The order is set for the 2018 NBA draft (7:00 p.m. ET, June 21, ESPN/WatchESPN).
The Phoenix Suns have won the NBA draft lottery.
Who will they take, and where will the rest of the top prospects land?
Who has declared for the 2018 NBA draft, and who's testing the waters? We're tracking the prospects in our Top 100 rankings.
What upcoming draft picks does every NBA team owe and own? Here's our team-by-team breakdown.
Jonathan Givony projects the top 30 prospects in the class.
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Deandre Ayton could fill 'huge hole' up front for Suns
Amin Elhassan expects the Suns to select Deandre Ayton with the No. 1 overall pick, and says Michael Porter Jr. could be a great pick despite injury concerns.
Why Luka Doncic could slide in the draft
Could the Slovenian superstar slip out of the top three? Our draft experts break down the latest intel.
Where will Doncic land in NBA Draft?
Jonathan Givony calls Slovenian prospect Luka Doncic "the best pure basketball player in the draft."
Jackson not sure if Young is ready for New York pressure
Stephen Jackson questions whether Trae Young could handle the pressure that would come with being drafted by the Knicks.
Stephen A.: 'It's ignorant' for Suns to shop No. 1 pick
Stephen A. Smith has no idea why the Suns are open to trading their number one pick when DeAndre Ayton will fit with the franchise.
Ball or Nothin' - Episode 14: The NBA Draft Lottery jackpot. Who's #1?
Who is the projected Aussie first rounder Jock Landale? It's the Suns' time to rise, who will they pick first? DeAndre Ayton, Luka Doncic, Trae Young, or Michael Porter Jr.? Can Puma make a sneaker comeback? And, the Hamptons 5's house is for sale.
NBA draft stock watch: Biggest risers and fallers at the combine
Who helped their stock the most, and what were NBA scouts saying at the combine? We break it down.
Williams: Ayton will be a point guard's dream
In the Next Level, Jay Williams calls Deandre Ayton a "Swiss army knife" with a tool for every situation.
Trae Young lethal creating from downtown
The Next Level with Jay Williams breaks down Trae Young's ability to create his own shot from behind the arc and driving to the hoop.
Sexton embraces physicality
The Next Level with Jay Williams takes an in depth look at Collin Sexton's game and who he compares to most as Sexton prepares for the NBA.
Williams: Bamba's defense erases mistakes
The Next Level with Jay Williams describes how Mohamed Bamba is in the 1 percent of big defenders that can havoc hedging against guards.
Williams: Williams likens Bagley to the next Derrick Coleman
The Next Level with Jay Williams breaks down what he likes most from Marvin Bagley III's game.
Ask an NBA prospect
Top prospects Deandre Ayton, Michael Porter Jr., Mohamed Bamba and Mikal Bridges discuss their games and answer if they Fortnite.
Porter believes he's the best player in draft
Michael Porter Jr. understands the risks teams might be feeling selecting him but thinks he is the top choice in this draft.
NBA draft combine: Big winners and comps from new measurements
Here are our biggest takeaways from the combine measurements, including some record-setting numbers.
2018 NBA draft class full of athleticism
With an incoming rookie class that is set to include Trae Young, Marvin Bagley III and Luka Doncic, the NBA will be getting a lot of great athletes.
The Jump crew reacts to the release of the All-NBA first-team, which includes Damian Lillard, but not Russell Westbrook.
New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis says he's "excited" after speaking to new head coach David Fizdale.
Cleveland's LeBron James and Houston's James Harden were unanimously voted All-NBA first-team, with James earning the nod for a record 12th time in his 15-year career.
Boston takes a 3-2 series lead with an impressive win at TD Garden over Cleveland.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr blasted the NFL's new national anthem policy Thursday, calling it "idiotic" and "typical of the NFL."
Steve Kerr likes the chances of Klay Thompson playing in Game 5, but Andre Iguodala will be a game-time decision.