Since the NBA does not allow teams to trade draft selections directly, it can become a bit confusing to figure out who is going where by the end of the draft. This year, a number of rights to draft picks were traded, with some of those picks being traded twice.
If you are as easily confused as I am, it was hard to follow.
Luckily, we have a breakdown of all of the trades that went down during the 2013 NBA Draft so that you can catch up with what you may have missed.
Here is a breakdown of the trades that went down during the draft:
Boston Celtics Receive: Colton Iverson
Indiana Pacers Receive: Cash considerations
Dallas Mavericks Receive: Lucas Nogueira and two future second-round picks
Boston Celtics Receive: Kelly Olynyk
Dallas Mavericks Receive: Shane Larkin and cash considerations
Atlanta Hawks Receive: Lucas Nogueira, Mike Muscala and Jared Cunnigham
Denver Nuggets Receive: Erick Green and cash considerations
Utah Jazz Receive: Rudy Gobert
Golden State Warriors Receive: Malcolm Lee and Andre Roberson
Minnesota Timberwolves Receive: 2014 second-round pick and cash considerations.
Golden State Warriors Receive: Archie Goodwin
Oklahoma City Thunder Receive: Andre Roberson
Golden State Warriors Receive: Nemanja Nedovic
Phoenix Suns Receive: Archie Goodwin and Malcolm Lee
Washington Wizards Receive: Glen Rice Jr.
Philadelphia 76ers Receive: Nate Wolters and Arsalan Kazemi
Philadelphia 76ers Receive: Ricky Ledo and a 2014 second-round pick
Milwaukee Bucks Receive: Nate Wolters
Philadelphia 76ers Receive: 2014 second-round pick
Dallas Mavericks Receive: Ricky Ledo
Oklahoma City Thunder Receive: Grant Jerrett
Portland Trail Blazers Receive: Cash considerations
Denver Nuggets Receive: Joffrey Lauvergne and Darrell Arthur
Memphis Grizzlies Receive: Kosta Koufos
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