All the Future Draft Picks the Blazers' Own Right Now

Published on 7 July 2024 at 13:30

Here is a recap of all the future NBA Draft picks of the Trail Blazers. Some picks depend on other draft events, and we’ve labeled those accordingly. Here is the legend:

Regular font = Mostly known, but final details are yet to be determined
Bold = Status known, with no prior-year dependencies
Italics = Depends on a previous year’s draft events.

Note: This was last updated Jul 6th 2024, after the completion of the Deni Avdija trade.


2025

First Round

  • Blazers may own their pick, if it lands #1-14.
    Note: If it lands #15-30, Chicago owns it. Otherwise, this restriction is revisited in 2026.

Second Round

  • Blazers may own Atlanta Hawks’ pick, if it lands #31-40.

2026

First Round

  • Blazers may own their pick, protected for #1-14, if not conveyed to Chicago in 2025.
    Note: If it lands #15-30, Chicago owns it. Otherwise, this restriction is revisited in 2027.

Second Round

  • Blazers may own Memphis’ second-round pick, if it lands #43-60.

2027

First Round

  • Blazers may own their pick, protected for #1-14, if not conveyed to Chicago in 2025-26.
    Note: If it lands #15-30, Chicago owns it. Otherwise, this restriction is revisited in 2028.

Second Round

  • Portland owns their second-round pick, unless it lands between #56-60, and is lower than the Pelicans’ second round pick. If both those happen (unlikely), the pick is sent to Boston.
  • Blazers own the Minnesota Timberwolves’ pick (unprotected).

2028

First Round

  • Blazers may own their pick, protected for #1-14, if not conveyed to Chicago from 2025-27.
    Note: If it lands #15-30, Chicago Bulls owns it. Otherwise Chicago gets Portland’s second-round pick.
  • Blazers may have right to swap first-round picks with Milwaukee Bucks.
    Note: This swap is protected for #15-30, which means if Portland’s first-round pick is conveyed to the Bulls in this draft, the swap with the Bucks does not occur.

Second Round

The Blazers owe the Washington Wizards a 2028 second-round pick from the Deni Avdija trade. It’s unclear which pick will convey to Washington from currently-available information.

  • Blazers may own their pick, unless their own 2025-28 first-round picks have been #1-14. Then this pick belongs to Chicago.
  • Blazers own Golden State’s pick (unprotected).

2029

First Round

The Blazers own two of these three picks, with the second-highest pick conveying to the Washington Wizards:

  • Blazers own pick
  • Milwaukee Bucks’ pick (unprotected).
  • Boston Celtics’ pick (unprotected).

Second Round

  • Blazers own the lower second round pick from either Indiana or Washington.

2030

First Round

  • Blazers have right to swap first-round picks with Milwaukee Bucks.

Second Round

  • Blazers own the New York Knicks’ pick (unprotected).

2031

First Round

  • Blazers own their pick.

Second Round

  • Blazers own their pick.

All details here are based on currently-available information, including news reports and sites such as Fanspo, RealGM, and Pro Sports Transactions, and there may be details unavailable to the public. Getting this 100% correct is a challenge, so always confirm the data seen here. 

Author: JS


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