Hawks: Post-Trade Deadline update on future draft picks

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After making four separate trade deadline deals, it is easy to lose track of the Hawks’ future draft assets. Picks were involved in every trade the team made, as follows:

Clint Capela trade: Hawks gave up their 2020 Brooklyn Nets’ top 14 protected first-round pick, 2024 Golden State Warriors’ second-round pick.

Dewayne Dedmon trade: Hawks received Houston Rockets’ 2020 second-round pick, 2021 Miami Heat’s second-round pick.

Derrick Walton Jr. trade: Hawks sent their own 2022 second-round pick, but it is protected top-55.

Skal Labissiere trade: Hawks sent their own 2024 second-round pick, but it is protected top-55.

Here is the complete outlook for future Hawks’ draft picks:

2020: 

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick, projected 3rd overall

Second Round:

Houston Rockets’ pick, projected 53rd overall

2021:

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Second Round:

Miami Heat’s pick

2022:

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Oklahoma City Thunder’s first-round pick (top 14 protected). Becomes 2024, 2025 second-round picks if it does not vest.

Second Round:

Los Angeles Clippers’ second-rounder (top 55 protected)

Hawks’ own pick (top 55 protected), belongs to Clippers if the pick falls between (56-60)

2023:

First Round: 

Hawks’ own pick

Second Round: 

Hawks’ own pick, maybe. Philadephia Sixers receive most favorable of Hawks, Charlotte Hornets, Brooklyn Nets second-round picks

New Orleans Pelicans’ second-round pick (top 45 protected).

2024: 

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Second Round:

Hawks’ own pick (protected top 55). Vests to Portland Trail Blazers if between picks 56-50.

Miami Heat’s pick (only vests if between 55-55)

2025:

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Second Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Brooklyn Nets’ pick

2026:

First Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Second Round:

Hawks’ own pick

Golden State Warriors’ pick

 

 

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