NBA Draft 2023

The NBA Draft 2023 was held in Brooklyn city of New York State on the date of June 22, 2023. The San Antonio Spurs had the first overall pick and selected Victor Wembanyama, a 7-foot-3 French center from Metropolitans 92.

The top five picked players in the NBA Draft 2023 are listed as follows:

  1. Victor Wembanyama – San Antonio Spurs
  2. Chet Holmgren – Oklahoma City Thunder
  3. Jabari Smith Jr. – Houston Rockets
  4. Paolo Banchero – Orlando Magic
  5. Jaden Ivey – Detroit Pistons

Other notable players who were drafted in the first round include:

  • Dyson Daniels – New Orleans Pelicans
  • Benedict Mathurin – Indiana Pacers
  • AJ Griffin – Atlanta Hawks
  • Jalen Duren – Charlotte Hornets
  • Keegan Murray – Sacramento Kings
  • Christian Koloko – Phoenix Suns
  • Tari Eason – Houston Rockets
  • Jeremy Sochan – San Antonio Spurs

The NBA Draft 2023 is considered one of the most profound drafts in recent years, with a number of famous and potential players on every team. Now all the NBA fans will be interested to witness how these drafted players will develop and will contribute to their respective teams in the coming years.

List of Picked Players in Both Rounds

And, here is the list of all the picked players for the NBA Draft 2023 in both rounds:

1st Round

  1. Jabari Smith Jr., PF, Auburn (Orlando Magic)
  2. Chet Holmgren, C, Gonzaga (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  3. Paolo Banchero, PF, Duke (Houston Rockets)
  4. Keegan Murray, PF, Iowa (Sacramento Kings)
  5. Jaden Ivey, PG, Purdue (Indiana Pacers)
  6. Benedict Mathurin, SG, Arizona (Phoenix Suns)
  7. Shaedon Sharpe, SG, Kentucky (Portland Trail Blazers)
  8. Dyson Daniels, SG, G League Ignite (New Orleans Pelicans)
  9. Johnny Davis, SG, Wisconsin (Washington Wizards)
  10. Jalen Duren, C, Memphis (Detroit Pistons)
  11. Mark Williams, C, Duke (Charlotte Hornets)
  12. Jeremy Sochan, SF, Baylor (San Antonio Spurs)
  13. AJ Griffin, SF, Duke (New York Knicks)
  14. Tari Eason, PF, LSU (Los Angeles Clippers)
  15. Caleb Houstan, SF, Michigan (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  16. Keyonte George, SG, Baylor (Utah Jazz)
  17. Jalen Williams, SG, Santa Clara (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  18. Christian Koloko, C, Arizona (Phoenix Suns)
  19. Ousmane Dieng, SF, New Zealand Breakers (Memphis Grizzlies)
  20. Dalen Terry, SG, Arizona (Chicago Bulls)
  21. MarJon Beauchamp, SG, G League Ignite (Dallas Mavericks)
  22. Blake Wesley, SG, Notre Dame (San Antonio Spurs)
  23. Patrick Baldwin Jr., SF, Milwaukee (Golden State Warriors)
  24. Keon Johnson, SG, Portland (New York Knicks)
  25. David Roddy, PF, Colorado State (Philadelphia 76ers)
  26. Ben Sheppard, SG, Belmont (Indiana Pacers)
  27. Tyrese Martin, SG, UConn (Milwaukee Bucks)
  28. EJ Liddell, PF, Ohio State (Cleveland Cavaliers)
  29. Kennedy Chandler, PG, Tennessee (Memphis Grizzlies)
  30. Hugo Besson, SG, New Zealand Breakers (Atlanta Hawks)

2nd Round

  1. Khalifa Diop, C, LSU (Orlando Magic)
  2. Christian Braun, SG, Kansas (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  3. Gabriele Procida, SF, Fortitudo Bologna (Portland Trail Blazers)
  4. Ryan Rollins, SG, Toledo (Indiana Pacers)
  5. Justin Lewis, PF, Marquette (Sacramento Kings)
  6. Michael Foster Jr., PF, G League Ignite (San Antonio Spurs)
  7. Dominic Barlow, PF, Overtime Elite (Washington Wizards)
  8. Jaden Hardy, SG, G League Ignite (Detroit Pistons)
  9. Andrew Nembhard, PG, TCU (Charlotte Hornets)
  10. Josh Minott, PF, Memphis (New York Knicks)
  11. Yannick Nzosa, C, Malaga (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  12. A.J. Lawson, SG, Memphis (Memphis Grizzlies)
  13. Tyrese Hunter, PG, Iowa State (New Orleans Pelicans)
  14. Max Christie, SG, Michigan State (Los Angeles Clippers)
  15. Caleb Homesley, SG, Utah Valley (Utah Jazz)
  16. Alondes Williams, PG, Wake Forest (Oklahoma City Thunder)
  17. Bryce McGowens, SG, Nebraska (New York Knicks)
  18. Ismael Kamagate, C, Paris Basketball (Phoenix Suns)
  19. Karlo Matkovic, PF, Mega Bemax (San Antonio Spurs)
  20. Gabriele DiVincenzo, SG, Villanova (Golden State Warriors)
  21. Kendall Brown, SF, Baylor (Dallas Mavericks)
  22. David Johnson, SG, Arizona (Philadelphia 76ers)
  23. Caleb Houstan, SF, Michigan (Indiana Pacers)
  24. Marcus Bagley, PF, Arizona State (Miami Heat)
  25. Jean Montero, PG, Overtime Elite (Boston Celtics)
  26. Christian Koloko, C, Arizona (Washington Wizards)
  27. Sean Duruisseau, SG, LSU (Memphis Grizzlies)
  28. Michael Foster Jr., PF, G League Ignite (San Antonio Spurs)
  29. Jaden Hardy, SG, G League Ignite (New Orleans Pelicans)
  30. Jean Montero, PG, Overtime Elite (Los Angeles Clippers)

For a more detailed overview of NBA Draft 2023 – the draft board and NBA Draft 2023 prospects, you can go through the links given below,


Source: The Internet

2 thoughts on “NBA Draft 2023

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back To Top
Sriracha Sauce Shortage: Find New Substitutes of Sriracha Sauce How To Watch Ohio State Football – New Ohio State Football Schedule