Jonathan Givony projects the top 60 prospects in the class.
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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Jimmy Butler says he's "very excited" to start playing with 76ers
Jimmy Butler, acquired from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a trade finalized Monday, was introduced by the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday. Butler said "it's all going to fall into place" with his new team.
Will slow-start players like Eric Gordon get rolling soon?
The Rockets guard is shooting a horrid 32.2 percent from the field this season. Will things improve soon for him and others like Ricky Rubio and Frank Ntilikina?
Stephen A: I was told Melo didn't return Lakers' call
Stephen A. Smith shares inside info that Carmelo Anthony had the Lakers as suitors in the last year, but didn't return the team's call.
Nets' Caris LeVert diagnosed with dislocated foot, will not need surgery
Nets standout Caris LeVert, after a scary-looking injury Monday, got good news Tuesday: moderate ligament damage to his right foot, no surgery and he is expected to return this season.
Pistons' Luke Kennard still rehabbing sprained AC joint
Pistons guard Luke Kennard, who injured his AC joint when he ran into a Tristan Thompson screen on Oct. 25, will continue his rehab for another two weeks.
Caris LeVert is still a cornerstone for the Brooklyn Nets
Monday's injury doesn't change the fact that the breakout guard is a huge part of the Nets' future.