2024 NBA Draft trade tracker: Latest news on NBA deals, every traded pick in first, second rounds


The 2024 NBA Draft is in the books. The two-night selection process got started on Wednesday with Round 1, and concluded on Thursday with Round 2. After much suspense, the Atlanta Hawks used the No. 1 pick to select French big man Zaccharie Risacher, who was one of four Frenchmen taken in the first round. 

While the new prospects were the stars of the event, no draft is complete without trades. NBA fans did not need to wait until draft night to get the first true blockbuster of the summer, as the Knicks made a huge splash on Tuesday by reportedly acquiring Mikal Bridges from the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets added five first-round picks in that deal, but none of them were in the 2024 draft.

There were a number of smaller deals over the two days. Most notably, the San Antonio Spurs traded No. 8 overall pick Rob Dillingham — their second lottery selection of the night — to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for an unprotected 2030 first-round pick and a protected 2031 first-round pick swap. 

Surprisingly, no veteran stars were traded during the draft. We’ll have to wait for later in the offseason for the bigger moves to go down. Here’s a look at every draft-day trade:

2024 NBA Draft trade tracker

No. 57 pick Ulrich Chomche


No. 57 pick Ulrich Chomche

No. 53 pick Cam Spencer

Future second-round pick swaps in 2030 and 2031

No. 47 pick Antonio Reeves

Salary cap relief

Reggie Jackson and three future second-round picks

No. 44 pick Pelle Larsson

No. 43 pick Nikola Durisic

No. 51 pick Melvin Ajinca and No. 56 pick Kevin McCullar Jr. 

No. 40 pick Oso Ighodaro

No. 40 pick Oso Ighodaro and cash considerations

No. 38 pick Ajay Mitchell

No. 36 pick Juan Nunez and cash considerations

No. 35 pick Johnny Furphy

Future second-round picks

No. 34 pick Tyler Kolek

Davion Mitchell and No. 45 pick Jamal Shead

Jalen McDaniels and Sasha Veznekov

No. 52 pick Quinten Post

Lindy Waters II

AJ Griffin

No. 44 pick Pelle Larsson

No. 53 pick Cam Spencer

Wendell Moore Jr. and No. 37 pick Bobi Klintman

No. 26 overall pick Dillon Jones

Five second-round picks between 2025-2027

No. 26 pick Dillon Jones and No. 51 pick Melvin Ajinca

No. 24 pick Kyshawn George

No. 28 pick Ryan Dunn, No. 56 pick Kevin McCullar Jr. and two future second-round picks

No. 22 pick DaRon Holmes II

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