Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Southwest Division

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Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Southwest Division

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 Southwest Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents. Also, I'll keep it updated as the free agency period continues.

 

Dallas Mavericks: Dallas added new coach Rick Carlisle, replacing Avery Johnson. Eddie Jones exercised his player option and will stay with the team.

7/3: The Mavericks announce the return of DeSagana Diop, who was traded to the Nets in the Jason Kidd trade. They also signed G-F Gerald Green, the 2007 Slam Dunk champ. JJ Barea also resigned.

F Malik Allen (UFA)

G JJ Barea 

F Brandon Bass

C Erick Dampier

C DeSagana Diop

G Shan Foster (R)

F-G Devean George (UFA)

G-F Gerald Green

F-G Josh Howard

F Juwan Howard (UFA)

G Eddie Jones

G Jason Kidd

G Tyronn Lue (UFA)

C Jamaal Magloire (UFA)

F Dirk Nowitzki

G-F Jerry Stackhouse

G Jason Terry

G-F Antoine Wright (UFA)

 

Houston Rockets: The Rockets get Yao Ming back from injury, and also got rights to the 28th pick Donte Green from Memphis in exchange for rights to the 27th pick Darrell Arthur.

G Rafer Alston

F Shane Battier

G Aaron Brooks

F Joey Dorsey (R)

G Steve Francis

F Donte Green (R) (from Memphis)

F Mike Harris

F Chuck Hayes

G Luther Head

G Bobby Jackson

F Carl Landry (RFA)

F Marty Leunen (R)

G Tracy McGrady

C Dikembe Mutumbo (UFA)

F Steve Novak (RFA) (team option)

F-C Luis Scola

C Loren Woods

C Yao Ming

 

Memphis Grizzlies: The Grizzlies stayed in rebuilding mode, trading the 5th pick Kevin Love along with Mike Miller, Brian Cardinal, and Jason Collins to Minnesota for 3rd pick OJ Mayo, Marko Jaric, Antoine Walker, and Greg Buckner. They also traded rights to 28th pick Donte Green to Houston for 27th pick Darrell Arthur.

F Darrell Arthur (R) (from Houston)

F Andre Brown (RFA)

C Kwame Brown (UFA)

G-F Greg Buckner (from Minnesota)

G Mike Conley

G Jarvaris Crittenton

F Rudy Gay

G Casey Jacobsen (UFA)

G Marko Jaric (from Minnesota)

G Kyle Lowry

G OJ Mayo (R)

C-F Darko Milicic

F Antoine Walker (from Minnesota)

F Hakim Warrick

 

New Orleans Hornets: The Hornets no longer believe they have to rebuild, so they traded their one draft pick (Darrell Arthur) to Portland who then traded it to Houston and on to Memphis. They are close to reaching a long term extension with Chris Paul.

F-C Chris Andersen (UFA)

C-F Hilton Armstron

F Ryan Bowen (UFA)

F-G Rasual Butler

C Tyson Chandler

C-F Melvin Ely

G Mike James

G Jannero Pargo (UFA)

G Chris Paul

G Morris Peterson

F Peja Stojakovic

G-F Bonzi Wells (UFA)

F David West

F Julian Wright

 

San Antonio Spurs:  The Spurs acquired the 48th pick Malik Hairston, a future second-round pick, and cash considerations from the Suns in exchange for the 45th pick Goran Dragic. Brent Barry opted out of his contract on Tuesday.

G Brent Barry (UFA)

C-F Matt Bonner

F Bruce Bowen

F-C Tim Duncan

G-F Michael Finley (UFA)

G Manu Ginobili

F James Gist (R)

F Malik Hairston (R) (from Phoenix)

G George Hill (R)

F-C Robert Horry (UFA)

F-G DeMarr Johnson (UFA)

C Ian Mahinmi

C Fabricio Oberto

G Tony Parker

G Damon Stoudamire (UFA)

C-F Kurt Thomas (UFA)

F Ime Udoka

G Jacque Vaughn

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