NBA draft 2011 trade breakdown

The 2011 NBA draft produced a number of trades, none bigger than the first of the day: a three-team deal between the Sacramento Kings, Milwaukee Bucks and Charlotte Bobcats that involved three first-round picks and five players, including Stephen Jackson(notes). Here are the particulars of each of the day’s trades.

Kings-Bucks-Bobcats: The Kings traded the draft rights to forward Bismack Biyombo (No. 7) to the Bobcats and guard Beno Udrih(notes) to the Bucks for forward John Salmons(notes) and the draft rights to guard Jimmer Fredette (No. 10). The Bucks also received Jackson and guard Shaun Livingston(notes) and the draft rights to Tobias Harris (No. 19). The Bobcats also received forward Corey Maggette(notes)Story.

Spurs-Pacers: The San Antonio Spurs traded guard George Hill(notes) to the Indiana Pacers for the draft rights to forward Kawhi Leonard (No. 15), forward Davis Bertans (No. 42) and forward Erazem Lorbek (No. 46, 2005) – Story.

Timberwolves-Rockets-Bulls: The Minnesota Timberwolves traded guard Jonny Flynn(notes) and the draft rights to Donatas Motiejunas (No. 20) to the Houston Rockets for center Brad Miller(notes), the draft rights to Nikola Mirotic (No. 23), Chandler Parsons (No. 38) and a future first-round pick. The Timberwolves traded Mirotic’s rights to the Chicago Bulls for the rights to Norris Cole (No. 28) and Malcolm Lee (No. 43). The Timberwolves then sold the rights to Parsons back to the Rockets. – Story.

Nets-Celtics: The New Jersey Nets traded the draft rights to JaJuan Johnson (No. 27) and a 2014 second-round pick to the Boston Celtics for the draft rights to Marshon Brooks (No. 25) – Story.

Blazers-Nuggets-Mavericks: The Denver Nuggets traded guard Raymond Felton(notes) to the Portland Trail Blazers for guard Andre Miller(notes) and the draft rights to Jordan Hamilton and a future second-round pick. The Trail Blazers traded guard Rudy Fernandez(notes) and the draft rights to Petteri Koponento (No. 30, 2007) to the Dallas Mavericks. The Trail Blazers also received the draft rights to Tanguy Ngombo (No. 57) – Story.

Timberwolves-Heat: The Timberwolves traded Norris Cole (No. 28) to the Miami Heat for the draft rights to Bojan Bogdanovic (No. 31), a future second-round pick and cash considerations – Story.

Timberwolves-Nets: The Timberwolves traded the draft rights to Bojan Bogdanovic (No. 31) for a future second-round and cash. Story.

Cavaliers-Magic: The Cleveland Cavaliers traded the draft rights to Justin Harper (No. 32) to the Orlando Magic for two future second-round picks. Story.

Bobcats-Warriors: The Bobcats traded the draft rights to Jeremy Tyler (No. 39) to the Golden State Warriors for cash considerations. Story.

Hornets-Knicks: The New Orleans Hornets traded the draft rights to Josh Harrellson (No. 45) to the New York Knicks for cash considerations – Story.

Lakers-Nuggets: The Los Angeles Lakers traded the draft rights to Chukwudiebere Maduabum (No. 56) for a future second-round pick.

Trail Blazers-Timberwolves: The Trail Blazers traded the draft rights to Tanguy Ngombo to the Timberwolves.

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Updated Friday, Jun 24, 2011