NBA Draft

Porter, Bagley, Ayton, Doncic Comprise Top-4 Of ESPN's First 2018 Mock Draft
Michael Porter Jr. ranks No. 1 on ESPN's first mock draft for 2018.
Marvin Bagley Commits to Duke
Marvin Bagley is the top player in the incoming class of 2018.
Jontay Porter Reclassifies To Join Missouri For 17-18
Jontay Porter was the 10th ranked player in the class of 2018.
NBA Could Create New Rule Restricting Pick Swaps
The NBA has considered banning pick swaps between drafts in which a team already owes its pick to other teams.
R.J. Barrett Reclassifies For Class Of 2018
R.J. Barrett will be in the draft class of 2019 if he stays one year in college.
John Collins Used Summer League To Prove He Should Have Been Picked Higher
John Collins ranks second in Summer League in PER at 32.5.
Marvin Bagley Considering Reclassifying For 2017 Freshman Class
Marvin Bagley is scheduled to visit Duke while he's also considering USC, Kentucky and Arizona.
LaVar Ball Told Magic Johnson Pre-Draft 'It's Marketing'
During a critical pre-draft meeting with the Lakers, LaVar Ball spoke honestly to Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka about his intentions.
Bulls Focused On Maximizing 2018 Lottery Odds
With the Bulls trading away Jimmy Butler, a source says the team is focused on getting a top-4 pick in next year's draft.
NBA Execs Split On Michael Porter Jr., Luka Doncic As Top Prospect Of 2018
Michael Porter Jr. and Luka Doncic are expected to be the top two picks of the 2018 NBA Draft.

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NBA Draft Analysis

Prospect Report: Marvin Bagley III Of Duke

by Rafael Uehara

Marvin Bagley's biggest appeal at this point of his development is his agility and coordination, which are above average for someone his size.

Prospect Report: Michael Porter Jr. Of Missouri

by Rafael Uehara

Michael Porter Jr. dominated in high school due to his athletic prowess but also showed an appealing level of skill for someone his size. The combination of dribble moves and shot making he displayed, even if still in its infancy, makes his scoring potential tantalizing.

Leroux's 2017 NBA Draft Review

by Danny Leroux

The 76ers, Wolves, Mavericks, Kings, Raptors, Lakers, Warriors and Jazz highlight the great drafts, while the Hawks and Bulls have the worst draft nights for the trades each team made.

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NCAA Leaders

Phillip Taylor 34.04 Points

Tyheim Monroe 15.78 Rebounds

Nicholas Fenton 9.76 Assists

Liam Thomas 4.19 Blocks

J.R. Adams 5.23 Steals

John Collins 33.28 PER

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