NBA free agency 2022 – Tradable contracts and draft picks for all 30 teams


Free agency tips off Thursday at 6 p.m. ET, but with only five teams projected to have significant cap space, most of the NBA’s attention will be on what is expected to be a robust trade season.

We’ve seen plenty of big names move via trades in recent years, including multiple deals for All-Stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook, and this summer could bring more names on the move. Already we’ve seen the Detroit Pistons trade Jerami Grant to the Portland Trail Blazers and a slew of moves by the New York Knicks on draft night.

To help gauge what could happen in the coming days, we have a complete breakdown of the future draft picks and players under contract who are available to trade for each of the NBA’s 30 teams.

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Free agents and first-round draft rights: Delon Wright, Kevin Knox II, Lou Williams, Gorgui Dieng, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Sharife Cooper, Skylar Mays and AJ Griffin

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Hawks own all of their future first-round picks.

  • They have a 2023 first from Charlotte (top-16 protected). The pick is lottery-protected in 2024 and 2025 if not conveyed. It will turn into a 2026 and 2027 Charlotte second if not received.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Trae Young: $37.1 million; player option in 2026-27

  2. John Collins: $23.5 million; player option in 2025-26

  3. Danilo Gallinari: $21.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (partial guarantee in 2022-23)

  4. Clint Capela: $18.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  5. Bogdan Bogdanovic: $18 million; player option in 2023-24

  6. Kevin Huerter: $14.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  7. De’Andre Hunter: $9.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  8. Onyeka Okongwu: $6.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Jalen Johnson: $2.8 million; restricted free agent in 2025


Free agents: Luke Kornet

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • Boston has all its own first-round picks. The Spurs have the right to swap firsts in 2028 (top-1 protected).

  • Trade exceptions: $17.2, $9.7, $6.9, $2.2, $1.9 and $1.8 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Jayson Tatum: $30.4 million; player option in 2025-26

  2. Jaylen Brown: $28.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Al Horford: $26.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (partial guarantee in 2022-23)

  4. Marcus Smart: $17.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  5. Derrick White: $16.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  6. Robert Williams III: $10.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  7. Daniel Theis: $8.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  8. Grant Williams: $4.3 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  9. Aaron Nesmith: $3.8 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Payton Pritchard: $2.2 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  11. Nik Stauskas: $2.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract)

  12. Juwan Morgan: $1.8; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract)

  13. Malik Fitts: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract)

  14. Sam Hauser: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract)


Free agents: Patty Mills (player option), Kessler Edwards (team option), Bruce Brown, Nic Claxton, Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond and LaMarcus Aldridge

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • Brooklyn has a 2023 unprotected first from Philadelphia. The Nets also have a 2027 or 2028 top-8 protected first from the 76ers. The pick is conditional upon Philadelphia sending Oklahoma City a first in either 2025 or 2026.

  • The Nets owe Houston unprotected first-round picks in 2022, 2024 and 2026. The Rockets have the right to swap firsts in 2023, 2025 and 2027.

  • The Nets are allowed to trade either pick from Philadelphia along with their 2028 or 2029 first.

  • Trade exceptions: $11.6, $6.3, $3.3 and $1.7 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Kevin Durant: $44.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  2. Kyrie Irving: $36.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Ben Simmons: $35.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  4. Joe Harris: $18.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  5. Seth Curry: $8.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Day’Ron Sharpe: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Cam Thomas: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2025


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Miles Bridges, Montrezl Harrell, Cody Martin and Mark Williams (first round)

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Hornets owe Atlanta a top-16 protected first in 2023. The pick is top-14 protected in 2024 and 2025. If not conveyed in any of the three seasons, the Hornets will send a 2026 and 2027 second to Atlanta.

  • Charlotte has a 2023 top-14 protected first from Denver. The pick is top-14 protected in 2024 and 2025.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Gordon Hayward: $30.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. Terry Rozier: $21.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026 (partial guarantee in 2025-26)

  3. Kelly Oubre Jr.: $12.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Mason Plumlee: $9.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. LaMelo Ball: $8.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. P.J. Washington: $5.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. James Bouknight: $4.4 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  8. Kai Jones: $2.9 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  9. Jalen McDaniels: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  10. Nick Richards: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract in 2022-23)

  11. JT Thor: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Zach LaVine, Troy Brown Jr., Derrick Jones Jr., Matt Thomas, Tristan Thompson and Dalen Terry

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Bulls owe Orlando a top-4 protected first in 2023. It is top-3 protected in 2024. Chicago will send San Antonio a top-10 protected first in 2025 if the pick to Orlando is conveyed in 2023. If the first to the Magic is not sent, Chicago would then send San Antonio a top-10 protected first in 2026, but only if the Magic receive a first in 2024. If the conditions were already settled in the prior season, the pick is top-8 protected. If the pick was not conveyed in 2025 and 2026, the Bulls would send a top-8 protected first in 2026, 2027, or 2028.

  • They have a lottery-protected first from Portland over the next six seasons. They are allowed to trade the Trail Blazers’ first in a future deal.

  • Trade exception: $5 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. DeMar DeRozan: $27.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. Nikola Vucevic: $22 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Lonzo Ball: $19.5 million; player option in 2024-25

  4. Alex Caruso: $9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2024-25)

  5. Patrick Williams: $7.8 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. Coby White: $7.4 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. Tony Bradley: $2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Javonte Green: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Ayo Dosunmu: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Collin Sexton, Moses Brown, Rajon Rondo, Ed Davis and Ochai Agbaji

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Kevin Love: $28,942,830; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  2. Jarrett Allen: $20,000,000; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  3. Caris LeVert: $18,796,296; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Lauri Markkanen: $16,475,454; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2024-25)

  5. Darius Garland: $8,920,795; restricted free agent in 2023

  6. Evan Mobley: $8,478,720; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Cedi Osman: $7,426,088; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  8. Isaac Okoro: $7,040,880; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Dylan Windler: $4,037,278; restricted free agent in 2023

  10. Dean Wade: $1,930,681; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  11. Lamar Stevens: $1,782,621; team option in 2023-24 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)


Free agents: Jalen Brunson

Cannot be traded: Dorian Finney-Smith (trade restriction)

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Luka Doncic: $37.1 million player option in 2026-27

  2. Spencer Dinwiddie: $21.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2023-24)

  3. Tim Hardaway Jr.: $19.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  4. Davis Bertans: $16 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2024-25)

  5. Christian Wood: $14.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Dwight Powell: $11.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Reggie Bullock: $10 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2023-24)

  8. Maxi Kleber: $9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  9. Josh Green: $3.1 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Frank Ntilikina: $2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Bryn Forbes, Facundo Campazzo, Austin Rivers, DeMarcus Cousins, Vlatko Cancar, Peyton Watson and Christian Braun

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Nuggets owe Oklahoma City a top-14 protected first in 2023, 2024, or 2025. They also owe Orlando a top-5 protected first two years after the pick to OKC is conveyed. From the JaMychal Green trade, the Nuggets will send Oklahoma City a top-5 protected first in 2027, 2028 or 2029 if the first to Orlando is conveyed in 2025.

  • Trade exception: $8.2 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Nikola Jokic: $33 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  2. Jamal Murray: $31.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  3. Michael Porter Jr.: $30.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2027 (partial guarantee in 2026-27)

  4. Aaron Gordon: $19.7 million; player option in 2025-26

  5. Will Barton: $14.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Monte Morris: $9.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  7. Jeff Green: $4.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Zeke Nnaji: $2.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Bones Hyland: $2.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Marvin Bagley III, Frank Jackson, Rodney McGruder, Carsen Edwards, Luka Garza, Jaden Ivey and Jalen Duren

First-round assets and cap space

  • The Pistons owe New York a first that has protection from 2023-2027 (top-16 in 2022, top-18 in 2023 and 2024, top-13 in 2025 and top-9 in 2027).

  • Cap space: $23 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Kelly Olynyk: $12.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2024)

  2. Cade Cunningham: $10.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  3. Alec Burks: $10.1 million; team option in 2023-24

  4. Kemba Walker: $9.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Nerlens Noel: $9.2 million; team option in 2023-24

  6. Killian Hayes: $5.8 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  7. Hamidou Diallo: $5.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Cory Joseph: $5.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Isaiah Stewart: $3.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Saddiq Bey: $3 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  11. Saben Lee: $1.8 million; team option in 2023-24

  12. Isaiah Livers: $1.6 million; team option in 2023-24


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Kevon Looney, Gary Payton II, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Bjelica, Andre Iguodala, Damion Lee and Patrick Baldwin Jr.

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Steph Curry: $48.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  2. Klay Thompson: $40.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Andrew Wiggins: $33.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Draymond Green: $25.8 million; player option in 2023-24

  5. James Wiseman: $9.9 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. Jonathan Kuminga: $5.7 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Jordan Poole: $3.9 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  8. Moses Moody: $3.7 million; restricted free agent in 2025


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Bruno Fernando, Dennis Schroder, Jabari Smith, Tari Eason and TyTy Washington Jr.

First-round assets and trade exceptions:

  • The Rockets acquired unprotected firsts from the Nets in 2024 and 2026 in the James Harden deal. They also have future swap rights with the Nets in 2023, 2025 and 2027.

  • In addition, they have a future first from Milwaukee (2023 unprotected).

  • The Rockets owe the Thunder a first in 2024 (top-four protected) and 2026 (top-four protected). In addition, Oklahoma City has the right to swap picks in 2025 (top-10 protected; OKC has the right to swap with the Rockets or Clippers).

  • Trade exception: $3.9 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Eric Gordon: $19,568,360; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  2. Jalen Green: $9,441,840; restricted free agent in 2025

  3. David Nwaba: $5,022,000; team option in 2023-24

  4. Alperen Sengun: $3,375,480; restricted free agent in 2025

  5. Boban Marjanovic: $3,500,000; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Trey Burke: $3,423,750; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Sterling Brown: $3,000,000; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Marquese Chriss: $2,193,920; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Kevin Porter Jr.: $3,217,631; restricted free agent in 2023

  10. Usman Garuba: $2,471,160; restricted free agent in 2025

  11. Josh Christopher: $2,372,160; restricted free agent in 2025

  12. Daishen Nix: $1,563,518; restricted free agent in 2025 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24 and team option in 2024-25)

  13. Garrison Mathews: $2,000,000; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24 and team option in 2024-25)

  14. Kenyon Martin Jr.: $1,782,621; team option in 2023-24

  15. Jae’Sean Tate: $1,782,621; restricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Ricky Rubio, T.J. Warren, Jalen Smith, Lance Stephenson and Bennedict Mathurin

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Pacers own all of their future first-round picks. They have a top-14 protected first from Cleveland in 2023.

  • Projected cap space: $25 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Malcolm Brogdon: $22.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  2. Buddy Hield: $21.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Myles Turner: $18 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. T.J. McConnell: $8.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2024-25)

  5. Tyrese Haliburton: $4.2 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. Goga Bitadze: $4.7 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. Chris Duarte: $3.9 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  8. Isaiah Jackson: $2.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  9. Oshae Brissett: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  10. Terry Taylor: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2022-23 and 2023-24)

  11. Duane Washington Jr.: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free Agents: Nicolas Batum, Rodney Hood, Isaiah Hartenstein and Amir Coffey

Trade restriction: ​Ivica Zubac

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Clippers owe an unprotected first in 2024 and 2026 to Oklahoma City from the Paul George trade. In addition, the Thunder can swap first-rounders with LA in 2023 and 2025. The next available first that the Clippers can trade is in 2028.

  • Trade exceptions: $9.7 and $8.3 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Paul George: $42.5 million; player option in 2024-25

  2. Kawhi Leonard: $42.5 million; player option in 2024-25

  3. Norman Powell: $16.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  4. Marcus Morris Sr.: $16.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  5. Luke Kennard: $14.4 million; team option in 2024-25

  6. Robert Covington: $12.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  7. Reggie Jackson: $11.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Terance Mann: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  9. Jason Preston: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  10. Brandon Boston Jr.: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)


Free Agents: Wayne Ellington, Dwight Howard, Kent Bazemore, Malik Monk, Carmelo Anthony and Avery Bradley

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Pelicans have the right to swap first-round picks in 2023 and an unprotected first via Los Angeles in 2024. The Pelicans have the right to defer the 2024 first-rounder until 2025.

  • The Lakers are allowed to trade a first-round pick in 2027, 2028 or 2029. They are not allowed to trade all three.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Russell Westbrook: $47.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  2. LeBron James: $44.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Anthony Davis: $38 million; player option in 2024-25

  4. Talen Horton-Tucker: $10.3 million; player option in 2023-24

  5. Kendrick Nunn: $5.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Stanley Johnson: $2.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Wenyen Gabriel: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract in 2022-23)

  8. Austin Reaves: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed contract in 2022-23)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Kyle Anderson, Tyus Jones, Jarrett Culver, Jake LaRavia and David Roddy

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Jaren Jackson Jr.: $28.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  2. Steven Adams: $17.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Ja Morant: $12.1 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  4. Dillon Brooks: $11.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Danny Green: $10 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (partial guarantee in 2022-23)

  6. Ziaire Williams: $4.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Brandon Clarke: $4.3 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  8. John Konchar: $2.3 million: team option in 2023-24

  9. Desmond Bane: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Santi Aldama: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  11. Killian Tillie: $1.9 million; restricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: P.J. Tucker, Markieff Morris, Dewayne Dedmon, Victor Oladipo, Udonis Haslem, Caleb Martin and Nikola Jovic

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Jimmy Butler: $37.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  2. Bam Adebayo: $30.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  3. Kyle Lowry: $28.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  4. Duncan Robinson: $16.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026 (partial guarantee in 2025-26)

  5. Tyler Herro: $5.7 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  6. Max Strus: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Gabe Vincent: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Omer Yurtseven: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  9. Haywood Highsmith: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Bobby Portis, Serge Ibaka, Jordan Nwora, Wesley Matthews, Jevon Carter and MarJon Beauchamp

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • Milwaukee has control of its 2028 and 2029 first-round picks. Until those two, the Bucks’ picks are controlled by other teams. Houston has Milwaukee’s unprotected first-round pick in 2023. New Orleans has Milwaukee’s first-round picks in 2025 (if it falls in the top four) and 2027 (unprotected). The 2025 first will be sent to New York if it is between Nos. 5 and 30. The Pelicans also have swap rights with the Bucks in 2024 and 2026.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Giannis Antetokounmpo: $42.5 million; player option in 2025-26

  2. Khris Middleton: $37.9 million; player option in 2023-24

  3. Jrue Holiday: $33.7 million; player option in 2024-25

  4. Brook Lopez: $13.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Grayson Allen: $9.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  6. Pat Connaughton: $5.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. George Hill: $4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Thanasis Antetokounmpo: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Luca Vildoza: $1.8 million; restricted in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  10. Rayjon Tucker: $1.8 million; unrestricted in 2024-25 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Josh Okogie, Jake Layman, Greg Monroe, Walker Kessler and Wendell Moore Jr.

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Karl-Anthony Towns: $33.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. D’Angelo Russell: $31.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Malik Beasley: $15.6 million; team option in 2023-24

  4. Patrick Beverley: $13 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Anthony Edwards: $10.7 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. Taurean Prince: $8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  7. Jarred Vanderbilt: $4.3 million; team option in 2023-24

  8. Leandro Bolmaro: $2.5 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  9. Jordan McLaughlin: $2.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  10. Jaden McDaniels: $2.2 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  11. Naz Reid: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  12. Jaylen Nowell: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Tony Snell and Dyson Daniels

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Pelicans have the Lakers’ 2024 first-round pick and have the option to defer that to 2025. The Pelicans can also swap their 2023 first-round pick for the Lakers’ pick. Additionally, the Pelicans have a first from Milwaukee in 2025 (if it falls in the top four) and 2027 (unprotected). They also have the right to swap with Milwaukee in 2024 and 2026.

  • Trade exceptions: $6.4 and $1.8 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Brandon Ingram: $31.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025

  2. CJ McCollum: $33.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Jonas Valanciunas: $14.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  4. Zion Williamson: $13.5 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  5. Devonte’ Graham: $11.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2024-25)

  6. Larry Nance Jr.: $9.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Jaxson Hayes: $6.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  8. Garrett Temple: $5.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  9. Kira Lewis Jr.: $4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Trey Murphy III: $3.2 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  11. Willy Hernangomez: $2.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  12. Herbert Jones: $1.8 million; team option in 2023-24

  13. Naji Marshall: $1.8 million; team option in 2023-24

  14. Jose Alvarado: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25 (partial guarantee in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agent: Mitchell Robinson and Ryan Arcidiacono

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Knicks have all their future first-round picks.

  • New York is owed a 2023 first-round pick from Dallas. It is top-10 protected in 2023, 2024 and 2025. If not conveyed by 2025, it becomes a 2025 second-round pick.

  • The Knicks have 2023 (top-18 protected), 2024 (top 18), 2025 (top 13), 2026 (top 11) and 2027 (top 9) from the Pistons.

  • From Washington, New York has a first-round pick that is top-14 protected in 2023, top 12 in 2024, top 10 in 2025 and top eight in 2026.

  • The Bucks will send New York a 2025 first it falls outside of the top four

  • Projected cap space: $30M

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Julius Randle: $23.8 million; player option in 2025-26

  2. Evan Fournier: $18 million; team option in 2024-25

  3. Derrick Rose: $14.5 million; team option in 2023-24

  4. RJ Barrett: $10.9 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  5. Cam Reddish: $5.9 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  6. Obi Toppin: $5.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  7. Taj Gibson: $5.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  8. Immanuel Quickley: $2.3 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Quentin Grimes: $2.3 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  10. Miles McBride: $1.6 million; team option in 2023-24


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Chet Holmgren, Ousmane Dieng and Jalen Williams

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • Oklahoma City has its own first in every year.

  • First round from LA Clippers: unprotected in both 2024 and 2026.

  • The right to swap with LA Clippers: 2023 and 2025.

  • First-rounder from Houston: 2024 (top-four protected) and 2026 (top-four protected).

  • The right to swap in 2025 with Houston (if outside the top 10) or Brooklyn.

  • First-rounder from Utah: top-10 protected in 2024 and 2025, top-eight protected in 2026.

  • First-rounder from Philadelphia: 2025 (top-six protected), 2026 (top-four protected) and 2027 (top-four protected).

  • In 2025, the Thunder have a top-14-protected pick from the Heat (unprotected in 2026).

  • First-rounder from Denver: top-five-protected in 2027, 2028 and 2029.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: $30.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2027

  2. Derrick Favors: $10.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. JaMychal Green: $8.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Josh Giddey: $6.3 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  5. Darius Bazley: $4.3 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  6. Ty Jerome: $4.3 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. Aleksej Pokusevski: $3.3 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  8. Tre Mann: $3.0 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  9. Theo Maledon: $2.0 million; team option in 2023-24

  10. Kenrich Williams: $2.0 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  11. Jeremiah Robinson-Earl: $2.0 million; team option in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  12. Luguentz Dort: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  13. Isaiah Roby: $1.9 million; team option in 2022-23

  14. Aaron Wiggins: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  15. Vit Krejci: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Gary Harris, Mo Bamba, Bol Bol, Robin Lopez and Paolo Banchero

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Magic own all their first-round picks.

  • Orlando is owed a top-four-protected 2023 first-round pick from Chicago. The protection reduces to top three in 2024.

  • The Magic are also owed a top-five-protected first-round pick from the Nuggets, two years after Denver conveys a first-round pick to Oklahoma City (the earliest would be 2025).

  • Projected cap space: $27 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Jonathan Isaac: $17.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partially guaranteed in 2023-24 and 2024-25)

  2. Markelle Fultz: $16.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partially guaranteed in 2023-24)

  3. Wendell Carter Jr.: $14.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  4. Terrence Ross: $11.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Jalen Suggs: $6.9 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  6. Franz Wagner: $5.3 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Cole Anthony: $3.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  8. Chuma Okeke: $3.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. R.J. Hampton: $2.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  10. Moritz Wagner: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  11. Devin Cannady: $1.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agent: Paul Millsap

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The 76ers owe Brooklyn a 2023 unprotected first.

  • Philadelphia owes Oklahoma City a top-six-protected first in 2025. If the first is not sent in 2025, the Thunder will receive either a 2026 or 2027 top-four-protected first.

  • Two years after the first to the Thunder is conveyed, Philadelphia will send Brooklyn a top-eight-protected first in either 2027 or 2028.

  • The Sixers are not allowed to trade a future first unless the pick to Oklahoma City in 2025 or Brooklyn in 2027 is amended.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. James Harden: $47.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (if he opts in to the final year of his contract)

  2. Tobias Harris: $37.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Joel Embiid: $33.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2027

  4. De’Anthony Melton: $8.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2023-24)

  5. Furkan Korkmaz: $5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  6. Matisse Thybulle: $4.4 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. Georges Niang: $3.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Tyrese Maxey: $2.7 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Jaden Springer: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  10. Shake Milton: $2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  11. Isaiah Joe: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  12. Paul Reed: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  13. Charles Bassey: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23 and 2023-24)


Free agents: Deandre Ayton, Aaron Holiday, JaVale McGee, Elfrid Payton, Bismack Biyombo and Ish Wainright

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Devin Booker: $33.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. Chris Paul: $28.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (partial guarantee in 2023-24 and 2024-25)

  3. Mikal Bridges: $20.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  4. Jae Crowder: $10.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Landry Shamet: $9.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026 (partial guarantee in 2024-25 and team option in 2025-26)

  6. Dario Saric: $9.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Cameron Payne: $6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2023-24)

  8. Cameron Johnson: $5.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Torrey Craig: $5.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Anfernee Simons, Jusuf Nurkic, Joe Ingles, Elijah Hughes, CJ Elleby, Ben McLemore and Shaedon Sharpe

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Blazers owe Chicago a lottery-protected first from 2023 to 2027. They are allowed to trade a first but only two years after the pick to the Bulls is conveyed.

  • Trade exceptions: $6.5 and $3.3 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Damian Lillard: $42.5 million; player option in 2024-25

  2. Jerami Grant: $20.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Eric Bledsoe: $19.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (partial guarantee in 2022-23)

  4. Josh Hart: $12.9 million; player option in 2023-24

  5. Nassir Little: $4.2 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  6. Justise Winslow: $4.1 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Keon Johnson: $2.7 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  8. Didi Louzada: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2025 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24 and 2024-25)

  9. Greg Brown III: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  10. Trendon Watford: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Jeremy Lamb, Donte DiVincenzo, Josh Jackson, Damian Jones and Keegan Murray

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. De’Aaron Fox: $30.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  2. Domantas Sabonis: $18.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Harrison Barnes: $18.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Richaun Holmes: $11.2 million; player option in 2024-25

  5. Justin Holiday: $6.3 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  6. Davion Mitchell: $4.8 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  7. Maurice Harkless: $4.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Terence Davis: $4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  9. Alex Len: $3.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  10. Trey Lyles: $2.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  11. Chimezie Metu: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Jeremy Sochan, Malachi Branham, Blake Wesley, Lonnie Walker IV, Devontae Cacok and Joe Wieskamp

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Spurs own all of their future first-round picks.

  • They have a top-10-protected first from Chicago starting in 2025 but only if the Magic receive a first from the Bulls in 2023. If Chicago does not send the Magic a first in 2023 but instead in 2024, San Antonio will receive a top-10-protected first in 2026. The pick is also top-eight protected in 2027 and 2028.

  • They have the right to swap firsts with Boston (top-one protected) in 2028.

  • Projected cap space: $31 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Dejounte Murray: $16.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. Doug McDermott: $13.8 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  3. Josh Richardson: $12.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  4. Jakob Poeltl: $9.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Zach Collins: $7.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  6. Romeo Langford: $5.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  7. Devin Vassell: $4.4 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  8. Joshua Primo: $4.1 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  9. Keldon Johnson: $3.9 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  10. Keita Bates-Diop: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  11. Tre Jones: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  12. Jock Landale: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)


Free agents: Thaddeus Young, Chris Boucher, Yuta Watanabe and Isaac Bonga

First-round assets and trade exceptions

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Pascal Siakam: $35.5 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  2. Fred VanVleet: $21.3 million; player option in 2023-24

  3. Gary Trent Jr.: $17.5 million; player option in 2023-24

  4. OG Anunoby: $17.4 million; player option in 2024-25

  5. Scottie Barnes: $7.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  6. Khem Birch: $6.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024

  7. Precious Achiuwa: $2.8 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  8. Malachi Flynn: $2.1 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  9. Svi Mykhailiuk: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  10. Armoni Brooks: $1.8 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (non-guaranteed in 2022-23)

  11. Dalano Banton: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023 (partial guarantee in 2022-23)


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Eric Paschall, Hassan Whiteside and Danuel House Jr.

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • Utah owes Oklahoma City a 2024 top-10-protected first. The pick is top-10 protected in 2025 and top eight in 2026. They can trade a first two years after the pick to OKC is conveyed.

  • Trade exceptions: $9.8 and $1.5 million

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Rudy Gobert: $38.2 million; player option in 2025-26

  2. Donovan Mitchell: $30.4 million; player option in 2025-26

  3. Mike Conley: $22.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (partial guarantee in 2024)

  4. Bojan Bogdanovic: $19.6 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  5. Jordan Clarkson: $13.3 million; player option in 2023-24

  6. Royce O’Neale: $9.2 million; unrestricted free agent in 2024 (non-guaranteed in 2023-24)

  7. Juancho Hernangomez: $7.4 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  8. Rudy Gay: $6.2 million; player option in 2023-24

  9. Nickeil Alexander-Walker: $5 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  10. Udoka Azubuike: $2.2 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  11. Jared Butler: $1.6 million; restricted free agent in 2023


Free agents and first-round draft rights: Bradley Beal (player option), Thomas Bryant, Anthony Gill, Raul Neto and Johnny Davis

First-round assets and trade exceptions

  • The Wizards owe New York a top-14-protected first in 2023. The pick is top-12 protected in 2024, top-10 protected in 2025 and top eight in 2026. It will turn into a 2026 and 2027 second if not conveyed.

Tradable contracts (2022-23 season)

  1. Kristaps Porzingis: $33.8 million; player option in 2023-24

  2. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: $14 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  3. Kyle Kuzma: $13 million; player option in 2023-24

  4. Rui Hachimura: $6.3 million; restricted free agent in 2023

  5. Deni Avdija: $4.9 million; restricted free agent in 2024

  6. Ish Smith: $4.7 million; unrestricted free agent in 2023

  7. Corey Kispert: $3.6 million; restricted free agent in 2025

  8. Daniel Gafford: $1.9 million; unrestricted free agent in 2026

  9. Vernon Carey Jr.: $1.8 million; team option in 2023-24

  10. Isaiah Todd: $1.6 million; team option in 2024-25

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