After a crazy night of surprising picks and big trades, Chad Ford hands out his draft grades for all 30 teams. Who came out best, and who flunked?
Chad Ford highlights six teams that stood out, for better or worse, on a wild draft night.
With All-Star Jimmy Butler moving from Chicago to Minnesota for Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine, Kevin Pelton grades the deal.
Which players and picks were on the move on draft night? Here's a rundown of the latest trades around the league.
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The 31st pick belongs to the Hornets now, after they acquired it from the Hawks in the Dwight Howard trade. It was originally traded from Brooklyn to Atlanta way back in 2012, as part of the Joe Johnson sign-and-trade deal.
Malik Monk is third overall in ESPN's analytic draft model with 7% chance to play like an all star and 36% chance to play like a starter. Drags on his projection are his steal rate and rebounding.
With the No. 11 overall pick, the Hornets selected Malik Monk (G, Kentucky). Every first-round pick Charlotte has made since Michael Jordan became majority owner in 2010 has been a player from a major conference.
Southeast Missouri State's Antonius Cleveland is headed to Portland for a workout on Monday. He then heads to Charlotte on Tuesday and to Boston on Wednesday for a second workout. Cleveland, who averaged 16.6 points as a senior and shot 40 percent from beyond the arc, also has a workout scheduled with the Jazz on June 17. He's already worked out for Minnesota, Brooklyn and Toronto and several NBA decision makers from teams with second-round picks have been impressed by his play.
The 11th pick in the NBA Draft Lottery goes to the Charlotte Hornets. The Hornets' last three lotto picks (Frank Kaminsky, Noah Vonleh and Cody Zeller) have all been big men.
Take a look back at the time 14-year-old Stephen Curry talked about his love for basketball and his hopes to one day play in the NBA.
Paul Pierce and Stephen Jackson play a hilarious game of "two truths and a lie."
Free-agent forward Troy Williams has agreed to a three-year deal with the Rockets, sources told ESPN.
Kevin Pelton provides team-by-team analysis of every major and minor deal in Week 3 of free agency.
Dave McMenamin breaks down the deal Derrick Rose could get with the Cavaliers and how this could benefit both Rose and Cleveland.
First Take evaluates Derrick Rose possibly signing a one-year deal with Cleveland and whether it's enough to bring them back to the NBA Finals.