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Outstanding 2013 NBA Draft Trades - July 12




The Atlanta Hawks own the Houston Rockets' first-round pick (lottery protected via the Nets/Terrence Williams trade) from the Joe Johnson trade.

The Atlanta Hawks own the Houston Rockets' second-round pick (top-40 protected) from the David Andersen trade.



The Charlotte Bobcats own the Detroit Pistons' first-round pick (lottery protected) from the Ben Gordon trade.

The Charlotte Bobcats own the Portland Blazers' first-round pick (top-12 protected) from the Gerald Wallace trade.



The Chicago Bulls own the Charlotte Bobcats' first-round pick (top-12 protected) from the Tyrus Thomas trade.



The Cleveland Cavaliers own the Miami Heat's first-round pick (top 10 protected) from the LeBron James trade.

The Cleveland Cavaliers own the Sacramento Kings' first-round pick (top-12 protected) from the J.J. Hickson trade.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have the right to swap first-round picks with the Los Angeles Lakers (lottery protected) due to the Ramon Sessions trade.

The Cleveland Cavaliers own the Orlando Magic's second-round pick from the Justin Harper trade.





The Dallas Mavericks have the right to swap second-round picks with the Los Angeles Lakers due to the Lamar Odom trade.



The Denver Nuggets own the Portland Blazers' second-round pick (top-40 protected) from the Raymond Felton/Andre Miller trade.



The Los Angeles Lakers own the Memphis Grizzlies' second-round pick (top-55 protected) from the Pau Gasol trade.



The Miami Heat own the Philadelphia 76ers' first-round pick (lottery protected) from the Arnett Moultrie trade.





The Minnesota Timberwolves own the Memphis Grizzlies' first-round pick (lottery protected via the Rockets/Shane Battier trade) from the Donatas Motiejunas trade.

The Minnesota Timberwolves own the Brooklyn Nets' second-round pick from the Bojan Bogdanovic trade.

The Minnesota Timberwolves own the Oklahoma City Thunder's second-round pick (top-43 protected) from the Lazar Hayward trade.



The Oklahoma City Thunder own the Toronto Raptors' first-round pick (protected via Houston/Kyle Lowry trade) from the James Harden trade.

The Oklahoma City Thunder own the Dallas Mavericks' first-round pick (top-20 protected; via the Lakers from the Lamar Odom trade via Houston from the Jordan Hill/Derek Fisher trade) from the James Harden trade.

The Oklahoma City Thunder own the Charlotte Bobcats' second-round pick (via the Rockets) from the James Harden trade.



The Orlando Magic own the Warriors' second-round pick (via Denver) from the Dwight Howard trade.



The Philadelphia 76ers owns the New Orleans Hornets' second-round pick from the Marreese Speights/Xavier Henry trade.





The Phoenix Suns own the Minnesota Timberwolves' first-round pick (top-13 protected) from the Wesley Johnson trade.

The Phoenix Suns own the lowest of the Los Angeles Lakers' first-round picks from the Steve Nash trade.

The Phoenix Suns own the Denver Nuggets' second-round pick (via Lakers) from the Steve Nash trade.



The Portland Blazers own the Boston Celtics' second-round pick from the Courtney Lee trade.

The Portland Blazers own the Minnesota Timberwolves' second-round pick (via Boston) from the Courtney Lee trade.



The Utah Jazz own the Golden State Warriors' first-round pick (top-six protected via the Nets/Marcus Williams trade) from the Deron Williams trade.



The Washington Wizards own the New York Knicks' second-round pick from the Tyson Chandler three-team trade.



Recent NBA Draft and Offseason Blog Entries:

James Harden Trade Analysis - 10/29
What Will the USA Basketball Team Look Like at 2016 Summer Olympics? - 8/15
Dwight Howard Trade Analysis - 8/10
Restricted 2013 NBA Free Agents - 7/29
Unrestricted 2013 NBA Free Agents - 7/28
2012 NBA Offseason Winners - 7/23
2012 NBA Offseason Losers - 7/21
2012 NBA Free Agent Recap - 7/13
Outstanding 2013 NBA Draft Trades - 7/12
2012 NBA Free Agent Recap - 7/10
2012 NBA Free Agent Recap - 7/6
2012 NBA Free Agent Recap - 7/4
Atlanta Hawks' Trades Recap - 7/3
2012 NBA Free Agent Recap - 7/2
2012 NBA Draft Winners - 6/30
2012 NBA Draft Losers - 6/30
NBA Trade Analysis - 6/28
NBA Trade Analysis - 6/27
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Perry Jones - More Risk or Reward? - 6/26
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: John Henson One of NBA Draft's Most Overrated Players - 6/25
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Vanderbilt to See Three Commodores Taken in NBA Draft - 6/22
Wizards-Hornets Trade Analysis - 6/21
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Doron Lamb: Stepping out of Kentucky Shadows into NBA Draft - 6/20
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Can Memphis' Will Barton Sneak into 1st round of 2012 NBA Draft? - 6/19
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Baylor's Quincy Miller Made a Mistake by Entering NBA Draft - 6/16
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Can Duke's Austin Rivers live up to the hype in the NBA? - 6/15
2012 NBA Draft Combine Coverage: Can Kansas' Tyshawn Taylor Be a True NBA Point Guard? - 6/14
2012 NBA Draft Lottery Odds Breakdown - 5/30
2012 NBA Trade Deadline: Winners - 3/19
2012 NBA Trade Deadline: Losers - 3/18
2012 NBA Trade Deadline: Five Players Likely to Be Traded - 3/8
2012 NBA Draft Outstanding Trades - 12/25
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Come on, get it done!I have not watched the NBA since they left Vancouver. If they would be back, I would be back too.Miss going to the games a lot. NBA games were a lot more fan frieldny then the Canucks games but I would support both(and the Lions in summer/fall).
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Above and Beyond! My only regret is not kninowg you at Jacksons birth. Its been an incredible journey for my son's first year and I cant thank you enough for all of our photo sessions, all of your mom to mom advice, our girlfriend to girlfriend chats, play dates with the babies and just the love and positive energy you give off. Thank you Stace for being YOU! <3And many thanks to my girl Dany had it not been for her we wouldnt be viewing or reading any of this
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I have watched a few Hoya games the last few years, and have seen Summers play a bit. When wahcnitg him, he looked like he was on an NBA level. He is a poised defender and has a great post up game. I have also seen him get a lot of praise from announcers about his NBA readiness. He should go now, so there is no chance he can ruin it, for example if he got injured next year if he stayed, he would get drafted a lot later.
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I think that this is how it should be done. If you rellay believe you are a great player out of high school then go to the NBA, but if you go to college you have to stay for at least two years. Colleges spend tons of money on recruiting and then there players are one and done.






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