2022 NBA Draft Trade Tracker (Will OG Anunoby, John Collins Be Traded after Jerami Grant?)

Mar 7, 2022; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant (9) reacts after making a
Mar 7, 2022; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Detroit Pistons forward Jerami Grant (9) reacts after making a / Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA Draft is always one of the busiest nights of the year, not only for drafting prospects, but trades.

The NBA Draft trade bonanza got started on Wednesday with the Portland Trail Blazers trading for Pistons forward Jerami Grant. The Blazers are intent on building a contending roster around Damian Lillard and only sacrificed a 2025 first round pick from the Milwaukee Bucks to get the trade done.

Pistons Trade Jerami Grant to Blazers for 2025 First Round Pick

Lakers Acquire Pick No. 35 from Magic

Pistons, Knicks, Hornets Complete Trade, Sending Jalen Duren to Detroit

In a three-team deal, the Pistons sent the future first round pick they received from Portland to the Hornets in order acquire No. 13 pick Jalen Duren out of Memphis as well as the contract of Kemba Walker from the Knicks. New York appears to be attempting to open up cap space for free agency.

It's worth noting that the Knicks also traded their No. 11 pick to the Thunder for future assets that are to be determined.

Here is what New York ended up with after the flurry of moves early on Draft night:

Grizzlies Trade Up, Select Jake LaRavia

The No. 2 seed in the Western Conference last season got aggressive in the first round of the draft, packaging No. 22 and No. 29 to move up to No. 19 and pick Jake LaRavia from Wake Forest.

Sixers Trade No. 23 to Grizzlies

The Grizz were active once again, moving back into the first round, sending De'Anthony Melton to the 76ers in exchange for the 23rd pick and Danny Green. Memphis used the pick on Colorado State's David Roddy.

Timberwolves Move Up, Select Wendell Moore

The Timberwolves used one of their picks acquired from the Grizzlies to move up three spots and take Wendell Moore from Duke. The Rockets, who acquired No. 26 from the Mavericks last week in the Christian Wood trade, scooped up a future second rounder and selected Tyty Washington from Kentucky.

This was the final trade of the first round.