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June 24, 2010

2010 NBA Draft

2010 Draft Day Trade Tracker


Posted Jun 23 2010 8:43PM - Updated Jun 25 2010 6:05AM

Check back throughout the 2010 NBA Draft for all the information from trades that went down and affected Thursday night's Draft in New York City.

Heat deal Cook to Thunder

Miami receives: 32nd pick (Dexter Pittman) in 2010 Draft
Oklahoma City receives: Daequan Cook and the No. 18 pick (Eric Bledsoe) in 2010 Draft
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Hawks, Nets and Thunder swap picks

Atlanta receives: No. 27 pick (Jordan Crawford), cash considerations
New Jersey receives: No. 24 pick (Damion James)
Oklahoma City receives: No. 31 pick (Tibor Pleiss)
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Mavs send cash to Grizzlies for No. 25 pick

Dallas receives: No. 25 pick (Dominique Jones)
Memphis receives: Cash considerations
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Wolves trade for Webster

Minnesota receives: Martell Webster
Portland receives: No. 16 pick (Luke Babbitt) and Ryan Gomes
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Mavs send pick to Raptors

Toronto receives: No. 50 pick (Solomon Alabi)
Dallas receives: Future second-round pick and cash considerations

Thunder land D-Leaguer from Heat

Oklahoma City receives: No. 48 pick (Latavious Williams)
Miami receives: Future second-round pick
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Clippers acquire No. 18 pick from Thunder

Clippers receive: No. 18 pick (Eric Bledsoe)
Oklahoma City receives: Future protected first-round pick
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Pacers, Thunder complete deal

Indiana receives: No. 51 pick (Magnum Rolle)
Oklahoma City receives: No. 57 pick (Ryan Reid) and cash considerations
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Wolves, Wizards pull off four-player trade

Minnesota receives: No. 30 pick Lazar Hayward and No. 35 pick Nemanja Bjelica
Washington receives: No. 23 pick Trevor Booker and No. 56 pick Hamady Ndiaye

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