• Track the draft odds for the NBA’s top prospects in the 2020 Draft  
  • See how their odds to be selected first overall fluctuate throughout the season
  • View players individually or contrasted against their peers

Since odds opened in late October, we will track the odds for this season’s top prospects to be selected with the first overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

Which player is favored to go #1 on June 25th in Brooklyn? Check out the latest odds below.

Odds to be Selected First Overall in 2020 NBA Draft

  • [January 3] Despite leaving Memphis in season to train for the draft and hire an agent, Wiseman remains the odds-on favorite as -125
  • [October 24] James Wiseman has opened as the favorite to be selected first in next year’s draft at -140

2020 NBA 1st Overall Pick Odds

Player Odds at BetOnline
James Wiseman -125
Anthony Edwards +125
LaMelo Ball +500
Cole Anthony +600

Odds taken January 3rd

 

2020 Projected NBA Draft Order

Pick Team
1 Atlanta Hawks
2 New York Knicks
3 Golden State Warriors
4 New Orleans Pelicans
5 Washington Wizards
6 Cleveland Cavaliers
7 Minnesota Timberwolves
8 Phoenix Suns
9 Memphis Grizzlies
10 Chicago Bulls
11 Detroit Pistons
12 Sacramento Kings
13 Charlotte Hornets
14 San Antonio Spurs

*Projected lottery via NBADraft.net

Last 10 Number 1 Picks

Year Player School All-Star Selections
2019 Zion Williamson Duke 0
2018 Deandre Ayton Arizona 0
2017 Markelle Fultz Washington 0
2016 Ben Simmons LSU 1
2015 Karl-Anthony Towns Kentucky 2
2014 Andrew Wiggins Kansas 0
2013 Anthony Bennett UNLV 0
2012 Anthony Davis Kentucky 6
2011 Kyrie Irving Duke 6
2010 John Wall Kentucky 5

Although No. 1 overall selections usually work out for their respective franchises, there’s one Anthony Bennett for every three Anthony Davis’.

With Zion Williamson yet to debut, we will have to wait to make a firm judgement on how the Pelicans look heading into this coming year’s draft.


Archived Draft Rankings Tracker: 2018

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Mitch graduated from Ryerson University's Sport Media program in June of 2018, and has been with SBD since 2019. He's worked in broadcast and digital for the Score, Sportsnet, TSN & CBC and has done play-by-play work for basketball at all levels including NCAA, Pan Am Games & U Sports.