Tracking every pick and trade made during the 2023 NBA Draft

NBA draft day is finally here, and the fireworks began hours before the San Antonio Spurs were officially on the clock.

The Golden State Warriors reportedly swapped Jordan Poole for Chris Paul in a stunning blockbuster deal with the Washington Wizards. It was the third major trade of the early offseason period following the Phoenix Suns’ acquisition of Bradley Beal, and the Boston Celtics sending out Marcus Smart to acquire Kristaps Porzingis.

And more big-time splashes could be imminent as the basketball world shifts its focus to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, for Thursday night’s draft. We know Victor Wembanyama will go No. 1 overall to the Spurs, but what will happen next? Will a team trade up for Scoot Henderson? Where does Brandon Miller land? What about the Thompson twins? Could Damian Lillard or Zion Williamson get moved?

Stay updated with every pick and trade made during the 2023 NBA Draft here:

What is the 2023 NBA Draft order?

First round

  1. San Antonio: Victor Wembanyama, C, France

  2. Charlotte: Brandon Miller, SF, Alabama

  3. Portland: Scoot Henderson, PG, G League Ignite

  4. Houston: Amen Thompson, PG, Overtime Elite

  5. Detroit: Ausar Thompson, SG, Overtime Elite

  6. Orlando

  7. Indiana

  8. Washington

  9. Utah

  10. Dallas

  11. Orlando (from Chicago)

  12. Oklahoma City

  13. Toronto

  14. New Orleans

  15. Atlanta

  16. Utah (from Minnesota)

  17. L.A. Lakers

  18. Miami

  19. Golden State

  20. Houston (from L.A. Clippers)

  21. Brooklyn (from Phoenix)

  22. Brooklyn

  23. Portland (from New York)

  24. Sacramento

  25. Boston (via Memphis)

  26. Indiana (from Cleveland)

  27. Charlotte (from Denver via New York and Oklahoma City)

  28. Utah (from Philadelphia via Brooklyn)

  29. Denver (from Boston via Indiana)

  30. L.A. Clippers (from Milwaukee via Houston)

Second round

  1. Detroit

  2. Denver (from Houston via Indiana)

  3. San Antonio

  4. Charlotte (from Charlotte via Philadelphia and Atlanta)

  5. Washington (from Portland via Atlanta, L.A. Clippers, Detroit, Cleveland and Boston)

  6. Orlando

  7. Denver (from Washington via New Orleans and Oklahoma City)

  8. Sacramento (from Indiana)

  9. Charlotte (from Utah via New York)

  10. L.A. Lakers (from Dallas via Oklahoma City and Indiana)

  11. Charlotte (from Oklahoma City via New York and Boston)

  12. Washington (from Chicago via L.A. Lakers and Washington)

  13. Portland (from Atlanta)

  14. San Antonio (from Toronto)

  15. Memphis (from Minnesota)

  16. Atlanta (from New Orleans)

  17. Indiana (from L.A. Lakers)

  18. L.A. Clippers

  19. Cleveland (from Golden State via Utah and New Orleans)

  20. Oklahoma City (from Miami via Boston, Memphis, and Dallas)

  21. Brooklyn

  22. Phoenix

  23. Minnesota (from New York via Charlotte)

  24. Sacramento

  25. Indiana (from Cleveland via Milwaukee and Detroit)

  26. Memphis

  27. Washington (from Boston via Charlotte)

  28. Milwaukee

*Chicago and Philadelphia were each docked a 2023 second-round pick due to tampering violations