Traded First Round Picks For 2019 NBA Draft

The 2019 NBA draft is over 10 months away, but several teams have already traded their first 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 first round pick for 2019, continually updating it as necessary throughout the year.

We’ve listed all 30 teams here, so even if a team hasn’t traded its first round pick, that will be noted. We’ll also provide details on protections for each traded pick, including what happens to the pick in 2020 if it doesn’t change hands in 2019.

Here’s the full breakdown on the status of each 2019 first round pick:

Atlantic

  • Boston Celtics: Own pick.
  • Brooklyn Nets: Own pick.
  • New York Knicks: Own pick.
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Will send more favorable of Kings‘ and Sixers‘ first round picks to Celtics (top-1 protected).
    • If Kings’ or Sixers’ first-rounder is No. 1 overall, Sixers would instead receive more favorable pick and Celtics would receive less favorable pick.
  • Toronto Raptors: Traded to Spurs (top-20 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, Spurs will instead receive Raptors’ 2020 and 2023 second-round picks.

Central

  • Chicago Bulls: Own pick.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Traded to Hawks (top-10 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-10 protected in 2020.
  • Detroit Pistons: Own pick.
  • Indiana Pacers: Own pick.
  • Milwaukee Bucks: Traded to Suns (top-3 protected; 17-30 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-7 protected in 2020.

Southeast

  • Atlanta Hawks: Own pick.
  • Charlotte Hornets: Own pick.
  • Miami Heat: Own pick.
  • Orlando Magic: Own pick.
  • Washington Wizards: Own pick.

Northwest

  • Denver Nuggets: Traded to Nets (top-12 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-12 protected in 2020.
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Own pick.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Own pick.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Own pick.
  • Utah Jazz: Own pick.

Pacific

  • Golden State Warriors: Own pick.
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Traded to Celtics (top-14 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-14 protected in 2020.
  • Los Angeles Lakers: Own pick.
  • Phoenix Suns: Own pick.
  • Sacramento Kings: Traded to Sixers or Celtics (unprotected).
    • Celtics will receive more favorable of Kings’ and Sixers’ first round picks (top-1 protected).
    • Sixers will receive less favorable of Kings’ and Sixers’ first round picks, unless one is No. 1 overall pick.

Southwest

  • Dallas Mavericks: Traded to Hawks (top-5 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-5 protected in 2020.
  • Houston Rockets: Own pick.
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Traded to Celtics (top-8 protected).
    • If not conveyed in 2019, top-6 protected in 2020.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Own pick.
  • San Antonio Spurs: Own pick.

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

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4 thoughts on “Traded First Round Picks For 2019 NBA Draft

  1. I see Boston with 3 first round picks. Their own, Sacramento, and Memphis picks. If they don’t use them to trade for Jimmy Butler, if Sacramento doesn’t go in top 3, I see them trading Memphis and Sacramento. Next year is loaded at small forward. They could use a backup center, but there won’t be any in the top 10. I see them taking Cam Reddish, R.J. Little, or Nazr Little. With their own pick I see them taking a backup point guard. Terry Rozier showed in the playoffs last season he’s not up to Kyrie’s talent. Kyrie is one of the best ballhandlers in the league, a good 3 pointshooter, and a good finisher. He’s a top 5 point guard. I know what people are saying. Kyrie hasn’t talked to anyone. I expect him to not talk to anyone like LeBron did. With Hayward, Kyrie, and Horford Boston would have 3 veteran all stars. With Tatum, Brown, Robert Williams, and say Reddish they would have very good youth.

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    • Connorsoxfan

      They also have the Clippers pick, but that’s less likely to convey.

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    • Bookmaker.edu has Celtics as slight edge over Knicks in free agency. Says Kyrie and Jimmy Butler are still trying to find a way to play together.

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  2. bravesfan88
    bravesfan88

    Hawks 3 picks and Celtics with 4 picks, but only 3 likely to convey this year…

    Which is crazy that the Celtics have 3-4 more 1st rounders next year, ON TOP OF their already stacked and talented roster..They could easily add one more core player, and then just trade the other 2-3 to acquire another core player…Adding TWO more significant talents to that roster is absolutely insane!! Boston is truly building a team to last, even if they lose Kyrie..

    Barring any unforseen injuries, the Celtics vs. Warriors match-up is going to be one serious championship series this year!! Should be a ton of fun to watch, can’t wait!!

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