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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D.J. Wilson, the 17th pick by Milwaukee, is a prospect I liked a lot more watching him play than looking at his statistics. We'll see which view was right.
With the No. 17 overall pick, the Bucks selected D.J. Wilson (F, Michigan). The already-long Bucks add another player with significant wingspan. The 6-foot-10 Wilson was measured at a 7-foot-3 wingspan at the combine.
DJ Wilson has a 30% chance of being at least a role player in the NBA according to ESPN's analytic draft model. Scores efficiently but is terrible on the glass.
Cal power forward Ivan Rabb to work out for Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday, league sources tell ESPN. The Bucks have pick No. 17.
See how the No. 11 pick prepared for the first step of his NBA journey with his hometown (literally) on his back.
Lawrence Frank, the Clippers' executive VP of basketball operations, called center DeAndre Jordan a "cornerstone to what we do" and denied that Jordan was ever on the trading block.
Melbourne United and Brisbane Bullets will host the Chinese national basketball team next month, after the NBL All-Australian team plays three matches against China in Beijing.
Take a look back at the sights and sounds of the 2017 NBA draft where a record 16 freshman were selected in the first round.
Lakers GM Rob Pelinka said the team's recent trade with the Brooklyn Nets was "the perfect storm for us," saying the resulting salary-cap relief will give the team a shot at signing two max-salary players in the summer of 2018.
Having Ben Simmons as a teammate, and Brett Brown, who coached for 17 years in Australia, as head coach, the young Australian is confident he will make a smooth transition to the NBA.