2014 NBA draft trade roundup
There was plenty of wheeling and dealing during Thursday's night NBA draft. Below is a roundup of every trade that took place during the festivities:
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- The Magic and 76ers agreed to a trade that will send Elfrid Payton to Orlando for the rights to Dario Saric, a future first-round pick and a 2015 second-rounder.
- The Heat traded their first-round pick (No. 26, P.J. Hairston) and two second-rounders to Charlotte for No. 24 pick Shabazz Napier. The Hornets also traded guard Semaj Christon, who was selected by Miami, to the Thunder.
- The Nuggets agreed to trade forward Doug McDermott to the Bulls for the No. 16 (Jusuf Nurkic) and No. 19 (Gary Harris) picks.
- The Grizzlies agreed to trade a 2016 second-round pick to the Jazz for forward Jarnell Stokes.
- The Hawks traded a future second-round pick to the Bucks for guard Lamar Patterson.
- The Sixers agreed to trade guard Russ Smith to the Pelicans for the rights to point guard Pierre Jackson.
- The Nets sent cash to the Timberwolves for the draft rights to guard Markel Brown.
- The Knicks drafted power forward/center Louis Labeyrie after acquiring the No. 57 pick from the Pacers.
- The Spurs traded the No. 58 (shooting guard Jordan McRae) and No. 60 picks (forward Cory Jefferson, who was later traded to the Nets) to the Sixers for the rights to shooting guard Nemanja Dangubic.
- The Hornets traded No. 45 pick Dwight Powell and center Brendan Haywood to the Cavaliers for small forward Alonzo Gee.
- The Nets obtained the draft rights to guard Xavier Thames and forward Cory Jefferson.
- The Lakers acquired the rights to No. 46 pick Jordan Clarkson in a trade with the Wizards.
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- The Magic and Nuggets agreed to a trade that will send guard Arron Afflalo to the Nuggets for guard Evan Fournier and the No. 56 pick (Devyn Marble).
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