SLAM Newswire’s 2019 NBA Draft Content

by June 20, 2019
Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett of the Duke Blue Devils

The NBA Draft is here and you know as well as I do that the league we know and love will not disappoint. If you’ve recovered from the flurry of post-NBA Finals activity already and are ready to start prepping for tonight’s rookie selections, we’ve got you covered.

Below is a break down of our 2019 NBA Draft content thus far, all the trades and all the analysis. We’ll update this page throughout the day as an index of what’s going on around the league.

Pick-by-pick 2019 NBA Draft results
Team-by-team Breakdown of the 2019 NBA Draft
Draft power rankings, pick allocation ahead of 2019 NBA Draft
The financial impact of lottery picks
The final list of green room invites

The Jazz acquire No. 58 from Warriors (Oni Miye)
The Warriors acquire No. 39 from Pelicans (Alen Smailagic)
The Pistons acquire No. 57 from Sixers (Jordan Bone)
The Jazz acquire No. 50 from the Pacers (Jarrell Brantley)
The Knicks acquire No. 47 from Kings (Ignas Brazdeikis)
The Nuggets acquire No. 44 from Heat (Bol Bol)
The Lakers acquire No. 46 from Magic (Talen Horton-Tucker)
The Pistons acquire No. 37 from Mavs (Deividas Sirvydis)
The Hawks acquire No. 34 from Sixers (Bruno Fernando)
The Heat acquire No. 32 from Pacers (KZ Okpala)
The Wizards acquire No. 42 (and Jonathon Simmons) from Sixers (Admiral Schofield)
The Warriors acquire No. 30 from Pistons (Kevin Porter Jr.)
The Clippers acquire No. 27 from Nets (Mfiondu Kabengele)
The Suns acquire No. 24 (and Aron Baynes) from Celtics (Ty Jerome)
The Grizzlies acquire No. 21 from Thunder (Brandon Clarke)
The Sixers acquire No. 20 from Celtics (Matisse Thybulle)
The Wolves acquire No. 6 from Suns (Cam Johnson)
The Hawks acquire No. 4 from Pelicans (De’Andre Hunter)
The Pacers acquire No. 32 (and T.J. Warren) from Suns (flipped)
The Warriors acquire No. 41 from Hawks (Eric Paschall)
The Pistons acquire No. 30 (and Tony Snell) from Bucks (flipped)
The Heat acquire No. 44 from Hawks (flipped)
The Hawks acquire No. 17 from Nets (flipped)

Recapping all the reports of teams looking to move up
Darius Garland a ‘strong consideration’ to go No. 3
The Hawks are looking to move No. 8 and No. 10 to trade up