NBA draft-day trade overview

Updated: June 29, 2007, 2:41 PM ET news services

Boston gets:
Ray Allen, rights to the 35th pick (Glen Davis)
Seattle gets:
Delonte West, Wally Szczerbiak, Boston's No. 5 draft pick, Jeff Green, and a future second rounder.
The deal: Seattle traded All-Star Ray Allen and the rights to the 35th pick -- LSU's Glen Davis -- to Boston for the No. 5 pick, Delonte West and Wally Szczerbiak. The Celtics picked Georgetown forward Jeff Green at No. 5 for Seattle. Seattle will get a future second-round pick from Boston. Story

Portland-New York
Portland gets:
Steve Francis, Channing Frye
New York gets:
Zach Randolph, Dan Dickau and Fred Jones
The deal: Portland traded Zach Randolph, its top scorer last season, to the Knicks for Channing Frye and Steve Francis. The Blazers also sent Dan Dickau and Fred Jones to New York as part of the deal. In addition, the Knicks obtained the draft rights to Demetris Nichols from Portland for a 2008 second round draft pick. Story

Charlotte-Golden St.
Charlotte gets:
Jason Richardson, rights to No. 36 pick (Jermareo Davidson)
Golden St. gets:
Rights to No. 8 pick (Brandan Wright)
The deal: The Warriors traded guard Jason Richardson to the Bobcats for the rights to North Carolina forward Brandan Wright, the eighth overall pick. Charlotte also got the rights to Alabama forward Jermareo Davidson, Golden State's choice with the 36th selection. Story

Miami gets:
Daequan Cook, a 2009 second-round pick and cash
Philadelphia gets:
Jason Smith
The deal: The rights of Ohio State's Daequan Cook, who went to Philadelphia at No. 21, later were sent to Miami for the rights to Jason Smith of Colorado State, taken by the Heat with the 20th pick.

Portland gets:
Rights to No. 24 pick (Rudy Fernandez)
Phoenix gets:
The deal: ESPN's Ric Bucher reports the Suns agreed to trade the rights to their No. 24 pick to Portland in exchange for cash. The Suns selected Rudy Fernandez from Spain at No. 24, but he'll be sent to Portland via an agreed-to trade.

Philadelphia gets:
Rights to No. 42 pick (Derrick Byars), cash considerations
Portland gets:
Rights to No. 30 pick (Petteri Koponen)
The deal: The Sixers have agreed to trade Petteri Koponen, who they selected with the 30th overall pick, to Portland in exchange for the Blazers' 42nd pick -- Vanderbilt's Derrick Byars -- and cash considerations.

Seattle gets:
Future second-round pick and cash
Houston gets:
Rights to No. 31 pick (Carl Landry)
The deal: Seattle traded the 31st overall pick -- Purdue's Carl Landry -- to Houston for cash and a future second-round pick.

Miami gets:
2009 second-round draft pick
Indiana gets:
Rights to No. 39 pick (Stanko Barac)
The deal: The Pacers got the rights to center Stanko Barac from Miami in exchange for a second round Indiana draft pick in 2009.

Orlando gets:
Cash considerations
Houston gets:
Rights to No. 54 pick (Brad Newley)
The deal: The Rockets took Australian Brad Newley -- a guard -- with the 54th overall pick, acquired from Orlando for cash earlier in the day. It was the second straight year that Houston acquired a second-round pick from Orlando. The Magic picked Lior Eliyahu a year ago, then traded his draft rights to Houston for cash.

Dallas gets:
Rights to 44th pick (Reyshawn Terry)
Orlando gets:
Rights to 60th pick (Milovan Rakovic)
Cash considerations
The deal: Terry averaged 14.3 points as a junior at North Carolina, but tailed off some in his second year. He has NBA 3-point range and could stick in the league. Rakovic is a 6-10 forward may end up back in his native Serbia and not in the NBA any time soon. Story

Utah gets:
Rights to 38th pick (Kyrylo Fesenko)
Philadelphia gets:
Rights to 55th pick (Herbert Hill)
Additional considerations
The deal: Fesenko is a 20 year old who has dominated in the Ukraine who some projected as a late first-round pick. Hill played at Providence and, in John Hollinger's statistical formula, was the 16th-best college prospect.

Toronto-San Antonio
Toronto gets:
Rights to 58th pick (Giorgos Printezis)
San Antonio gets:
Toronto's second-round pick in the 2008 draft
The deal: Printezis will likely return to Greece, where he averaged 11 points and four rebounds a game for Olimpia Larisa. San Antonio gets a crack at somebody next year.