The NBA broke ties and finalized the 2016 draft order Friday, with the Boston Celtics locking in spots Nos. 16 and 23 with its non-lottery first-round picks.
The Dallas Mavericks won a tie-breaker over the Memphis Grizzlies and will deliver the No. 16 pick as part of compensation for the Rajon Rondo trade from December 2014. The Celtics finished third in a four-way tie-breaker with the Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat, and will pick at No. 23 with their own pick this season.
The Celtics also own the Brooklyn Nets' lottery pick. Brooklyn finished with the third-worst record in basketball (21-61) and will have a 15.6 percent chance at the No. 1 selection during the draft lottery on May 17.
Boston owns eight picks overall -- or 13.3 percent of the entire draft. The Celtics own five second-round picks: Nos. 31 (via Philadelphia), 35 (via Phoenix), 45 (via Memphis), 51 (via Miami), and 58 (via Cleveland).