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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The Thunder were extremely active this past week pursuing different trades, from moving into the top 10 of the draft to getting in the mix for Kristaps Porzingis and Jimmy Butler, but came up empty and instead stayed put at 21. "We're involved in everything. We're going to pursue everything," Sam Presti said Thursday. "Don't be upset just because it's not spewing out of this building, that we're not pursuing the same things that you read about on the Internet. We're going to make all those calls. We're going to pursue all those things."
Sam Presti on Terrance Ferguson: "He has a speed, a size and a length, an athleticism, and the ability to shoot the ball from range that makes him exciting."
Terrance Ferguson ranks 35th overall in ESPN's analytic draft model. We estimate that there is an 80% chance that he is a bust in the NBA.
With the No. 21 overall pick, the Thunder selected Terrance Ferguson, who bypassed college to play professionally in Australia. Oklahoma City has had mixed results selecting in the 20s. They landed Serge Ibaka at 24 back in 2008 and Reggie Jackson at 24 in 2011, but their last four picks in this range have been Mitch McGary, Josh Huestis, Archie Goodwin and Perry Jones.
The Thunder take Terrance Ferguson with the 21st overall pick. In need of talent to provide Russell Westbrook some offensive help, Sam Presti takes a swing at one of the players with high potential, but currently very raw.
Detroit Pistons guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was suspended for two games without pay by the NBA on Friday for pleading guilty to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.
Ex-Bulls star Jimmy Butler told the Chicago Sun-Times that being the face of the franchise isn't all that it's cracked up to be.
The cast of SportsNation debates whether or not the Sixers have enough wins to be talking trash to the Ball family.
ESPN's draft guru Fran Fraschilla breaks down his winners, losers and international standouts.
Jonah Bolden will be at home in Philadelphia thanks to fellow Australian Ben Simmons and a head coach with a history Down Under, but the 76ers draft pick might have to play overseas first.
Rachel Nichols declares Minnesota as a winner on draft night by trading for Jimmy Butler, but has a gripe with the Bulls for not picking a direction for their rebuild.