Historically, the NBA Draft day is the perfect storm when it comes to trades. Why should the 2013 edition be any different?
Nerlens Noel falls from the top spot in the draft, all the way to No.6. Then, he gets traded to the Philadelphia Sixers.
Trey Burke gets traded from Minnesota to Utah.
Boston traded up to No. 13 — the pick the Mavs had been dying to get rid of. Oh, yeah. Kelly Olynyk was the pick.
Dallas traded away the pick they traded for. Yeah, I’m as confused as you.
The Warriors took the No. 26th pick off Minnesota’s hands, then swap with OKC — or something like that.
Denver trades No. 27 to Utah. Jazz are doing nice for themselves.
Golden State moves one spot down, gets deal done with the Phoenix Suns. You can’t make this up.
Philly drafts Glen Rice Jr., then trades him to Washinton.
Philly at it again. This time trading Pierre Jackson to New Orleans.
Dallas finally wants back in. This time take Milwaukee as a partner.
Mike Muscala ends up in Big D in the Bucks/Mavs swap.
A confusing three-way deal that involved Milwaukee, Dallas and Philly
Boston takes No. 53 from Indiana, take Iverson. No, not that one.
Miami crashed the dance.
The Rights of Joffrey Lauvergne of France was traded in a package to Denver from Memphis for Kosta Koufos.
Oh yeah, in non-draft trade news, the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets finalized the blockbuster trade that will send Jason Terry, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett to the Nets.