Second-round pick trade for 2023 NBA Draft

We’re using the space below to keep tabs on every NBA team’s second-round pick for 2023, continually updating it as needed throughout the year. Our list of traded first-round picks for 2023 can be found here.

We’ve listed all 30 teams here, so even if a team didn’t trade their second-round pick, it will be noted. We will also provide details of the protections for each traded pick, including what will happen to the pick in 2024 if it does not change hands in 2023.

Here’s the full status breakdown of each 2023 second-round pick:


Atlantic

  • Boston Celtics: Traded to Hornets Where Wizards.
    • The Hornets will receive this pick if he lands between 31 and 45; wizards will get it if it lands between 46 and 60. Whichever team doesn’t receive that pick will instead receive the Celtics’ 2024 second-round pick.
  • brooklyn nets: Exchange rights traded on falcons.
    • The Nets will either receive the Hawks’ 2023 second-round pick, the Hornets’ pick, or their own pick (whichever is less favorable).
  • New York Knicks: Traded to timber wolves.
  • Philadelphia 76ers: Own choice.
  • Toronto Raptors: Own choice.

Central

  • Chicago Bulls: Traded to Lakers.
  • Cleveland Cavaliers: Own choice.
    • The Cavaliers are eligible to trade their own 2023 second-round pick for the Warriors’ pick.
  • Detroit Pistons: Own choice.
  • Indiana Pacers: Traded to kings Where Spurs.
    • The Kings will receive this pick if he lands between 31 and 55; the Spurs will get him if he lands between 56 and 60. The Pacers’ obligation to team does not receive this choice will be extinguished.
  • Milwaukee dollars: Own choice.

South East

  • Atlanta Hawks: Exchange rights traded on Sixers.
    • The Sixers will receive either the Hornets’ 2023 second-round pick, the Hawks’ pick or the Nets’ pick (whichever is more favorable). The Hawks will receive the second most favorable of the three, and the Nets will receive the least favorable.
  • Charlotte Hornets: Traded to Sixers, falconsWhere Nets.
    • The Sixers will receive either the Hornets’ 2023 second-round pick, the Hawks’ pick or the Nets’ pick (whichever is more favorable). The Hawks will receive the second most favorable of the three, and the Nets will receive the least favorable.
  • miami heat: Traded to Thunder, Celtics, Pacers, NuggetsWhere Hornets.
    • Details described at the bottom of the story.
  • Orlando Magic: Traded to Celtics (top-55 protected).
    • If this pick lands in his protected range, the Magic’s obligation to the Celtics would be extinguished..
  • Washington Wizards: Traded to Thunder, NuggetsWhere Hornets.
    • Details described at the bottom of the story.

North West

  • Denver nuggets: Traded to Bulls (top-46 protected).
    • If that pick lands in his protected lineup, the Nuggets’ obligation to the Bulls would be extinguished; if it changes hands, it will be forfeited due to the Bulls’ weapon jump penalty in free agency.
  • Minnesota Timberwolves: Traded to Grizzlies.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Own choice.
    • The Thunder have the option to trade their own 2023 second round for a more favorable pick. Details described at the bottom of the story.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Traded to Celtics.
  • Utah Jazz: Traded to Hornets.

Peaceful

  • Golden State Warriors: Traded to riders Where deer.
    • The Cavaliers are eligible to trade their own 2023 second-round pick for the Warriors’ pick. The Bucks will receive the less favorable of the two picks.
  • Los Angeles Clippers: Own choice.
  • Los Angeles Lakers: Own choice.
  • Phoenix Suns: Own choice.
  • Sacramento Kings: Own choice.

South West

  • Dallas Mavericks: Traded to Thunder, Celtics, Pacers, NuggetsWhere Hornets.
    • Details described at the bottom of the story.
  • Houston Rockets: Traded to Celtics Where Pacers.
    • Details described at the bottom of the story.
  • Memphis Grizzlies: Own choice.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Traded to hawks (top-45 protected).
    • If this spike lands in his protected area, the Pelicans’ obligation to the Hawks would be extinguished..
  • San Antonio Spurs: Traded to Pacers (top-55 protected).
    • If this pick lands in his protected range, Spurs’ obligation to the Pacers would be extinguished.

Although the terms that apply to the majority of second-round picks traded this year are relatively simple, there is a quagmire involving selections from the Mavs, Heat, Wizards, Thunder and Rockets.

The Thunder, Celtics, Pacers, Nuggets and Hornets will each receive one of these picks, but the protections and trade rights are extremely complicated. Here’s our best attempt to break it all down:

The Thunder will receive the most favorable of the following 2023 second-round picks:

  1. their own choice
  2. Wizards’ choice.
  3. The choice of the Mavericks.
  4. The Heat’s choice.

The Nuggets will get the second most favorable of the following second-round picks in 2023, while Hornets will get the least favorable:

  1. The choice of the Thunder.
  2. Wizards’ choice.
  3. The most favorable of the Heat and Mavericks picks.

The Celtics will get the most favorable of the following second-round picks in 2023, while Pacers will get the least favorable:

  1. The choice of the Rockets (top-32 protected).
  2. The least favorable of the Heat and Mavericks picks.

Note: If the Rockets pick is No. 31 or No. 32, the Pacers would get it and the Celtics would get the least favorable of the Heat and Mavericks picks.

Do you have all that?

Just to be sure, let’s apply all of these conditions to a hypothetical draft based roughly on current projections for the 2022/23 season. Let’s say the Rockets’ pick comes in at No. 33, the Thunder’s pick at No. 34, the Wizards’ pick at No. 40, the Mavericks’ pick at No. 50, and the Heat’s pick at No. 52.

In this scenario, based on the scenarios outlined above, the Celtics would get the Houston pick, the Thunder would retain their own pick, the Nuggets would get the Washington pick, the Hornets would get the Dallas pick, and the Pacers would get the Dallas pick. Miami.

However, if we hypothetically push Houston’s pick to No. 32, it would be Indiana who would receive that pick, while the Celtics would get the Heat’s pick 20 spots later – in other words, the Pacers will be rooting. for Houston to be tough. a bottom-two team this season, while Boston will want to see the Rockets avoid that fate.


Information from RealGM was used in the creation of this post.

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