2019 NBA Draft: Second-Round Pick Tracker

Players selected in the second round aren’t awarded the same luxuries as players picked in the first 30 spots. They aren’t guaranteed anything, including salary, though many players end up with at least two-year deals, assuming they are contenders for a roster spot and do not plan on spending the season overseas.

Over the past few seasons, some franchises have placed their second-rounders into their two-way slots. Two-way deals sprouted up in the NBA in the latest CBA and were implemented starting with the 2017-18 campaign. These contracts allow for a player to spend the majority of his time in the G League but allow for up to 45 days of NBA action (including non-game days).

Below you will find an up-to-date list of the statuses of every 2019 second-round pick:

31BKNNicolas ClaxtonSigned/ 3 yr
32MIAKZ OkpalaSigned/ 3 yr
33BOSCarsen EdwardsSigned/ 4 yr
34ATLBruno FernandoSigned/ 3 yr
35NOPMarcos Louzada SilvaStash
36CHACody MartinSigned/ 3 yr
37DETDeividas SirvydisStash
38CHIDaniel GaffordSigned/ 4 yr
39GSWAlen SmailagicSigned/ 4 yr
40SACJustin JamesSigned/ 3 yr
41GWSEric PascallSigned/ 3 yr
42WASAdmiral SchofieldSigned/ 3 yr
43MINJaylen NowellSigned/ 4 yr
44DENBol BolTwo-Way
45DALIsaiah RobySigned/ 4 yr
46LALTalen Horton-TuckerSigned/ 2 yr
47NYKIgnas BrazdeikisSigned/ 3 yr
48LACTerance ManSigned/ 4 yr
49SASQuinndary WeatherspoonTwo-Way
50UTAJarrell BrantleyTwo-Way
51BOSTremont WatersTwo-Way
52WASJalen McDanielsTendered
53UTAJustin Wright-ForemanTwo-Way
54PHLMarial ShayokTwo-Way
55SACKyle GuyTwo-Way
56BKNJaylen Hands
57DETJordan BoneTwo-Way
58UTAMiye OniSigned/ 3 yr
59TORDewan HernandezSigned / 3 yr
60SACVanja MarinkovicStash