Draft Picks

July 27th, 2015

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

2016: No first round picks; one second round pick (top-55 protected)
2017: One first round pick; no second round picks
2018: No first round picks; one second round pick
2019: One first round pick; one second round pick (top-55 protected)
2020: One first round pick; no second round picks
2021: No first round picks; one second round pick
2022: One first round pick; one second round pick

Here is a detailed review of the pick flow:

2016 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Cleveland (top-10 protected, unprotected in 2017) in trade for LeBron James on 7/9/10; Cleveland traded Miami’s pick obligation to Philadelphia on 8/23/14

Second Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Boston in Joel Anthony trade on 1/15/14
Second Round: Miami acquired Orlando’s top-55 protected pick in exchange for Shabazz Napier on 7/27/15

2017 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick

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

2018 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Phoenix (top-7 protected, unprotected in 2019) in trade for Goran Dragic on 2/19/15; pick will be conveyed no sooner than two years after pick obligation to Philadelphia is conveyed

Second Round: Miami’s own pick

2019 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick

Second Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Charlotte in trade for Shabazz Napier on 6/26/14
Second Round: Miami acquired Boston’s top-55 projected pick in Zoran Dragic trade on 7/27/15

2020 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick
Second Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Boston in Zoran Dragic trade on 7/27/15

2021 Activity
First Round: Miami’s own pick sent to Phoenix in trade for Goran Dragic on 2/19/15
Second Round: Miami’s own pick

2022 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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