Traded Second Round Picks For 2018 NBA Draft

The 2018 NBA draft is over 10 months away, but many teams have already traded their respective second round picks for that night, and more clubs are likely to do so before this season’s trade deadline.

We’ll use the space below to keep tabs on each team’s second round pick for 2018, continually updating it as necessary throughout the year. Our list of traded first round picks for 2018 can be found right here.

We’ve listed all 30 teams here, so even if a team hasn’t traded its second round pick, that will be noted. We’ll also provide details on protections or swap-rights for each traded pick, including what happens to the pick in 2019 if it doesn’t change hands in 2018. The conditions on certain traded second round picks can be complicated, so feel free to ask for clarification in the comments section if anything is unclear.

Here’s the full breakdown on the status of each 2018 second round pick:

Atlantic

  • Boston Celtics: Traded to Thunder (top-55 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2018, Celtics’ obligation to Thunder is extinguished.
  • Brooklyn Nets: Traded to Sixers or Hornets.
    • Philadelphia will receive more favorable of Nets and Cavaliers picks; Charlotte will receive less favorable.
  • New York Knicks: Will have own pick or Clippers pick, whichever is less favorable (Philadelphia has right to swap).
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Own pick.
  • Toronto Raptors: Traded to Suns (unprotected).

Central

  • Chicago Bulls: Traded to Knicks (unprotected).
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Traded to Sixers or Hornets.
    • Philadelphia will receive more favorable of Nets and Cavaliers picks; Charlotte will receive less favorable.
  • Detroit Pistons: Own pick.
  • Indiana Pacers: Traded to Nets (45-60 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2018, 45-60 protected in 2019.
  • Milwaukee Bucks: Own pick.

Southeast

  • Atlanta Hawks: Traded to Clippers (top-55 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2018, Hawks’ obligation to Clippers is extinguished.
  • Charlotte Hornets: Traded to Grizzlies, Suns, or Rockets.
    • Memphis will receive most favorable of Hornets, Heat, and Grizzlies picks. Phoenix will receive second most favorable. Houston will receive least favorable.
  • Miami Heat: Traded to Grizzlies, Suns, or Rockets.
    • Memphis will receive most favorable of Hornets, Heat, and Grizzlies picks. Phoenix will receive second most favorable. Houston will receive least favorable.
  • Orlando Magic: Can swap own pick for Lakers pick if Lakers pick is more favorable.
  • Washington Wizards: Own pick.

Northwest

  • Denver Nuggets: Traded to Lakers (unprotected).
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Own pick.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Own pick.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Traded to Nuggets or Kings.
    • Sacramento will receive more favorable of Trail Blazers and Kings picks; Denver will receive less favorable.
  • Utah Jazz: Own pick.

Pacific

  • Golden State Warriors: Traded to Nuggets (unprotected).
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Traded to Sixers or Knicks.
    • Philadelphia will receive more favorable of Clippers and Knicks picks. New York will receive less favorable.
  • Los Angeles Lakers: Traded to Nets or Magic.
    • Brooklyn will receive less favorable of Magic and Lakers picks; Orlando will receive more favorable.
  • Phoenix Suns: Traded to Grizzlies (top-55 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2018, Suns’ obligation to Grizzlies is extinguished.
  • Sacramento Kings: Can swap own pick for Trail Blazers pick if Blazers pick is more favorable.

Southwest

  • Dallas Mavericks: Traded to Bucks (top-55 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2018, Mavericks’ obligation to Bucks is extinguished.
  • Houston Rockets: Traded to Sixers (unprotected).
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Will own most favorable of Hornets, Heat, and Grizzlies picks. Phoenix will receive second most favorable. Houston will receive least favorable.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Traded to Bulls (unprotected).
  • San Antonio Spurs: Own pick.

Information from RealGM was used in the creation of this post.

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3 thoughts on “Traded Second Round Picks For 2018 NBA Draft

  1. TJECK109

    It’s almost like they have 2 rounds in the draft just to have some kind of throw in for deals and to extend their TV exposure on draft night

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    • unsungDASHzeroesDOTcom

      Or maybe there are more than 30 potential quality players in any potential draft class. Do we have to go through the list of successful second round picks?

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