The NBA hasn't seen very many high lottery picks traded in the recent future, but this lottery could be different with several teams interested in trading for a more established player.

"There are multiple teams, I'm told: Cleveland, Minnesota, Houston, who are going to be very aggressive if they're in the top of this lottery with perhaps putting those picks in trades to bring back young veteran players or All-Star caliber players to accelerate their rebuilds," said Adrian Wojnarowski on ESPN shortly before the draft.

The draft is widely considered to be a good one, especially with five potential All-Stars in Cade Cunningham, Evan Mobley, Jalen Suggs, Jalen Green and Jonathan Kuminga. 

Update: While the Wolves lost their pick to the Golden State Warriors, the Rockets ended up with the second pick while Cleveland will pick third.