Full 2012 NBA Draft Results: All 60 Picks

Heading into Thursday's NBA draft, only one thing was for sure. We knew New Orleans would select Anthony Davis, but between trade rumors and other speculation the other 59 picks were a toss up. The NBA draft didn't disappoint with plenty of wheeling and dealing and even a shocker pick or two. Below is the full list of all 60 players selected.

First round:

  1. New Orleans Hornets - Anthony Davis
  2. Charlotte Bobcats - Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
  3. Washington Wizards - Bradley Beal
  4. Cleveland Cavaliers - Dion Waiters
  5. Sacramento Kings - Thomas Robinson
  6. Portland Trail Blazers - Damian Lillard
  7. Golden State Warriors - Harrison Barnes
  8. Toronto Raptors - Terrence Ross
  9. Detroit Pistons - Andre Drummond
  10. New Orleans Hornets - Austin Rivers
  11. Portland Trail Blazers - Meyers Leonard
  12. Houston Rockets - Jeremy Lamb
  13. Phoenix Suns - Kendall Marshall
  14. Milwaukee Bucks - John Henson
  15. Philadelphia 76ers - Maurice Harkless
  16. Houston Rockets - Royce White
  17. Cleveland Cavaliers (Via Dallas) - Tyler Zeller
  18. Houston Rockets - Terrence Jones
  19. Orlando Magic - Andrew Nicholson
  20. Denver Nuggets - Evan Fournier
  21. Boston Celtics - Jared Sullinger
  22. Boston Celtics - Fab Melo
  23. Atlanta Hawks - John Jenkins
  24. Dallas Mavericks (Via Cleveland) - Jared Cunningham
  25. Memphis Grizzlies - Tony Wroten Jr.
  26. Indiana Pacers - Miles Plumlee
  27. Philadelphia 76ers (Via Miami) - Arnett Moultrie
  28. Oklahoma City Thunder - Perry Jones III
  29. Chicago Bulls - Marquis Teague
  30. Golden State Warriors - Festus Ezeli

Second round:

  1. Charlotte Bobcats - Jeff Taylor
  2. Washington Wizards - Tomas Satoransky
  3. Dallas Mavericks (Via Cleveland) - Bernard James
  4. Dallas Mavericks (Via Cleveland) - Jae Crowder
  5. Golden State Warriors - Draymond Green
  6. Indiana Pacers (Via Sacramento) - Orlando Johnson
  7. Toronto Raptors - Quincy Acy
  8. Denver Nuggets - Quincy Miller
  9. Detroit Pistons - Khris Middleton
  10. Portland Trail Blazers - Will Barton
  11. Brooklyn Nets (Via Portland) - Tyshawn Taylor
  12. Milwaukee Bucks - Doron Lamb
  13. Atlanta Hawks - Mike Scott
  14. Detroit Pistons - Kim English
  15. Miami Heat (Via Philadelphia) - Justin Hamilton
  16. New Orleans Hornets - Darius Miller
  17. Utah Jazz - Kevin Murphy
  18. New York Knicks - Kostas Papanikolaou
  19. Orlando Magic - Kyle O'Quinn
  20. Denver Nuggets - Izzet Turkyilmaz
  21. Boston Celtics - Kris Joseph
  22. Golden State Warriors - Ognjen Kuzmic
  23. Los Angeles Clippers - Furkan Aldemir
  24. Brooklyn Nets (Via Philadelphia) - Tornike Shengelia
  25. Los Angeles Lakers (Via Dallas) - Darius Johnson-Odom
  26. Toronto Raptors - Tomislav Zubcic
  27. Brooklyn Nets - Ilkan Karaman
  28. Minnesota Timberwolves - Robbie Hummel
  29. San Antonio Spurs - Marcus Denmon
  30. Los Angeles Lakers - Robert Sacre

In all, it was a usually wacky NBA draft. There were 10 picks swapped during the draft. Two players named Terrence were taken in the first round. Two players named Quincy were selected back-to-back in the second round and like to cap the night off Knicks fans in attendance left disappointed.

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