2022 NBA Offseason Trades | Hoops Judge

As we did with last year’s offseason trades and in-season swaps from 2021/22, Hoops Rumors will keep track of all the changes made this offseason, right up to the start of the 2022/23 season, and update this post with each transaction.

Trades are listed here in reverse chronological order, with the last at the top. So if a player has been traded several times, the first team listed as having bought him is what ended up with him. If a trade has not yet been formally closed, it will be listed in italics.

For the full history of each trade, click on the date above it. For more information on the specific terms and conditions that dictate whether and when draft choices involved in these agreements will actually change hands, be sure to check out RealGM.com’s overview of the details of traded choices. We will continue to update this list with the latest specific details on choices and other compensation as they are reported.

Here is the full list of the NBA’s 2022 offseason deals:


Adopted, but not yet officially:

Date TBD

  • Nuggets to acquire the draft rights to Ismael Kamagate (No. 46 pick).
  • Trail Blazers to secure a 2024 second-round pick.

Date TBD

  • Stamps to acquire Kemba Walker and the draft rights to Jalen Duren (No. 13 pick).
  • Knicks to secure the Bucks’ 2025 first-round pick (top four protected).

Date TBD

  • Trail Blazers to acquire Jerami Grant and the draft rights to Ismael Kamagate (No. 46 pick).
  • Stamps to acquire the draft rights to Gabriele Procida (No. 36 pick), the Bucks ‘2025 first-round pick (top-four protected), the Pistons’ 2025 second-round pick, and either the Trail Blazers ‘or Pelicans’ 2026 second-round pick (that which is most beneficial).
    • Note: The Trail Blazers had acquired the Pistons’ 2025 second round in a previous trade; The Pistons get it back in this deal.

Officially:

June 24

June 24

  • Timberwolves acquire the draft rights to Wendell Moore (No. 26 pick).
  • Rockets acquire the draft rights to TyTy Washington (No. 29 selection), Timberwolves ‘2025 second-round pick and Timberwolves’ 2027 second-round pick.

June 24

June 24

  • Pacers acquire the draft rights to Kendall Brown (No. 48 picks).
  • Timberwolves get either the Pacers’, Heats’ or Spurs’ 2026 second-round pick (the least favorable) and cash.

June 24

  • Bucks acquire the draft rights to Hugo Besson (No. 58 pick).
  • Pacers raise money ($ 1 million).

June 24

  • Grizzlies acquire the draft rights to Jake LaRavia (No. 19 pick) and the Timberwolves’ 2023 pick in the second round.
  • Timberwolves acquire the draft rights to Walker Kessler (No. 22 pick) and TyTy Washington (No. 29 pick).

June 24

  • Grizzlies acquire the draft rights to Kennedy Chandler (No. 38 picks).
  • Spurs raise Lakers 2024 second-round picks and cash ($ 1 MM).

June 24

  • Warriors acquire the draft rights to Ryan Rollins (No. 44 pick).
  • Hawks acquire the draft rights to Tyrese Martin (No. 51 choice) and cash ($ 2MM).

June 24

  • Hornets acquire the draft rights to Bryce McGowens (No. 40 picks).
  • Timberwolves acquire the draft rights to Josh Minott (No. 45 pick) and the Knicks’ 2023 pick in the second round.

June 24

  • Mavericks acquire the draft rights to Jaden Hardy (No. 37 pick).
  • Kings get the Mavericks ‘2024 second-round pick and the Mavericks’ 2028 second-round pick.

June 23

  • Thunder acquire JaMychal Green and the Nuggets’ 2027 first-round pick (top five protected).
  • Nuggets acquire the draft rights to Peyton Watson (No. 30 selection), either the Thunder’s, Wizards’, Mavericks’ or Heats’ 2023 second-round pick (the second most favorable), and either the Hornets’ or Timberwolves’ 2024 second-round pick (which is most favorable).
    • Note: If the Mavericks and Heats 2023 second-rounders are the two most favorable of these four picks, the Nuggets will instead receive the third most favorable of the four.

June 23

  • Knicks acquire the draft rights to Jalen Duren (No. 13 pick).
  • Hornets provide the Nuggets’ first-round pick from 2023 (top-14 protected), the Knicks’ second-round pick in 2023, the Jazz’s second-round pick in 2023, either the Thunder’s, Wizards’, Mavericks’ or Heats’ 2023 pick in the second round (whichever is less favorable), and the Knicks ‘election in the second round in 2024.
    • Note: If either the Mavericks or Heats 2023 second rounds are the least favorable of these four picks, the Hornets will instead receive the second least favorable of the four.

June 23

  • Thunder acquire the draft rights to Ousmane Dieng (No. 11 pick).
  • Knicks provide the Nuggets’ 2023 first-round pick (top-14 protected), the Wizards’ 2023 first-round pick (top-14 protected), and the Pistons’ 2023 first-round pick (top-18 protected).

June 23

  • Cavaliers obtain election No. 49 in the 2022 draft.
  • Kings acquire the draft rights to Sasha Vezenkov and cash ($ 1.75 MM).

June 23

  • Lakers obtain election No. 35 in the 2022 draft.
  • Magi Get either the Lakers ‘or Wizards’ 2028 second-round pick (the most advantageous) and cash ($ 2.15 MM).