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The 2012 NBA Draft was held on June 28, 2012, at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The draft started at 7:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (2300 UTC), and was broadcast in the United States on ESPN. In this draft, National Basketball Association (NBA) teams took turns selecting amateur U.S. college basketball players and other eligible players, including international players. This draft marked the first time that the first two players selected were from the same school (Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist were teammates at Kentucky).[1] It also set a record of having six players from one school (Kentucky) being selected in the two rounds of the draft and was the first draft to have the first three selections be college freshmen all from the same conference, the Southeastern Conference. Not only that, but it also featured the oldest player to ever get selected in an NBA draft, with Bernard James being 27 years old at the time of the draft. Of the players drafted, 30 are forwards, 21 are guards, and 9 are centers.

2012 NBA draft
2012 NBA Draft logo.jpg
General information
SportBasketball
Date(s)June 28, 2012
LocationPrudential Center, Newark, New Jersey
Network(s)ESPN, TSN
Overview
60 total selections in 2 rounds
LeagueNBA
First selectionAnthony Davis, New Orleans Hornets
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2013 →

The 2012 NBA draft marked the first appearance of the Brooklyn Nets. This draft also marks the last draft appearance for the New Orleans Hornets. After the 2012–13 season, the franchise was renamed as the New Orleans Pelicans. New Orleans made their first draft appearance as the Pelicans in 2013.

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Draft selectionsEdit

PG Point guard SG Shooting guard SF Small forward PF Power forward C Center
* Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game and All-NBA Team
+ Denotes player who has been selected for at least one All-Star Game
# Denotes player who never appeared in an NBA regular season or playoff game
~ Denotes player who has been selected as Rookie of the Year
 
Anthony Davis was selected first by the New Orleans Hornets.
 
Bradley Beal was selected third by the Washington Wizards.
 
Damian Lillard was selected sixth by the Portland Trail Blazers.
 
Harrison Barnes was selected seventh by the Golden State Warriors.
 
Terrence Ross was selected eighth by the Toronto Raptors.
 
Andre Drummond was selected ninth by the Detroit Pistons.
 
Draymond Green was selected thirty-fifth overall by the Golden State Warriors.
 
Khris Middleton was selected thirty-ninth by the Detroit Pistons.
Round Pick Player Position Nationality[n 1] Team School/club team
1 1 Anthony Davis* PF/C   United States New Orleans Hornets Kentucky (Fr.)
1 2 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist SF   United States Charlotte Bobcats Kentucky (Fr.)
1 3 Bradley Beal+ SG   United States Washington Wizards Florida (Fr.)
1 4 Dion Waiters SG   United States Cleveland Cavaliers Syracuse (So.)
1 5 Thomas Robinson PF   United States Sacramento Kings Kansas (Jr.)
1 6 Damian Lillard*~ PG   United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Brooklyn)[a] Weber St. (Jr.)
1 7 Harrison Barnes SF   United States Golden State Warriors North Carolina (So.)
1 8 Terrence Ross SG   United States Toronto Raptors Washington (So.)
1 9 Andre Drummond* C   United States Detroit Pistons Connecticut (Fr.)
1 10 Austin Rivers SG   United States New Orleans Hornets (from Minnesota via L.A. Clippers)[b] Duke (Fr.)
1 11 Meyers Leonard C   United States Portland Trail Blazers Illinois (So.)
1 12 Jeremy Lamb SG   United States Houston Rockets (from Milwaukee)[c] Connecticut (So.)
1 13 Kendall Marshall PG   United States Phoenix Suns North Carolina (So.)
1 14 John Henson PF   United States Milwaukee Bucks (from Houston)[c] North Carolina (Jr.)
1 15 Maurice Harkless SF   Puerto Rico[n 2] Philadelphia 76ers St. John's (Fr.)
1 16 Royce White PF   United States Houston Rockets (from New York)[d] Iowa St. (So.)
1 17 Tyler Zeller C   United States Dallas Mavericks (traded to Cleveland)[A] North Carolina (Sr.)
1 18 Terrence Jones PF   United States Houston Rockets (from Utah via Minnesota)[e] Kentucky (So.)
1 19 Andrew Nicholson PF   Canada Orlando Magic St. Bonaventure (Sr.)
1 20 Evan Fournier SG   France Denver Nuggets Poitiers Basket (France)
1 21 Jared Sullinger PF   United States Boston Celtics Ohio St. (So.)
1 22 Fab Melo C   Brazil Boston Celtics (from L.A. Clippers via Oklahoma City)[f] Syracuse (So.)
1 23 John Jenkins SG   United States Atlanta Hawks Vanderbilt (Jr.)
1 24 Jared Cunningham SG   United States Cleveland Cavaliers (from L.A. Lakers,[g] traded to Dallas)[A] Oregon St. (Jr.)
1 25 Tony Wroten PG   United States Memphis Grizzlies Washington (Fr.)
1 26 Miles Plumlee C   United States Indiana Pacers Duke (Sr.)
1 27 Arnett Moultrie PF   United States Miami Heat (traded to Philadelphia)[B] Mississippi St. (Jr.)
1 28 Perry Jones III SF   United States Oklahoma City Thunder Baylor (So.)
1 29 Marquis Teague PG   United States Chicago Bulls Kentucky (Fr.)
1 30 Festus Ezeli C   Nigeria Golden State Warriors (from San Antonio)[h] Vanderbilt (Sr.)
2 31 Jeffery Taylor SF   Sweden Charlotte Bobcats Vanderbilt (Sr.)
2 32 Tomáš Satoranský SG   Czech Republic Washington Wizards Banca Cívica Sevilla (Spain)
2 33 Bernard James C   United States Cleveland Cavaliers (traded to Dallas)[A] Florida St. (Sr.)
2 34 Jae Crowder SF   United States Cleveland Cavaliers (from New Orleans via Miami,[i] traded to Dallas)[A] Marquette (Sr.)
2 35 Draymond Green* PF   United States Golden State Warriors (from Brooklyn)[j] Michigan St. (Sr.)
2 36 Orlando Johnson SG   United States Sacramento Kings (traded to Indiana)[C] UC Santa Barbara (Sr.)
2 37 Quincy Acy PF   United States Toronto Raptors Baylor (Sr.)
2 38 Quincy Miller SF   United States Denver Nuggets (from Golden State via New York)[k] Baylor (Fr.)
2 39 Khris Middleton+ SF   United States Detroit Pistons Texas A&M (Jr.)
2 40 Will Barton SG   United States Portland Trail Blazers (from Minnesota via Houston)[l] Memphis (So.)
2 41 Tyshawn Taylor PG   United States Portland Trail Blazers (traded to Brooklyn)[D] Kansas (Sr.)
2 42 Doron Lamb SG   United States Milwaukee Bucks Kentucky (So.)
2 43 Mike Scott PF   United States Atlanta Hawks (from Phoenix)[m] Virginia (Sr.)
2 44 Kim English SG   United States Detroit Pistons (from Houston)[n] Missouri (Sr.)
2 45 Justin Hamilton C   United States Philadelphia 76ers (traded to Miami)[B] LSU (Jr.)
2 46 Darius Miller SF   United States New Orleans Hornets (from Dallas via Washington)[o] Kentucky (Sr.)
2 47 Kevin Murphy SG   United States Utah Jazz Tennessee Tech (Sr.)
2 48 Kostas Papanikolaou SF   Greece New York Knicks Olympiacos (Greece)
2 49 Kyle O'Quinn PF   United States Orlando Magic Norfolk St. (Sr.)
2 50 İzzet Türkyılmaz# PF   Turkey Denver Nuggets Banvit (Turkey)
2 51 Kris Joseph SF   Canada Boston Celtics Syracuse (Sr.)
2 52 Ognjen Kuzmić C   Serbia[n 3] Golden State Warriors (from Atlanta)[p] Clinicas Rincón (Spain)
2 53 Furkan Aldemir PF   Turkey Los Angeles Clippers Galatasaray (Turkey)
2 54 Tornike Shengelia SF   Georgia Philadelphia 76ers (from Memphis,[q] traded to Brooklyn)[E] Spirou Charleroi (Belgium)
2 55 Darius Johnson-Odom SG   United States Dallas Mavericks (from L.A. Lakers,[r] traded back to the L.A. Lakers)[F] Marquette (Sr.)
2 56 Tomislav Zubčić# PF   Croatia Toronto Raptors (from Indiana)[s] Cibona Zagreb (Croatia)
2 57 İlkan Karaman# PF   Turkey Brooklyn Nets (from Miami)[t] Pınar Karşıyaka (Turkey)
2 58 Robbie Hummel SF   United States Minnesota Timberwolves (from Oklahoma City)[u] Purdue (Sr.)
2 59 Marcus Denmon# PG   United States San Antonio Spurs Missouri (Sr.)
2 60 Robert Sacre C   Canada[n 4] Los Angeles Lakers (from Chicago via Milwaukee and Brooklyn)[v] Gonzaga (Sr.)
  1. ^ Nationality indicates the player's national team or representative nationality. If a player has not competed at the international level, then the nationality indicates the national team which the player is eligible to represent according to FIBA rules.
  2. ^ Maurice Harkless was born and raised in the United States, his maternal grandfather is Puerto Rican. He has committed to represent Puerto Rico internationally since 2014.[6]
  3. ^ Ognjen Kuzmić was born in SR Bosnia-Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina), but has represented Serbia internationally since 2014.[30]
  4. ^ Robert Sacre was born in the United States to an American father and a Canadian mother. He has represented Canada internationally since 2010.[38]

Notable undrafted playersEdit

These players were not selected in the 2012 NBA Draft but have played at least one game in the NBA.

Player Position Nationality School/club team
Kent Bazemore SG/SF   United States Old Dominion (Sr.)
Drew Gordon PF   United States New Mexico (Sr.)
JaMychal Green PF/C   United States Alabama (Sr.)
Jorge Gutiérrez PG/SG   Mexico California (Sr.)
Mike James PG   United States Lamar (Sr.)
Chris Johnson SF/SG   United States Dayton (Sr.)
DeQuan Jones SF/SG   United States Miami (FL) (Sr.)
Kevin Jones PF   United States West Virginia (Sr.)
Nicolás Laprovíttola PG   Argentina Club Atlético Lanús (Argentina)
Scott Machado PG   United States
  Brazil
Iona (Sr.)
Josh Magette PG   United States Alabama–Huntsville (Sr.)
Tony Mitchell SF   United States Alabama (Jr.)
Toure' Murry SG/PG   United States Wichita State (Sr.)
James Nunnally SF/SG   United States UC Santa Barbara (Sr.)
Jonathon Simmons SG/SF   United States Houston (Jr.)
Henry Sims PF/C   United States Georgetown (Sr.)
Chris Smith PG   United States Louisville (Sr.)
Hollis Thompson SF/SG   United States Georgetown (Jr.)
Casper Ware PG   United States Long Beach State (Sr.)
Maalik Wayns PG   United States Villanova (Jr.)
C. J. Williams SG   United States NC State (Sr.)

Eligibility rulesEdit

The draft was conducted under the eligibility rules established in the league's now-expired 2005 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with its players union. The CBA that ended the 2011 lockout instituted no immediate changes to the draft, but called for a committee of owners and players to discuss future changes.[42] As of 2011, the basic eligibility rules for the draft are listed below.

  • All drafted players must be at least 19 years old during the calendar year of the draft. In terms of dates, players eligible for the 2012 draft must be born on or before December 31, 1993.[43]
  • Any player who is not an "international player", as defined in the CBA, must be at least one year removed from the graduation of his high school class.[43] The CBA defines "international players" as players who permanently resided outside the U.S. for three years prior to the draft, did not complete high school in the U.S., and have never enrolled at a U.S. college or university.[44]

The basic requirement for automatic eligibility for a U.S. player is the completion of his college eligibility.[45] Players who meet the CBA definition of "international players" are automatically eligible if their 22nd birthday falls during or before the calendar year of the draft (i.e., born on or before December 31, 1990).[46] U.S. players who were at least one year removed from their high school graduation and have played minor-league basketball with a team outside the NBA are also automatically eligible.

A player who is not automatically eligible must declare his eligibility for the draft by notifying the NBA offices in writing no later than 60 days before the draft.[47][48] For the 2012 draft, this date fell on April 29. Under NCAA rules, players will only have until April 10 to withdraw from the draft and maintain their college eligibility.[49]

A player who has hired an agent will forfeit his remaining college eligibility, regardless of whether he is drafted. Also, while the CBA allows a player to withdraw from the draft twice, the NCAA mandates that a player who has declared twice loses his college eligibility.

EntrantsEdit

Early entrantsEdit

On May 3, 2012, the league announced a list of 67 early entry candidates which consists of 50 collegiate players and 17 international players.[50] At the withdrawal deadline, 11 early entry candidates withdrew from the draft, leaving 49 collegiate players and 7 international players as the early entry candidates for the draft.[51]

College underclassmenEdit

(All players are Americans except as indicated)

International playersEdit

Player Position Nationality Team
Furkan Aldemir F/C   Turkey Galatasaray (Turkey)
Evan Fournier G/F   France Poitiers Basket 86 (France)
Josep Franch G   Spain Murcia (Spain)
Alen Omić C   Slovenia Zlatorog (Slovenia)
Tomáš Satoranský G   Czech Republic Banca Cívica (Spain)
Tornike Shengelia F   Georgia Spirou Charleroi (Belgium)
Mathieu Wojciechowski F   France BCM Gravelines (France)

Automatically eligible entrantsEdit

Players who do not meet the criteria for "international" players are automatically eligible if they meet any of the following criteria:[45]

  • They have completed 4 years of their college eligibility.
  • If they graduated from high school in the U.S., but did not enroll in a U.S. college or university, four years have passed since their high school class graduated.
  • They have signed a contract with a professional basketball team outside of the NBA, anywhere in the world, and have played under that contract.

Players who meet the criteria for "international" players are automatically eligible if they meet any of the following criteria:

  • They are least 22 years old during the calendar year of the draft. In terms of dates, players born on or before December 31, 1990, are automatically eligible for the 2012 draft.[46]
  • They have signed a contract with a professional basketball team outside of the NBA within the United States, and have played under that contract.[53]

Draft lotteryEdit

The first 14 picks in the draft belong to teams that miss the playoffs; the order was determined through a lottery. The lottery determined the three teams that will obtain the first three picks on the draft. The remaining first-round picks and the second-round picks were assigned to teams in reverse order of their win-loss record in the previous season.

The lottery was held on May 30, 2012, in the Disney/ABC Times Square Studio in New York City.[54] The New Orleans Hornets won the rights to the first overall selection with a 13.7% chance to win. The Hornets were a league-owned team at the time, leading to continued conspiracy theories about the lottery process.[55][56][57][58] The Charlotte Bobcats, who had the worst record and the biggest chance to win the lottery, won the second overall pick.

Below were the chances for each team to get specific picks in the 2012 draft lottery, rounded to three decimal places.

^ Denotes the actual lottery results
Team 2011–12
record
Lottery
chances
Pick
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th
Charlotte Bobcats 7–59 250 .250 .215^ .177 .358
Washington Wizards 20–46 199 .199 .188 .171^ .319 .124
Cleveland Cavaliers 21–45 138 .138 .143 .145 .238^ .290 .046
New Orleans Hornets 21–45 137 .137^ .141 .145 .085 .323 .156 .013
Sacramento Kings 22–44 76 .076 .084 .095 .262^ .385 .094 .004
Brooklyn Nets1[›] 22–44 75 .075 .083 .094 .414^ .294 .039 .001
Golden State Warriors 23–43 36 .036 .042 .049 .600^ .253 .021 .000
Toronto Raptors 23–43 35 .035 .040 .048 .704^ .165 .008 .000
Detroit Pistons 25–41 17 .017 .020 .024 .813^ .122 .004 .000
Minnesota Timberwolves2[›] 26–40 11 .011 .013 .016 .870^ .089 .002 .000
Portland Trail Blazers 28–38 8 .008 .009 .012 .907^ .063 .001 .000
Milwaukee Bucks 31–35 7 .007 .008 .010 .935^ .039 .000
Phoenix Suns 33–33 6 .006 .007 .009 .960^ .018
Houston Rockets 34–32 5 .005 .006 .007 .982^

^ 1: Brooklyn Nets' pick was conveyed to the Portland Trail Blazers.[a]
^ 2: Minnesota Timberwolves' pick was conveyed to the New Orleans Hornets via the Los Angeles Clippers.[b]

Invited attendeesEdit

The NBA annually invites 10-15 players to sit in the so-called "green room", a special room set aside at the draft site for the invited players plus their families and agents. This season, the following 14 players were invited (listed alphabetically).[59] All players represented the United States of America.

Trades involving draft picksEdit

Pre-draft tradesEdit

Prior to the day of the draft, the following trades were made and resulted in exchanges of draft picks between the teams.

  1. ^ a b On March 15, 2012, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired Mehmet Okur, Shawne Williams and a future conditional first-round draft pick (the 6th pick) from the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) in exchange for Gerald Wallace.[2]
  2. ^ a b On December 14, 2011, the New Orleans Hornets acquired Eric Gordon, Al-Farouq Aminu, Chris Kaman and Minnesota Timberwolves' 2012 first-round draft pick (the 10th pick) from the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Chris Paul and two 2015 second-round draft picks.[3] Previously, on August 12, 2005, the Clippers acquired Sam Cassell and a future conditional first-round draft pick from the Timberwolves in exchange for Marko Jarić and Lionel Chalmers.[4]
  3. ^ a b On June 27, 2012, the Houston Rockets acquired Jon Brockman, Jon Leuer, Shaun Livingston and the 12th pick from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Samuel Dalembert and the 14th pick.[5]
  4. ^ On February 18, 2010, the Houston Rockets acquired Jordan Hill, Jared Jeffries, a future conditional first-round draft pick (the 16th pick) and the option to swap 2011 first-round draft picks from the New York Knicks in a three-team trade with the Knicks and the Sacramento Kings.[7]
  5. ^ On June 26, 2012, the Houston Rockets acquired the 18th pick from the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Chase Budinger and the draft rights to Lior Eliyahu.[9] Previously, on July 14, 2010, the Timberwolves acquired Kosta Koufos, 2011 and 2012 conditional first-round draft picks from the Utah Jazz in exchange for Al Jefferson.[10]
  6. ^ On February 24, 2011, the Boston Celtics acquired Jeff Green, Nenad Krstić and Los Angeles Clippers' first-round draft pick (the 22nd pick) from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson.[11] Previously, on June 24, 2010, the Thunder acquired a future conditional first-round draft pick from the Clippers in exchange for the draft rights to Eric Bledsoe.[12]
  7. ^ On March 15, 2012, the Cleveland Cavaliers acquired Jason Kapono, Luke Walton, a future conditional first-round draft pick (the 24th pick), the option to swap 2013 first-round draft picks and cash considerations from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga.[13]
  8. ^ On March 15, 2012, the Golden State Warriors acquired Richard Jefferson, T. J. Ford and a future conditional first-round draft pick (the 30th pick) from the San Antonio Spurs in exchange for Stephen Jackson.[15]
  9. ^ On July 9, 2010, the Cleveland Cavaliers acquired two future conditional first-round draft picks, Oklahoma City Thunder's future conditional second-round draft pick, New Orleans Hornets' 2012 second-round draft pick (the 34th pick) and the option to swap 2012 first-round draft picks from the Miami Heat in exchange for LeBron James.[16] Previously, on June 25, 2009, the Heat acquired 2010 and 2012 second-round draft picks from the Hornets in exchange for the draft rights to Marcus Thornton.[17]
  10. ^ On February 23, 2011, the Golden State Warriors acquired Troy Murphy and a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 35th pick) from the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) in exchange for Brandan Wright and Dan Gadzuric.[18]
  11. ^ On February 22, 2011, the Denver Nuggets acquired Wilson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Timofey Mozgov, a 2014 first-round draft pick, Golden State Warriors' 2012 (the 38th pick) and 2013 second-round draft picks, the option to swap 2016 first-round draft picks and cash considerations from the New York Knicks in a three-team trade with the Knicks and the Minnesota Timberwolves.[20] Previously, on July 9, 2010, the Knicks acquired Anthony Randolph, Kelenna Azubuike, Ronny Turiaf and two second-round draft picks from the Warriors in exchange for David Lee.[21][22]
  12. ^ On March 15, 2012, the Portland Trail Blazers acquired Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and Minnesota Timberwolves' second-round draft pick (the 40th pick) from the Houston Rockets in exchange for Marcus Camby.[23] Previously, on June 24, 2011, the Rockets acquired Jonny Flynn, the draft rights to Donatas Motiejūnas and a future conditional second-round draft pick from the Timberwolves in exchange for Brad Miller, the draft rights to Nikola Mirotić, the draft rights to Chandler Parsons and a future conditional first-round draft pick.[24]
  13. ^ On July 14, 2010, the Atlanta Hawks acquired a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 43rd pick) from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for Josh Childress.[26]
  14. ^ On June 25, 2009, the Detroit Pistons acquired a future conditional second-round draft pick (the 44th pick) and cash considerations from the Houston Rockets in exchange for the draft rights to Chase Budinger.[27]
  15. ^ On June 20, 2012, the New Orleans Hornets acquired Rashard Lewis and the 46th pick from the Washington Wizards in exchange for Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor.[28] Previously, on December 10, 2011, the Wizards acquired a 2012 second-round draft pick from the Dallas Mavericks in a three-team trade with the Mavericks and the New York Knicks.[29]
  16. ^ On March 15, 2012, the Golden State Warriors acquired a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 52nd pick) from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for cash considerations.[31]
  17. ^ On January 4, 2012, the Philadelphia 76ers acquired a future conditional second-round draft pick (the 54th pick) from the Memphis Grizzlies in a three-team trade with the Grizzlies and the New Orleans Hornets.[32]
  18. ^ On December 11, 2011, the Dallas Mavericks acquired Lamar Odom and a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 55th pick) from the Los Angeles Lakers in exchange for a future first-round draft pick.[33]
  19. ^ On March 15, 2012, the Toronto Raptors acquired a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 56th pick) and cash considerations from the Indiana Pacers in exchange for Leandro Barbosa.[35]
  20. ^ On January 5, 2009, the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) acquired Chris Quinn and a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 57th pick) from the Miami Heat in exchange for a future conditional second-round draft pick.[36]
  21. ^ On December 13, 2011, the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired Robert Vaden, a 2012 second-round draft pick (the 58th pick) and a future conditional second-round draft pick from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Lazar Hayward.[37]
  22. ^ On December 15, 2010, the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Joe Smith, Golden State Warriors' 2011 second-round draft pick and Chicago Bulls' 2012 second-round draft pick (the 60th pick) from the New Jersey Nets (now Brooklyn Nets) in a three-team trade with the Nets and the Houston Rockets.[39] Previously, on June 25, 2010, the Nets acquired the second-round draft pick from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Chris Douglas-Roberts.[40] Previously, on February 18, 2010, the Bucks acquired John Salmons, 2011 and 2012 second-round draft picks and the option to swap 2010 first-round draft picks from the Bulls in exchange for Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander.[41]

Draft-day tradesEdit

The following trades involving drafted players were made on the day of the draft

  1. ^ a b c d The Cleveland Cavaliers acquired Kelenna Azubuike and the draft rights to 17th pick Tyler Zeller from the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for the draft rights to 24th pick Jared Cunningham, 33rd pick Bernard James and 34th pick Jae Crowder.[8]
  2. ^ a b The Philadelphia 76ers acquired the draft rights to 27th pick Arnett Moultrie from the Miami Heat in exchange for the draft rights to 45th pick Justin Hamilton and a future first-round draft pick.[14]
  3. ^ The Indiana Pacers acquired the draft rights to 36th pick Orlando Johnson from the Sacramento Kings in exchange for cash considerations.[19]
  4. ^ The Brooklyn Nets acquired the draft rights to 41st pick Tyshawn Taylor from the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for cash considerations.[25]
  5. ^ The Brooklyn Nets acquired the draft rights to 54th pick Tornike Shengelia from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for cash considerations.[25]
  6. ^ The Los Angeles Lakers acquired the draft rights to 55th pick Darius Johnson-Odom from the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for cash considerations.[34]

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