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Dirk Nowitzki threw something as he watched the NBA Draft lottery

Dallas Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki, who is still recovering from ankle surgery, prepares for his annual charity baseball game, and shares his reaction to the Dallas Mavericks' slot in the NBA Draft.
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Dallas Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki, who is still recovering from ankle surgery, prepares for his annual charity baseball game, and shares his reaction to the Dallas Mavericks' slot in the NBA Draft.

The 2018 NBA draft is finally here.

Tonight, the Mavericks, along with the other 29 NBA teams, will look to add fresh, young roster pieces to improve their respective franchises.

There are plenty of trade and prospect rumblings floating around out there. Some of the most prominent rumors feature the Mavericks, including one involving the Memphis Grizzlies and ex-Mavericks forward Chandler Parsons.

Here is everything you need to know to watch Mark Cuban and his front office's quest to rebuild the franchise and bring another NBA title back to Dallas:

Date: Thursday, June 21

Time: 6 p.m. CT

Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York

TV: ESPN, NBATV

Streaming: ESPN.com and ESPN app

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2018 NBA draft order

Round 1

1. Phoenix Suns

2. Sacramento Kings

3. Atlanta Hawks

4. Memphis Grizzlies

5. Dallas Mavericks

6. Orlando Magic

7. Chicago Bulls

8. Cleveland Cavaliers (via Brooklyn Nets)

9. New York Knicks

10. Philadelphia 76ers (via Los Angeles Lakers)

11. Charlotte Hornets

12. Los Angeles Clippers (via Detroit Pistons)

13. Los Angeles Clippers

14. Denver Nuggets

15. Washington Wizards

16. Phoenix Suns (via Miami Heat)

17. Milwaukee Bucks

18. San Antonio Spurs

19. Atlanta Hawks (via Minnesota Timberwolves)

20. Minnesota Timberwolves (via Oklahoma City Thunder)

21. Utah Jazz

22. Chicago Bulls (via New Orleans Pelicans)

23. Indiana Pacers

24. Portland Trail Blazers

25. Los Angeles Lakers (via Cleveland Cavaliers)

26. Philadelphia 76ers

27. Boston Celtics

28. Golden State Warriors

29. Brooklyn Nets (via Toronto Raptors)

30. Atlanta Hawks (via Houston Rockets)

Round 2

31. Phoenix Suns

32. Memphis Grizzlies

33. Dallas Mavericks

34. Atlanta Hawks

35. Orlando Magic

36. New York Knicks (via Chicago Bulls)

37. Sacramento Kings

38. Philadelphia 76ers (via Brooklyn Nets)

39. Philadelphia 76ers (via New York Knicks)

40. Brooklyn Nets (via Los Angeles Lakers)

41. Orlando Magic (via Charlotte Hornets)

42. Detroit Pistons

43. Denver Nuggets (via Los Angeles Clippers)

44. Washington Wizards

45. Brooklyn Nets (via Milwaukee Bucks)

46. Houston Rockets (via Miami Heat)

47. Los Angeles Lakers (via Denver Nuggets)

48. Minnesota Timberwolves

49. San Antonio Spurs

50. Indiana Pacers

51. New Orleans Pelicans

52. Utah Jazz

53. Oklahoma City Thunder

54. Dallas Mavericks (via Portland Trail Blazers)

55. Charlotte Hornets (via Cleveland Cavaliers)

56. Philadelphia 76ers

57. Oklahoma City Thunder (via Boston Celtics)

58. Denver Nuggets (via Golden State Warriors)

59. Phoenix Suns (via Toronto Raptors)

60. Philadelphia 76ers (via Houston Rockets)

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