Here's our new look at the full first and second rounds, including a shake-up in the top five.
What do elite role players look like in the modern NBA, and how do scouts find them in the draft? These are the 13 types to watch.
What upcoming draft picks does every NBA team owe and own? Here's our team-by-team breakdown.
Jonathan Givony projects the top 30 prospects in the class.
• 2017 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2016 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2015 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2014 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2013 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2012 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
• 2011 - Coverage | Picks | Player Rankings
The Hawks select Alpha Kaba with the 60th and final pick of the 2017 draft. Since Isaiah Thomas was picked last in 2011, two of the five players picked in this spot have managed to play in the NBA: Cory Jefferson (2014) and Robert Sacre (2012).
The 31st pick belongs to the Hornets now, after they acquired it from the Hawks in the Dwight Howard trade. It was originally traded from Brooklyn to Atlanta way back in 2012, as part of the Joe Johnson sign-and-trade deal.
John Collins is 17th overall in ESPN's analytic draft model. Great rebounder who can score efficiently. 36% chance of being at least a role player in the NBA.
With the No. 19 overall pick, the Hawks selected John Collins (F, Wake Forest). He joins a team that has made the playoffs each of the past 10 seasons, the 2nd-longest streak in the NBA (Spurs, 20).
Jalen Rose takes Chris Paul's unprofessional behavior as a clear sign that the PG doesn't have respect for his former team.
Stephen A. Smith explains why the NBAPA president should be more careful with his image.
Jalen Rose doesn't believe in Cleveland's ability to take down the reigning champions without Kyrie Irving.
Stephen A. Smith connects Chris Paul's altercation with the Clippers to the PG's decision to exit Los Angeles in free agency.
Stephen A. Smith says the rivalry between Golden State and Cleveland is dying unless the Cavs can pull off a blockbuster trade.
Dave McMenamin explains that a lack of urgency from Cleveland's front office has made some Cavs players uneasy about their chance to capture another championship.