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What is the 2020 NBA Draft order?

The 2020 NBA Draft has been rescheduled for Nov. 18, 2020.

Having won the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery, the Minnesota Timberwolves have the No. 1 pick in this year's draft. Following them are the Golden State Warriors at No. 2, Charlotte Hornets at No. 3, Chicago Bulls at No. 4 and Cleveland Cavaliers at No. 5.

Below, you'll find the full order of the 2020 NBA Draft.

2020 NBA Draft order

  1. Minnesota
  2. Golden State
  3. Charlotte
  4. Chicago
  5. Cleveland
  6. Atlanta
  7. Detroit
  8. New York
  9. Washington
  10. Phoenix
  11. San Antonio
  12. Sacramento
  13. New Orleans
  14. Boston (from Memphis)
  15. Orlando
  16. Portland
  17. Minnesota (from Brooklyn via Atlanta)
  18. Dallas
  19. Brooklyn (from Philadelphia via LA Clippers)
  20. Miami
  21. Philadelphia (from Oklahoma City via Orlando and Philadelphia)
  22. Denver (from Houston)
  23. Utah
  24. Milwaukee (from Indiana)
  25. Oklahoma City (from Denver)
  26. Boston
  27. New York (from LA Clippers)
  28. Los Angeles Lakers
  29. Toronto
  30. Boston (from Milwaukee via Phoenix)
  31. Dallas (from Golden State)
  32. Charlotte (from Cleveland via LA Clippers and Orlando)
  33. Minnesota
  34. Philadelphia (from Atlanta)
  35. Sacramento (from Detroit via Phoenix)
  36. Philadelphia (from New York)
  37. Washington (from Chicago)
  38. New York (from Charlotte)
  39. New Orleans (from Washington via Milwaukee)
  40. Memphis (from Phoenix)
  41. San Antonio
  42. New Orleans
  43. Sacramento
  44. Chicago (from Memphis)
  45. Orlando
  46. Portland
  47. Boston (from Brooklyn via Charlotte, Orlando and Philadelphia)
  48. Golden State (from Dallas via Philadelphia)
  49. Philadelphia
  50. Atlanta (from Miami via Sacramento, Cleveland and Boston)
  51. Golden State (from Utah via Dallas, Detroit and Cleveland)
  52. Sacramento (from Houston)
  53. Oklahoma City
  54. Indiana
  55. Brooklyn (from Denver)
  56. Charlotte (from Boston)
  57. LA Clippers
  58. Philadelphia (from Los Angeles Lakers via Orlando)
  59. Toronto
  60. New Orleans (from Milwaukee)

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