NBA draft 2014 first-round picks: The List

06/26/2014 4:59 PM

06/27/2014 1:24 PM

A list of the NBA draft picks from Thursday, June 26.

No. 1

Cleveland Cavaliers, Andrew Wiggins, small forward from Kansas

No. 2

Milwaukee Bucks, Jabari Parker, small forward from Duke

No. 3

Philadelphia 76ers, Joel Embiid, center from Kansas

No. 4

Orlando Magic, Aaron Gordon, power forward from Arizona

No. 5

Utah Jazz, Dante Exum, point guard, Australia

No. 6

Boston Celtics, Marcus Smart, point guard from Oklahoma State

No. 7

Los Angeles Lakers, Julius Randle, power forward from Kentucky

No. 8

Sacramento Kings, Nik Stauskas, shooting guard from Michigan

No. 9

Charlotte Hornets, Noah Vonleh, power forward from Indiana

No. 10

Philadelphia 76ers, Elfrid Payton, point guard from La.-Lafayette

No. 11

Denver Nuggets, Doug McDermott, small forward from Creighton. (Going to Bulls in Nurkic deal.)

No. 12

Orlando Magic, Dario Saric, power forward from Croatia. (He'll play two seasons in Turkey before he can come to the NBA.)

No. 13

MInnesota Timberwolves, Zach LaVine, guard from UCLA

No. 14

Phoenix Suns, T.J. Warren, small forward from NC State

No. 15

Atlanta Hawks, Adreian Payne, power forward from Michigan State

No. 16

Chicago Bulls Jusuf Nurkic, center from Bosnia-Herzegovina. (Nurkic is headed to Denver in McDermott deal.)

No. 17

Boston Celtics, James Young, shooting guard, Kentucky

No. 18

Phoenix Suns, Tyler Ennis, point guard from Syracuse

No. 19

Chicago Bulls, Gary Harris, shooting guard from Michigan State. (He'll go to Denver in the Doug McDermott deal.)

No. 20

Toronto Raptors, Bruno Caboclo, small forward from Brazil

No. 21

Oklahoma City Thunder selects Mitch McGary, power forward from Michigan

No. 22

Memphis Grizzlies, Jordan Adams, shooting guard from UCLA

No. 23

Utah Jazz, Rodney Hood, small forward from Duke

No. 24

Charlotte Hornets, Shabazz Napier, point guard from Connecticut

No. 25

Houston Rockets, Clint Capela, power forward from Switzerland

No. 26

Miami Heat, P.J. Hairston, shooting guard from North Carolina. First player to be picked in the first round from the D-League. (Headed to Charlotte in trade.)

No. 27

Phoenix Suns, Bogdan Bogdanovic, shooting guard from Serbia

No. 28

Los Angeles Clippers, C.J. Wilcox, shooting guard from Washington

No. 29

Oklahoma City Thunder, Josh Huestis, small forward from Stanford

No. 30

San Antonio Spurs, Kyle Anderson, small forward from UCLA

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