NBA Draft Picks Owed

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Draft picks are the biggest variables in the NBA. They can change the complexion of any trade and a franchise’s fortunes completely. They’re coveted assets, and as a result they’re constantly being flipped from team to team across the league. In fact, picks get traded so often that it’s difficult to keep track of who they belong to and where they came from. But, we have you taken care of. Here is a list of all future draft picks that have been traded. This is broken down by year and round, with the team receiving the pick named followed by where the pick comes from. Questions, comments, or think we missed one? Contact us!

2016

First-Round Picks

Boston Celtics: Receives Brooklyn Nets’ 2016 first-round pick via Kevin Garnett trade on 7/12/13. Receives Dallas Mavericks’ 2016 first-round pick (protected for 1-7 in 2016, 1-7 in 2017, 1-7 in 2018, 1-7 in 2019, 1-7 in 2020 and unprotected in 2021) via Rajon Rondo trade. Receives Minnesota Timberwolves’ 2016 first-round pick (protected for 1-12) via Phoenix.

Chicago Bulls: Receives Sacramento Kings’ 2016 first-round pick (protected for 1-10 in 2016 and 1-10 in 2017) via Cleveland.

Denver Nuggets: Receives rights to swap 2016 first-round picks with New York Knicks via the Carmelo Anthony trade on 2/22/11. Receives Portland Trail Blazers’ first-round pick (lottery protected) in Arron Afflalo trade on 2/19/15. Receives Memphis Grizzlies’ first-round pick (protected for selections 1-5 and 15-30 in 2016, 1-5 in 2017, 1-5 in 2018 and unprotected in 2019) via Timofey Mozgov trade with Cleveland. Receives Houston Rockets’ first-round pick (lottery protected) via Ty Lawson trade.

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives Los Angeles Lakers’ first-round pick (1-3 protected in 2016, 1-3 protected in 2017 and unprotected in 2018) via Phoenix. Receives Miami HEAT’s 2016 first-round pick (protected for 1-10 in 2016 and unprotected in 2017) via Cleveland. Receives Oklahoma City Thunder’s first-round pick (protected for 1-15 in 2016 and 1-15 in 2017) via Cleveland to Denver. Can swap Miami pick or Oklahoma City pick (if conveyed) for Golden State Warriors’ first-round pick via Jason Thompson trade.

Phoenix Suns: Receives Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2016 first-round pick from the Boston Celtics via Isaiah Thomas trade on 2/19/15 (protected for 1-10 in 2016, 1-10 in 2017, 1-10 in 2018 and unprotected in 2019).

Toronto Raptors: Receives New York Knicks’ 2016 first-round pick (less favorable of theirs and Denver Nuggets’ – Nuggets have right to swap via Carmelo Anthony trade) via Andrea Bargnani trade on 7/10/13.

Second-Round Picks

Atlanta Hawks: Receives Washington Wizards’ 2016 second-round pick via three-team trade with New York on 6/25/2015.

Boston Celtics: Receives Miami HEAT’s 2016 second-round pick via three-team trade with the HEAT and Golden State Warriors featuring Jordan Crawford on 1/15/14. Receives Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2016 second-round pick via Keith Bogans trade on 9/25/14. Receives more favorable of Dallas Mavericks’ and Memphis Grizzlies’ 2016 second-round pick via Rajon Rondo trade on 12/18/14. Receives Philadelphia 76ers’ 2016 second-round pick via Miami from trade on 1/15/2014.

Chicago Bulls: Receives Portland Trail Blazers’ 2016 second-round pick via Andrew Bynum trade on 1/6/14. Pick may be conveyed to the Orlando Magic.

Cleveland Cavaliers: Receives Los Angeles Clippers’ 2016 second-round pick (from the New Orleans Pelicans, top-55 protected) via Alonzo Gee trade on 7/11/14.

Dallas Mavericks: Receives Memphis Grizzlies’ 2016 second-round pick (from the Denver Nuggets) via Corey Brewer trade on 12/13/11.

Houston Rockets: Receives New York Knicks’ 2015 second-round pick via Jason Terry trade on 9/17/14.

Los Angeles Clippers: Receives right to swap 2016 second-round picks (56-60 protected) with the Brooklyn Nets via Reggie Evans trade on 7/11/12.

Memphis Grizzlies: Receives less favorable of Toronto Raptors’ and Boston Celtics’ 2016 second-round pick via Jerryd Bayless trade on 1/7/14.

Miami HEAT: Receives Orlando Magic’s second-round pick (protected for 31-55) via Shabazz Napier trade on 7/27/15.

Milwaukee Bucks: Receives more favorable of New Orleans Pelicans’ and Sacramento Kings’ 2016 second-round pick (56-60 protected) via Luc Richard Mbah a Moute trade on 7/12/13.

Minnesota Timberwolves: Receives Houston Rockets’ 2016 second-round pick via Corey Brewer trade on 12/19/14.

New Orleans Pelicans: Receives Denver Nuggets’ 2016 second-round pick via Ish Smith trade with Philadelphia on 12/24/2015.

Oklahoma City Thunder: Receives Charlotte Hornets’ 2016 conditional second-round pick (protected for 56-60 in 2016 and unprotected in 2017) via Jeremy Lamb trade on 6/25/15. Receives Sacramento Kings’ 2016 second-round pick (protected for 31-55) via Ish Smith trade.

Orlando Magic: Receives more favorable of the Portland Trail Blazers’ (from the Cleveland Cavaliers) and Chicago Bulls’ 2016 second-round pick via Anthony Randolph trade on 7/14/14.

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives Denver Nuggets’ 2016 second-round pick via three-team trade with Washington Wizards and Nuggets featuring Eric Maynor on 2/20/14.

Sacramento Kings: Receives San Antonio Spurs’ 2016 second-round pick via trade on 7/9/2015.

San Antonio Spurs: Receives Charlotte Hornets’ 2016 second-round pick (top-55 protected, extinguished thereafter) via Theo Ratliff trade on 2/18/10.

Utah Jazz: Receives more favorable of Boston Celtics’ (from Memphis Grizzlies) and Toronto Raptors’ 2016 second-round picks via Jarnell Stokes trade on 6/26/16. Receives Golden State Warriors’ 2016 second-round pick via three team trade with Denver Nuggets and Warriors featuring Andre Iguodala on 7/10/13.

2017

First-Round Picks

Boston Celtics: Have rights to swap 2017 first-round picks with the Brooklyn Nets via Kevin Garnett trade on 7/10/13.

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives Sacramento Kings’ 2017 first-round pick. If Sacramento conveys their 2016 first-round pick to Chicago, then Philadelphia has the right to swap its 2017 first-round pick for Sacramento’s 2017 first-round pick; if Sacramento does not convey a first-round pick to Chicago in 2016, then Philadelphia has the right to swap its 2017 first-round pick for Sacramento’s 2017 first-round pick (protected for 11-30).

Toronto Raptors: Receives 2017 first-round pick from Los Angeles Clippers (via Milwaukee). The pick is protected 1-14 in 2017, 1-14 in 2018 and 1-14 in 2019.

Utah Jazz: Receives Golden State Warriors’ 2017 first-round pick via Andre Iguodala sign-and-trade on 7/10/13.

Second-Round Picks

Atlanta Hawks: Receives Brooklyn Nets’ 2017 second-round pick via Joe Johnson trade on 7/11/12. Receives Miami HEAT’s 2017 second-round pick (31-40 protected in 2017, unprotected in 2018) via James Ennis trade on 6/27/13.

Boston Celtics: Receives Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2017 second-round pick via Keith Bogans trade on 9/25/14. Receives Los Angeles Clippers’ 2017 second-round pick via Austin Rivers trade on 1/15/15.

Brooklyn Nets: Receives Boston Celtics 2017 second round pick (must be in 31-45 range) if Celtics exercise rights to swap 2017 first round pick via Kevin Garnett trade on 7/12/13.

Houston Rockets: Receives Portland Trail Blazers’ 2017 second-round pick via Thomas Robinson trade on 7/10/13. Receives Denver Nuggets’ 2017 second-round pick via trade on 7/20/2015.

Minnesota Timberwolves: Receives New Orleans’ 2017 second-round pick (top-55 protected, extinguished thereafter) via Brad Miller trade on 7/13/12.

New Orleans Pelicans: Receives Philadelphia 76ers’ 2o17 second-round pick via Ish Smith trade on 12/24/15.

New York Knicks: Receives Houston Rockets’ 2017 second-round pick via Pablo Prigioni trade on 2/19/15.

Oklahoma City Thunder: Receives Memphis Grizzlies 2017 second-round pick (top-35 protected) via three-team trade with Grizzlies and Boston Celtics featuring Ryan Gomes on 1/7/14.

Orlando Magic: Receives Sacramento Kings’ 2017 second-round pick (via Boston to Cleveland from the Keith Bogans trade on 9/25/14).

San Antonio Spurs: Receives Atlanta Hawks’ 2017 second-round pick protected for selections 31-55 via Tiago Splitter trade on 7/9/2015.

Utah Jazz: Receives Golden State Warriors’ 2017 second-round pick via Andre Iguodala sign-and-trade on 7/10/13. Receives New York Knicks’ 2017 second-round pick (from the Toronto Raptors) via Steve Novak trade on 7/10/14. Receives Detroit Pistons’ 2017 second-round pick via three-team Enes Kanter trade with Detroit and Oklahoma City on 2/19/2015.

2018

First-Round Picks

Boston Celtics: Receives Brooklyn Nets 2018 first-round pick via Kevin Garnett trade on 7/10/13.

Second-Round Picks

Denver Nuggets: Receives Golden States 2018 second round pick via Andre Iguodala trade on 7/10/13.

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives rights to Los Angeles Clippers and New York Knicks’ 2018 second-round pick via Byron Mullens trade on 2/20/14. Receives the more favorable of Brooklyn Nets and Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2018 second-round picks via Brandon Davies trade on 12/11/14.

Sacramento Kings: Receives rights to swap 2018 second-round picks with Portland Trail Blazers via Tyreke Evans trade on 7/10/13.

Utah Jazz: Receives Denver Nuggets 2018 second-round pick via Andre Iguodala trade on 7/10/13.

2019

Second-Round Picks

Brooklyn Nets: Receives more favorable of Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings 2019 second-round pick via allowing Bucks the right to negotiate with Jason Kidd to become their next head coach 6/30/14.

Charlotte Hornets: Receives rights to Miami HEAT 2019 second-round pick via Shabazz Napier trade on 6/26/14.

Minnesota Timberwolves: Receives rights to Charlotte Hornets’ second-round pick via Mo Williams trade on 2/10/15.

New York Knicks: Receives Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2019 second-round pick via Iman Shumpert trade on 1/5/15. Receives Houston’s 2019 second-round pick via Pablo Prigioni trade on 2/19/15.

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives the more favorable of the Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings’ 2019 second-round pick from the Brooklyn Nets via Brandon Davies trade on 10/24/14. Receives the New York Knicks’ 2019 second-round pick via Travis Outlaw trade on 10/28/14.

2020

Second-Round Picks

Philadelphia 76ers: Receives the Brooklyn Nets 2020 second-round pick via Brandon Davies trade on 12/11/14.

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