New pre-season draft swaps have been announced in the American Basketball League (NBA). Having the right of first choice, the Orlando Magic added Paolo Banchero, who played for Duke last season, to their squad. The 19-year-old Italian player plays in the forward position. The Oklahoma City Thunder, second in draft picks, selected 20-year-old Chet Holmgren.


    Cleveland: 49th pick (Isaiah Mobley)

    Sacramento: Sasha Vezenkov’s draft rights


    L.A. Lakers: 35th place pick (Max Christie)

    Orlando: Two future runoffs and some money


    Oklahoma: 11th place pick (Ousmane Dieng)

    New York: 2023 Detroit-protected first-round, 2023 Washington-protected first-round, 2023 Denver-protected first-round


    New York: 2025 Milwaukee first-round pick

    Detroit: Kemba Walker, 13th pick (Jalen Dureni)

    Charlotte: 2023 Denver first-round picks, Four second-round picks


    Memphis: 19th-place pick (Jake LaRavia) and future second-round pick

    Minnesota: 22nd pick (Walker Kessler) and 29th pick (Later traded to Houston)


    Philadelphia: De’Anthony Melton

    Memphis: Danny Green and 23rd pick (David Roddy)


    Minnesota: 26th pick (Wendell Moore)

    Houston: 29th pick (TyTy Washington) and two second-round picks from the Future


    Dallas: 37th pick (Jaden Hardy)

    Sacramento: Two second-round picks from the future


    Memphis: 38th place pick (Kennedy Chandler)

    San Antonio: Second-round pick and some money


    Charlotte: 40th pick pick (Bryce McGowens)

    Minnesota: Two second-round picks from the future


    Golden State: 44th pick (Ryan Rollins)

    Atlanta: 51st pick (Tyrese Martin) and $2 million cash


    Denver: 46th place pick (Ismael Kamagate)

    Portland: 2024 second-round pick


    Indiana: 48th pick (Kendall Brown)

    Minnesota: Draft from the future


    Milwaukee: 58th pick (Hugo Besson)

    Indiana: Draft from the future





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