With the 15th overall pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards selected Troy Brown, Jr. of Oregon. Fans were surprised, as many were looking for ...
by: Tom D'Angelo — Palm Beach Post: Heat Zone 56m
MIAMI – While the night was highlighted by a flurry of trades early on, the Miami Heat sat idly by as the NBA draft moved into the latter stages of the first round Thursday night. The Heat reportedly explored jumping into the first round but did not pull.
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by: Reid Forgrave — CBS Sports 58m
Follow along with the entire NBA draft
by: David Yapkowitz — Basketball Insiders 2h
The Minnesota Timberwolves selected Georgia Tech’s Josh Okogie with the 20th overall pick of the 2018 NBA Draft. At the NBA level, Okogie probably projects as a shooting guard. Despite being 6-foot-4, Okogie has the physical tools and the ability to...
by: Michael Singer, USA TODAY — USA Today 4h
USA TODAY Sports' 2018 NBA draft tracker with pick-by-pick insight, analysis and grades.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sean Deveney) — Sporting News 10h
NBA Draft day is here, and we’re so excited, we’re bringing you our final installment of the Mock Draft. (These picks will certainly all be correct.)
by: Aran Smith — USA Today: Hoops Hype 11h
POINT GUARDS / SHOOTING GUARDS / SMALL FORWARDS / POWER FORWARDS / CENTERS 1. Sacramento: Marvin Bagley Power Forward / 6-11 / Duke / Freshman 21.0 ppg, 11.1 rpg Bagley makes the most sense …
by: Tariq Saleh Senior Writer — Give Me Sport 15h
Fans across the pond can start planning for the ninth regular season matchup at the O2 Arena
by: Patrick Arsenault — Real Ball Insiders 12h
Reading Time: 3 minutesTuesday night the Nuggets held a mock draft for season ticket holders at the Pepsi Center. With all 30 teams represented by tables of season ticket holders, ticket sales reps, and Altitude media talents the “teams” got busy with...
by: Matt Silich — SB Nation: Bullets Forever 12h
John Wall wants athletic big men, but the Wizards’ biggest room for growth may lie on the wing.
by: Dane Carbaugh — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 14h
The first ever edition of the PBT Mailbag tackles this question and more before Thursday’s draft.
by: Matthew Paras — The Washington Times 21 Jun
The Washington Wizards have found all sorts of ways to give away their first-round picks in recent years, using their No. 1 pick just once in the past four drafts.