2021 NBA Draft Live Results, Detroit Pistons Select Cade Cunningham at No. 1

The NBA Draft is back to normal times in 2021 after the abnormal times of 2020. The annual draft is Thursday night, and the Detroit Pistons have the No. 1 overall pick. As expected, the Pistons selected Cade Cunningham from Oklahoma State University.

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Presumptive #1 NBA Draft Pick Cade Cunningham visits The Empire State Building on July 27, 2021 in New York City. Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Empire State Realty Trust

The 2020 NBA Draft did not happen until November last year, and it was done completely virtually. This year's Draft will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Here are the picks from the 2021 NBA Draft.

First Round
1. Detroit — Cade Cunningham (Oklahoma State University)
2. Houston — Jalen Green (G League)
3. Cleveland — Evan Mobley (USC)
4. Toronto — Scottie Barnes (Florida State University)
5. Orlando — Jalen Suggs (Gonzaga)
6. Oklahoma City — Josh Giddey (Adelaide, Australia)
7. Golden State (from Minnesota) — Jonathan Kuminga (G League)
8. Orlando (from Chicago) — Franz Wagner (Michigan)
9. Sacramento — Davion Mitchell (Baylor)
10. New Orleans — Ziaire Williams (Stanford)
11. Charlotte — James Bouknight (Connecticut)
12. San Antonio — Joshua Primo (Alabama)
13. Indiana — Chris Duarte (Oregon)
14. Golden State — Moses Moody (Arkansas)
15. Washington — Corey Kispert (Gonzaga)
16. Oklahoma City (from Boston) — Alperen Sengun (Turkey)
17. Memphis —Trey Murphy (Virginia)
18. Oklahoma City — Tre Mann (Florida)
19. New York — Kai Jones (Texas)
20. Atlanta — Jalen Johnson (Duke)
21. New York (from Dallas) — Keon Johnson (Tennessee)
22. Los Angeles Lakers — Isaiah Jackson (Kentucky)
23. Houston (from Portland) — Usman Garuba (Real Madrid)
24. Houston (from Milwaukee) — Josh Christopher (Arizona State)
25. LA Clippers — Quentin Grimes (Houston)
26. Denver — Nah'Shon Hyland (VCU)
27. Brooklyn — Cameron Thomas (LSU)
28. Philadelphia — Jaden Springer (Tennessee)
29. Phoenix — Day'Ron Sharpe (North Carolina)
30. Utah — Santi Aldama (Loyola [Md.])

Second Round
31. Milwaukee (from Houston) — Isaiah Todd (G League)
32. New York — Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (Villanova)
33. Orlando — Jason preston (Ohio)
34. Oklahoma City — Rokas Jokubaitis (Lithuania)
35. New Orleans (from Cleveland via Atlanta) — Herbert Jones (Alabama)
36. Oklahoma City —Miles McBride (West Virginia)
37. Detroit (from Toronto via Brooklyn) — JT Thor (Auburn)
38. Chicago — Ayo Dosunmu (Illinois)
39. Sacramento —Neemias Queta (Utah State)
40. New Orleans — Jared Butler (Baylor)
41. San Antonio — Joe Wieskamp (Iowa)
42. Detroit — Isaiah Livers (Michigan)
43. New Orleans — Greg Brown (Texas)
44. Brooklyn (from Indiana) — Kessler Edwards (Pepperdine)
45. Boston — Juhann Begarin (Paris, France)
46. Toronto — Dalano Banton (Nebraska)
47. Toronto — David Johnson (Louisville)
48. Atlanta —Sharife Cooper (Auburn)
49. Brooklyn — Marcus Zagarowski (Creighton)
50. Philadelphia — Filip Petrusev (Serbia)
51. Memphis — BJ Boston (Kentucky)
52. Detroit — Luka Garza (Iowa)
53. Philadelphia — Charles Bassey (Western Kentucky)
54. Indiana — Sandro Mamukelashvili (Seton Hall)
55. Oklahoma City — Aaron Wiggins (Maryland)
56. Charlotte — Scottie Lewis (Florida)
57. Charlotte — Balsa Koprivica (Florida State)
58. New York — Jericho Sims (Texas)
59. Brooklyn — RaiQuan Gray (Florida State)
60. Indiana — Georgios Kalaitzakis (Loyola [Md.])