Draft night includes 11 trades
The 2010 draft night produced 11 trades, the biggest of which will send Kirk Hinrich(notes) and the rights to No. 17 pick Kevin Seraphin(notes) to the Washington Wizards for a future second-round pick – a deal that frees another $9 million in salary-cap room for the Chicago Bulls. Here’s a look at the particulars of each of the night’s trades.
1. x-Bulls-Wizards: Chicago traded Kirk Hinrich and the rights to Kevin Seraphin (No. 17) to Washington for a future second-round draft pick – Story.
2. x-Hornets-Thunder: New Orleans traded Morris Peterson(notes) and the rights to Cole Aldrich(notes) (No. 11) to Oklahoma City for the rights to Craig Brackins(notes) (No. 21) and Quincy Pondexter(notes) (No. 26) – Story.
5. x-Timberwolves-Wizards: Minnesota traded the rights to Trevor Booker(notes) (No. 23) and Hamady Ndiaye(notes) (No. 56) to Washington for the rights to Lazar Hayward(notes) (No. 30) and Nemanja Bjelica(notes) (No. 35) – Story.
8. Hawks-Thunder: Atlanta traded the rights to Tibor Pleiss (No. 31) to Oklahoma City for financial considerations – Story.
x: denotes trade can’t be completed until July 8.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.