Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Southeast Division

Evan Aczon@TwoSeamGripeSenior Analyst IJune 29, 2008

After the flurry of draft-day trades of players and draft picks and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Southeast Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents.


Atlanta Hawks: With no picks in 2008, the Hawks re-signed their coach and now look to resign some of their players.

G Mike Bibby

G-F Josh Childress (RFA)

G Speedy Claxton

C-F Al Horford

G Joe Johnson

F Solomon Jones

G Acie Law

C Zaza Pachulia

G-F Jeremy Richardson (RFA)

F Josh Smith (RFA)

G Salim Stoudemire (RFA)

G Mario West (RFA0

F Marvin Williams


Charlotte Bobcats: The Bobcats got the rights to Australian Alexis Ajinca (20th pick) from Denver for a future first-round pick. They also have a new coach in Larry Brown.

C-F Alexis Ajinca (R) (from Denver)

G Derek Anderson (UFA)

G DJ Augustin (R)

G Earl Boykins (UFA)

G Matt Carroll

F Jermareo Davidson

F Jared Dudley

G Raymond Felton

F-C Othella Harrington (UFA) (team option)

C Ryan Hollins (RFA)

F-C Sean May

C Nazr Mohammed

F Adam Morrison

F-C Emeka Okafor (RFA)

G-F Jason Richardson

F Gerald Wallace

G Kyle Weaver (R)


Miami Heat: After trying to trade this pick, the Heat went with Michael Beasley at No. 2. They traded the draft rights of 52nd pick Darnell Jackson to Cleveland for a future second-round pick. Miami also acquired the rights to Mario Chalmers from Minnesota for two second-rounders in 2009.

G Blake Ahearn (RFA)

C Joel Anthony

G Marcus Banks

F-C Earl Barron (UFA)

F Michael Beasley (R)

C-F Mark Blount

G Mario Chalmers (R) (from Minnesota)

G Daequan Cook

F-G Ricky Davis (UFA)

F Udonis Haslem

F Alexander Johnson

F Stephane Lasme

F Shawn Marion

C Alonzo Mourning (UFA)

F Kasib Powell (RFA)

G Dwayne Wade

G Jason Williams (UFA)

F Dorell Wright (RFA)


Orlando Magic: The Magic drafted G-F combo Courtney Lee, maybe spelling the end of all chance to play for J.J. Redick.

G Carlos Arroyo (UFA)

F James Augustine (RFA)

F Tony Battie

G-F Keith Bogans (UFA) (player option)

F Brian Cook

G Keyon Dooling (UFA)

G Maurice Evans (UFA)

C Adonal Foyle (UFA)

F Pat Garrity (UFA)

F-C Marcin Gortat

C Dwight Howard

G-F Courtney Lee (R)

F Rashard Lewis

G Jameer Nelson

G JJ Redick

F Hedo Turkoglu


Washington Wizards: The Wizards drafted Kansas State's Bill Walker with the 47th pick and traded him to Boston for cash considerations. 

UPDATE (6/30, 6:00 pm): Wizards resign Antawn Jamison to a 4 year, $44 million extension, keeping him off the free-agent market. 

7/3, 6 pm: Gilbert Arenas agrees to a 6 year, $111 million dollar deal. 

G Gilbert Arenas 

F Andray Blatche

F Caron Butler

G Antonio Daniels

C Brendan Haywood

F Antawn Jamison

G Roger Mason (UFA)

C-F JaVale McGee (R)

F Dominic McGuire

C-F Oleksiy Pecherov

F Darius Songaila

G Deshawn Stevenson

C Etan Thomas

G Nick Young


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