JULY 30: The trade is now official, according to a press release from the Bucks.
Isaiah Todd was selected with the No. 31 pick, but he’s being rerouted to the Wizards along with Aaron Holiday in a separate trade. The Bucks, meanwhile, used the No. 54 pick on Sandro Mamukelashvili and the No. 60 selection on Georgios Kalaitzakis.
JULY 29: The Bucks have agreed to trade the No. 31 pick in tonight’s draft to the Pacers, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link), who reports that Milwaukee is received the Nos. 54 and 60 picks in return, along with two future second-round picks.
The Bucks had entered the night with only the No. 31 pick, having agreed to swap their first-round selection for Houston’s second-rounder in the P.J. Tucker trade at this year’s deadline. They’ll now have a pair of picks right near the end of the draft, which they could use to select a potential two-way player or low-cost roster player.
The Pacers, meanwhile, give up a couple future picks in order to move up to the top of the second round tonight. They now control the 13th and 31st overall selections.
According to Eric Nehm of The Athletic (Twitter link), the two future second-rounders Milwaukee receives will be as follows:
- Either Indiana’s 2024 second-round pick or the less favorable of Cleveland’s and Utah’s 2024 second-round picks (whichever is most favorable).
- Either Indiana’s 2026 second-round pick or Miami’s 2026 second-round pick (whichever is most favorable).