Traded Second-Round Picks For 2022 NBA Draft

We’re using the space below to keep tabs on each NBA team’s second-round pick for 2022, continually updating it as necessary throughout the year. Our list of traded first-round picks for 2022 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 for each traded pick, including what happens to the pick in 2023 if it doesn’t change hands in 2022.

Here’s the full breakdown on the status of each 2022 second-round pick:


Atlantic

  • Boston Celtics: Own pick.
  • Brooklyn Nets: Traded to Pistons.
  • New York Knicks: Own pick.
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Traded to Timberwolves or Heat.
    • The Timberwolves will receive the most favorable of the Nuggets’ and Sixers’ 2022 second-round picks; the Heat will receive the least favorable of the two picks. If the Heat’s own first-round pick lands in the top 14, Miami would forward the least favorable of these picks to the Rockets.
  • Toronto Raptors: Traded to Warriors or Hornets.
    • The Warriors will receive this pick if it lands between 31-54; the Hornets will get it if it falls in the 55-60 range. The Raptors’ obligation to whichever team doesn’t get this pick will be extinguished after this season.

Central

  • Chicago Bulls: Traded to Spurs or Kings.
    • The Spurs will receive the most favorable of the Bulls’ and Pistons’ 2022 second-round picks; the Kings will receive the least favorable of the two picks.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Traded to Pelicans or Grizzlies.
    • The Pelicans will receive this pick as long as the Lakers’ 2022 first-round pick falls in the 11-30 range and is sent to the Grizzlies. If the Lakers’ first-rounder lands in the 1-10 range, the Pelicans would keep that pick and would send this Cavs second-rounder to the Grizzlies.
  • Detroit Pistons: Traded to Spurs or Kings.
    • The Spurs will receive the most favorable of the Bulls’ and Pistons’ 2022 second-round picks; the Kings will receive the least favorable of the two picks.
  • Indiana Pacers: Traded to Magic.
  • Milwaukee Bucks: Lost pick due to free agency gun-jumping.

Southeast

  • Atlanta Hawks: Traded to Kings (top-55 protected).
    • If this pick lands in its protected range, the Hawks’ obligation to the Kings would be extinguished.
  • Charlotte Hornets: Traded to Knicks (top-55 protected).
    • If this pick lands in its protected range, the Hornets’ obligation to the Knicks would be extinguished.
  • Miami Heat: Traded to Pacers.
  • Orlando Magic: Own pick.
  • Washington Wizards: Traded to Timberwolves.

Northwest

  • Denver Nuggets: Traded to Timberwolves or Heat.
    • The Timberwolves will receive the most favorable of the Nuggets’ and Sixers’ 2022 second-round picks; the Heat will receive the least favorable of the two picks. If the Heat’s own first-round pick lands in the top 14, Miami would forward the least favorable of these picks to the Rockets.
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Own pick.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Own pick.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Own pick.
  • Utah Jazz: Traded to Pelicans.

Pacific

  • Golden State Warriors: Own pick.
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Own pick.
  • Los Angeles Lakers: Traded to Spurs.
  • Phoenix Suns: Own pick.
  • Sacramento Kings: Traded to Pelicans (top-54 protected).
    • If this pick lands in its protected range, the Kings’ obligation to the Pelicans would be extinguished.

Southwest

  • Dallas Mavericks: Own pick.
  • Houston Rockets: Traded to Cavaliers.
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Traded to Jazz.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Own pick.
    • The Pelicans owe their 2022 first-round pick (top-14 protected) to Charlotte. If that pick lands in its protected range, New Orleans would send its 2022 second-rounder to the Hornets.
  • San Antonio Spurs: Traded to Cavaliers.

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

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