Draft Picks

June 27th, 2014

Here is an overview of the Miami Heat’s pick scenario for the next seven drafts:

2015: No first round picks; two second round picks (Sacramento; only if in 50-55 range)
2016: One first round pick; no second round picks
2017: One first round pick; no second round picks
2018: One first round pick; one second round pick
2019: One first round pick; no second round picks
2020: One first round pick; one second round pick
2021: One first round pick; one second round pick

Here is a detailed review of the pick flow:

2015 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick traded to Cleveland (top-10 protected through 2016, unprotected in 2017) in LeBron James trade on 7/9/10
First Round: Received from Philadelphia (lottery protected through 2015; if not conveyed by 2015, will become consecutive second round picks in 2015 and 2016) in Arnett Moultrie trade on 6/28/12; traded to Boston in Joel Anthony trade on 1/15/14
Second Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Received from Sacramento (exclusively 50-55 range) in Roger Mason Jr. trade on 2/20/14; if Sacramento’s pick is not between 50 and 55, then its obligation to Miami shall be extinguished

2016 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick traded to Boston in Joel Anthony trade on 1/15/14

2017 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick traded to Atlanta (top-40 protected, unprotected in 2018) in James Ennis trade on 6/27/13

2018 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick

2019 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick traded to Charlotte in Shabazz Napier trade on 06/26/14

2020 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick

2021 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick

Notes:
Teams are allowed to trade draft picks up to seven years into the future.
Teams are restricted from trading away all of their future first round draft picks in consecutive seasons.

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