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Utah Jazz: NBA draft picks

Published: Saturday, July 4 2015 6:14 p.m. MDT

The top prospects pose for a photograph prior to the 2009 NBA Draft at the Wamu Theatre at Madison Square Garden. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images) The top prospects pose for a photograph prior to the 2009 NBA Draft at the Wamu Theatre at Madison Square Garden. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images)

Follow tonight's NBA draft live right here as we update each pick with photos and text and then get the inside information from Jazz writers Tim Buckley, Jody Genessy and columnist Brad Rock plus stories from around the nation.

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Thursday, June 25

First Round

1. L.A. Clippers — Blake Griffin, F, Oklahoma

2. Memphis — Hasheem Thabeet, C, Connecticut

3. Oklahoma City — James Harden, SG, Arizona State

4. Sacramento — Tyreke Evans, SG, Memphis

5. Minnesota (from Washington) — Ricky Rubio, PG, Spain

Davidson's Stephen Curry reacts as he is picked by the Golden State Warriors with the seventh pick. (Seth Wenig, Associated Pressu) Davidson's Stephen Curry reacts as he is picked by the Golden State Warriors with the seventh pick. (Seth Wenig, Associated Pressu)

6. Minnesota — Jonny Flynn, PG, Syracuse

7. Golden State — Stephen Curry, PG, Davidson

8. New York — Jordan Hill, PF, Arizona

9. Toronto — DeMar DeRozan, SG, USC

10. Milwaukee — Brandon Jennings, PG, Italy

11. New Jersey — Terrence Williams, F, Louisville

12. Charlotte — Gerald Henderson, SG, Duke

13. Indiana — Tyler Hansbrough, C, UNC

14. Phoenix — Earl Clark, SF, Louisville

15. Detroit — Austin Daye, SF, Gonzaga

16. Chicago — James Johnson, PF, Wake Forest

NBA Commissioner David Stern poses for a photograph with the fifteenth overall draft pick by the Detroit Pistons,  Austin Daye during the 2009 NBA Draft. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images) NBA Commissioner David Stern poses for a photograph with the fifteenth overall draft pick by the Detroit Pistons, Austin Daye during the 2009 NBA Draft. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images)

17. Philadelphia — Jrue Holiday, PG, UCLA

18. Minnesota (from Miami) — Ty Lawson, G, UNC

19. Atlanta — Jeff Teague, PG, Wake Forest

20. UtahEric Maynor, PG, VA Commonwealth

21. New Orleans — Darren Collison, PG, UCLA

22. Portland (from Dallas) — Victor Claver, SF, Spain

23. Sacramento (from Houston) — Omri Casspi, F, Israel

24. Dallas (from Portland) — B.J. Mullens, C, Ohio State

25. Oklahoma City (from San Antonio) — Rodrigue Beaubois, PG, France

Eric Maynor (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images) Eric Maynor (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images)

26. Chicago (from Denver through Oklahoma City) — Taj Gibson, PF, USC

27. Memphis (from Orlando) — DeMarre Carroll, PF, Missouri

28. Minnesota (from Boston) — Wayne Ellington, SG, UNC

29. L.A. Lakers — Toney Douglas, SG, Florida State

30. Cleveland — Christian Eyenga, SF, Congo

Second Round

31. Sacramento — Jeff Pendergraph, PF, Arizona State

32. Washington — Jermaine Taylor, SG, Central Florida

Blake Griffin  (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images) Blake Griffin (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images)

33. Portland (from L.A. Clippers) — Dante Cunningham, PF, Villanova

34. Denver (from Oklahoma City) — Sergio Llull, PG, Spain

35. Detroit (from Minnesota) — DaJuan Summers, SF, Georgetown

36. Memphis — Sam Young, SF, Pittsburgh

37. San Antonio (from Golden State through Phoenix) — DeJuan Blair, PF, Pittsburgh

38. Portland (from New York through Chicago) — Jon Brockman, PF, Washington

39. Detroit (from Toronto) — Jonas Jerebko, SF, Sweden

40. Charlotte (from New Jersey through Oklahoma City) — Derrick Brown, PF, Xavier

Syracuse's Jonny Flynn smiles as he talks to reporters after being selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves as the No. 6 pick in the first round of the NBA draft. (Jason Decrow, Associated Press) Syracuse's Jonny Flynn smiles as he talks to reporters after being selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves as the No. 6 pick in the first round of the NBA draft. (Jason Decrow, Associated Press)

41. Milwaukee — Jodie Meeks, SG, Kentucky

42. L.A. Lakers (from Charlotte) — Patrick Beverley, PG, Ukraine

43. Miami (from Indiana) — Marcus Thornton, SG, LSU

44. Detroit — Chase Budinger, SG, Arizona

45. Minnesota (from Philadelphia through Miami) — Nick Calathes, PG, Florida

46. Cleveland (from Chicago) — Danny Green, SF, UNC

47. Minnesota (from Miami) — Henk Norel, PF, Netherlands

48. Phoenix — Taylor Griffin, SF, Oklahoma

49. Atlanta — Sergiy Gladyr, Ukraine

50. UtahGoran Suton, C, Michigan State

Ricky Rubio, of Spain, gestures while responding to questions during an interview after the Minnesota Timberwolves selected him with the fifth pick in the first round of the NBA draft. (Seth Wenig, Associated Press) Ricky Rubio, of Spain, gestures while responding to questions during an interview after the Minnesota Timberwolves selected him with the fifth pick in the first round of the NBA draft. (Seth Wenig, Associated Press)

51. San Antonio (from New Orleans through Toronto) — Jack McClinton, SG, Miami

52. Indiana (from Dallas) — A.J. Price, PG, Connecticut

53. San Antonio (from Houston) — Nando De Colo, PG, France

54. Charlotte (from San Antonio) — Robert Vaden, SG, UAB

55. Portland (from Denver) — Patrick Mills, St. Mary's (CA)

56. Portland — Ahmad Nivins, PF, St. Joseph's

57. Phoenix (from Orlando through Oklahoma City) — Emir Preldzic, SF, Slovenia

58. Boston — Lester Hudson, SG, Tenn. Martin

59. L.A. Lakers — Chinemelu Elonu, PF, Texas A&M

NBA Commissioner David Stern poses for a photograph with the seventeenth overall draft pick by the Philadelphia 76ers, Jrue Holiday during the 2009 NBA Draft. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images) NBA Commissioner David Stern poses for a photograph with the seventeenth overall draft pick by the Philadelphia 76ers, Jrue Holiday during the 2009 NBA Draft. (Jim Mcisaac, Getty Images)

60. Miami (from Cleveland) — Robert Dozier, SF, Memphis

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