Saturday, August 27th, 2011

2011 NBA Draft Trades and Winners

Published on June 24, 2011 by Scott Shirley   ·   2 Comments

There were so many trades last night at the NBA draft; it was hard to keep track of them at the time. So here is a recap of all the trades from last night. After each trade I picked which team got the best of the deal.

Bobcats, Bucks, and Kings

Charlotte gets: Corey Maggette, No. 7 pick (Bismack Biyombo)

Milwaukee gets: Stephen Jackson, Beno Udrih, Shaun Livingston, No. 19 pick (Tobias Harris)

Sacramento gets: No. 10 pick (Jimmer Fredette), John Salmons

Winner: Milwaukee

Pacers and Spurs

Indiana gets: George Hill

San Antonio gets: No. 15 pick (Kawhi Leonard), No. 42 pick (Davis Bertans), 2005 No. 46 pick (Erazem Lorbek)

Winner: Indiana

Rockets and Timberwolves

Minnesota gets: Brad Miller, No. 23 pick (Nikola Mirotic), No. 38 pick (Chandler Parsons), future first-round pick

Houston gets: Jonny Flynn, No. 20 pick (Donatas Motiejunas)

Winner: Houston

Nets and Celtics

New Jersey gets: No. 25 pick (MarShon Brooks)

Boston gets: No. 27 pick (JaJuan Johnson), 2014 second-round pick

Winner: New Jersey

Blazers, Nuggets, and Mavericks

Portland gets: Raymond Felton, No. 57 pick (Tanguy Ngombo)

Denver gets: Andre Miller, No. 26 pick (Jordan Hamilton), future second-round pick

Dallas gets: Rudy Fernandez, 2007 No. 30 pick (Petteri Koponen)

Winner: Portland

Timerwolves and Heat

Minnesota gets: No. 31 pick (Bojan Bogdanovic)

Miami gets: The rights to guard Norris Cole (No. 28 pick)

Winner: Miami

Cavaliers and Magic

Cleveland gets: Two future second-round picks

Orlando gets: No. 32 pick (Justin Harper)

Winner: Magic

Bobcats and Warriors

Golden State gets: No. 39 pick (Jeremy Tyler)

Charlotte gets: Cash considerations

Winner Golden State

Knicks and Hornets

New York gets: No. 45 pick (Josh Harrellson)

New Orleans gets: Cash considerations

Winner: New York

Lakers and Nuggets

Lakers gets: Future second-round pick

Nuggets gets: No. 56 pick (Chukwudiebere Maduabum)

Winner: Lakers


Readers Comments (2)

  1. Kris says:

    I agree I love this deal for Portland. Felton is a top 10 point guard in this league as shown by his play with New York last year.

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