Draft day is tomorrow, which means an uptick in trades as NBA teams try to best position themselves for the upcoming season and beyond. This year, with rumors swirling around star players, little available cap space, and LeBron James’ free agency, it...
by: Vince Ellis, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 20 Jun
Detroit Pistons senior adviser Ed Stefanski could go upside when the team is on the clock in second round.
by: Kevin Pelton — ESPN 20 Jun
Which players and draft picks are on the move? We've got a rundown of the latest trades heading into the draft and free agency.
by: Astramskas, David — Ball is Life 19 Jun
Will the Phoenix Suns take one of the new faces of PUMA basketball (big men Deandre Ayton and…
by: https://www.facebook.com/NewsOKThunder — News OK: Thunder Rumblings 19 Jun
JUN 19, 2018 - Welcome to the home of our Thunder Buddies podcast, named, in part, from Universal Studios' highly-acclaimed comedy 'Ted,' but inspired by our continued hope for...
by: Scott Bordow, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 19 Jun
Our final mock draft has the Suns taking Deandre Ayton at No. 1.
by: Nekias Duncan — Clutch Points: BBall Breakdown 19 Jun
If you take a gander at the Los Angeles Clippers’ numbers, you won’t be left impressed. They were pretty average, actually. Their 42-40 record was okay; their offensive rating and defensive rating was identical (107.7), giving them a net rating of zero...
by: Robert Flom — SB Nation: Clips Nation 19 Jun
Duke’s lesser-known big men is one of the best prospects in a stacked draft class. And he could fall to the Clippers.
by: Jason Reed — Fansided: LA Sports Hub 19 Jun
The 2018 NBA Draft is this Thursday and here are our final predictions for who the Los Angeles Clippers will select with the 12th and 13th overall picks. T...
by: Dan Wolken, USA TODAY — USA Today 19 Jun
The odds of landing a good player in the NBA draft are poor, so why do we keep hyping up these guys year after year?
by: Andrew Sharp June 19, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 19 Jun
After the top picks have been made and franchise-changing players have been selected, there will be dozens of others waiting to find an NBA home. Rawle Alkins will be one of them.