2014 NBA Draft order and results: All the picks for every team

Here's your NBA draft tracker, which we'll update with each pick as the draft moves on, and DBB's official open thread for the night as we count down the picks until it's the Pistons' turn at No. 38.

Update: Comments are closed on this post! Head over to the overflow thread to keep talking. | Pistons take Spencer Dinwiddie at No. 38

The 2014 NBA Draft kicks off tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET, with ESPN's TV coverage starting 30 minutes prior. Barring any surprises, though, the Detroit Pistons may not make their first selection for nearly three hours after the first pick. NBA teams are allowed five minutes between each first round pick, and two minutes in the second round. Considering the Pistons enter the draft holding the No. 38 pick, that's ... [pulls out iPhone to do simple arithmetic] ... 164 minutes.

But who knows? It's possible the Pistons' new braintrust of Stan Van Gundy and Jeff Bower might trade into the first round should the right opportunity present itself.

"We're not going out and actively, right now, seeking ways into the (first round)," Van Gundy said earlier this week, according to MLive.com. "But on draft night, if there were guys there, yeah, we might do it."

So you're saying there's a chance! In any case, join your DBB family in the comments and consider this draft tracker your open thread for the evening. And if you're new to DBB, stick around awhile and sign up for an account -- we're happy to have you.

Round 1

1 - Cleveland Cavaliers, Andrew Wiggins, Kansas [More from Sean Corp]
2 - Milwaukee Bucks, Jabari Parker, Duke [More from Sean Corp]
3 - Philadelphia 76ers, Joel Embiid, Kansas
4 - Orlando Magic, Aaron Gordon, Arizona
5 - Utah Jazz, Dante Exum, Land Down Under
6 - Boston Celtics, Marcus Smart, Oklahoma State
7 - Los Angeles Lakers, Julius Randle, Kentucky
8 - Sacramento Kings, Nik Stauskas, Michigan
9 - Charlotte Hornets (from Detroit), Noah Vonleh, Indiana
10 - Philadelphia 76ers (from New Orleans), Elfrid Payton, UL Lafayette (traded to Magic)
11 - Denver Nuggets, Doug McDermott, Creighton (traded to Chicago) [More from Sean Corp]
12 - Orlando Magic (from New York via Denver), Dario Saric, Croatia (traded to 76ers)
13 - Minnesota Timberwolves, Zach Levine, UCLA
14 - Phoenix Suns, T.J. Warren, North Carolina State
15 - Atlanta Hawks, Adreian Payne, Michigan State
16 - Denver Nuggets (via Bulls for McDermott, from Charlotte), Jusuf Nurkic, Bosnia
17 - Boston Celtics (from Brooklyn), James Young, Kentucky
18 - Phoenix Suns (from Washington), Tyler Ennis, Syracuse
19 - Denver Nuggets (via Bulls for McDermott), Gary Harris, Michigan State
20 - Toronto Raptors, Bruno Caboclo, Brazil
21 - Oklahoma City Thunder (from Dallas via Houston and L.A. Lakers), Mitch McGary, Michigan
22 - Memphis Grizzlies, Jordan Adams, UCLA
23 - Utah Jazz (via Golden State), Rodney Hood, Duke
24 - Charlotte Hornets (from Portland), Shabazz Napier, UConn (traded to Miami Heat)
25 - Houston Rockets, Clint Capela, Switzerland
26 - Miami Heat, P.J. Hairston (traded to Hornets)
27 - Phoenix Suns (from Indiana), Bogdan Bogdanovic, Serbia
28 - Los Angeles Clippers, C.J. Wilcox, Washington
29 - Oklahoma City Thunder, Josh Huestis, Stanford
30 - San Antonio Spurs, Kyle Anderson, UCLA

Round 2

1 (31 overall) - Milwaukee Bucks, Damien Inglis, French Guyana
2 (32) - Philadelphia 76ers, KJ McDaniels, Clemson
3 (33) - Cleveland Cavaliers (from Orlando), Joe Harris, Virginia
4 (34) - New York Knicks (from Dallas Mavericks via Boston), Cleanthony Early, Wichita State
5 (35) - Utah Jazz, Jarnell Stokes, Tennessee
6 (36) - Milwaukee Bucks (from L.A. Lakers via Minnesota and Phoenix), Johnny O'Bryant, LSU
7 (37) - Toronto Raptors (from Sacramento), DeAndre Daniels, UConn
8 (38) - Detroit Pistons, SPENCER DINWIDDIE, COLORADO [More from Brian Packey]
9 (39) - Philadelphia 76ers (from Cleveland), Jerami Grant, Syracuse
10 (40) - Minnesota Timberwolves (from New Orleans), Glenn Robinson III, Michigan
11 (41) - Denver Nuggets, Nikola Jokic, Serbia
12 (42) - Houston Rockets (from New York), Nick Johnson, Arizona
13 (43) - Atlanta Hawks, Walter Tavares, Cape Verde
14 (44) - Minnesota Timberwolves, Markel Brown, Oklahoma State (traded to the Nets)
15 (45) - Charlotte Hornets, Dwight Powell, Stanford
16 (46) - Washington Wizards, Jordan Clarkson, Missouri
17 (47) - Philadelphia 76ers (from Brooklyn via Dallas and Boston), Russ Smith, Louisville
18 (48) - Milwaukee Bucks (from Toronto via Phoenix), Lamar Patterson, Pittsburgh
19 (49) - Chicago Bulls, Cameron Bairstow, New Mexico
20 (50) - Phoenix Suns, Alec Brown, Green Bay
21 (51) - New York Knicks (from Dallas Mavericks), Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Greece
22 (52) - Philadelphia 76ers (from Memphis via Cleveland), Vasilije Micic, Serbia
23 (53) - Minnesota Timberwolves (from Golden State), Alessandro Gentile, Italy
24 (54) - Philadelphia 76ers (from Houston via Milwaukee), Nemanja Dangubic, Serbia
25 (55) - Miami Heat, Semaj Christon, Xavier (traded to Hornets)
26 (56) - Denver Nuggets (from Portland), Devyn Marble, Iowa
27 (57) - Indiana Pacers, Louis Labeyrie, France (traded to Knicks)
28 (58) - San Antonio Spurs (from L.A. Clippers via New Orleans), Jordan McRae, Tennessee
29 (59) - Toronto Raptors (from Oklahoma City via New York), Xavier Thames, San Diego State
30 (60) - San Antonio Spurs, Corey Jefferson, Baylor

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