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).
Despite LeBron James averaging his most points per game in eight years, the Cavaliers have lost nine of their last 12 games. Dave McMenamin takes an in-depth look at the Cavaliers' recent issues and how it compares to previous teams.
In the third matchup between the Western Conference's two best teams, Chris Paul and James Harden lead Houston to a 114-108 victory against Golden State.
Chris Paul brings his A-game to the Warriors as he records 33 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists, propelling the Rockets to a crucial victory over the Warriors.
The NBA Countdown crew debates of Joel Embiid is really "moving on" from Rihanna after making the All-Star roster.
Jalen Rose says that either a player endorses or denounces, and in LeBron James' case the superstar said he "can't worry about job security and trades" which doesn't sound like an endorsement.
Paul Pierce shares the moment he knew it was time to retire from basketball and breaks down how LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony are able to stay atop of their game into their 30s.