NBA Draft

Cavs Trading 2017 First Rounder To Get 2018 Returned From Blazers
The Cavaliers will then trade their 2019 first round pick to the Hawks as part of the Kyle Korver deal.
GMs Calling 2017 NBA Draft 'Strongest In A Decade'
Chad Ford projects 10-15 potential All-Stars in the class, headlined by Markelle Fultz.
Union Sought 'Zero And Two' Rule For NBA Draft Eligibility
The two sides agreed to revisit the issue at a later date within the timeline of their new collective bargaining agreement.
Mavs Would Only Trade First Rounder For Top-5 Player In NBA
Mark Cuban referenced the Dallas Cowboys' historical trade of Herschel Walker that setup their success of the 1990s as what it would take to trade the pick.
Jackson, Fultz, Ball, Smith, Giles Comprise Chad Ford's Top 100
Josh Jackson ranks first in Chad Ford's Top 100 for the 2017 NBA Draft ahead of Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball.
No. 3 Recruit Wendell Carter Commits To Duke
Wendell Carter is a 6-foot-10 power forward from Pace Academy in Georgia.
Dunc'd On: Mike Schmitz Of DraftExpress On The Top 2017 Prospects
Master video scout Mike Schmitz of DraftExpress joins to discuss the best 2017 NBA draft prospects and who he will be tracking this season.
Bill Self: Josh Jackson Has Great IQ Both On, Off Court
Josh Jackson is considered one of the more mature prospects of the 2017 NBA Draft class.
Terrance Ferguson Suspended One Game For Striking Opponent
Terrance Ferguson is playing for the Adelaide 36ers after deciding not to attend Arizona for his freshman season.
Harry Giles Out Six Weeks With Knee Surgery
Harry Giles is recovering from a torn ACL he suffered during the first game of his high school season a year ago.

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NBA Draft Analysis

Prospect Report: Malik Monk Of Kentucky

by Rafael Uehara

Malik Monk's eruption of high volume scoring matched with elite efficiency has elevated his draft status. Monk is impressively scoring both on spot-ups and off the bounce.

Prospect Report: Dennis Smith Jr. Of N.C. State

by Rafael Uehara

Dennis Smith, Jr. has probably been the least touted of the high profile freshman over the first month and a half of the season.

Prospect Report: Lonzo Ball Of UCLA

by Rafael Uehara

Lonzo Ball starts the season rated as lottery-caliber because shot creation is extremely valuable and because his height and length suggests positional versatility might be in his future, something that is at a premium in this Era of basketball.

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NCAA Leaders

Marcus Keene 28.71 Points

Caleb Swanigan 12.61 Rebounds

Mo Watson 8.83 Assists

Liam Thomas 3.94 Blocks

Ehab Amin 3.62 Steals

Jock Landale 32.64 PER

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