NBA draft trade roundup: Which teams are making big moves?
The 2015 NBA draft could feature a number of interesting trades involving picks and players. Keep up with all the latest transactions here. In addition, check all the newest rumors, team needs and potential sleeper prospects.
• The Minnesota Timberwolves will acquire Duke point guard Tyus Jones in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
• The Washington Wizards reportedly are trading the No. 19 pick in this year's draft and two future second-round picks to the Atlanta Hawks for Kansas forward Kelly Oubre.
• The Brooklyn Nets reportedly traded two future second-round picks to the Charlotte Hornets for forward Juan Valet, the No. 39 pick in Thursday's draft.
• The New York Knicks reportedly traded two future second-round picks to the Philadelphia 76ers for Guillermo Hernangomez, the No. 35 pick in Thursday's draft.
• The New York Knicks reportedly are sending shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Hawks for Notre Dame point guard Jerian Grant. The Wizards selected Grant for the Hawks with the No. 19 pick in this year's draft.
• The Bucks have acquired guard Greivis Vasquez in a trade with the Raptors. In the deal, Milwaukee will send Toronto a lottery-protected first-round pick in the 2017 draft, via the Los Angeles Clippers, as well as a second-round pick in Thursday's draft.
• The Memphis Grizzlies reportedly traded power forward Jon Leuer to the Phoenix Suns for Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison, the No. 44 pick in Thursday's draft.
• The Portland Trail Blazers traded small forward Nicolas Batum to the Charlotte Hornets for power forward Noah Vonleh and shooting guard Gerald Henderson.
• The Memphis Grizzlies traded guard Luke Ridnour to the Charlotte Hornets for small forward Matt Barnes. The Hornets then traded Ridnour and a 2016 second-round pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for shooting guard Jeremy Lamb.