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When is the 2021 NBA Draft?

The Draft starts at 8 p.m. EST on July 29, 2021. It will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Stream the NBA Draft with Locast.org

Channel: ABC

Locast is an excellent free option for NBA Draft coverage, through local ABC streams. The only catch is that the ABC broadcast only covers the first round of the event.

To stream the playoffs with Locast:

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Fire up the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge
  3. Connect to a server location in the U.S. like New York or Los Angeles
  4. Go to Locast.org and sign up
  5. Select the market that corresponds with the server location you’re connected to
  6. Tune in to the local ABC channel and enjoy the Draft!

Want it on the big screen? Check out this handy guide.

Learn more about watching Locast with ExpressVPN.

Stream the Draft live on Sling TV

Price: 10 USD/month and up

Channel: ESPN

Sling TV includes ESPN, which is broadcasting both rounds of the draft. A three-day free trial is available. You will need a U.S. card or PayPal in order to subscribe.

To watch the draft on Sling TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Head to Sling TV and sign up for Sling Orange or Sling Blue
  4. Tune in to the Draft!

Learn more about watching Sling TV with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Check out this handy guide.

Watching on mobile? Fire up the Sling TV app (on Android and iOS).

Watching on a computer? For the best streaming experience, use the ExpressVPN browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, or Edge

Stream the Draft live on fuboTV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: ESPN, ABC

Want a different way to catch the Draft? Use the seven-day free trial on fuboTV.

To watch the draft on fuboTV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Sign up on fuboTV
  4. Tune in and enjoy!

Learn more about watching Sling TV with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Check out this handy guide.

Watch the Draft on YouTube TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channels: ESPN, ABC

YouTube TV is another option for watching the draft and it offers a five-day free trial.

To watch:

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit YouTube TV and sign up
  4. Stream live!

Note: You may need to submit a U.S. postal code (e.g., 10022, 48104, etc.)

Learn more about watching YouTube TV with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Check out this handy guide.

Stream the NBA Draft on Hulu+Live TV

Price: 65 USD/month

Channel: ESPN

Hulu+Live TV can also help you tune in to the event. A seven-day free trial is available.

To watch the draft on Hulu+Live TV:

  1. Get ExpressVPN
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Visit Hulu+Live TV and subscribe
  4. Follow the Draft live!

Learn more about watching Hulu+Live TV with ExpressVPN.

Want it on the big screen? Check out this handy guide.

What is the NBA Draft order?

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 (from Minnesota)
8. Orlando Magic (from 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 (from Boston)
17. Memphis Grizzlies
18. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Miami via the LA Clippers, Philadelphia, and Phoenix)
19. New York Knicks
20. Atlanta Hawks
21. New York Knicks (from Dallas)
22. Los Angeles Lakers
23. Houston Rockets (from Portland)
24. Houston Rockets (from Milwaukee)
25. Los Angeles Clippers
26. Denver Nuggets
27. Brooklyn Nets
28. Philadelphia 76ers
29. Phoenix Suns
30. Utah Jazz

Second Round

31. Milwaukee Bucks (from Houston)
32. New York Knicks (from Detroit)
33. Orlando Magic
34. Oklahoma City Thunder
35. New Orleans Pelicans (from Cleveland)
36. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Minnesota)
37. Detroit Pistons (from Toronto)
38. Chicago Bulls (from New Orleans)
39. Sacramento Kings
40. New Orleans Pelicans (from Chicago)
41. San Antonio Spurs
42. Detroit Pistons (from Charlotte)
43. New Orleans Pelicans (from Washington)
44. Brooklyn Nets (from Indiana)
45. Boston Celtics
46. Toronto Raptors (from Memphis)
47. Toronto Raptors (from Golden State)
48. Atlanta Hawks (from Miami)
49. Brooklyn Nets (from Atlanta)
50. Philadelphia 76ers (from New York)
51. Memphis Grizzlies (from Portland)
52. Detroit Pistons (from LA Lakers)
53. New Orleans Pelicans (from Dallas)
54. Indiana Pacers (from Milwaukee)
55. Oklahoma City Thunder (from Denver)
56. Charlotte Hornets (from LA Clippers)
57. Charlotte Hornets (from Brooklyn)
58. New York Knicks (from Philadelphia)
59. Brooklyn Nets (from Phoenix)
60. Indiana Pacers (from Utah)

Who are the top prospects in the NBA Draft?

Cade Cunningham, G, Oklahoma State

While Cunningham isn’t a freakish athlete, his elite offensive skill set makes him the consensus top prospect on the board. Beyond his top-notch shooting and playmaking, Cunnigham’s size (6’8”, 220 lbs) and basketball IQ means he could become a very versatile defender.

Jalen Green, G, G-League Ignite

In terms of pure ceiling, Green might be the best player available. He’s an extremely explosive natural scorer who’s rounding out the other parts of his game. Green needs to work on his jump shot and defense, but his potential is limitless.

Evan Mobley, F, USC

For teams in the market for a big man, there’s no better option than Mobley. The former USC Trojan is a fluid athlete who can create shots with the ball in his hands, attack the glass, and provide excellent rim protection. He’ll need to add some muscle and post moves to maximize his interior scoring, but he looks like he’ll be an impact player on both ends of the floor.

Jalen Suggs, G, Gonzaga

Very few players enter the NBA with as few weaknesses as Suggs. He may not have superstar potential, but he does just about everything well and already has an excellent feel for the game at the age of 19. Suggs looks like a future floor general capable of orchestrating a successful offense, even if he isn’t the scoring focal point.

Scottie Barnes, F, Florida State

While Barnes lacks offensive polish he’s ready to be a game-changing defender at the NBA level with his combination of size, quickness, and tenacity. The biggest question with him will be whether he develops on the other end of the floor enough to become more than a role player.

Jonathan Kuminga, F, G-League Ignite

Whoever takes Kuminga will be shooting for the moon on a boom-or-bust prospect. His physical tools are outstanding across the board, but he’s extremely raw from his shooting to his decision making and his projectability outweighs his current skill set by a wide margin.

James Bouknight, G, UConn

There are a number of red flags with Bouknight, from his on-ball defense to the streakiness of his shooting, but the man is a walking bucket. It’s easy to envision him as an offensive spark plug off the bench in the Jordan Clarkson mold, but he could be even better if he can make his offensive game a touch more efficient.

Davion Mitchell, G, Baylor

A late bloomer with a smooth three-point stroke, Mitchell is known for the hard work he puts in on defense. The biggest concern with the 22-year-old is that a lack of length—he’s just 6’0”— will prevent him from being as effective a defender at the NBA level and make it tough for him to finish at the rim.

Franz Wagner, F, Michigan

Scouts don’t see Wagner as a future star, but he’s capable of draining three-pointers at an impressive clip and his size gives him some defensive versatility. He won’t be a go-to option, but his likelihood of making a positive contribution at the NBA level is extremely high.

Corey Kispert, F, Gonzaga

Like Wagner, Kispert is more likely to be a role player in the NBA than a star, but he brings the kind of electric perimeter shooter that every team in the league could use more of. His lack of lateral quickness could limit his defensive potential, but he puts in an honest effort at that end of the floor to go with his trademark sharp shooting.

Alperen Sengun, F, Beşiktaş

Although Sengun might have to wait a little longer to hear his name called, he deserves mention here as one of the most intriguing prospects in the draft. He won Turkish League MVP at the age of 18 and brings a throwback interior scoring game with incredible offensive rebounding. There are questions about his defensive ceiling and the value of players like Sengun with no perimeter shooting ability, but his potential to wreak havoc down low could make him a steal.

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