2022 NBA Draft Full Results: Complete First-Round And Second-Round Selections

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The 2022 NBA Draft is now over, and there's no doubt that there will be a lot of new names in the league next season. 58 players have been selected, and perhaps we'll see a good number of them manage to stay in the league.

Below, we have compiled the final results of the 2022 NBA Draft, featuring both the first and second rounds. This list is the most up-to-date list of prospects and which team they will be suiting up for, including any trades as of the time of writing.

First Round Selections

1. Orlando Magic: PF Paolo Banchero, Duke

2. Oklahoma City Thunder: C Chet Holmgren, Gonzaga

3. Houston Rockets: PF Jabari Smith, Auburn

4. Sacramento Kings: PF Keegan Murray, Iowa

5. Detroit Pistons: SG Jaden Ivey, Purdue

6. Indiana Pacers: SG Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona

7. Portland Trail Blazers: SG Shaedon Sharpe, Kentucky

8. New Orleans Pelicans: SG Dyson Daniels, G League

9. San Antonio Spurs: SF Jeremy Sochan, Baylor

10. Washington Wizards: SF Johnny Davis, Wisconsin

11. Oklahoma City Thunder: SF Ousmane Dieng, France

12. Oklahoma City Thunder: SF Jalen Williams, Santa Clara

13. Detroit Pistons: C Jalen Duren, Memphis

14. Cleveland Cavaliers: SF Ochai Agbaji, Kansas

15. Charlotte Hornets: C Mark Williams, Duke

16. Atlanta Hawks: SF AJ Griffin, Duke

17. Houston Rockets: PF Tari Eason, LSU

18. Chicago Bulls: SF Dalen Terry, Arizona

19. Memphis Grizzlies: PF Jake LaRavia, Wake Forest

20. San Antonio Spurs: SF Malaki Branham, Ohio State

21. Denver Nuggets: SF Christian Braun, Kansas

22. Minnesota Timberwolves: C Walker Kessler, Auburn

23. Memphis Grizzlies: SG David Roddy, Colorado State

24. Milwaukee Bucks: SF MarJon Beauchamp, G League

25. San Antonio Spurs: SG Blake Wesley, Notre Dame

26. Minnesota Timberwolves: SF Wendell Moore, Duke

27. Miami Heat: SF Nikola Jovic, Serbia

28. Golden State Warriors: PF Patrick Baldwin Jr., Milwaukee

29. Houston Rockets: PG TyTy Washington Jr., Kentucky

30. Denver Nuggets: SF Peyton Watson, UCLA

Second-Round Prospects

31. Indiana Pacers: PG Andrew Nembhard, Gonzaga

32. Orlando Magic: SG Caleb Houstan, Michigan

33. Toronto Raptors: C Christian Koloko, Arizona

34. Oklahoma City Thunder: PF Jaylin Williams, Arkansas

35. Los Angeles Lakers: SG Max Christie, Michigan State

36. Detroit Pistons: SF Gabriele Procida, Italy

37. Dallas Mavericks: PG Jaden Hardy, G League

38. Memphis Grizzlies: PG Kennedy Chandler, Tennessee

39. Cleveland Cavaliers: C Khalifa Diop, Senegal

40. Charlotte Hornets: SF Bryce McGowens, Nebraska

41. New Orleans Pelicans: PF E.J. Liddell, Ohio State

42. New York Knicks: PG Trevor Keels, Duke

43. Los Angeles Clippers: PF Moussa Diabate, Michigan

44. Golden State Warriors: SG Ryan Rollins, Toledo

45. Minnesota Timberwolves: PF Josh Minott, Memphis

46. Denver Nuggets: C Ismael Kamagate, France

47. Memphis Grizzlies: SG Vince Williams, VCU

48. Indiana Pacers: SF Kendall Brown, Baylor

49. Cleveland Cavaliers: PF Isaiah Mobley, USC

50. Minnesota Timberwolves: PG Matteo Spagnolo, Italy

51. Atlanta Hawks: SG Tyrese Martin, Connecticut

52. New Orleans Pelicans: C Karlo Matkovic, Serbia

53. Boston Celtics: PG J.D. Davison, Alabama

54. Washington Wizards: C Yannick Nzosa, Congo

55. Golden State Warriors: SF Gui Santos, Brazil

56. Cleveland Cavaliers: SF Luke Travers, Australia

57. Portland Trail Blazers: SF Jabari Walker, Colorado

58. Milwaukee Bucks: PG Hugo Besson, France

There were a good amount of intriguing prospects this year. Most players in this draft won't become stars, but there's a good amount of prospects that will likely become solid role players in both rounds.

We'll see how well this class is viewed in the future. Even though many viewed this as a weak class, we never truly know how good it is until the players have a chance to prove themselves in the NBA. Hopefully, we see all of these prospects prosper on their new franchises.