The NBA’s final trade window for the NBA Draft continues to open on Thursday with the Bucks and Indiana Pacers making moves.
The Bucks and Pacers are the only two teams to make a final roster move on Thursday.
Bucks general manager Bryan Colangelo and assistant GM Tim Frazier are making their final moves to get better in the offseason, Colangelo said.
The Bucks have acquired guards J.J. Redick and Beno Udrih from the 76ers and waived veteran forward Mike Dunleavy, who is a restricted free agent.
The Pacers have traded center Joel Embiid and guard Rodney Stuckey to the Atlanta Hawks.
The Pacers have made the most moves on the deadline, trading center J.R. Smith to the Brooklyn Nets for a future first-round pick, center Jusuf Nurkic to the Denver Nuggets and a 2019 first-rounder.
The Sixers and Knicks have also made moves to improve their rosters.
The Hornets traded guard Isaiah Hicks to the Dallas Mavericks, and the Celtics traded forward Jared Sullinger to the Utah Jazz.
The Knicks and Lakers are making trades to move up in the second round.
The Timberwolves and Cavaliers have made trades to make their roster better.
The Timberwolves have traded guard Zach LaVine to the Los Angeles Clippers and the Cavaliers have traded forward Kevin Love to the Sacramento Kings.
The Rockets have made two moves on Thursday, trading guard Tyler Johnson to the Oklahoma City Thunder and trading guard Jordan Hill to the New Orleans Pelicans.
The Pelicans have also traded guard Anthony Davis to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Raptors have made a trade to improve its roster, acquiring center DeMarre Carroll from the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Nets have made three moves on Wednesday, including trading forward Joffrey Lauvergne to the Philadelphia Sixers.
The Grizzlies and Cavaliers are the last two teams with the final roster moves of the season, but both teams are also in the mix for picks in the upcoming draft.
The Cavaliers are still trying to make moves to make the team better with big man Kyrie Irving and center Joff Regan, but are still looking for more help at the center position.
The Grizzlies are hoping to add a veteran center to a rebuilding team.
The Celtics have made five moves on their final roster of the draft.
They acquired forward J.P. Tokoto from the Phoenix Suns, while the Pistons traded guard Spencer Dinwiddie to the Detroit Pistons.
The Lakers have traded their 2018 first-overall pick to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for center Nick Young, a first-time restricted free agency.
The Pelicans are also looking to add another veteran center, a move that could make them more competitive in the draft next month.
The 76ers are making three trades on Thursday that could help improve their roster.
The Pistons have traded point guard Jahlil Okafor to the Milwaukee Bucks, acquiring guard Andrew Bogut, guard Beno Volpe and guard Andrew Nicholson.
The Kings are getting help at shooting guard from Sacramento, trading forward De’Aaron Fox and forward Matt Barnes to the Boston Celtics.
The Lakers are looking to trade guard Aaron Gordon to the Phoenix Mercury, which is also looking for a veteran shooting guard.
The Wizards have made seven moves on draft night and the Sixers are hoping they can add some depth to their roster for the next few years.
The Wizards traded center Kelly Oubre Jr. to the Houston Rockets, while guard Marcus Thornton is still a restricted player.
The Heat have added guard Tyler Dorsey and guard Justin Hamilton to their frontcourt.
The Thunder have added guards Dion Waiters and Kevin Durant to their bench and the Clippers have made some trades on their roster in hopes of adding a veteran player at the point guard position.