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Recapping the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery

Recapping the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery

From NBA.com:

As a result of the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery, the Boston Celtics will have the first overall pick in NBA Draft 2017 presented by State Farm, which will be held in Brooklyn at Barclays Center on Thursday, June 22, 2017. Below is the complete order of selection.

 

 

 

 

2017 First-Round Order

1. Boston (From Brooklyn)
2. Los Angeles Lakers
3. Philadelphia (from Sacramento)
4. Phoenix
5. Sacramento
(from Philadelphia)
6. Orlando
7. Minnesota
8. New York
9. Dallas
10. Sacramento
(From New Orleans)
11. Charlotte
12. Detroit
13. Denver
14. Miami

15. Portland
16. Chicago

17. Milwaukee
18. Indiana
19. Atlanta
20. Portland
 (From Memphis via Denver and Cleveland)
21. Oklahoma City
22. Brooklyn 
(From Washington)
23. Toronto (From LA Clippers via Milwaukee)
24. Utah
25. Orlando 
(From Toronto)
26. Portland (From Cleveland)
27. Brooklyn (From Boston)
28. Los Angeles Lakers (From Houston)
29. San Antonio
30. Utah
(From Golden State)

2017 Second-Round Order

31. Atlanta (From Brooklyn)
32. Phoenix
33. Orlando 
(From Los Angeles Lakers)
34. Sacramento (From Philadelphia via New Orleans)
35. Orlando
36. Philadelphia (From New York via Utah and Toronto)
37. Boston (From Minnesota via Phoenix)
38. Chicago (From Sacramento via Cleveland)
39. Philadelphia (From Dallas)
40. New Orleans
41. Charlotte
42. Utah 
(From Detroit)
43. Houston (From Denver)
44. New York (From Chicago)
45. Houston (From Portland)
46. Philadelphia (From Miami via Atlanta)
47. Indiana
48. Milwaukee
49. Denver 
(From Memphis via Oklahoma City)
50. Philadelphia (From Atlanta)
51. Denver (From Oklahoma City)
52. Washington
53. Boston 
(From Cleveland)
54. Phoenix (From Toronto)
55. Utah
56. Boston 
(From LA Clippers)
57. Brooklyn (From Boston)
58. New York (From Houston)
59. San Antonio
60. Atlanta 
(From Golden State via Philadelphia and Utah)

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