After a crazy night of surprising picks and big trades, Chad Ford hands out his draft grades for all 30 teams. Who came out best, and who flunked?
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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Undrafted rookie guard Antonius Cleveland of Southeast Missouri State agrees to Summer League deal with Portland, league source tells ESPN.
With the No. 26 overall pick, the Trail Blazers selected Caleb Swanigan (F, Purdue). He joins Zach Collins as the Blazers' picks tonight, as Portland tries to reshape its frontcourt to go along with the Lillard/McCollum backcourt.
With the No. 20 overall pick, the Trail Blazers selected Harry Giles (G, Duke), who'll be the final piece of the agreed-upon 10 for 15 and 20 swap. That leaves Sacramento's first-round haul as Giles (20), Justin Jackson (15), and De'Aaron Fox (5).
With the No. 15 overall pick, the Trail Blazers selected Justin Jackson (F, North Carolina), but this pick is headed to Sacramento as part of the swap for the No. 10 pick, along with the 20th overall pick.
With the No. 10 overall pick, the Kings selected Zach Collins (C, Gonzaga), but this pick is reportedly being traded to Portland in exchange for the 15th and 20th picks. Portland came into tonight with three first-round picks. Now Sacramento will have three.
Kyrie Irving's elite-level ball handling makes him a big target for teams who are in the market for a top point guard.
Kyrie Irving's elite-level ballhandling makes him a big target for teams in the market for a top point guard.
Adrian Wojnarowski breaks down the Wizards locking up John Wall to a four-year, $170-million contract extension, keeping the team's core of Wall, Bradley Beal and Otto Porter together for a long time.
The market is open, and NBA free-agency news is coming in fast. Stay up to date with the latest rumors and rumblings across the Association.
Vince Carter is on hand as the Daytona Tortugas, minor league affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, honor Craig Sager, and he tosses a strike to open the game.
John Wall's $170 million extension with the Washington Wizards locks up the All-Star point guard through 2023, a source told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.