2008 NBA Draft Order
By The Associated Press
At New York
Thursday, June 26
First Round
New York
L.A. Clippers
New Jersey
Golden State
15. Atlanta (to Phoenix)
16. Philadelphia
17. Toronto
18. Washington
19. Cleveland
20. Denver
21. Dallas (to New Jersey)
22. Orlando
23. Utah
24. Phoenix (to Seattle)
25. Houston
26. San Antonio
27. New Orleans
28. LA Lakers (to Memphis)
29. Detroit
30. Boston

Second Round
31. Miami (to Minnesota via Boston)
32. Seattle
33/34. Memphis (to Portland)
33/34. Minnesota (1) (Pick may be conveyed to Detroit)
35/36. LA Clippers
35/36. New York (to Portland)
37. Milwaukee
38. Charlotte
39. Chicago
40. New Jersey
41. Indiana (to Portland via Phoenix)
42. Sacramento
43. Portland (to Seattle via Boston)
44. Golden State
45. Atlanta (to Sacramento)
46. Philadelphia (to Utah)
47. Toronto (to San Antonio)
48. Washington
49. Cleveland (to Phoenix)
50. Denver (to Seattle)
51. Dallas
52. Orlando (to Miami)
53. Utah
54. Houston
55. Phoenix (to Portland via Indiana)
56. New Orleans (to Seattle via Houston)
57. San Antonio
58. LA Lakers
59. Detroit
60. Boston
NOTE: Please note that teams that finished the regular season with identical records will select in the second round in the reverse of the order in which they select in the first round. With respect to the ties between Memphis and Minnesota (33 and 34); and the Los Angeles Clippers and New York (35 and 36): since the order of selection in the first round for each set of teams may change based on the results of the Draft Lottery, the order of selection in the second round cannot be determined until after the Draft Lottery is conducted on May 20, 2008.

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