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.
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Nice job by De'Aaron Fox (SAC), one of the many draftees at Hunter College in NYC on Wednesday for a Jr. NBA youth basketball clinic and NBA Cares packing project.
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).
Kings getting great value with Giles at 20 - 51% chance he will be at least a role player in the NBA.
Sacramento rolls the dice with Harry Giles. De'Aaron Fox, Justin Jackson, Giles. This is an ideal spot for Giles, who can try to get back to 100 percent at his own pace.
Thought Harry Giles was too risky for the lottery, but he's worth it at 20. Took awhile to recover from his first injury, but eventually regained his bounce and confidence. If he can get back to that (even 85-90 percent of that) after his second injury, Kings have a steal.
Michael Smith fires back at critics who doubt Chris Paul and James Harden's ability to work together in Houston.
Kristaps Porzingis and the New York Knicks got the better of Phil Jackson.
As part of a $192.5 million renovation of Philips Arena, the Atlanta Hawks announced Wednesday they will open the NBA's first courtside bar.
Michael Eaves uncovers Chris Paul's frustrations with Doc Rivers' treatments of his son Austin, and the Clippers' failure to deliver on a trade with the Knicks.
Guard David Nwaba, who earned a job with the Lakers after being brought up from the D-League, had his option for next season picked up by the team.
Zach Lowe looks at what went wrong for the Clippers and whether Chris Paul can raise the Rockets' ceiling.