New signings in the 2024 NBA draft pick

News about free agents and transfers have made the biggest NBA headlines in recent days, but teams across the league are also taking care of the rookies they drafted on June 26 and 27 and signing them to their first NBA contracts. With cap holds for first-round picks in the current collective bargaining agreement counting 120% of the rookie scale instead of 100%, there is little incentive for teams to wait to sign their first-round picks.

For first-round picks, rookie contracts are pretty rigid because they're basically predetermined. The NBA's rookie scale structure dictates that first-round picks sign four-year deals that include two guaranteed years and then team options in the third and fourth years.

The value of these contracts depends on where a player was drafted. This year, No. 1 overall pick Zaccharie Risacher is in line for a four-year contract worth over $57 million, which is the maximum allowable 120% of his collective bargaining amount. No. 30 Pick Baylor Scheiermanis entitled to a four-year contract worth approximately $12.8 million.

The full breakdown of salaries and contracts for this year's first-round rookies can be found here – if you see a first-round pick listed as “under contract” below, you can assume that's what his contract looks like unless otherwise noted.

Second-round picks, meanwhile, are not guaranteed two guaranteed seasons, although some players will get them. The NBA's most recent collective bargaining agreement created a new exception to the salary cap for second-rounders, allowing teams to sign these players to contracts of up to four years, with their starting salary equal to the minimum salary of a two-year veteran. In the past, such a deal would have required a salary cap or another exception, such as the mid-level salary cap.

Some second-rounders don't sign standard NBA contracts right away. They may get two-way contracts, play in the G League, or go overseas to hone their game while their NBA teams retain their rights. We'll note that below, too, wherever it applies.

Here is an overview of the 2024 draft pick contracts. This list will be updated as more draftees sign their first NBA contracts:

First round:

  1. Atlanta Hawks: Zaccharie RisacherF, JL Bourg
  2. Washington Wizards: Alex SarrF/C, Perth
  3. Houston Rockets: Reed SheppardG, Kentucky: Signed
  4. San Antonio Spurs: Stephon CastleG, UConn: Signed
  5. Detroit Pistons: Ron HollandF, G League Ignite
  6. Charlotte Hornets: Tidjane SalaunF, Cholet: Signed
  7. Portland Trail Blazers: Donovan ClinganC, UConn: Signed
  8. Minnesota Timberwolves: Rob DillinghamG, Kentucky
  9. Memphis Grizzlies: Zach EdneyC, Purdue
  10. Utah Jazz: Cody WilliamsG/F, Colorado: Signed
  11. Chicago Bulls: Matas BuzelisF, G League Ignite: Signed
  12. Oklahoma City Thunder: Nikola ThemeG, Red Star
  13. Sacramento Kings: Devin CarterG, Providence
  14. Washington Wizards: Carlton CarringtonG, Pittsburgh
  15. Extreme heat: Kel'el WareC, Indiana: Signed
  16. Philadelphia 76ers: Jared McCainG, Herzog: Signed
  17. Los Angeles Lakers: Dalton ServantF, Tennessee: Signed
  18. Orlando Magic: Tristan Da SilvaF, Colorado
  19. Toronto Raptors: Ja'Kobe WalterG, Baylor: Signed
  20. Cleveland Cavaliers: Jaylon TysonG, California: Signed
  21. New Orleans Pelicans: Yves MissiC, Baylor
  22. Denver Nuggets: DaRon HolmesF/C, Dayton
  23. Milwaukee Bucks: AJ JohnsonG, Illawarra
  24. Washington Wizards: Kyshawn GeorgeG, Miami
  25. New York Knicks: Pacome DadietG/F, Ratiopharm Ulm: Signed
    • Note: Dadiet accepted 80% of the standard rookie amount in the first year of his contract.
  26. Oklahoma City Thunder: Dillon JonesG/F, Weber State
  27. Minnesota Timberwolves: Terrence ShannonG, Illinois
  28. Phoenix Suns: Ryan DunnF, Virginia: Signed
  29. Utah Jazz: Isaiah CollierG, USC: Signed
  30. Boston Celtics: Baylor ScheiermanG/F, Creighton

Second round:

  1. Toronto Raptors: Jonathan MogboF/C, San Francisco: Signed
    • Three years, $6.11 million. First two years guaranteed. Team option for third year.
  2. Utah Jazz: Kyle FilipowskiF/C, Duke
  3. Milwaukee Bucks: Thomas B.F, G League Ignite
  4. New York Knicks: Tyler KolekG, Marquette: Signed
    • Four years, $9.06 million. First three years guaranteed. Team option for fourth year.
  5. Indiana Pacers: Johnny FurphyG, Kansas
  6. San Antonio Spurs: Juan NunezG, Ratiopharm Ulm
  7. Detroit Pistons: Bobi KlintmanF, Cairns
  8. Oklahoma City Thunder: Ajay MitchellG, UC Santa Barbara
  9. Memphis Grizzlies: Jaylen WellsG, Washington State
  10. Phoenix Suns: Ighodaro BearF, Marquette: Signed
    • Four years, minimum salary. The first two years are guaranteed. The third year is partially guaranteed. A team option is possible in the fourth year.
  11. Philadelphia 76ers: Adem BonaC, UCLA
  12. Charlotte Hornets: KJ SimpsonG, Colorado
  13. Atlanta Hawks: Nikola DjurisicG, Mega Basket
  14. Extreme heat: Pelle LarssonG, Arizona: Signed
    • Three years, minimum salary. First year guaranteed. Second year partially guaranteed. Third year team option.
  15. Toronto Raptors: Jamal SheadG, Houston: Signed
    • Three years, $6.11 million. First two years guaranteed. Team option for third year.
  16. Los Angeles Clippers: Cam ChristieG, Minnesota
  17. New Orleans Pelicans: Antonio ReevesG, Kentucky
  18. San Antonio Spurs: Harrison IngramF, UNC
  19. Indiana Pacers: Tristen NewtonG, UConn
  20. Indiana Pacers: Enrique FreemanF, Akron
  21. Dallas Mavericks: Melvin AjincaG, Saint-Quentin
  22. Golden State Warriors: Quinten PostC, Boston College
  23. Memphis Grizzlies: Cam SpencerG, UConn
  24. Boston Celtics: Anthony WatsonF, Gonzaga
  25. Los Angeles Lakers: Bronny JamesG, USC: Signed
    • Four years, minimum salary. The first two years are guaranteed. The third year is partially guaranteed. A team option is possible in the fourth year.
  26. New York Knicks: Kevin McCullarG/F, Kansas
  27. Toronto Raptors: Ulrich ChomcheC, NBA Academy Africa
  28. New York Knicks: Ariel HukportiC, Melbourne

Note: The Sixers and Suns lost second-round picks due to gun-jumping in free agents. They would have been No. 49 and No. 58, respectively.