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.
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- 1Michael Porter Jr.MissouriSF
- 2Luka DoncicSloveniaSG
- 3DeAndre AytonArizonaC
- 4Mohamed BambaTexasC
- 5Miles BridgesMichigan StateSF
- 6Robert WilliamsTexas A&MPF
- 7Collin SextonAlabamaPG
- 8Jaren JacksonMichigan StatePF
- 9Troy BrownOregonSG
- 10Kevin KnoxKentuckySF
- 11Trevon DuvalDukePG
- 12Hamidou DialloKentuckySG
- 13Mitchell RobinsonWestern KentuckyC
- 14Jarred VanderbiltKentuckyPF
- 15Wendall CarterDukePF
- 16Lonnie WalkerMiamiSG
- 17Moritz WagnerMichiganPF
- 18Malik NewmanKansasPG
- 19Omari SpellmanVillanovaPF
- 20De'Anthony MeltonUSCPG
- 21Andrew JonesTexasPG
- 22Justin JacksonMarylandSF
- 23Rodions KurucsLatviaSF
- 24Isaac BongaGermanySF
- 25Marques BoldenDukeC
After a decade of dominance and three titles alongside Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe reinvented himself by switching from No. 8 to No. 24.
Rookie forward Tyler Cavanaugh, who originally came to Atlanta on a two-way contract, has signed a multi-year deal with the Hawks.
The NBA is starting an international youth basketball tournament using a format similar to baseball's Little League World Series.
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Stephen A. Smith prefers Kobe Bryant in his number 24 jersey most.
Overtimes and late scores played spoiler in this weekend's football and basketball betting world. ESPN Stats & Information's Rob Nelson breaks down the worst of the worst bad beats.