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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Strong comments from Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson on their recent trade that sent D'Angelo Russell, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 draft, to Brooklyn: "D'Angelo is an excellent player. He has the talent to be an All-Star. We want to thank him for what he did for us. But what I needed was a leader. I needed somebody also that can make the other players better and also [somebody] that players want to play with."
Nice job by Lonzo Ball (LAL) and Jarrett Allen (BKN), two of the many draftees at Hunter College in NYC on Wednesday for a Jr. NBA youth basketball clinic and NBA Cares packing project.
Undrafted rookie P.J. Dozier out of South Carolina has agreed to a free-agent deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, league sources tell ESPN.
Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka said there are three reasons why they traded D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets: 1. To get an All-Star-caliber center (Brook Lopez). 2. To clear cap space for the summer of 2018. 3. To get extra draft picks.
Utah forward Kyle Kuzma, who the Lakers selected with the No. 27 overall pick, says he felt Lonzo Ball, and not Markelle Fultz, was the best player in the Pac-12.
Antoine Walker said he thought Jimmy Butler did a poor job of leading the Bulls, resulting in his trade to the Wolves.
Victor Oladipo gets nutmegged en route to a layup at Oladipo's basketball camp.
Chris Haynes explains how a potential trade with Paul George ending up in Cleveland could change the entire landscape of NBA free agency next summer.
Chris Haynes says the Cavaliers don't feel like they have the talent and depth to contend with the Warriors and looks to what still needs to happen in order for this blockbuster trade involving Paul George and Kevin Love to go through.
The Cleveland Cavaliers engaged in serious three-way trade discussions leading up to the NBA draft on a deal that would have brought them Paul George from the Indiana Pacers and landed Kevin Love with the Denver Nuggets, sources told ESPN.
As the Lakers attempt to rebuild and return to past glory, there are several factors to take into consideration.