There were a lot of trades going on Thursday night during the NBA Draft of 2010. One of the largest trades was between the Chicago Bulls to the Washington Wizards in which they dealt a trade not only Kirk Hinrich but also the rights to their number 17 draft pick Kevin Seraphin in exchange for a potential second round draft pick.
As for other trades of the night:
The New Orleans Hornets dealt a trade to Oklahoma City the rights of their number 11 pick Cole Aldrich and Morris Peterson for their number 21 draft pick Craig Brackins as well as number 26 draft pick Quincy Pondexter.
The Minnesota Timberwolves dealt a trade to the Portland Trail Blazers Ryan Gomes as well as rights to their number 16 draft pick Luke Babbitt in exchange for Martell Webster.
The Oklahoma City Thunder dealt a trade to the L.A. Clippers their number 18 draft pick of Eric Bledsoe in exchange for a potential and protected first round draft pick.
The Minnesota Timberwolves dealt a trade to the Washington Wizards the rights of number 28 draft pick Trevor Booker as well as number 56 draft pick Hamady Ndiaye in exchange for the number 30 draft pick of Lazer Hayward and number 35 draft pick Nemanja Bjelica.
The New Jersey Nets dealt a trade to the Atlanta Hawks the rights of number 27 pick of Jordon Crawford and number 31 pick Tibor Pleiss in exchange for the rights of their number 24 draft pick of Damion Jones.
The Memphis Grizzlies dealt a trade to the Dallas Mavericks their rights to number 25 pick Dominique Jones in exchange for cash.
The Atlanta Hawks dealt a trade to Oklahoma City number 31 draft pick Tibor Pleiss due to fiscal concerns.
The Miami Heat dealt a trade to Oklahoma City the rights of number 48 draft pick Latavious Williams in exchange for a potential 2011 second round draft pick.
The Mavericks dealt a trade to the Toronto Rapters rights to number 50 pick Solomon Alabi for fiscal concerns as well as a potential second round pick.
Oklahoma City dealt a trade to the Indiana Pacers their rights to number 51 draft pick Magnum Rolle in exchange for cash considerations as well as number 57 pick Ryan Reid.
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