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Rudy Gobert headed to Jazz with No. 27 pick

Gobert will need time to develop, but he could become a presence in the paint for years to come in Utah.

Thunder trade up to No. 26, draft Roberson

The Thunder did some wheeling and dealing, and they ended up with Andre Roberson with the No. 26 pick.

Clips pick Reggie Bullock at No. 25

The Los Angeles Clippers got a player to spread the floor, drafting Reggie Bullock from North Carolina.

Knicks select Tim Hardaway Jr. at No. 24

Hardaway heads to the Big Apple as a possible replacement at shooting guard for J.R. Smith, who is now a free agent.

Pacers take Hill at No. 23

With uncertainly surrounding Danny Granger, the Pacers have drafted some wing help in the form of Solomon Hill.

Nets pick Mason Plumlee at No. 22

The Brooklyn Nets' first pick in the first draft hosted in the Barclays Center was Duke's Mason Plumlee, little brother of Indiana's Miles, although their night is dependent on what happens in a possible trade with the Boston Celtics.

Gorgui Dieng selected by Timberwolves at No. 21

Dieng heads to Minnesota looking to become a defensive stopper alongside Kevin Love.

Bulls draft Snell at No. 20

The Bulls needed some help on the wing, and they got it by drafting small forward Tony Snell.

Cavs select Sergey Karasev at No. 19

After taking Anthony Bennett first overall, Cleveland took gunner Sergey Karasev, who won a bronze medal with the Russian team in the 2012 Olympics, with the No. 19 pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Mavericks select Shane Larkin at No. 18

Larkin heads to a Mavericks team in transition and in need to young players to build around.

Hawks take Schroeder at No. 17

Jeff Teague is a restricted free agent, and the Hawks may have selected his replacement at No. 17 in German point guard Dennis Schroeder.

Hawks take Brazilian C Nogueira with No. 16

The Atlanta Hawks ended up with the Boston Celtics' pick via the Dallas Mavericks, and took Brazilian center Lucas Nogueira, a talented defender who they'll likely stash.

Bucks select Giannis Adetokunbo with No. 15 pick

Adetokunbo is still really raw as a prospect, but he could be a valuable piece for Milwaukee to build around down the road.

Wolves select Muhammad at No. 14

With the pick acquired in the Trey Burke trade, the Timberwolves have taken Shabazz Muhammad.

C's trade for No. 13, pick Kelly Olynyk

The Boston Celtics traded for the Dallas Mavericks' No. 13 pick, and they used it to take Gonzaga center Kelly Olynyk. It's an especially interesting selection as trade talks swirl around Kevin Garnett.

Steven Adams selected by Thunder with No. 12 pick

Adams heads to Oklahoma City to help solidify the paint alongside Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.

76ers take Carter-Williams at No. 11

The 76ers needed a point guard after trading away Jrue Holiday for Nerlens Noel, and they got one in Michael Carter-Williams with the No. 11 pick.

Blazers pick McCollum at No. 10

The Portland Trail Blazers will have an exciting young backcourt, as they look to pair Lehigh point guard C.J. McCollum with Damian Lillard.

Trey Burke selected by T-Wolves, traded to Jazz

Burke was selected by Minnesota with the ninth pick and then was quickly shipped to Utah.

Pistons select Caldwell-Pope with No. 8 pick

The Pistons could have taken local point guard Trey Burke, but instead opted for the smooth-shooting Kentavious Caldwell-Pope at No. 8.

Kings nab McLemore at No. 7

Ben McLemore fell to the Sacramento Kings, and they seized on the opportunity to draft the Kansas guard. There had been talk of the team trading up for McLemore, but there turned out to be no need as he was available at No. 7.

Nerlens Noel selected by Pelicans with No. 6 pick

Noel took a serious slide on draft night, before eventually being taken with the sixth pick. The New Orleans Pelicans immediately traded him and a 2014 first-rounder to the Philadelphia 76ers for Jrue Holiday.

Len goes to Suns at No. 5

The Suns had a chance at Nerlens Noel, but they instead opted to take Alex Len at No. 5.

Zeller goes 4th to the Bobcats

Cody Zeller is the second Indiana Hoosier off the board, going No. 4 to the Charlotte Bobcats, much higher than many expected. He follows his older brothers into the league.

Wizards select Otto Porter with No. 3 pick

Porter joins John Wall and Bradley Beal in Washington to form a dynamic core to build around for years to come.

Magic select Oladipo No. 2 overall

Despite Nerlens Noel still being on the board at No. 2, the Magic selected Indiana's Victor Oladipo.

Cavs surprise by taking UNLV's Bennett

A shocker with the No. 1 pick: The Cavs took Anthony Bennett out of UNLV, ending a secretive draft process from the Cavs.

Nuggets consider Spurs assistant Brett Brown

Will the Nuggets replace George Karl with a first-time NBA head coach from San Antonio?

Kidd in rare company

The Brooklyn Nets finalized a deal to bring on 19-year NBA veteran Jason Kidd as their head coach, but he's not the first NBA player to make that leap without a ton of previous experience.

NBA Draft workout tracker

A guide for who worked out for which NBA teams and when.

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