2019 NBA draft results: All 60 players picked in first, second rounds


2019 NBA draft results: All 60 players picked in first, second rounds

NBA draft day is over, and 60 players have found professional homes.

The Warriors held the Nos. 28, 41 and 58 overall picks entering the 2019 NBA Draft, but they made some moves in the second round and still ended up with three players, two of them in different spots.

The Kings didn't own a first-round pick, but they held three selections -- Nos. 40, 47 and 60 overall -- at the start of the round. They also made some trades, though, and picked three players.

Here are all 60 draft picks made Thursday night in New York:

First Round

1. New Orleans
Zion Williamson, F, Duke

2. Memphis
Ja Morant, G, Murray State

3. New York
RJ Barrett, SG, Duke

4. Atlanta (via New Orleans from Los Angeles Lakers)
De'Andre Hunter, F, Virginia

5. Cleveland
Darius Garland, PG, Vanderbilt

6. Minnesota (via Phoenix)
Jarrett Culver, SG, Texas Tech

7. Chicago
Coby White, PG, North Carolina

8. New Orleans (from Atlanta)
Jaxson Hayes, C, Texas

9. Washington
Rai Hachimura, F, Gonzaga

10. Atlanta (from Dallas)
Cam Reddish, SF, Duke

11. Phoenix (via Minnesota)
Cameron Johnson, F, North Carolina

12. Charlotte
PJ Washington, F, Kentucky

13. Miami
Tyler Herro, G, Kentucky

14. Boston (from Sacramento via Philadelphia)
Romeo Langford, F, Indiana

15. Detroit
Sekou Doumbouya, F, Guinea

16. Orlando
Chuma Okeke, F, Auburn

17. New Orleans (from Atlanta)
Nickeil Alexander-Walker, SG, Virginia Tech

18. Indiana
Goga Bitadze, C, Republic of Georgia

19. San Antonio
Luka Samanic, F, Croatia

20. Philadelphia (from Boston via LA Clippers via Memphis)
Matisse Thybulle, F, Washington

21. Memphis (from Oklahoma City)
Brandon Clarke, F, Gonzaga

22. Boston
Grant Williams, F, Tennessee

23. Oklahoma City (from Memphis via Utah)
Darius Bazley, F, USA

24. Phoenix (from Boston via Philadelphia)
Ty Jerome, G, Virginia

25. Portland
Nassir Little, F, North Carolina

26. Cleveland (from Houston)
Dylan Windler, F, Belmont

27. Brooklyn (from Denver)
Mfiondu Kabengele, C, Florida State

28. Golden State
Jordan Poole, G, Michigan

29. San Antonio (from Toronto)
Keldon Johnson, F, Kentucky

30. Cleveland (from Detroit via Milwaukee)
Kevin Porter Jr., F, USC

Second Round

31. Brooklyn (from New York via Philadelphia)
Nic Claxton, C, Georgia

32. Miami (from Indiana via Phoenix)
KZ Okpala, F, Stanford

33. Boston (From Philadelphia via Cleveland via Orlando and New York)
Carsen Edwards, PG, Purdue

34. Atlanta (from Philadelphia via Chicago via Los Angeles Lakers)
Bruno Fernando, C, Maryland

35. New Orleans (from Atlanta)
Marcos Louzada Silva, F, Brazil

36. Charlotte (from Washington via Orlando, Denver and Atlanta)
Cody Martin, F, Nevada

37. Detroit (from Dallas)
Deividas Sirvydis, F, Lithuania

38. Chicago (from Memphis)
Daniel Gafford, C, Arkansas

39. Golden State (from New Orleans)
Alen Smailagic, C, Santa Cruz Warriors

40. Sacramento (from Minnesota via Portland and Cleveland)
Justin James, G, Wyoming

41. Golden State (from Atlanta via Los Angeles Lakers via Cleveland and Indiana)
Eric Paschall, F, Villanova

42. Philadelphia (from Sacramento via Brooklyn and Milwaukee)
Admiral Schofield, F, Tennessee

43. Minnesota (from Miami via Charlotte)
Jaylen Nowell, G, Washington

44. Denver (from Miami via Atlanta via Charlotte)
Bol Bol, C, Oregon

45. Dallas (from Detroit)
Isaiah Roby, F, Nebraska

46. LA Lakers (from Orlando via Brooklyn via Memphis and Charlotte)
Talen Horton-Tucker, G, Iowa State

47. New York (from Sacramento via Orlando via New York)
Ignas Brazdeikis, F, Michigan

48. LA Clippers
Terance Mann, F, Florida State

49. San Antonio
Quinndary Weatherspoon, G, Mississippi State

50. Utah (from Indiana)
Jarrell Brantley, F, Charleston

51. Boston
Tremont Waters, G, LSU

52. Charlotte (from Oklahoma City)
Jalen McDaniels, F, San Diego State

53. Utah
Justin Wright-Foreman, G, Hofstra

54. Philadelphia
Marial Shayok, F, Iowa State

55. Sacramento (via New York from Houston)
Kyle Guy, G, Virginia

56. Brooklyn (from LA Clippers via Portland via Detroit and Orlando)
Jaylen Hands, G, UCLA

57. Philadelphia (from Atlanta via New Orleans via Denver and Milwaukee)
Jordan Bone, G, Tennessee

58. Utah (from Golden State)
Miye One, G, Yale

59. Toronto
Dewan Hernandez, C, Miami

60. Sacramento (from Milwaukee)
Vanja Marinkovic, G, Serbia

Willie Cauley-Stein has need for speed after 'Top Gun' trailer release


Willie Cauley-Stein has need for speed after 'Top Gun' trailer release

Warriors center Willie Cauley-Stein wants to take the highway to the danger zone on his way to Chase Center next season. 

Golden State's new big man tweeted a clip from the "Top Gun: Maverick" trailer Thursday afternoon, and the 25-year-old definitely has the need ... the need for speed. 

That'd be one way to take Warriors fans' breath away. 

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Cauley-Stein told the Warriors he would be their wingman big man any day earlier this summer, signing a one-year deal worth a little more than the veteran's minimum because he couldn't turn down the chance to play with Steph Curry and Co. He averaged 11.9 points and 8.4 rebounds per game with the Kings last season, but his ego arguably wrote a check his play couldn't cash after telling reporters last September that he was "ready to get paid."

Still, the No. 6 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft has plenty of potential, and will have plenty of motivation next season on a prove-it deal. If it is a strong enough combination to bring out the best in Cauley-Stein, he could find that loving feeling on the free-agent market next summer. 

Watch Steph Curry get soaked in dunk tank at 'Eat. Learn. Play.' event

Watch Steph Curry get soaked in dunk tank at 'Eat. Learn. Play.' event

Some NBA players can say they have dunked on Steph Curry, but can they say they dunked the Warriors star?

Curry and his wife Ayesha launched their "Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation" at a kickoff event in Oakland on Thursday, hosting nearly 1,000 kids for a day of activities. One of those activities was a dunk tank, and the two Currys -- one of whom forms one half of the Splash Brothers -- got very wet.  

The foundation aims to bring out the best in children "By fighting to end childhood hunger, ensuring access to education and enabling active lifestyles," according to its mission statement.

"[The kids are] having fun today, but obviously the back-end -- we're trying to create programs and do stuff that helps the entire youth in Oakland and the Bay Area," Steph said Thursday. "So, you gotta have energy for that."

Steph spent the first entirety of his first decade in the NBA in Oakland, but he and the Warriors will move to San Francisco's Chase Center next season. Despite the pending move, Ayesha said staying active in community efforts in The Town is necessary for the family.

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"We hope to always be involved in this community," she said. "It's important to us." 

That community is better for their endeavors, and the Currys were wetter for theirs Thursday.