2020 NBA Draft order: Updated after Dennis Schroder trade

2020 NBA Draft (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)
2020 NBA Draft (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) /

2020 NBA Draft order: Updated after the Dennis Schroder trade

The 2020 NBA Draft takes place on Wednesday, and there is still plenty of uncertainty. This year, no surefire number one pick has emerged. It appears the decision is between Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman, and LaMelo Ball, and the choice could come down to which team controls the pick.

The Dallas Mavericks currently hold picks 18 and 31 overall in the draft. They are rumored to be shopping those selections, but only time will tell if they can find a suitable deal.

The order was shaken up on Nov. 15 when the Thunder agreed to trade Dennis Schroder to the Lakers for Danny Green and a first-round pick. For more on how that trade impacts the Mavs click here. Let us take a closer look at the updated draft order.

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2020 NBA Draft order: First round

1. Minnesota Timberwolves

2. Golden State Warriors

3. Charlotte Hornets

4. Chicago Bulls

5. Cleveland Cavaliers

6. Atlanta Hawks

7. Detroit Pistons

8. New York Knicks

9. Washington Wizards

10. Phoenix Suns

11. San Antonio Spurs

12. Sacramento Kings

13. New Orleans Pelicans

14. Boston Celtics (via Memphis Grizzlies)

15. Orlando Magic

16. Portland Trail Blazers

17. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Brooklyn Nets)

18. Dallas Mavericks

19. Brooklyn Nets (via Philadelphia 76ers)

20. Miami Heat

21. Philadelphia 76ers (via Oklahoma City Thunder)

22. Denver Nuggets (via Houston Rockets)

23. Utah Jazz

24. Milwaukee Bucks (via Indiana Pacers)

25. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Denver Nuggets)

26. Boston Celtics

27. New York Knicks (via LA Clippers)

28. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Los Angeles Lakers)

29. Toronto Raptors

30. Boston Celtics (via Milwaukee Bucks)

2020 NBA Draft order: Second round

31. Dallas Mavericks (via Golden State Warriors)

32. Charlotte Hornets (via Cleveland Cavaliers)

33. Minnesota Timberwolves

34. Philadelphia 76ers (via Atlanta Hawks)

35. Sacramento Kings (via Detroit Pistons)

36. Philadelphia 76ers (via New York Knicks)

37. Washington Wizards (via Chicago Bulls)

38. New York Knicks (via Charlotte Hornets)

39. New Orleans Pelicans (via Washington Wizards)

40. Memphis Grizzlies (via Phoenix Suns)

41. San Antonio Spurs

42. New Orleans Pelicans

43. Sacramento Kings

44. Chicago Bulls (via Memphis Grizzlies)

45. Orlando Magic

46. Portland Trail Blazers

47. Boston Celtics (via Brooklyn Nets)

48. Golden State Warriors (via Dallas Mavericks)

49. Philadelphia 76ers

50. Atlanta Hawks (via Miami Heat)

51. Golden State Warriors (via Utah Jazz)

52. Sacramento Kings (via Houston Rockets)

53. Oklahoma City Thunder

54. Indiana Pacers

55. Brooklyn Nets (via Denver Nuggets)

56. Charlotte Hornets (via Boston Celtics)

57. LA Clippers

58. Philadelphia 76ers (via Los Angeles Lakers)

59. Toronto Raptors

60. New Orleans Pelicans (via Milwaukee Bucks)

The 2020 NBA Draft is going to be an unforgettable event. Fans should expect plenty of trades and some surprising selections. Do not miss a second of the action on Nov. 18.

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