What time is the NBA Draft tonight?

Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers. Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images
Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers. Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images /

Chaos reigns on this, the morning of the 2023 NBA Draft. Bradley Beal has joined the most top-heavy Super Team since the Heatles, Kristaps Porzingis is heading to Boston and Marcus Smart is going to try and mentor Ja Morant in Memphis.

Tonight all 30 teams will engage in intense discussions about moving up, down, in and out of the draft as they try to build the best teams possible. The Cleveland Cavaliers might just have the No. 49 pick right now, but who knows what they will end up with after the night is over.

The first pick appears to be set in stone, as Victor Wembanyama will usher in a new era for the NBA as a 7’4″ phenom. Brandon Miller and Scoot Henderson are going to go 2-3 in some order, and from there chaos will ensue as no one knows what to expect.

For those wishing to tune in, there is some important information you will need to know.

When is the 2023 NBA Draft tonight?

The 2023 NBA Draft historically takes place on a Thursday late in June, and this year is no exception. The Draft is tonight at 8:00 PM ET and will be aired on both ABC and ESPN.

For deep-cut fans, the draft will also be “aired” on Twitter, as NBA newsbreakers like Adrian Wojnarowski, Shams Charania, Jake Fischer and Marc Stein will break most of the picks a few minutes before the telecast will.

Can the Cavaliers trade up into the first round? They have been rumored to be discussing potential trade-up scenarios, including for the No. 23 pick currently owned by the Portland Trail Blazers. There will be some intriguing prospects available in that range to upgrade the wing position for the Cavs.

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With just five minutes per pick in the first round and just two in the second round, the picks will come fast tonight as 58 players are selected in one night. Be ready at 8 pm for a wild ride, and here at King James Gospel we will be covering it all tonight and in the days to come.