (PG/Xavier)
  53. Boston Celtics: Kadeem Allen (SG/Arizona)
  54. Phoenix Suns:  Alec Peters (PF/Valparaiso)
  55. Utah Jazz: Nigel Williams-Goss (PG/Gonzaga)
  56. Boston Celtics:  Jabari Bird (SG/California)
  57. Brooklyn Nets: Aleksandar Vezenkov (PF/Spain)
  58. New York Knicks: Ognjen Jaramaz (PG/Serbia)
  59. San Antonio Spurs: Jaron Blossomgame (SF/Clemson)
  60. Atlanta Hawks: Alpha Kaba (PF/France)

A few proposed draft night trades shook things up a bit. The first involved Jimmy Butler being sent to Minnesota in exchange for their No. 7 pick going to Chicago. The second involved Sacramento trading their No. 10 pick to Portland for their No. 15 and No. 20 picks. Denver traded the No. 13 pick to Utah for the No. 24 pick and Trey Lyles.

The number of freshmen drafted in the first round dominated the 2017 NBA Draft night conversation. The top 7 picks were all freshmen, out of 11 selected in the lottery overall. And the NBA wants to raise the age minimum?  

How did your team fare? Did they select the player you wanted in the 2017 NBA draft? 

Updated to include the rest of the first and second round picks.


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