This doesn't involve any of today's draft picks, but it is a draft-day trade. In a three-way deal (according to Ramona Shelburne of ESPN LA), the Dallas Mavericks sent Lamar Odom to the Clippers, the Clippers sent Mo Williams to the Jazz, and Dallas received Utah's $8.2 million trade exception.
Mavericks Grade: A
Dallas was able to get rid of some dead weight and get something in return here, as Odom was unlikely to return. The $8.2 million is a nice chunk of cash they can put toward a free-agent signing.
Clippers Grade: B-
At first glance, this might look like a horrible move for Los Angeles. If Odom plays like he did this past year, it will be. But Lamar is back in his hometown where he's more comfortable, and he'll work well with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
Jazz Grade: B
Mo Williams has a great shooting stroke, and Utah knows what they're getting here, but I don't think they got the better end of the deal. It's not a bad deal, but it's not a steal for them either.