Utah Jazz trade 23rd pick in Wednesday's NBA Draft

Posted at 9:06 AM, Nov 18, 2020

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz announced Wednesday morning it had traded the 23rd pick in Wednesday night's NBA Draft in a swap with the New York Knicks.

In return, the Jazz will get the 27th pick in the first round and the 38th pick in the second round.

ESPN'S Adrian Wojnarowski reports the same thing, but ESPN is also reporting the Jazz will also send the Knicks the draft rights to 2008 second-round pick Ante Tomic, 33, who isn't expected to join the NBA.