The 2018 NBA draft got an extra boost of star power with Marvin Bagley's reclassification. But Bagley is just one of seven players with a legitimate shot at No. 1.
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Clippers like the upside of Sam Dekker, the toughness of Patrick Beverly and the short-term contracts of both Beverly and Lou Williams. Source said Clippers will go after a big wing in free agency, and try and retain Blake Griffin.
Clippers buy two picks, No. 39 Jawun Evans and No. 48 Sindarius Thornwell. Both can make the roster and be good rotation guys.
L.A. already have three centers on the roster, so it will be interesting to see just where coach Luke Walton will find playing time for Andrew Bogut, Kevin Pelton writes.
The former No. 2 overall pick mused on his similarities with Carmelo Anthony, playing until he's 43 and New York's ability to make the playoffs in 2018.
Celtics second-year forward Jaylen Brown says he's open to new teammate Kyrie Irving's flat Earth theory.
The Knicks' newest free-agent acquisition thinks New York can make the playoffs and Tim Hardaway Jr. can average 25 PPG, and he shared nutrition tips.
Forward Dante Cunningham is returning to the Pelicans on a one-year contract after declining his player option with the team.
Paul Pierce and Brian Windhorst discuss Paul George's chances to win a competitive MVP race.