Cavaliers draft picks through 2021

J.R. Smith was among three players the Cavs acquired via seperate trades last week.

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Here’s an updated look at Cavaliers’ draft picks following last week’s flurry of trades, which delivered guards Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith and center Timofey Movgoz to Cleveland:

2015 First Round:

Own pick (No. 1-14 protected) or less favorable of own or Chicago’s (Chicago has right to swap if Cleveland pick is 15-30)

2015 Second Round:

Own pick to Utah

Less favorable of Chicago or Portland pick

May have Philadelphia pick (31-50 protected and 56-60 protected) only if not given to Boston

May have Sacramento pick (31-55 protected)

May have Boston pick (31-55 protected)

2016 First Round:

Own pick or to Boston. (1-10 protected)

2016 Second Round:

Own pick to Boston

May have Clippers pick (31-55 protected)

2017 First Round:

Own pick to Boston if not already given in 2016 (still 1-10 protected)

2017 Second Round:

Own pick to Boston

May have Sacramento pick (31-55 protected)

2018 First Round:

Own pick to Boston if not already given in 2016 or 2017 (still 1-10 protected)

2018 Second Round:

Own pick to Philadelphia or Brooklyn

2019 First Round:

Own pick to Boston if not already given in 2016, 2017 or 2018 (unprotected)

2019 Second Round:

Own pick to Knicks

2020 First Round:

Own pick

2020 Second Round:

Own pick

2021 First Round:

Own pick

2021 Second Round:

Own pick