The 2019 NBA Draft is finally here. With its arrival, the landscape is set to change not only by the influx of talent entering the league, but also by the teams selecting the players.
Teams are likely to begin swapping draft picks and maneuvering around different points in the draft well before commissioner Adam Silver calls the name of the first player selected off the board.
Below, we'll keep you updated on all of those reported trades and pick swaps that occur as the night goes on.
NBA Draft trades:
This post will be updated as transactions are reported and occur.
• The Nuggets acquired Bol Bol from the Heat, who selected him with the No. 44 pick.
• The Lakersacquired the No. 46 pick from the Magic in exchange for a future pick and money.
• The Hawksacquired the No. 34 pick from the Sixers in exchange for the No. 57 pick and two future second rounders.
• The Heatacquired the No. 32 pick from the Pacers in exchange for three second-round picks.
• The Wizards acquired Jonathan Simmons and the No. 42 pick from the 76ers.
• The Cavaliersacquired the No. 30 pick from the Pistons in exchange for four second-round picks and cash.
• The Clippers acquired the No. 27 pick from the Nets in exchange for the No. 56 pick and the Sixers' 2020 first-round pick.
• The Celticsselected Washington's Mattise Thybulle with the No. 20 pick and traded him to the Sixers in exchange for the Nos. 24 and 33 picks.
• The Timberwolves acquired the No. 6 pick from the Suns in exchange for the No. 11 pick and Dario Saric.
• The Pelicans acquired the Nos. 8, 17 and 35 pick from the Hawks in exchange for the Nos. 4 and 57 picks, a future second-round pick and Solomon Hill.
• The Pacersacquired TJ Warren and the No. 32 pick from the Suns in exchange for cash.
• The Warriorsacquired the No. 41 pick in Thursday's draft, sending $1.3 million and a 2024 second-round pick to the Hawks.
• The Bucks traded the No. 30 pick and wing Tony Snell to the Pistons in exchange for forward Jon Leuer.
• The Hawks traded the No. 44 pick to the Heat for a 2024 conditional second-round pick and cash considerations worth a reported $1.88 million.
• The Jazztraded the No. 23 pick, Grayson Allen, Kyle Korver, Jae Crowder, and a future first-round pick to the Grizzlies in exchange for Mike Conley.