Jonathan Givony projects the top 60 prospects in the class.
Analytics will have a greater impact on some teams choices tonight more than others. ESPN's Ben Alamar surveyed executives to find out who in the NBA uses draft analytics the best.
Oakland's Kendrick Nunn has worked out for the Pistons, Suns, Nets, Bulls and Thunder thus far. Nunn, one of the NCAA's top scorers last season, has workouts scheduled with the Nuggets, Kings, Mavs and Rockets and will work out in front of nearly 100 pro personnel at the Impact group workout this week.
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Fantasy NBA Daily Notes: Is James Ennis the new Trevor Ariza?
The Rockets' wing is doing his best impersonation of Ariza this season. Is he worth adding in fantasy leagues? Plus, a look around the NBA's Thursday and Friday action.
Ten things I like and don't like, including Trae Young
This week's spotlight falls on Anthony Davis, Jabari Parker and the Jazz.
Are Giannis and the Bucks already NBA title contenders?
Are people sleeping on Milwaukee's chances to go from first-round losers to conference champions?
Can the Boston Celtics fix their broken offense?
This is arguably the most passive offense in the NBA.
Mike D'Antoni: Rockets rookie Gary Clark 'deserves' our confidence
Hours after the Rockets announced they were parting ways with Carmelo Anthony, rookie Gary Clark showed why the team decided to give him consistent minutes, playing a key role in a blowout win over the Warriors on Thursday.
DeRozan drops 34, but Spurs still fall
DeMar DeRozan leads the Spurs with 34 points, but in the end, San Antonio suffers its third straight loss, 116-111 to the Clippers.