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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Undrafted rookie Zak Irvin of Michigan has committed to playing Summer League with the Miami Heat, league sources tell ESPN.
Undrafted rookie Jamel Artis of Pittsburg has agreed to play Summer League with the Miami Heat, league sources tell ESPN.
Adebayo is 18th in ESPN's analytic draft model. Top comparable players are: Christian Wood Cliff Alexander Henry Ellenson
With the No. 14 overall pick, the Heat selected Bam Adebayo (F, Kentucky). He's the 5th player the Heat have picked in the lottery since 2000. Two went on to be multiple-time All-Stars (Caron Butler, Dwyane Wade).
The Miami Heat end up with the 14th pick in the NBA Draft Lottery. At 41-41, the Heat had the best record of any team to miss the playoffs.
Avery Bradley was the "top snub" when the 2016-2017 All-Defensive teams were announced Monday. Did he have a legit case to make a team?
On the red carpet at the NBA Awards, Charles Barkley says that he's surprised Carmelo Anthony hasn't asked to be traded already, wondering why Anthony would want to finish his career on a "bad team."
Kentucky coach John Calipari says that if the NBA wants to change its rules to allow players to be drafted out of high school, they have to be prepared to pay rookies what they deserve and potentially allow a gap year.
Jemele Hill explains why she could see Russell Westbrook consider going to the Lakers should he turn down an extension with the Thunder while Michael Smith thinks Westbrook will stay in Oklahoma City.
The Timberwolves can create close to $19 million in salary cap room to allow them to pursue free agents when the market opens on Saturday.
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