Live stream the 2023 NBA Draft online in your country

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Safely and securely stream the 2023 NBA Draft on Thursday, June 22!

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Congratulations to French phenom Victor Wembanyama, who joined the likes of LeBron JamesMagic Johnson, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as No. 1 overall picks when the San Antonio Spurs selected him atop the 2023 NBA Draft. The 7-foot-3 (and 7-foot-5 with shoes on!) Wembanyama, who turns 20 next January, averaged 21.6 points, 10.4 rebounds, and three blocks in France last season and was widely considered the best draft prospect since the Cleveland Cavaliers took James first overall in 2003.

Wembanyama is the marquee name in an intriguing draft class that also features Alabama star forward Brandon Miller, G League Ignite standout Scoot Henderson, and brothers Amen and Ausar Thompson, each of whom played last season in the Overtime Elite league.

If you can’t be in New York City for the festivities, don’t worry: you can do it all with the help of a VPN. Read on for all the ways to safely and securely live stream the 2023 NBA Draft!

Date: June 22, 2023
Location:Barclays Center (Brooklyn, New York, U.S.)
Which team has the 1st pick?San Antonio Spurs
Network(s): ESPN, ABC (First round only)

How to watch the 2023 NBA Draft from anywhere

The 2023 NBA Draft begins at 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. BST on Thursday, June 22, and will air on ESPN and ABC. To safely and securely watch the draft:

  1. Get ExpressVPN.
  2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
  3. Go to Sling TV Orange (35 USD for first month) Hulu+Live TV (70 USD/month), Fubo (75 USD/month), DirecTV Stream (75 USD/month), or YouTube TV (73 USD/month). DirecTV Stream, Fubo and YouTube TV all offer free trials.
  4. Enjoy the draft!

Learn more about watching Sling TV, YouTube TV, Fubo and Hulu+Live TV with ExpressVPN.

Where to live stream the 2023 NBA Draft

YouTube TV

Price: 73 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN

YouTube TV offers over 70 channels, including ABC. A subscription costs 73 USD/month, and doesn’t require a U.S. billing address (though you may need to provide a U.S. ZIP code based on your preferred viewing area). The service includes a variety of sports channels and a free trial.


Price: 75 USD/month
Channels: ABC, ESPN

Fubo offers a 7-day free trial for those who don’t want to commit to a subscription. That’s all you’ll need to safely and securely stream the 2023 NBA Draft! However, please note that you may need a credit card issued from the country you’re trying to sign up from, such as the U.S. or Canada.

DirecTV Stream

Price: 70 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN

DirecTV Stream is on the pricier side, especially for those wanting it for the NBA regular season, but it offers a five-day free trial.

Sling TV

Price: Varies
Channels: ABC, ESPN

Sling TV includes ABC in its blue package and ESPN in its orange package. The choice is yours! Just know that Sling no longer offers a free trial and you will need a U.S. credit card or PayPal to subscribe.

Hulu+Live TV

Price: 77 USD/month and up
Channels: ABC, ESPN

Hulu+Live TV carries ABC and ESPN, and the monthly rate also includes subscriptions to Disney+. Note that Hulu does not offer a free trial, however, and requires both a U.S. ZIP code and credit card billing address.

2023 NBA Draft order

Who will your favorite team select in the 2023 NBA Draft? San Antonio Spurs fans can rest easy knowing they’re expected to draft consensus No. 1 overall prospect Victor Webanyama after winning the draft lottery in May. Please note there are only 58 picks in this year’s draft (rather than 60) because the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers forfeited second-round selections because of tampering violations.

PickTeamPlayer selected
1. San Antonio SpursVictor Wembanyama, F/C, Metropolitans 92 (France)
2.Charlotte HornetsBrandon Miller, F/G, Alabama
3.Portland Trail BlazersScoot Henderson, G, G League Ignite
4.Houston RocketsAmen Thompson, G, City Reapers (Overtime Elite)
5.Detroit PistonsAusar Thompson, G/F,City Reapers (Overtime Elite)
6.Orlando MagicAnthony Black, G Arkansas
7.Indiana Pacers (traded to Washington Wizards)Bilal Coulibaly, F, Metropolitans 92 (France)
8.Washington Wizards (traded to Indiana Pacers)Jarace Walker, F, Houston
9.Utah JazzTaylor Hendricks, F, UCF
10.Dallas Mavericks (traded to Oklahoma City Thunder)Cason Wallace, G, Kentucky
11.Orlando Magic (via Chicago Bulls)Jett Howard, F, Michigan
12.Oklahoma City Thunder (traded to Dallas Mavericks)Dereck Lively II, C, Duke
13.Toronto RaptorsGradey Dick, F/G, Kansas
14.New Orleans PelicansJordan Hawkins, G, UConn
15.Atlanta HawksKobe Bufkin, G, Michigan
16.Utah Jazz (via Minnesota Timberwolves)Keyonte George, G, Baylor
17.Los Angeles LakersJalen Hood-Schifino, G, Indiana
18.Miami HeatJaime Jaquez Jr., F, UCLA
19.Golden State WarriorsBrandin Podziemski, G, Santa Clara
20.Houston Rockets (via Los Angeles Clippers)Cam Whitmore, F, Villanova
21.Brooklyn Nets (via Phoenix Suns)Noah Clowney, F, Alabama
22.Brooklyn NetsDariq Whitehead, G, Duke
23.Portland Trail Blazers (via New York Knicks)Kris Murray, F, Iowa
24.Sacramento KingsOlivier-Maxence Prosper, F, Marquette
25.Memphis Grizzlies (traded to Detroit Pistons)Marcus Sasser, G, Houston
26.Indiana Pacers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)Ben Sheppard, G, Belmont
27.Charlotte Hornets (via Denver Nuggets)Nick Smith Jr., G, Arkansas
28.Utah Jazz (via Philadelphia 76ers)Brice Sensabaugh, F, Ohio State
29.Indiana Pacers (via Boston Celtics; traded to Denver Nuggets)Julian Strawther, F, Gonzaga
30.Los Angeles Clippers (via Milwaukee Bucks)Kobe Brown, F, Missouri
31.Detroit PistonsJames Nnaji, C, FC Barcelona (Spain)
32.Indiana Pacers (via Houston Rockets; traded to Denver Nuggets)Jalen Pickett, G, Penn State
33.San Antonio Spurs (traded to Minnesota Timberwolves)Leonard Miller, F, G League Ignite
34.Charlotte Hornets (via Philadelphia 76ers)Colby Jones, G, Xavier
35.Boston Celtics (via Portland Trail Blazers)Julian Phillips, F, Tennessee
36.Orlando Magic (traded to Milwaukee Bucks)Andre Jackson Jr., G, UConn
37.Oklahoma City Thunder (via Washington Wizards; traded to Denver Nuggets)Hunter Tyson, F, Clemson
38.Sacramento Kings (via Indiana Pacers)Jordan Walsh, F, Arkansas
39.Charlotte Hornets (via Utah Jazz)Mouhamed Gueye, F, Washington State
40.Denver Nuggets (via Dallas Mavericks)Maxwell Lewis, F, Pepperdine
41.Charlotte Hornets (via Oklahoma City Thunder; traded to Los Angeles Lakers)Amari Bailey, G, UCLA
42.Washington Wizards (via Chicago Bulls)Tristan Vukčević, F/C, Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)
43.Portland Trail Blazers (via Atlanta Hawks)Rayan Rupert, G, New Zealand Breakers (Australia)
44.San Antonio Spurs (via Toronto Raptors)Sidy Cissoko, F/G, G League Ignite
45.Memphis Grizzlies (via Minnesota Timberwolves)G. G. Jackson, F, South Carolina
46.Atlanta Hawks (via New Orleans Pelicans)Seth Lundy, G, Penn State
47.Los Angeles Lakers (traded to Indiana Pacers)Mojave King, G, G League Ignite
48.Los Angeles ClippersJordan Miller, F, Miami
49.Cleveland Cavaliers (via Golden State Warriors)Emoni Bates, F, Eastern Michigan
50.Oklahoma City Thunder (via Miami Heat)Keyontae Johnson, F, Kansas State
51.Brooklyn NetsJalen Wilson, F, Kansas
52.Phoenix SunsToumani Camara, F, Dayton
53.Minnesota Timberwolves (via New York Knicks)Jaylen Clark, G, UCLA
54.Sacramento KingsJalen Slawson, F, Furman
55.Indiana Pacers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)Isaiah Wong, G, Miami
56.Memphis GrizzliesTarik Biberović, F, Fenerbahçe (Turkey)
57.Chicago Bulls (via Denver Nuggets)N/A (pick forfeited due to tampering violation)
58.Philadelphia 76ersN/A (pick forfeited due to tampering violation)
59.Washington Wizards (via Boston Celtics)Trayce Jackson-Davis, F, Indiana
60.Milwaukee BucksChris Livingston, F, Kentucky

2023 NBA Draft lottery odds

The San Antonio Spurs won the first pick in the 2023 NBA Draft despite finishing with five fewer losses than the Detroit Pistons. Here’s how the pre-lottery odds looked, with each team organized via win-loss record:

TeamWin-loss recordOdds of earning No. 1 overall pickWhere they’ll actually pick
Detroit Pistons17-6514.0%No. 5
Houston Rockets22-6014.0%No. 4
San Antonio Spurs22-6014.0%No. 1
Charlotte Hornets27-5512.5%No. 2
Portland Trail Blazers33-4910.5%No. 3
Orlando Magic34-489.0%No. 6
Indiana Pacers35-476.8%No. 7
Washington Wizards35-476.7%No. 8
Utah Jazz37-454.5%No. 9
Dallas Mavericks38-443.0%No. 10
Chicago Bulls (note: pick goes to Orlando Magic)40-421.8%No. 11
Oklahoma City Thunder40-421.7%No. 12
Toronto Raptors41-411.0%No. 13
New Orleans Pelicans41-410.5%No. 14

How do NBA teams get draft picks?

In theory, each NBA team gets two draft picks per year: one in the first round, and one in the second round. The first 14 picks are determined via lottery, where the three worst teams in terms of win-loss record have the highest odds (14.0%) of earning the No. 1 overall pick. For the 2023 NBA Draft lottery, those teams were the Detroit Pistons (17-65 in 2022-23), Houston Rockets (22-60), and San Antonio Spurs (22-60). The Spurs won the lottery, with the Pistons falling to No. 5 and the Rockets slipping to No. 4.

Teams can trade their draft picks seven years in advance, and teams typically include second-round picks in various transactions. Unlike the NFL, teams do not receive compensatory picks for players, coaches, or front office members leaving for other teams.

2023 NBA Mock Draft

Who will your favorite team select in the 2023 NBA Draft? Here’s our mock draft as of June 15, 2023.

PickTeamPlayer selectedNotes
1. San Antonio SpursVictor Wembanyama, C, Metropolitans 92 (France)Considered the greatest NBA prospect since LeBron James. Enough said.
2.Charlotte HornetsScoot Henderson, G, G League IgniteHas drawn comparisons to Derrick Rose and Russell Westbrook. That should be enough for the Hornets.
3.Portland Trail BlazersCam Whitmore, SF, VillanovaA potent 3-point shooter. Could he be the face of the post-Damian Lillard Blazers?
4.Houston RocketsBrandon Miller, F, AlabamaMiller’s off-court concerns drop him to No. 4. Will he team up with James Harden in Houston?
5.Detroit PistonsTaylor Hendricks, F, UCFPistons opt for a defensive-minded big man. Hey, it worked 20 years ago…
6.Orlando MagicJarace Walker, F, HoustonThe reigning AAC Freshman of the Year adds size to an improved Magic team.
7.Indiana PacersJordan Hawkins, G, UConnThe Pacers need another scorer to re-establish themselves in the East. Hawkins fits the bill.
8.Washington WizardsAmen Thompson, G, Overtime City Reapers (Overtime Elite)The fall ends for Thompson, who can finally fill the John Wall-sized void in Washington.
9.Utah JazzAusar Thompson, G, Overtime City Reapers (Overtime Elite)Ausar goes one pick after his brother. The Jazz need a dynamic young guard.
10.Dallas MavericksAnthony Black, G, ArkansasGoodbye, Kyrie Irving!
11.Orlando Magic (via Chicago Bulls)Bilal Coulibaly, F, Metropolitans 92 (France)Magic add to their young core with Victor Wembanyama’s must-watch teammate.
12.Oklahoma City ThunderGradey Dick, F, KansasThe Thunder are on the verge of breaking through in the West. Here’s another weapon.
13.Toronto RaptorsCason Wallace, G, KentuckyToronto needs guard depth and scorers. Wallace checks both boxes.
14.New Orleans PelicansDereck Lively, C, DukeIf the Zion Williamson era is over in New Orleans, Lively would at least provide front-court depth.
15.Atlanta HawksJalen Hood-Schifino, G, IndianaHow much longer will Trae Young be in Atlanta? And how long before the Hawks’ next brief rebuild?
16.Utah Jazz (via Minnesota Timberwolves)Leonard Miller, F, G League IgniteMiller averaged 16.9 points and 10.1 rebounds as a teenager in the G League. What can he do as an NBA rookie?
17.Los Angeles LakersSidy Cissoko, F, G League IgniteCissoko was born in April 2004, just before LeBron James finished his rookie season. Now the two can team up on the Lakers. Feeling old yet!?
18.Miami HeatJames Nnaji, C, BarcelonaThe Heat need front-court help, and an intriguing international prospect sounds right up their alley.
19.Golden State WarriorsNick Smith Jr., G, ArkansasStephen Curry and Klay Thompson won’t be around forever.
20.Houston Rockets (via Los Angeles Clippers)Rayan Rupert, G, New Zealand BreakersThe Rockets need young guards, and Rupert already has professional experience. We like the fit.
21.Brooklyn Nets (via Phoenix Suns)Kris Murray, F, IowaThe Nets need plenty after their latest failed Big 3. Good thing Murray profiles as a Day 1 contributor.
22.Brooklyn NetsMarcus Sasser, G, HoustonSasser brings four seasons worth of college experience to the Nets. The reigning AAC Player of the Year also gradually improved throughout his time at Houston. Could it be enough to sway the Nets?
23.Portland Trail Blazers (via New York Knicks)Dariq Whitehead, F, DukeWhitehead battled various injuries at Duke and may miss substantial time following foot surgery. The Blazers can afford to redshirt him.
24.Sacramento KingsJulian Strawther, F, GonzagaWho knows what the Kings will do after finally snapping the active longest playoff drought in sports?
25.Memphis GrizzliesKobe Bufkin, G, MichiganBufkin could benefit from further development. Don’t be surprised if he’s nonetheless asked to play early.
26.Indiana Pacers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)Jett Howard, F, MichiganJuwan’s son stays in the Midwest. The Pacers might have a steal here.
27.Charlotte Hornets (via Denver Nuggets)Gregory Jackson, F, South CarolinaBorn in December 2004, Gregory «G.G.» Jackson is the youngest player in this class. The Hornets began play only a few weeks earlier. Now we really feel old.
28.Utah Jazz (via Philadelphia 76ers)Jaime Jaquez Jr., F, UCLAJaquez is older and will turn 24 during his rookie season, but his versatility could earn him fans in Utah.
29.Indiana Pacers (via Boston Celtics)Ben Sheppard, G, BelmontMore guard depth for the Pacers. There’s no such thing as too much depth!
30.Los Angeles Clippers (via Milwaukee Bucks)Brandin Podziemski, G, Santa ClaraPodziemski averaged 19.9 points and 8.8 rebounds on 48.3% shooting at Santa Clara last season. Who are the Clippers to pass up on shooters?

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