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NBA Draft 2021: How to watch and start time

NBA Draft 2021: How to watch and start time

Cade Cunningham will likely be the first overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft — and for good reason.

The Oklahoma State guard averaged 20.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game and was named first-team All-American last season. He was a threat in multiple areas, shooting 40 percent from three-point range while showing elite passing ability.

But the draft will be anything but predictable after Cunningham lands with the Pistons at No. 1.

Jalen Green is one of the top scoring prospects of the last decade. Evan Mobley is a two-way center stud. Jalen Suggs is a powerful guard with top college experience. All will be selected after Cunningham in some order.

The hometown Nets – the NBA Draft will be hosted at Barclays Center – will be drafting at No. 27, while the crosstown Knicks have the 19th and 21st selections.

How to watch NBA Draft 2021The Pistons are expected to take Cade Cunningham No. 1 overall in the 2021 NBA Draft.Getty Images

So, how will it all unfold? Here’s how to watch The 2021 NBA Draft:


When is The 2021 NBA Draft?

The 2021 NBA Draft is scheduled for Thursday, July 29 at 8 p.m.

Where is The 2021 NBA Draft taking place?

The 2021 NBA Draft will take place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Will fans be in attendance at the 2021 NBA Draft?

Yes, fans will be in attendance at the 2021 NBA Draft. Tickets can be purchased here.

How can I watch the 2021 NBA Draft?

The first round of the 2021 NBA Draft will be broadcast on ESPN and ABC. The second round is airing only on ESPN. However, both rounds will be available for streaming on the Watch ESPN app.

Who is the favorite to be selected first overall?

Cunningham is a -5000 favorite to be drafted first overall, according to BetMGM. Green is next at 14/1, followed by Mobley at 22/1.

First Round

  1. Detroit Pistons
  2. Houston Rockets
  3. Cleveland Cavaliers
  4. Toronto Raptors
  5. Orlando Magic
  6. Oklahoma City Thunder
  7. Golden State Warriors (via Minnesota)
  8. Orlando Magic (via Chicago)
  9. Sacramento Kings
  10. New Orleans Pelicans
  11. Charlotte Hornets
  12. San Antonio Spurs
  13. Indiana Pacers
  14. Golden State Warriors
  15. Washington Wizards
  16. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Boston)
  17. Memphis Grizzlies
  18. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Miami)
  19. New York Knicks
  20. Atlanta Hawks
  21. New York Knicks (via Dallas)
  22. Los Angeles Lakers
  23. Houston Rockets (via Portland)
  24. Houston Rockets (via Milwaukee)
  25. Los Angeles Clippers
  26. Denver Nuggets
  27. Brooklyn Nets
  28. Philadelphia 76ers
  29. Phoenix Suns
  30. Utah Jazz

Second Round

  1. Milwaukee Bucks (via Houston)
  2. New York Knicks (via Detroit)
  3. Orlando Magic
  4. Oklahoma City Thunder
  5. New Orleans Pelicans (via Cleveland)
  6. Oklahoma City (via Minnesota)
  7. Detroit Pistons (via Toronto)
  8. Chicago Bulls (via New Orleans)
  9. Sacramento Kings
  10. New Orleans (via Chicago)
  11. San Antonio Spurs
  12. Detroit Pistons (via Charlotte)
  13. New Orleans Pelicans (via Washington)
  14. Brooklyn Nets (via Indiana)
  15. Boston Celtics
  16. Toronto Raptors (via Memphis)
  17. Toronto Raptors (via Golden State)
  18. Atlanta Hawks (via Miami)
  19. Brooklyn Nets (via Atlanta)
  20. Philadelphia (via New York)
  21. Memphis Grizzlies (via Portland)
  22. Detroit Pistons (via LA Lakers)
  23. Philadelphia 76ers (from New Orleans via Dallas)
  24. Indiana Pacers (via Milwaukee)
  25. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Denver)
  26. Charlotte Hornets (via LA Clippers)
  27. Charlotte Hornets (via Brooklyn Nets)
  28. New York Knicks (via Philadelphia)
  29. Brooklyn Nets (via Phoenix)
  30. Indiana Pacers (via Utah)

*Order assumes the Bulls exercise their right to swap the 40th pick for No. 38.