Nearly a third – 19 of 60 – picks in the 2014 NBA draft were traded.
Some of the deals are official, and some can’t be completed until July, but that’s only a technicality.
Here’s my best attempt at compiling every trade involving a 2014 NBA draft pick:
- The 76ers traded Elfrid Payton (No. 10) to the Magic for Dario Saric (No. 12), a 2017 first rounder (top-11 protected and top-eight protected in 2018) and 2015 second rounder
- The Nuggets traded Doug McDermott (No. 11) and Anthony Randolph to the Bulls for Jusuf Nurkic (No. 16), Gary Harris (No. 19) and a 2015 second rounder
- The Hornets traded Shabazz Napier (No. 24) to the Heat for P.J. Hairston (No. 26), Semaj Christon (No. 55) and a future second rounder
- The Jazz traded Jarnell Stokes (No. 35) to the Grizzlies for a 2016 second rounder
- The Timberwolves traded Markel Brown (No. 44) to the Nets for cash
- The Hornets traded Dwight Powell (No. 45) and Brendan Haywood to the Cavaliers for Alonzo Gee
- The Wizards traded Jordan Clarkson (No. 46) to the Lakers for cash
- The 76ers traded Russ Smith (No. 47) to the Pelicans for Pierre Jackson
- The 76ers traded Nemanja Dangubic (No. 54) to the Spurs for Jordan McRae (No. 58) and Cory Jefferson (No. 60)
- The Nuggets traded Roy Devyn Marble (No. 56) and Evan Fournier to the Magic for Arron Afflalo
- The Pacers traded Louis Labeyrie (No. 57) to the Knicks for cash
- The Raptors traded Xavier Thames (No. 59) for cash
- The 76ers traded Cory Jefferson, the 60th pick whom them acquired from the Spurs earlier in the night, to the Nets. Philadelphia’s return is unclear, because it would just be too easy to put a bow on this