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?
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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.
We update our mock draft with the latest intel from teams, including a lottery shake-up among the top point guards.
The market officially opens July 1, but NBA free-agency news is coming in fast. Stay up-to-date with the latest rumors and rumblings.
Tom Penn crunches the Rockets' roster and contracts to figure out a way to get LeBron James in Houston.
Golden State ownership will try to forge extensions and reshape their depth this summer in hopes of three-peating as NBA champs.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown is suing the city and its police department because officers used a stun gun on him during his arrest for a parking violation in January.
The Seahawks' Doug Baldwin, WWE's John Cena, Warriors' Kevin Durant and Texans' J.J. Watt are the finalists for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award, which will be announced July 17.