2017 NBA Draft
2017 NBA Draft

2017 Draft day trade chatter roundup: Jazz sends Lyles to Denver

NBA.com Staff

Jun 22, 2017 7:01 PM ET

According to several reports, the Chicago Bulls are sending Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

With the 2017 Draft tonight underway (LIVE, ESPN), the trade talks that have swirled all week -- as well as some new chatter -- are bubbling up. Here's the latest on what's being talked about around the NBA:

Report: Jazz still dealing

North Carolina's Tony Bradley is the Lakers' pick at No. 28 and is on his way to Utah in a deal that nets the Lakers the No. 30 and No. 42 picks in the Draft, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.

Report: Jazz send Lyles to Nuggets for 13th pick

Utah moved up in the Draft, making a deal with Denver for the No. 13 pick to select Louisville guard Donovan Mitchell, per Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical. The Jazz send Trey Lyles and the No. 24 pick to the Nuggets.

Report: Kings, Blazers reach deal

Sacramento selected Gonzaga's Zach Collins with the No. 10 pick but will trade the Draft rights to Collins to Portland for the No. 15 and 20 picks in the Draft, per Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.

Report: Celtics chasing George

The Celtics are looking to make a push for the services of Paul George, according to the Vertical....

Report: Butler heading to Wolves

Chicago All-Star Jimmy Butler is reportedly on the move to reconnect with a familiar face in Minnesota under former Bulls coach and now Timberwolves boss and head coach Tom Thibodeau, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune....

Report: Butler heading north?

Report: Suns, Nuggets discussing deal

Denver and Phoenix could swap point guards before tonight's Draft, according to Chris Haynes of ESPN ...

Report: Rockets still pursuing Paul George

The Houston Rockets are looking to give James Harden more help, according to Marc Stein ....


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