So much for the flurry of activity and trades some NBA executives were expecting for the 2012 draft. This year's draft featured only a handful of deals, almost of all which involved the exchanging of low-end draft picks. And the biggest trade – a three-team deal that will send Lamar Odom to the Los Angeles Clippers – is held up until Clippers guard Mo Williams officially decides whether to opt into the final season of his contract, allowing him to be sent to the Utah Jazz.
Here's a look at Thursday's trades that are official:
• The Cleveland Cavaliers acquired the rights to center Tyler Zeller (No. 17 pick) and forward Kelenna Azubuike from the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for the rights to the Nos. 24 (Jared Cunningham), 33 (Bernard James) and 34 (Jae Crowder) picks.
• The Philadelphia 76ers acquired the rights to Arnett Moultrie (No. 27) from the Miami Heat for the rights to the No. 45 (Justin Hamilton) and a future first-round pick.
• The Indiana Pacers acquired the rights to Orlando Johnson (No. 36) from the Sacramento Kings for cash.
• The New Jersey Nets acquired the rights to Tyshawn Taylor (No. 41) from the Portland Trail Blazers for cash.
• The Nets acquired the rights to Tornike Shengelia (No. 54) from the Sixers for cash.
• The Lakers acquired the rights to Darius Johnson-Odom (No. 55) from the Mavericks for cash.