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With All-Star Jimmy Butler moving from Chicago to Minnesota for Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine, Kevin Pelton grades the deal.
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Asked about the health of Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid, Bryan Colangelo said he expects to have a full healthy roster for the start of camp.
Markelle Fultz knows he has a huge legacy to follow as a number one overall pick like Allen Iverson, whose banner hangs above him as he talks to the media.
Markelle Fultz says being the top overall pick "still hasn't" sunk in the morning after.
Markelle Fultz and the Philadelphia 76ers' rookies -- Anzejs Pasecniks, Jonah Bolden and Mathias Lessort.
The Sixers will introduce number one pick Markelle Fultz underneath these banners shortly.
The Hornets announced rookie guard Malik Monk is doubtful to play at the Orlando summer league due to a sprained left ankle suffered in the draft workout process.
John Salley thinks Carmelo Anthony is staying put in New York in an effort to win for his hometown.
The NBA's silly season kicks off July 1 at midnight ET, and we've got you covered with the latest news, rumors and analysis surrounding the biggest free agent targets of the summer.
ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy will coach the U.S. men's basketball team for World Cup qualifying, a source confirmed to ESPN.
John Salley believes D'Angelo Russell has All-Star potential in Brooklyn if he gains the trust of his new teammates.
Jeff Goodman predicts Kawhi Leonard to win MVP, while Mike Wise likes John Wall to surprise everyone and steal the award.