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Final 2019 NBA Draft results: Time, how to watch, betting odds, live stream

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The 2019 NBA Draft is finally complete. It’s been exactly one week since the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors to capture the 2019 championship, but the NBA world hasn’t had any time to sleep since then, especially with all of the trades on Thursday.

  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Location: Brooklyn, New York
  • Betting Odds: NBA Draft props
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Online streaming: WatchESPN

The Los Angeles Lakers finally got their guy, as the Purple and Gold reportedly acquired Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans. New Orleans now has the first and fourth overall pick in this year’s draft (which they traded to the Atlanta Hawks), solidifying their post-AD future.

ClutchPoints is here to keep you updated on the 2019 NBA Draft. The first three picks were Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, and RJ Barrett, as we all expected. The rest of the draft, though, has been filled with trades and surprising selections.

The next wave of NBA talent is here and it’s going to be exciting to see how these players mesh with their new teammates in the NBA.

Here are the final 2019 NBA Draft results:

First round results:

1. New Orleans Pelicans — Zion Williamson, Duke, SF (Full profile here)

2. Memphis Grizzlies — Ja Morant, Murray State, PG (Full profile here)

3. New York Knicks — RJ Barrett, Duke, SG (Full profile here)

4. Atlanta Hawks (from LA through New Orleans) — DeAndre Hunter, Virginia, F (Full profile here)

5. Cleveland Cavaliers — Darius Garland, Vanderbilt, PG (Full profile here)

6. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Phoenix) — Jarrett Culver, Texas Tech, SG (Full profile here)

7. Chicago Bulls — Cody White, North Carolina, PG (Full profile here)

8. New Orleans Pelicans (from Atlanta) — Jaxson Hayes, Texas, C (Full profile here)

9. Washington Wizards — Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga, F

10. Atlanta Hawks (from Dallas) — Cam Reddish, Duke, SF (Full profile here)

11. Phoenix Suns (from Minnesota) — Cam Johnson, North Carolina, SF

12. Charlotte Hornets — PJ Washington, Kentucky, PF

13. Miami Heat — Tyler Herro, Kentucky, SG

14. Boston Celtics (from Sacramento) — Romeo Langford, Indiana, SG/SF

15. Detroit Pistons — Sekou Doumbouya, Limoges CSP (France), SF

16. Orlando Magic — Chuma Okeke, Auburn, F

17. New Orleans Pelicans (from Brooklyn through Atlanta) — Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Virginia Tech, G

18. Indiana Pacers — Goga Bitadze, Budućnost (Montenegro), C

19. San Antonio Spurs — Luka Samanic, Petrol Olimpija (Slovenia), PF

20. Philadelphia 76ers (from LA Clippers through Boston) — Matisse Thybulle, Washington, SG

21. Memphis Grizzlies (from Oklahoma City) — Brandon Clarke, Gonzaga, F

22. Boston Celtics — Grant Williams, Tennessee, PF

23. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Utah through Memphis) — Darius Bazley, Princeton HS, F

24. Phoenix Suns (from Philadelphia through Boston) — Ty Jerome, Virginia, G

25. Portland Trail Blazers — Nassir Little, North Carolina, SF

26. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Houston) — Dylan Windler, Belmont, SG/SF

27. Los Angeles Clippers (from Denver through Brooklyn) — Mfiondu Kabengele, Florida State, PF

28. Golden State Warriors — Jordan Poole, Michigan, SG

29. San Antonio Spurs (from Toronto) — Keldon Johnson, Kentucky, SF

30. Cleveland Cavaliers (from Milwaukee through Detroit) — Kevin Porter Jr., USC, SG

Second round results:

31. Brooklyn Nets (from New York) — Nic Claxton, Georgia, F

32. Miami Heat (from Phoenix through Indiana) — KZ Okpala, Stanford, F

33. Boston Celtics (from Cleveland through Philadelphia) — Carsen Edwards, Purdue, PG

34. Atlanta Hawks (from Chicago through Philadelphia) — Bruno Fernando, Maryland, C

35. New Orleans Pelicans (from Atlanta) — Marcos Louzada Silva, Franca (Brazil), SG

36. Charlotte Hornets (from Washington) — Cody Martin, Nevada, SF

37. Detroit Pistons (from Dallas) — Deividas Sirvydis, Perlas (Lithuania), SG

38. Chicago Bulls (from Memphis) — Daniel Gafford, Arkansas, PF

39. Golden State Warriors (from New Orleans) — Alen Smailagic, Santa Cruz Warriors, PF

40. Sacramento Kings (from Minnesota) — Justin James, Wyoming, SG

41. Golden State Warriors (from Los Angeles through Atlanta) — Eric Paschall, Villanova, F

42. Washington Wizards (from Sacramento through Philadelphia) — Admiral Schofield, Tennessee, SF

43. Minnesota Timberwolves (from Miami) — Jaylen Nowell, Washington, G

44. Denver Nuggets (from Atlanta through Miami) — Bol Bol, Oregon, C (Full profile here)

45. Dallas Mavericks (from Detroit) — Isaiah Roby, Nebraska, PF

46. Los Angeles Lakers (from Brooklyn through Orlando) — Talen Horton-Tucker, Iowa State, SG

47. New York Knicks (from Orlando through Sacramento) — Ignas Brazdeikis, Michigan, SF

48. Los Angeles Clippers — Terance Mann, Florida State, SF

49. San Antonio Spurs — Quinndary Weatherspoon, Mississippi State, G

50. Utah Jazz (from Indiana) — Jarrell Brantley, College of Charleston, F

51. Boston Celtics — Tremont Waters, LSU, PG

52. Charlotte Hornets (from Oklahoma City) — Jalen McDaniels, San Diego State, PF

53. Utah Jazz — Justin Wright-Foreman, Hofstra, PG

54. Philadelphia 76ers — Marial Shayok, Iowa State, SF

55. Sacramento Kings (from Houston through New York) — Kyle Guy, Virginia, PG

56. Brooklyn Nets (from Portland through LA Clippers) — Jaylen Hands, UCLA, PG

57. Detroit Pistons (from New Orleans through Atlanta and Philadelphia) — J0rdan Bone, Tennessee, PG

58. Golden State Warriors — Miye Oni, Yale, SG

59. Toronto Raptors — Dewan Hernandez, Miami (FL), C

60. Sacramento Kings (from Milwaukee) — Vanja Marinkovic, Partizan Belgrade (Serbia), SG