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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Warriors coach Steve Kerr thinks Klay Thompson will play Thursday, but Andre Iguodala is a game-time decision.
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.
ESPN's Mark Brown reports from TD Garden following the Celtics 96-83 victory over the Cavaliers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
In a Februrary game, the Warriors double teamed Dirk Nowitzki in the post before he received an entry pass.
Max Kellerman expects Houston to defend home court and take a one-game advantage after Game 5.
Stephen A. Smith wants details about how Milwaukee police officers were disciplined after the incident with Sterling Brown.