"Draft" madness: the 4 for the Hawks and the 6 for the Wolves

The teams move. The Suns, in addition, have sent TJ Warren and the pick 32 of the draft to Indiana Pacers, who is left with the forward scorer.


The night of the 2019 draft began with a strong: Atlanta Hawks went up to No. 4 in the draft, which was of the Pelicans. The Louisiana franchise had acquired it from the Lakers in the transfer (still unofficial) of Anthony Davis, and obtains for him from the Hawks elections 8, 17 and 35. In addition, the Pelicans have sent the franchise of Georgia to Solomon HIll and his contract of 12.7 million for the next season.

In this way, the Hawks are They are in an excellent position for the draft with that fourth choice, for which they could have in mind the forward De'Andre Hunter, and the Pelicans continue to expand the booty achieved by Anthony Davis, which at the moment is already like this: Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart, number 8, 17 and 35 in the 2019 draft and two other first rounds of the Lakers and the right to exchange a third, the season 2023.

The Wolves also go up and get the 6 333 3333 If the Hawks climbed to 4, the Wolves took the 6 of the Suns less than an hour into the draft. For this, they gave their eleventh and Croatian forward Dario Saric, who arrived in Minnesota in Jimmy Butler's traps from Philadelphia.

The Suns give Warren to the Pacers

During the whole day it had been speculated that the Suns would try to release TJ Warren (the next three seasons will charge 10.8, 11.7 and 12.6 million) and they did. The Pacers, who won a point guard and also the 32nd pick of the draft, took advantage of the Arizona players' desire to get Warren out of his account books. The Suns have only received money in return. Warren (25 years old) averaged 18 points per game last season.



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