NBA Draft 2012 First Round Results
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NBA Draft 2012 First Round Results

Newark : NJ : USA | Jun 28, 2012 at 9:22 PM PDT
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The 2012 NBA Draft just concluded tonight from the Prudential Center. Here are the first thirty players picked in this year's draft.

1. New Orleans -- Anthony Davis. F/Kentucky.

2. Charlotte -- Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. F/Kentucky.

3. Washington -- Bradley Beal. G/Florida.

4. Cleveland -- Dion Waiters. G/Syracuse.

5. Sacramento -- Thomas Robinson. F/Kansas.

6. Portland -- Damian Lillard. G/Weber State.

7. Golden State -- Harrison Barnes. F/North Carolina.

8. Toronto -- Terrence Ross. G/Washington.

9. Detroit -- Andre Drummond. C/UConn.

10. New Orleans -- Austin Rivers. G/Duke.

11. Portland -- Meyers Leonard. C/Illinois.

12. Houston -- Jeremy Lamb. G/UConn.

13. Phoenix -- Kendall Marshall. G/North Carolina.

14. Milwaukee -- John Henson. F/North Carolina.

15. Philadelphia -- Maurice Harkless. F/St. John's.

16. Houston -- Royce White. F/Iowa State.

17. Cleveland (from Dallas) -- Tyler Zeller. C/North Carolina.

18. Houston -- Terrence Jones. F/Kentucky.

19. Orlando -- Andrew Nicholson. F/St. Bonaventure.

20. Denver -- Evan Fournier. G/France.

21. Boston -- Jared Sullinger. F/Ohio State.

22. Boston -- Fab Melo. C/Syracuse.

23. Atlanta -- John Jenkins. G/Vanderbilt.

24. Dallas (from Cleveland) -- Jared Cunningham. G/Oregon State.

25. Memphis -- Tony Wroten, Jr. G/Washington.

26. Indiana -- Miles Plumlee. F/Duke.

27. Philadelphia (from Miami) -- Arnett Moultrie. F/Mississippi State.

28. Oklahoma City -- Perry Jones III. F/Baylor.

29. Chicago -- Marquis Teague. G/Chicago.

30. Golden State -- Festus Ezeli. C/Vanderbilt.

This draft broke a couple of records. It was the first time the #1 pick and the #2 pick went to the same college, and it was also the first time that the first three picks were all freshmen. Congratulations to all thirty players for being picked in the first round!

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