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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Another Duke Blue Devil off the board. Luke Kennard goes to Detroit at No. 12. Frank Jackson stands and cheers with his parents. Harry Giles and Jackson could join their teammates by night's end.
Luke Kennard scored efficiently, but not up to expectations of a player who is almost 21. He ranks 30th overall in ESPN's analytic draft model with a 7% chance he will play at least at the level of a starter.
With the No. 12 overall pick, the Pistons selected Luke Kennard (G, Duke). The last time the Pistons selected 12th overall was 1981, when they picked Kelly Tripucka, who went on to make the All-Star team as a rookie.
Loyola's Milton Doyle, who is viewed as a mid-major sleeper by teams who've scouted this season, is scheduled to workout for the Houston Rockets on Monday and the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday, a league source tells ESPN. Doyle, a 6-4 guard guard with sizeable wingspan, has intrigued teams with his scoring prowess and ability to distribute the ball. Originally committed to Kansas, Doyle transferred home to Loyola (Ill.), where he averaged 15.3 points and 4.4 assists per game and was named first-team All Missouri Valley Conference as a senior. Doyle, who had a solid showing at Portsmouth, is expected to work out for several teams after his Pistons workout.
The Detroit Pistons land the 12th pick in the NBA Draft Lottery. Detroit has made the playoffs just once since 2009.
Adrian Wojnarowski says Koby Altman is well-respected around the league, but is walking into an extremely difficult job.
Vince Carter shares what he values most from his relationship with the late Craig Sager, as he is set to throw the first pitch at a Daytona Tortugas game in honor of SagerStrong Night.
Vince Carter shares his perspective to Kyrie Irving requesting to be traded out of Cleveland and is ready to teach the game to the younger players in Sacramento.
Knicks GM Scott Perry joins SC6 and, while he won't divulge the last time he spoke to Carmelo Anthony, insists the sides remain in communication.
Adrian Wojnarowski believes that Kyrie Irving doesn't want to be left behind if LeBron James leaves in the offseason.
In December 2016, Kyrie Irving tells Rachel Nichols that learning to play with LeBron James was a very human process for a budding superstar.