NBA trade tracker: Grades, details for every deal for the 2022-23 season

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The NBA trade deadline saw a bombshell deal between the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers for Ben Simmons and James Harden. But trades had been on hiatus since then.

Four months later, big deals are back on the menu in the NBA draft and ahead of the league’s free-agency frenzy.

The Oklahoma City Thunder kicked off the latest round of trades Monday when they sent the No. 30 overall pick to the Denver Nuggets for forward JaMychal Green and two future second-round picks.

Then, the Houston Rockets acquired the No. 26 overall pick from the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for center Christian Wood. The Rockets also get four players on expiring contracts.

Which other draft picks and players are on the move?

Keep this page bookmarked: We’ll have a rundown of every trade, including grades from ESPN NBA Insider Kevin Pelton.

Trade grades roundup | All 58 NBA draft picks


June 29: Wizards acquire Morris and Barton from Nuggets

Washington Wizards get:
Will Barton
Monte Morris

Denver Nuggets get:
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
Ish Smith

Detroit Pistons get:
Nerlens Noel
Alec Burks
Two future second-round picks
Cash considerations

New York Knicks get:
TBD


DRAFT-DAY DEALS


Indiana Pacers get:
Kendall Brown (No. 48 pick in 2022)

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
TBD


Denver Nuggets get:
Ismael Kamagate (No. 46 pick in 2022)

Portland Trail Blazers get:
TBD


Golden State Warriors get:
Ryan Rollins (No. 44 pick in 2022)

Atlanta Hawks get:
No. 51 pick in 2022
Cash


Charlotte Hornets get:
Bryce McGowens (No. 40 pick in 2022)

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
Two future second-rounders


Memphis Grizzlies get:
Kennedy Chandler (No. 38 pick in 2022)

San Antonio Spurs get:
Future second-round pick
Cash


Dallas Mavericks get:
Jaden Hardy (No. 37 pick in 2022)

Sacramento Kings get:
Two future second-round picks


Minnesota Timberwolves get:
Wendell Moore Jr. (No. 26 pick in 2022)

Houston Rockets get:
TyTy Washington Jr. (No. 29 pick in 2022)
Two future second-round picks


Philadelphia 76ers get:
De’Anthony Melton

Memphis Grizzlies get:
David Roddy (No. 23 pick in 2022)
Danny Green


Memphis Grizzlies get:
Jake LaRavia (No. 19 pick in 2022)
Future second-round pick

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
Walker Kessler (No. 22 pick in 2022)
TyTy Washington Jr. (No. 29 pick in 2022)


Detroit Pistons get:
Jalen Duren (No. 13 pick in 2022)
Kemba Walker

Charlotte Hornets get:
Conditional first-round pick
Four future second-round picks

New York Knicks get:
2025 first-round pick (via Milwaukee)


New York Knicks get:
Three future first-round picks

Oklahoma City Thunder get:
Ousmane Dieng (No. 11 pick in 2022)


Los Angeles Lakers get:
Max Christie (No. 35 pick in 2022)

Orlando Magic get:
Future second-round pick
Cash


Cavaliers pick up second-round pick

Cleveland Cavaliers get:
Isaiah Mobley (No. 49 pick in 2022)

Sacramento Kings get:
Draft rights to Sasha Vezenkov (No. 57 pick in 2017)

PRE-DRAFT DEALS


Portland Trail Blazers get:
Jerami Grant
No. 46 pick in 2022

Detroit Pistons get:
2025 first-round pick (via Milwaukee Bucks)
No. 36 pick in 2022
2025 second-round pick
2026 second-round pick


Dallas Mavericks get:
Christian Wood

Houston Rockets get:
Boban Marjanovic
Marquese Chriss
Trey Burke
Sterling Brown
No. 26 pick


Oklahoma City Thunder get:
JaMychal Green
2027 first-round pick

Denver Nuggets get:
2022 No. 30 pick
Two future second-round picks

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