List of 2018–19 NBA season transactions

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This is a list of transactions that have taken place during the off-season and the 2018–19 NBA season.

Retirement[edit]

Date Name Team(s) played (years) Age Notes Ref.
May 10 Nick Collison Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder (20032018) 37 Played his entire career with one franchise. [1]
May 25 Mo Williams Utah Jazz (2003–2004; 2012–2013)
Milwaukee Bucks (2004–2008)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2008–2011; 2015-2016)
Los Angeles Clippers (2011–2012)
Portland Trail Blazers (2013–2014)
Minnesota Timberwolves (2014–2015)
Charlotte Hornets (2015)
35 NBA champion (2016)
NBA All-Star (2009)
Became an assistant coach for Cal State Northridge
[2]
July 13 P. J. Hairston Charlotte Hornets (2014–2016)
Memphis Grizzlies (2016)
25 Also played in NBA G League [3]
July 17 Roy Hibbert Indiana Pacers (2008–2015)
Los Angeles Lakers (2015–2016)
Charlotte Hornets (2016–2017)
Denver Nuggets (2017)
31 NBA All-Star (2012, 2014)
NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2014)
[4]
August 27 Manu Ginóbili San Antonio Spurs (2002–2018) 41 NBA champion (2003, 2005, 2007, 2014)
NBA All-Star (2005, 2011)
All-NBA Third Team (2008, 2011)
NBA Sixth Man of the Year (2008)
NBA All-Rookie Team (2003)
[5]
August 30 David West New Orleans Hornets[a] (2003–2011)
Indiana Pacers (2011–2015)
San Antonio Spurs (2015–2016)
Golden State Warriors (2016–2018)
38 NBA champion (2017, 2018)
NBA All-Star (2008, 2009)
[6]
September 6 Boris Diaw Atlanta Hawks (2003–2005)
Phoenix Suns (2005–2008)
Charlotte Hornets (2008–2012)
San Antonio Spurs (2012–2016)
Utah Jazz (2016–2017)
36 NBA champion (2014)
NBA Most Improved Player Award (2006)
Also played overseas
[7]
September 24 Mike Dunleavy Jr. Golden State Warriors (2002–2007)
Indiana Pacers (2007–2011)
Milwaukee Bucks (2011–2013)
Chicago Bulls (2013–2016)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2016–2017)
Atlanta Hawks (2017)
38 Hired as Pro scout by the Golden State Warriors [8]
September 27 Mirza Teletović Brooklyn Nets (2012–2015)
Phoenix Suns (2015–2016)
Milwaukee Bucks (2016–2018)
33 Also played overseas [9]
October 13 Richard Jefferson New Jersey Nets (2001–2008)
Milwaukee Bucks (2008–2009)
San Antonio Spurs (2009–2012)
Golden State Warriors (2012–2013)
Utah Jazz (2013–2014)
Dallas Mavericks (2014–2015)
Cleveland Cavaliers (2015–2017)
Denver Nuggets (2017–2018)
38 NBA champion (2016) [10]

Front office movements[edit]

Head coach changes[edit]

Off-season
Departure date Team Outgoing head coach Reason for departure Hire date Incoming head coach Last coaching position Ref.
April 12 New York Knicks Jeff Hornacek Fired May 7 David Fizdale Memphis Grizzlies head coach (20162017) [11][12]
April 12 Orlando Magic Frank Vogel Fired May 30 Steve Clifford Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets head coach (20132018) [13][14]
April 13 Charlotte Hornets Steve Clifford Fired May 10 James Borrego San Antonio Spurs assistant coach (20152018) [15][16]
April 25 Atlanta Hawks Mike Budenholzer Mutually agreed to part ways. May 11 Lloyd Pierce Philadelphia 76ers assistant coach (20132018) [17][18]
April 29 Phoenix Suns Jay Triano (interim) Was not named permanent head coach. May 2 Igor Kokoškov Utah Jazz assistant coach (20152018) [19][20]
May 7 Detroit Pistons Stan Van Gundy Fired June 11 Dwane Casey Toronto Raptors head coach (20112018) [21][22]
May 11 Toronto Raptors Dwane Casey Fired June 14 Nick Nurse Toronto Raptors assistant coach (20132018) [23][24]
May 17 Milwaukee Bucks Joe Prunty (interim) Was not named permanent head coach. May 17 Mike Budenholzer Atlanta Hawks head coach (20132018) [25]

General manager changes[edit]

Offseason
Departure date Team Outgoing general manager(s) Reason for departure Hire date Incoming general manager(s) Last managerial position(s) Ref.
June 1 Detroit Pistons Jeff Bower Fired [26]
June 7
September 20
Philadelphia 76ers Bryan Colangelo
Brett Brown (interim)
Resigned
Demoted
September 20 Elton Brand Delaware 87ers/Blue Coats general manager (2017–2018) [27][28]
October 8 Phoenix Suns Ryan McDonough Fired October 8 James Jones (interim)
Trevor Bukstein (interim)
Phoenix Suns VP of basketball operations (2017–present)
Phoenix Suns assistant general manager (2013–present)
[29]

Player movements[edit]

Trades[edit]

June
June 21
(Draft-day trades)
To Dallas Mavericks
To Atlanta Hawks
  • Draft rights to Trae Young (#5)
  • 2019 Dallas protected first-round pick[b]
[30][31]
To Phoenix Suns
To Philadelphia 76ers
  • Draft rights to Zhaire Smith (#16)
  • 2021 Miami first-round pick
[32][31]
To Los Angeles Clippers
To Charlotte Hornets
  • Draft rights to Miles Bridges (#12)
  • 2020 Cleveland second-round pick
  • 2021 LA Clippers second-round pick
[33][34][31]
To Charlotte Hornets
To Atlanta Hawks
  • 2019 Charlotte second-round pick
  • 2023 Charlotte second-round pick
[34][31]
To Portland Trail Blazers
To Sacramento Kings
  • 2019 second-round pick[c]
  • 2021 Miami second-round pick
  • Cash considerations
[35][36][31]
To Detroit Pistons
To Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2021 Detroit second-round pick
  • 2023 Detroit second-round pick
[37][31]
To Denver Nuggets
To Orlando Magic
[38][31]
To Philadelphia 76ers
To Dallas Mavericks
[39]
June 26 To Los Angeles Clippers
To Washington Wizards
[40][41]
July
July 6 To Los Angeles Lakers
To Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2019 Chicago second-round pick
  • Cash considerations
[42][43][31]
To Brooklyn Nets
To Charlotte Hornets
[44][45][31]
To Philadelphia 76ers
  • Wilson Chandler
  • 2021 Denver second-round pick
  • Right to swap 2022 second-round pick
To Denver Nuggets
  • Cash considerations
[46][43][31]
To Oklahoma City Thunder
To Charlotte Hornets
  • 2019 Oklahoma City second-round pick
  • Cash considerations
[47][48][31]
July 7 Three-team trade [49][50][51][31]
To Charlotte Hornets
To Chicago Bulls
To Orlando Magic
July 13 To Brooklyn Nets
To Atlanta Hawks
  • Jeremy Lin
  • 2025 Brooklyn second-round pick
  • Right to swap 2023 second-round pick
[52][53][31]
To Brooklyn Nets
To Denver Nuggets
[54][55][31]
July 17 To Memphis Grizzlies
To Sacramento Kings
[56][57]
July 18 To Toronto Raptors
To San Antonio Spurs
[58][59]
July 20 To Brooklyn Nets
To Phoenix Suns
[60][61]
To Philadelphia 76ers
  • Cash considerations
To Phoenix Suns
[62][61]
To Oklahoma City Thunder
To Orlando Magic
[63]
July 23 To Oklahoma City Thunder
To Boston Celtics
[64][65]
To Memphis Grizzlies
To Orlando Magic
[66]
To Dallas Mavericks
To Los Angeles Clippers
[67][68]
July 25 Three-team trade [69][70][71][31]
To Oklahoma City Thunder
To Atlanta Hawks
To Philadelphia 76ers
August
August 2 To Houston Rockets
To Dallas Mavericks
  • Chinanu Onuaku
  • Cash considerations
  • Option to swap 2020 second-round draft picks
[72]
August 7 To Los Angeles Clippers
To Cleveland Cavaliers
[73][74]
August 31 To Houston Rockets
To Phoenix Suns
[75][76][77]
October
October 15 To Los Angeles Clippers
To New Orleans Pelicans
[78][79]
To Milwaukee Bucks
  • Jodie Meeks
  • A protected future second-round draft pick
  • Cash Considerations
To Washington Wizards
  • A protected future second-round draft pick
[80][81]

Free agency[edit]

Free agency negotiation began on Sunday, July 1, 2018. Players are allowed to sign new offers starting on July 6, after the July moratorium ended. The following players, who last played for an NBA team during the 2017–18 season, are scheduled to become free agents. All players became unrestricted free agents unless indicated otherwise. A restricted free agent's team has the right to keep the player by matching an offer sheet the player signs with another team.

Denotes unsigned players whose free-agent rights were renounced
Player Date signed New team Former team Ref
Derrick Jones Jr.**** (RFA) July 1 Miami Heat [82]
Thomas Bryant July 2 Washington Wizards
(Claimed off waivers)
Los Angeles Lakers
(Waived on June 30)
[83]
Brad Wanamaker Boston Celtics Fenerbahçe Doğuş (Turkey) [84]
Derrick Rose July 4 Minnesota Timberwolves [85]
Gary Clark July 5 Houston Rockets Cincinnati
(Undrafted in 2018)
[86]
Nik Stauskas Portland Trail Blazers Brooklyn Nets [87]
Trevor Ariza July 6 Phoenix Suns Houston Rockets [88]
Isaiah Briscoe Orlando Magic BC Kalev (Estonia) [89]
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Los Angeles Lakers [90]
DeMarcus Cousins Golden State Warriors New Orleans Pelicans [91]
Seth Curry Portland Trail Blazers Dallas Mavericks [92]
Tyreke Evans Indiana Pacers Memphis Grizzlies [93]
Dante Exum (RFA) Utah Jazz [94]
Derrick Favors
Paul George Oklahoma City Thunder [95]
Aaron Gordon (RFA) Orlando Magic [96]
Mario Hezonja New York Knicks Orlando Magic [97]
DeAndre Jordan Dallas Mavericks Los Angeles Clippers [98]
Luke Kornet**** (RFA) New York Knicks [99]
Doug McDermott Indiana Pacers Dallas Mavericks [93]
Raul Neto (RFA) Utah Jazz [94]
Nerlens Noel Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas Mavericks [100]
Jusuf Nurkić (RFA) Portland Trail Blazers [101]
J. J. Redick Philadelphia 76ers [43]
Rajon Rondo Los Angeles Lakers New Orleans Pelicans [102]
Fred VanVleet (RFA) Toronto Raptors [103]
Aron Baynes July 7 Boston Celtics [104]
José Calderón Detroit Pistons Cleveland Cavaliers [105]
Michael Carter-Williams Houston Rockets Charlotte Hornets [106]
Kevin Durant Golden State Warriors [107]
Jerami Grant Oklahoma City Thunder [108]
Glenn Robinson Detroit Pistons Indiana Pacers [105]
Zach LaVine (RFA) July 8 Chicago Bulls [109]
Chris Paul Houston Rockets [110]
Kyle Anderson (RFA) July 9 Memphis Grizzlies San Antonio Spurs [111]
Will Barton Denver Nuggets [112]
Avery Bradley Los Angeles Clippers [113]
Ian Clark New Orleans Pelicans [114]
LeBron James Los Angeles Lakers Cleveland Cavaliers [115]
Nikola Jokić (RFA) Denver Nuggets [116]
Kyle O'Quinn Indiana Pacers New York Knicks [117]
Elfrid Payton New Orleans Pelicans Phoenix Suns [118]
Julius Randle Los Angeles Lakers [118]
Mike Scott Los Angeles Clippers Washington Wizards [119]
Anthony Tolliver Minnesota Timberwolves Detroit Pistons [120]
Torrey Craig**** (RFA) July 10 Denver Nuggets [121]
Gerald Green Houston Rockets [122]
Jeff Green Washington Wizards Cleveland Cavaliers [123]
Kevon Looney Golden State Warriors [124]
JaVale McGee Los Angeles Lakers Golden State Warriors [125]
Lance Stephenson Indiana Pacers [126]
Dāvis Bertāns (RFA) July 11 San Antonio Spurs [127]
Omri Casspi Memphis Grizzlies Golden State Warriors
(Waived on April 7)
[128]
Rudy Gay San Antonio Spurs [129]
Raymond Felton July 12 Oklahoma City Thunder [130]
Dwight Howard Washington Wizards Brooklyn Nets
(Waived on July 6)
[131]
Jonas Jerebko Golden State Warriors Utah Jazz
(Waived on July 7)
[132]
Jairus Lyles Utah Jazz UMBC
(Undrafted in 2018)
[133]
Braian Angola-Rodas July 13 Orlando Magic Florida State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[134]
Wayne Ellington Miami Heat [135]
James Ennis Houston Rockets Detroit Pistons [136]
Georges Niang**** (RFA) Utah Jazz [137]
Jabari Parker July 14 Chicago Bulls Milwaukee Bucks [138]
Zaza Pachulia July 15 Detroit Pistons Golden State Warriors [139]
Ersan İlyasova July 16 Milwaukee Bucks Philadelphia 76ers [140]
Amir Johnson Philadelphia 76ers [141]
Isaiah Thomas Denver Nuggets Los Angeles Lakers [142]
Brook Lopez July 17 Milwaukee Bucks Los Angeles Lakers [143]
Shabazz Napier Brooklyn Nets Portland Trail Blazers [144]
Joel Berry II July 18 Los Angeles Lakers North Carolina
(Undrafted in 2018)
[145]
Antonio Blakeney**** July 19 Chicago Bulls
(previously on a two-way contract)
[146]
Jeffrey Carroll Los Angeles Lakers Oklahoma State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[147]
Channing Frye Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Lakers [148]
Luc Mbah a Moute Los Angeles Clippers Houston Rockets [149]
Marcus Smart (RFA) Boston Celtics [150]
Marco Belinelli July 20 San Antonio Spurs Philadelphia 76ers [151]
Chris Boucher**** Toronto Raptors Golden State Warriors
(previously on a two-way contract)
[152]
Lorenzo Brown Toronto Raptors
Dante Cunningham San Antonio Spurs Brooklyn Nets [153]
Bryn Forbes (RFA) San Antonio Spurs [154]
Nemanja Bjelica July 21 Sacramento Kings Minnesota Timberwolves [155]
Johnathan Williams Los Angeles Lakers Gonzaga
(Undrafted in 2018)
[156]
Michael Beasley July 23 Los Angeles Lakers New York Knicks [157]
Antonius Cleveland Chicago Bulls
(Claimed off waivers)
Atlanta Hawks
(Waived on July 21)
[158]
Ed Davis Brooklyn Nets Portland Trail Blazers [159]
Ding Yanyuhang Dallas Mavericks Shandong Golden Stars (China) [160]
Yogi Ferrell Sacramento Kings Dallas Mavericks [161]
Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks [162]
Tony Parker Charlotte Hornets San Antonio Spurs [163]
Garlon Green July 24 New Orleans Pelicans Belfius Mons-Hainaut (Belgium) [164]
Montrezl Harrell (RFA) Los Angeles Clippers [165]
Joe Harris Brooklyn Nets [166]
Noah Vonleh New York Knicks Chicago Bulls [167]
Kenrich Williams New Orleans Pelicans TCU
(Undrafted in 2018)
[164]
Kadeem Allen**** July 25 New York Knicks Boston Celtics
(previously on a two-way contract)
[168]
Monté Morris**** Denver Nuggets
(previously on a two-way contract)
[169]
Jaylen Barford July 26 Charlotte Hornets Arkansas
(Undrafted in 2018)
[170]
Jabari Bird**** (RFA) Boston Celtics [171]
Zach Smith Charlotte Hornets Texas Tech
(Undrafted in 2018)
[170]
Isaiah Wilkins Charlotte Hornets Virginia
(Undrafted in 2018)
[170]
Clint Capela (RFA) July 27 Houston Rockets [172]
Joe Chealey Charlotte Hornets College of Charleston
(Undrafted in 2018)
[173]
Troy Williams New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks
(Waived on July 16)
[174]
Treveon Graham July 30 Brooklyn Nets Charlotte Hornets [175]
Ryan Arcidiacono**** July 31 Chicago Bulls [176]
Terry Larrier Dallas Mavericks Connecticut
(Undrafted in 2018)
[177]
Brandon McCoy Milwaukee Bucks UNLV
(Undrafted in 2018)
[178]
Travis Trice Milwaukee Bucks Champville SC (Lebanon) [178]
Pat Connaughton August 1 Milwaukee Bucks Portland Trail Blazers [179]
Codi Miller-McIntyre Dallas Mavericks Parma Basket (Russia) [180]
Isaiah Canaan August 3 Phoenix Suns
(Previously waived on February 8)
[181]
Alex Len Atlanta Hawks Phoenix Suns [182]
Salah Mejri Dallas Mavericks [183]
Norvel Pelle Philadelphia 76ers Fiat Torino (Italy) [184]
Ryan Broekhoff August 6 Dallas Mavericks PBC Lokomotiv Kuban (Russia) [185]
Malik Newman Miami Heat Los Angeles Lakers
(previously on a two-way contract)
[186]
Theo Pinson Brooklyn Nets North Carolina
(Undrafted in 2018)
[187]
Jordan Barnett August 7 Milwaukee Bucks Missouri
(Undrafted in 2018)
[188]
Shelvin Mack Memphis Grizzlies Orlando Magic
(Waived on June 25)
[189]
James Nunnally Minnesota Timberwolves Fenerbahçe Doğuş (Turkey) [190]
Emanuel Terry Denver Nuggets Lincoln Memorial
(Undrafted in 2018)
[191]
Devin Harris August 8 Dallas Mavericks Denver Nuggets [192]
Jahlil Okafor August 9 New Orleans Pelicans Brooklyn Nets [193]
Rob Gray August 10 Houston Rockets Houston
(Undrafted in 2018)
[194]
Greg Monroe Toronto Raptors Boston Celtics [195]
Carmelo Anthony August 13 Houston Rockets Atlanta Hawks
(Waived on July 30)
[196]
Derrick Walton**** August 14 Chicago Bulls Miami Heat [197]
Marcus Lee August 15 Miami Heat California
(Undrafted in 2018)
[198]
Markel Crawford August 16 Memphis Grizzlies Ole Miss
(Undrafted in 2018)
[199]
Isaac Haas Utah Jazz Purdue
(Undrafted in 2018)
[200]
Bruno Caboclo August 20 Houston Rockets Sacramento Kings [201]
Mitch Creek Brooklyn Nets s.Oliver Würzburg (Germany) [202]
Daniel Hamilton**** Atlanta Hawks Oklahoma City Thunder [203]
Jordan McLaughlin Brooklyn Nets USC
(Undrafted in 2018)
[202]
Kay Felder**** August 21 Toronto Raptors Detroit Pistons [204]
Brianté Weber Miami Heat Memphis Grizzlies [205]
Vince Carter August 24 Atlanta Hawks Sacramento Kings [206]
Jarnell Stokes August 27 Miami Heat Zhejiang Golden Bulls (China) [207]
Trey Lewis August 28 Utah Jazz JL Bourg Basket (France) [208]
Anthony Brown**** August 29 Philadelphia 76ers Minnesota Timberwolves [209]
Quincy Pondexter San Antonio Spurs Chicago Bulls
(Previously waived on February 1)
[210]
Doral Moore August 30 Memphis Grizzlies Wake Forest
(Undrafted in 2018)
[211]
Thomas Robinson Atlanta Hawks BC Khimki (Russia) [212]
Brandon Goodwin September 4 Memphis Grizzlies Florida Gulf Coast
(Undrafted in 2018)
[213]
Darius Morris New Orleans Pelicans Rio Grande Valley Vipers (G League) [214]
Cameron Oliver Portland Trail Blazers Delaware 87ers (G League) [215]
Chinanu Onuaku Dallas Mavericks
(Waived on August 6)
Gary Payton II**** Los Angeles Lakers
B. J. Johnson September 5 Orlando Magic La Salle
(Undrafted in 2018)
[216]
Tyrone Wallace**** (RFA) Los Angeles Clippers [217]
Gabe York Orlando Magic Medi Bayreuth (Germany) [218]
R. J. Hunter**** September 7 Atlanta Hawks Houston Rockets
(Previously on a two-way contract)
[219]
David Nwaba September 8 Cleveland Cavaliers Chicago Bulls [220]
Luol Deng September 10 Minnesota Timberwolves Los Angeles Lakers
(Waived on September 1)
[221]
Udonis Haslem Miami Heat [222]
Rodney Hood (RFA) Cleveland Cavaliers [223]
Deng Adel September 14 Toronto Raptors Louisville
(Undrafted in 2018)
[224]
Kyle Collinsworth Dallas Mavericks
(Waived on July 6)
[224]
Cole Aldrich September 18 Atlanta Hawks Minnesota Timberwolves
(Waived on June 30)
[225]
Dwyane Wade Miami Heat [226]
Jarrett Jack September 19 New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks [227]
Lavoy Allen September 20 Washington Wizards Northern Arizona Suns (G League) [228]
Chris Chiozza Washington Wizards Florida
(Undrafted in 2018)
[228]
Marcus Derrickson Golden State Warriors Georgetown
(Undrafted in 2018)
[229]
Danuel House**** Golden State Warriors Phoenix Suns [229]
Tiwian Kendley Washington Wizards Morgan State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[228]
Alfonzo McKinnie Golden State Warriors Toronto Raptors
(Waived on July 17)
[229]
Kendrick Nunn Golden State Warriors Oakland
(Undrafted in 2018)
[229]
Chasson Randle Washington Wizards Real Madrid Baloncesto (Spain) [228]
Omari Johnson September 21 Indiana Pacers Memphis Grizzlies
(Waived on June 24)
[230]
Ben Moore**** Indiana Pacers [230]
Eric Moreland Toronto Raptors Detroit Pistons
(Waived on July 8)
[231]
Emeka Okafor Philadelphia 76ers New Orleans Pelicans
(Waived on September 19)
[232]
Elijah Stewart Indiana Pacers USC
(Undrafted in 2018)
[230]
Tim Frazier September 22 Milwaukee Bucks Washington Wizards [233]
Shabazz Muhammad Milwaukee Bucks [233]
Christian Wood Milwaukee Bucks Delaware 87ers (G League) [233]
Bryce Alford September 23 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Blue (G League) [234]
Abdul Gaddy Oklahoma City Thunder s.Oliver Würzburg (Germany) [234]
Chris McCullough Detroit Pistons Washington Wizards [235]
K.J. McDaniels Oklahoma City Thunder Grand Rapids Drive (G League) [234]
Richard Solomon Oklahoma City Thunder Uşak Sportif (Turkey) [234]
Jamel Artis**** September 24 Sacramento Kings Orlando Magic [236]
Bonzie Colson Cleveland Cavaliers Notre Dame
(Undrafted in 2018)
[237]
Kaiser Gates Chicago Bulls Xavier
(Undrafted in 2018)
[238]
Johnny Hamilton Detroit Pistons Texas–Arlington
(Undrafted in 2018)
[239]
Nick Johnson San Antonio Spurs Austin Spurs (G League) [240]
Darius Johnson-Odom Minnesota Timberwolves Vanoli Cremona (Italy) [241]
Ismaila Kane Memphis Grizzlies Atlanta Metropolitan
(Undrafted in 2018)
[242]
Zach Lofton Detroit Pistons New Mexico State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[239]
Levi Randolph Cleveland Cavaliers SIG Strasbourg (France) [240]
Desi Rodriguez Los Angeles Clippers Seton Hall
(Undrafted in 2018)
[243]
JaKarr Sampson**** Chicago Bulls Sacramento Kings [238]
Kobi Simmons Cleveland Cavaliers Memphis Grizzlies
(Waived on August 28)
[237]
Jonathan Stark Minnesota Timberwolves Murray State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[241]
Isaiah Taylor Cleveland Cavaliers Atlanta Hawks
(Waived on June 30)
[237]
Tyler Ulis Golden State Warriors Phoenix Suns
(Waived on June 30)
[244]
Okaro White San Antonio Spurs Cleveland Cavaliers
(Waived on August 5)
[240]
Justin Bibbs September 25 Boston Celtics Virginia Tech
(Undrafted in 2018)
[245]
Nick King Boston Celtics Middle Tennessee
(Undrafted in 2018)
[245]
Nuni Omot Brooklyn Nets Baylor
(Undrafted in 2018)
[246]
Jeff Roberson Boston Celtics Vanderbilt
(Undrafted in 2018)
[245]
Tyrius Walker New York Knicks Morehouse
(Undrafted in 2018)
[247]
Brandon Austin September 27 Sacramento Kings Reno Bighorns (G League) [248]
Brandon McCoy September 29 New Orleans Pelicans Milwaukee Bucks
(Waived on September 17)
[249]
Marcus Georges-Hunt October 1 Boston Celtics Minnesota Timberwolves [250]
Phillip Carr October 2 New York Knicks Morgan State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[251]
Isaiah Cousins October 3 Utah Jazz Cholet Basket (France) [252]
John Jenkins New York Knicks San Pablo Burgos (Spain) [253]
Gabe Vincent Sacramento Kings UC Santa Barbara
(Undrafted in 2018)
[254]
Billy Garrett Jr. October 4 New York Knicks Westchester Knicks (G League) [255]
Jeff Coby October 7 New York Knicks Xuventude Baloncesto (Spain) [256]
Charles Cooke**** Miami Heat New Orleans Pelicans [257]
DeAndre Liggins Miami Heat New Orleans Pelicans
(Waived on August 31)
[257]
Will Cherry October 8 Golden State Warriors Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia) [258]
Isaac Humphries Atlanta Hawks KK FMP Beograd (Serbia) [259]
Donte Ingram Dallas Mavericks Loyola (IL)
(Undrafted in 2018)
[260]
Rashad Vaughn Dallas Mavericks Orlando Magic
(Waived on March 7)
[260]
Josh Huestis October 9 San Antonio Spurs Oklahoma City Thunder [261]
Brandon Sampson Houston Rockets LSU
(Undrafted in 2018)
[262]
Matt Farrell October 10 Philadelphia 76ers Norte Dame
(Undrafted in 2018)
[263]
Donte Grantham Oklahoma City Thunder Clemson
(Undrafted in 2018)
[264]
D. J. Hogg Philadelphia 76ers Texas A&M
(Undrafted in 2018)
[263]
Scotty Hopson Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas Mavericks [264]
John Petrucelli Orlando Magic Lakeland Magic (G League) [265]
Ángel Rodríguez Houston Rockets Vaqueros de Bayamón (Puerto Rico) [266]
Dez Wells Oklahoma City Thunder Sidigas Avellino (Italy) [264]
Deyonta Davis October 11 Golden State Warriors Sacramento Kings
(Waived on September 22)
[267]
Rodney Purvis Miami Heat Boston Celtics
(Waived on July 30)
[268]
Raphiael Putney Atléticos de San Germán (Puerto Rico)
Emanuel Terry Cleveland Cavaliers Denver Nuggets
(Waived on October 8)
[269]
Jamel Artis October 12 Los Angeles Clippers Sacramento Kings
(Waived on October 7)
[270]
Drew Gordon Brooklyn Nets BC Zenit Saint Petersburg (Russia) [271]
Cory Jefferson Philadelphia 76ers Pallacanestro Olimpia Milano (Italy) [272]
Darin Johnson Delaware 87ers (NBA G League)
Scott Machado Los Angeles Lakers South Bay Lakers (G League) [273]
Tahjere McCall Brooklyn Nets Long Island Nets (G League) [274]
Shannon Scott Panteras de Miranda (Venezuela)
Canyon Barry October 13 Minnesota Timberwolves Brno (Czech Republic) [275]
Demetrius Denzel-Dyson Indiana Pacers Samford
(Undrafted in 2018)
[276]
William Lee Minnesota Timberwolves UAB
(Undrafted in 2018)
[275]
Jaleel Cousins Golden State Warriors Formosa Dreamers (ASEAN)
Jamal Crawford Phoenix Suns Minnesota Timberwolves
Alfonzo McKinnie Golden State Warriors
Malcolm Miller**** Toronto Raptors
Quincy Acy Brooklyn Nets
Arron Afflalo Orlando Magic
Luke Babbitt Miami Heat
Trevor Booker Indiana Pacers
Corey Brewer Oklahoma City Thunder
Aaron Brooks Minnesota Timberwolves
Mario Chalmers Memphis Grizzlies
Jordan Crawford New Orleans Pelicans
Andre Ingram Los Angeles Lakers
Joe Johnson Houston Rockets
Ty Lawson Washington Wizards
Patrick McCaw (RFA) Golden State Warriors
Xavier Munford**** Milwaukee Bucks
Jameer Nelson Detroit Pistons
Marshall Plumlee**** Milwaukee Bucks
Ramon Sessions Washington Wizards
Jason Terry Milwaukee Bucks
Nick Young Golden State Warriors

* Player option
** Team option
*** Early termination option
**** Previously on a two-way contract
***** Converted two-way contract to full contract

Two-way contracts[edit]

Per recent NBA rules implemented as of the 2017–18 season, teams are permitted to have two two-way players on their roster at any given time, in addition to their 15-man regular season roster. A two-way player will provide services primarily to the team's G League affiliate, but can spend up to 45 days with the parent NBA team. Only players with four or fewer years of NBA experience are able to sign two-way contracts, which can be for either one season or two. Players entering training camp for a team have a chance to convert their training camp deal into a two-way contract if they prove themselves worthy enough for it. Teams also have the option to convert a two-way contract into a regular, minimum-salary NBA contract, at which point the player becomes a regular member of the parent NBA team. Two-way players are not eligible for NBA playoff rosters, so a team must convert any two-way players it wants to use in the playoffs, waiving another player in the process. Two-way contracts must be signed prior to January 15, with their salaries being fully guaranteed on January 20.[277]

Player Date signed Team School / Club team Ref
Jaylen Adams July 1 Atlanta Hawks St. Bonaventure
(Undrafted in 2018)
[278]
Malik Newman Los Angeles Lakers Kansas
(Undrafted in 2018)
[279]
J. P. Macura July 2 Charlotte Hornets Xavier
(Undrafted in 2018)
[280]
Isaiah Hicks (RFA) July 3 New York Knicks [281]
Allonzo Trier New York Knicks Arizona
(Undrafted in 2018)
[281]
Jared Terrell July 5 Minnesota Timberwolves Rhode Island
(Undrafted in 2018)
[282]
Ángel Delgado July 6 Los Angeles Clippers Seton Hall
(Undrafted in 2018)
[283]
George King Phoenix Suns Colorado [284]
Deonte Burton July 7 Oklahoma City Thunder Wonju DB Promy (South Korea) [285]
Billy Preston Cleveland Cavaliers Igokea (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
(Undrafted in 2018)
[286]
Keenan Evans July 10 Detroit Pistons Texas Tech
(Undrafted in 2018)
[287]
Duncan Robinson Miami Heat Michigan
(Undrafted in 2018)
[288]
Troy Caupain July 11 Orlando Magic G.S.A. Udine (Italy) [289]
Kostas Antetokounmpo July 13 Dallas Mavericks Dayton [290]
Damion Lee July 14 Golden State Warriors Atlanta Hawks [291]
Naz Mitrou-Long Utah Jazz Salt Lake City Stars (G League) [292]
Trevon Bluiett July 17 New Orleans Pelicans Xavier
(Undrafted in 2018)
[293]
Thomas Welsh July 19 Denver Nuggets UCLA [294]
Yuta Watanabe July 20 Memphis Grizzlies George Washington
(Undrafted in 2018)
[295]
Trevon Duval July 24 Milwaukee Bucks Duke
(Undrafted in 2018)
[296]
Travis Wear Los Angeles Lakers [297]
Rawle Alkins July 25 Chicago Bulls Arizona
(Undrafted in 2018)
[298]
Walt Lemon Jr. Boston Celtics Fort Wayne Mad Ants (G League) [299]
Shake Milton July 26 Philadelphia 76ers SMU [300]
Demetrius Jackson July 27 Philadelphia 76ers [301]
Yante Maten July 29 Miami Heat Georgia
(Undrafted in 2018)
[302]
Daryl Macon July 30 Dallas Mavericks Arkansas
(Undrafted in 2018)
[303]
Wenyen Gabriel July 31 Sacramento Kings Kentucky
(Undrafted in 2018)
[304]
Jaylen Morris Milwaukee Bucks Fiat Torino (Italy) [178]
C. J. Williams Minnesota Timberwolves Los Angeles Clippers
(Waived on July 27)
[305]
Tyler Cavanaugh August 1 Utah Jazz Atlanta Hawks
(Waived on May 11)
[306]
C. J. Wilcox August 3 Indiana Pacers Portland Trail Blazers [307]
DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell August 7 Denver Nuggets Bakken Bears (Denmark) [191]
Amile Jefferson Orlando Magic Minnesota Timberwolves [308]
Jordan Loyd Toronto Raptors Darüşşafaka (Turkey) [309]
Tyler Davis August 13 Oklahoma City Thunder Texas A&M
(Undrafted in 2018)
[310]
Alex Poythress August 20 Atlanta Hawks Indiana Pacers
(Waived on July 6)
[203]
P. J. Dozier August 21 Boston Celtics Oklahoma City Thunder [311]
Alan Williams September 19 Brooklyn Nets Phoenix Suns
(Waived on July 2)
[312]
Jordan McRae September 20 Washington Wizards Saski Baskonia (Spain) [228]
Drew Eubanks September 24 San Antonio Spurs Oregon State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[240]
D. J. Stephens October 8 Memphis Grizzlies Le Mans Sarthe Basket (France) [313]
Chris Boucher° October 12 Toronto Raptors Golden State Warriors [314]
Joe Chealey° October 13 Charlotte Hornets College of Charleston
(Undrafted in 2018)
[315]
Marcus Derrickson° Golden State Warriors Georgetown
(Undrafted in 2018)
[316]
Zach Lofton° October 15 Detroit Pistons New Mexico State
(Undrafted in 2018)
[317]
Tyler Ulis Chicago Bulls
(Claimed off waivers)
Golden State Warriors
(Waived on October 12)
[318]
Gary Clark° Houston Rockets Cincinnati
(Undrafted in 2018)
Vincent Edwards° Houston Rockets Purdue
  • °Training camp conversion

Going to other American leagues[edit]

* Denotes G-League players who returned to their former team
Player Date signed New team New league NBA team NBA contract status Ref

Going overseas[edit]

* Denotes international players who returned to their home country
Player Date signed New team New country NBA team NBA contract status Ref
Marreese Speights July 2 Guangzhou Long-Lions China Orlando Magic Unrestricted free agent [319]
Joffrey Lauvergne July 4 Fenerbahçe Turkey San Antonio Spurs Unrestricted free agent [320]
Al Jefferson July 7 Xinjiang Flying Tigers China Indiana Pacers Unrestricted free agent [321]
Marcus Paige July 11 Partizan Belgrade Serbia Charlotte Hornets Unrestricted free agent [322]
James Michael McAdoo July 15 Fiat Torino Italy Philadelphia 76ers Unrestricted free agent [323]
Tyler Ennis July 19 Fenerbahçe Turkey Los Angeles Lakers Unrestricted free agent [324]
Tony Carr July 20 Fiat Torino Italy New Orleans Pelicans Unsigned draft pick [325]
Georgios Papagiannis* Panathinaikos Greece Portland Trail Blazers Unrestricted free agent [326]
Jaylen Morris July 22 Fiat Torino Italy Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [327]
Myke Henry July 23 Ironi Nahariya Israel Memphis Grizzlies Unrestricted free agent [328]
Alec Peters CSKA Moscow Russia Phoenix Suns Unrestricted free agent [329]
London Perrantes July 24 Limoges CSP France Cleveland Cavaliers Unrestricted free agent [330][331]
Jeff Withey Tofaş Turkey Dallas Mavericks Unrestricted free agent [332]
Markel Brown July 25 Darüşşafaka Houston Rockets Unrestricted free agent [333]
Julyan Stone Reyer Venezia Italy Chicago Bulls Unrestricted free agent [334]
Shane Larkin July 26 Anadolu Efes Turkey Boston Celtics Unrestricted free agent [335]
Jack Cooley July 27 Dinamo Sassari Italy Sacramento Kings Unrestricted free agent [336][337]
Josh Magette KK Cedevita Croatia Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [338]
Jordan Mickey Khimki Russia Miami Heat Unrestricted free agent [339]
Malcolm Delaney July 28 Guangdong Southern Tigers China Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [340][341]
Johnny O'Bryant III July 31 Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel New York Knicks Unrestricted free agent [342]
Erik McCree August 1 VL Pesaro Italy Utah Jazz Unrestricted free agent [343]
Joe Young Nanjing Monkey King China Indiana Pacers Unrestricted free agent [344]
David Stockton August 2 Medi Bayreuth Germany Utah Jazz Unrestricted free agent [345]
Andrew White Afyon Belediye Turkey Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [346]
Matt Costello August 4 Sidigas Avellino Italy San Antonio Spurs Unrestricted free agent [347]
Isaiah Whitehead August 6 PBC Lokomotiv Kuban Russia Denver Nuggets Unrestricted free agent [348]
Milton Doyle August 8 CB Murcia Spain Brooklyn Nets Unrestricted free agent [349]
Devon Hall August 11 Cairns Taipans Australia Oklahoma City Thunder Unsigned draft pick [350]
Darrun Hilliard August 13 Saski Baskonia Spain San Antonio Spurs Restricted free agent [351]
Tarik Black August 20 Maccabi Tel Aviv Israel Houston Rockets Unrestricted free agent [352]
Brandon Jennings Zenit Saint Petersburg Russia Milwaukee Bucks Unrestricted free agent [353]
Jeremy Evans August 21 Darüşşafaka Turkey Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [354]
Mangok Mathiang August 22 Vanoli Cremona Italy Charlotte Hornets Unrestricted free agent [355]
James Webb III August 23 Telekom Baskets Bonn Germany Brooklyn Nets Unrestricted free agent [356]
Le'Bryan Nash August 24 Tokyo Hachioji Bee Trains Japan Houston Rockets Unrestricted free agent [357]
Nigel Hayes August 29 Galatasaray Odeabank Turkey Sacramento Kings Unrestricted free agent [358]
Marquis Teague August 30 Jeonju KCC Egis Korea Memphis Grizzlies Unrestricted free agent [359]
Aaron Harrison September 5 Galatasaray Odeabank Turkey Dallas Mavericks Unrestricted free agent [360]
Jonathan Gibson September 11 Qingdao Eagles China Boston Celtics Unrestricted free agent [361]
Dakari Johnson Memphis Grizzlies Unrestricted free agent
Lucas Nogueira September 17 Montakit Fuenlabrada Spain Toronto Raptors Unrestricted free agent [362]
Glen Davis September 30 Zadar Croatia Los Angeles Clippers Unrestricted free agent [363]
Kyle Singler Monbus Obradoiro Spain Oklahoma City Thunder Unrestricted free agent [364]
Derrick Williams October 3 Bayern Munich Germany Los Angeles Lakers Unrestricted free agent [365]
Cole Aldrich October 10 Tianjin Gold Lions China Atlanta Hawks Unrestricted free agent [366]
Chris McCullough Shanxi Brave Dragons China Detroit Pistons Unrestricted free agent

Waived[edit]

Player Date Waived Former Team Ref
Tyler Cavanaugh May 11 Atlanta Hawks [367]
London Perrantes June 12 Cleveland Cavaliers [368]
Chris Boucher June 22 Golden State Warriors [369]
Omari Johnson June 24 Memphis Grizzlies [370]
Shelvin Mack June 25 Orlando Magic [371]
Tyler Ennis June 28 Los Angeles Lakers [372]
Cole Aldrich June 30 Minnesota Timberwolves [373]
Thomas Bryant Los Angeles Lakers [374]
Isaiah Taylor Atlanta Hawks [375]
Tyler Ulis Phoenix Suns [376]
Al Jefferson July 2 Indiana Pacers [377]
Alan Williams Phoenix Suns [378]
Aaron Jackson July 5 Houston Rockets [379]
Kyle Collinsworth July 6 Dallas Mavericks [380]
Dwight Howard Brooklyn Nets [45]
Alex Poythress Indiana Pacers [381]
Dwight Buycks July 7 Detroit Pistons [382]
Nigel Hayes Sacramento Kings [383]
Jonas Jerebko Utah Jazz [384]
Eric Moreland July 8 Detroit Pistons [385]
Sean Kilpatrick July 12 Chicago Bulls [386]
Jalen Jones July 13 Dallas Mavericks [290]
Isaiah Whitehead Denver Nuggets [54]
Julyan Stone July 14 Chicago Bulls [138]
Paul Zipser
Kadeem Allen July 15 Boston Celtics [387]
Troy Williams July 16 New York Knicks [388]
Alfonzo McKinnie July 17 Toronto Raptors [389]
Georgios Papagiannis Portland Trail Blazers [390]
Kendrick Perkins Cleveland Cavaliers [391]
Jaylen Morris July 19 Atlanta Hawks [392]
Malik Newman Los Angeles Lakers [393]
Myke Henry July 20 Memphis Grizzlies [394]
Antonius Cleveland July 21 Atlanta Hawks [395]
C. J. Williams July 27 Los Angeles Clippers [396]
Carmelo Anthony July 30 Atlanta Hawks [397]
Rodney Purvis Boston Celtics [398]
Brandon Paul July 31 San Antonio Spurs [399]
Brandon Jennings August 1 Milwaukee Bucks [400]
Okaro White August 5 Cleveland Cavaliers [401]
Chinanu Onuaku August 6 Dallas Mavericks [402]
Terry Larrier August 9 Dallas Mavericks [403]
David Stockton August 14 Utah Jazz [404]
Mangok Mathiang August 15 Charlotte Hornets [405]
R. J. Hunter August 18 Houston Rockets [406]
Kobi Simmons August 28 Memphis Grizzlies [407]
Kyle Singler August 30 Oklahoma City Thunder [408]
Dakari Johnson August 31 Memphis Grizzlies [409]
DeAndre Liggins New Orleans Pelicans [410]
Luol Deng September 1 Los Angeles Lakers [411]
Jordan Barnett September 17 Milwaukee Bucks [412]
Brandon McCoy
Travis Trice September 18
Emeka Okafor September 19 New Orleans Pelicans [413]
Amida Brimah September 20 San Antonio Spurs
Deyonta Davis September 22 Sacramento Kings [414]
Gabe York September 27 Orlando Magic [415]
  • † Two-way contract

Training camp cuts[edit]

All players listed did not make the final roster.

Atlanta Hawks Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets Charlotte Hornets Chicago Bulls
Cleveland Cavaliers Dallas Mavericks Denver Nuggets Detroit Pistons Golden State Warriors
Houston Rockets Indiana Pacers Los Angeles Clippers Los Angeles Lakers Memphis Grizzlies
Miami Heat Milwaukee Bucks Minnesota Timberwolves New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder Orlando Magic Philadelphia 76ers Phoenix Suns Portland Trail Blazers
Sacramento Kings San Antonio Spurs Toronto Raptors Utah Jazz Washington Wizards

Draft[edit]

First round[edit]

Pick Player Date signed Team Ref
1 Deandre Ayton July 6 Phoenix Suns [284]
2 Marvin Bagley July 1 Sacramento Kings [476]
3 Luka Dončić July 9 Dallas Mavericks [477]
4 Jaren Jackson Jr July 1 Memphis Grizzlies [478]
5 Trae Young July 1 Atlanta Hawks [479]
6 Mohamed Bamba July 3 Orlando Magic [480]
7 Wendell Carter July 3 Chicago Bulls [481]
8 Collin Sexton July 4 Cleveland Cavaliers [482]
9 Kevin Knox July 5 New York Knicks [483]
10 Mikal Bridges July 6 Phoenix Suns [284]
11 Shai Gilgeous-Alexander July 5 Los Angeles Clippers [484]
12 Miles Bridges July 2 Charlotte Hornets [485]
13 Jerome Robinson July 5 Los Angeles Clippers [484]
14 Michael Porter July 3 Denver Nuggets [486]
15 Troy Brown July 4 Washington Wizards [412]
16 Zhaire Smith July 2 Philadelphia 76ers [487]
17 Donte DiVincenzo July 10 Milwaukee Bucks [488]
18 Lonnie Walker July 11 San Antonio Spurs [489]
19 Kevin Huerter July 1 Atlanta Hawks [479]
20 Josh Okogie July 2 Minnesota Timberwolves [490]
21 Grayson Allen July 2 Utah Jazz [491]
22 Chandler Hutchison July 3 Chicago Bulls [481]
23 Aaron Holiday July 1 Indiana Pacers [492]
24 Anfernee Simons July 2 Portland Trail Blazers [493]
25 Moritz Wagner July 1 Los Angeles Lakers [494]
26 Landry Shamet July 4 Philadelphia 76ers [495]
27 Robert Williams July 5 Boston Celtics [496]
28 Jacob Evans July 2 Golden State Warriors [497]
29 Džanan Musa July 12 Brooklyn Nets [498]
30 Omari Spellman July 1 Atlanta Hawks [479]

Second round[edit]

Pick Player Date signed Team Ref
31 Élie Okobo July 6 Phoenix Suns [284]
32 Jevon Carter July 15 Memphis Grizzlies [499]
33 Jalen Brunson July 16 Dallas Mavericks [500]
34 Devonte' Graham July 6 Charlotte Hornets [501]
35 Melvin Frazier July 6 Orlando Magic [502]
36 Mitchell Robinson July 8 New York Knicks [503]
37 Gary Trent July 6 Portland Trail Blazers [504]
38 Khyri Thomas July 25 Detroit Pistons [412]
39 Isaac Bonga July 6 Los Angeles Lakers [505]
40 Rodions Kurucs July 16 Brooklyn Nets [506]
41 Jarred Vanderbilt July 11 Denver Nuggets [507]
42 Bruce Brown July 7 Detroit Pistons [508]
43 Justin Jackson Orlando Magic
44 Issuf Sanon Washington Wizards [509]
45 Hamidou Diallo July 28 Oklahoma City Thunder [510]
46 De'Anthony Melton September 21 Houston Rockets (Later traded to Phoenix) [77]
47 Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk July 10 Los Angeles Lakers [511]
48 Keita Bates-Diop July 7 Minnesota Timberwolves [512]
49 Chimezie Metu September 4 San Antonio Spurs [513]
50 Alize Johnson July 16 Indiana Pacers [514]
51 Tony Carr New Orleans Pelicans [325]
52 Vincent Edwards July 5 Houston Rockets [86]
53 Devon Hall Oklahoma City Thunder [515]
54 Shake Milton July 26 Philadelphia 76ers [300]
55 Arnoldas Kulboka Charlotte Hornets [516]
56 Ray Spalding July 20 Dallas Mavericks [517]
57 Kevin Hervey Oklahoma City Thunder
58 Thomas Welsh July 19 Denver Nuggets [294]
59 George King July 6 Phoenix Suns [284]
60 Kostas Antetokounmpo July 13 Dallas Mavericks [290]

Previous years' draftees[edit]

Draft Pick Player Date signed Team Previous team Ref
2017 36 Jonah Bolden July 25 Philadelphia 76ers Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) [518]
2017 43 Isaiah Hartenstein Houston Rockets Rio Grande Valley Vipers (G League) [519]
2017 59 Jaron Blossomgame September 24 San Antonio Spurs Austin Spurs (G League) [240]

Renounced draft rights[edit]

Draft Pick Player Date of rights' renouncement Former team Ref

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ During the 2005–06 and 2006–07 seasons, the team was known as the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets during their temporary relocation to Oklahoma City due to Hurricane Katrina.
  2. ^ The Hawks will receive the Mavericks' pick if it's #6-30, else the pick will roll over to 2020 with the same condition, thence to 2021 (#4-30), 2022 (#4-30), and become unprotected in 2023.
  3. ^ The better of the Lakers' or Minnesota's pick.
  4. ^ a b The worse of the picks originally belonging to Denver and Washington unless the Denver pick is #56-60, in which case it will go to Milwaukee and the Washington pick will be conveyed.
  5. ^ The worse of the picks originally belonging to Brooklyn and New York.
  6. ^ Brooklyn will receive the pick if it's #56-60, else they receive nothing.
  7. ^ Brooklyn will receive the pick if it's #13-30, else they will receive Denver's 2020 pick.
  8. ^ San Antonio will receive the pick if it's #21-30, else they will receive Toronto's 2020 and 2023 second-round picks.[31]
  9. ^ Brooklyn will receive the pick if it's #36-60.[31]
  10. ^ Atlanta will receive the pick if it's #15-30, else they will receive the Thunder's second-round picks in 2024 and 2025.

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