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The Basketball Insiders All-Star Starter Picks

The Basketball Insiders team votes on their All-Star starters.

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All-Star weekend is fast approaching, and as we get geared up for the festivities, we’ve decided to release our starters for the 2017 NBA All-Star Game. We’ve aggregated the totals to create the most voted Western and Eastern Conference team, and then below we’ve listed individual picks from our Basketball Insiders experts.

Western Conference Starters:

Guard – Russell Westbrook

Westbrook could become the first player since Oscar Robertson in 1962 to average a 30 point, 10 rebound and 10 assist triple-double. Westbrook (and Harden) are the leading candidates for the MVP award, that’s why I left neither out. – Michael Scotto

Westbrook has been superb this season. Obviously, he’s still averaging a triple-double and continuing to lead the Thunder to an impressive 24-17 record through 41 games. His team is currently in the playoffs and without him, they’d be looking at the lottery. Westbrook’s efficiency considering his usage isn’t great, but is better than many would’ve expected. There is no way Westbrook can’t be in this game and more importantly, in this starting lineup.

Guard – James Harden

The Mike D’Antoni, James Harden duo has the Rockets as a serious contender and Harden as a legitimate MVP candidate. – Jonathon Concool

Harden continues to top our MVP watch list, leading his team to the third-best record in the Western Conference and putting up historically great numbers. His ability to become a playmaker and scorer while playing improved defense has given his team an edge against nearly every opponent they’ve faced. Harden has become one of the best facilitators in the game, averaging over 11 assists per game. Along with the efficient passing and creation, he’s also scoring 28.4 points per game while shooting 44 percent from the field and 35 percent from behind-the-arc. He could easily be this season’s MVP if the season were to end today.

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant

Durant wasn’t coming into the same situation as LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh did in Miami. He came into a historically great team that had a pecking order with defined roles and three All-Stars. Did Durant fit seamlessly? No. But considering the chemistry change, role adjustments and loss of players and continuity, there hasn’t been much of a drop-off, if any with Golden State. Durant is the best player on the best team in the Western Conference. He deserves to be a starter for the West. – Oliver Maroney

Durant has been better than most had expected through the first half of the NBA season. Durant is averaging 26 points, 4.7 assists and 8.6 rebounds per game for the Warriors, but possibly the most surprising statistic is his 1.7 blocks per game. It justifies the way Durant has played on defense this season.

Durant has been superb in almost every aspect of the game, but his chemistry within the team is still questioned at times. He’s learning on the job, but he’s a supreme talent that’s picked up almost every nuance with Golden State instantly.

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard

Leonard is averaging a career-high 24.6 points per game and his defense remains on lockdown status on a nightly basis. – Michael Scotto

The Spurs lost their leader in Tim Duncan, yet they didn’t miss a beat. Leonard has taken over in San Antonio and led the Spurs to the second-best record in the Western Conference. He’s been remarkably efficient considering his uptick in offensive field goal attempts, and his team is continuing to coast to another 50-plus win season. Last year’s Defensive Player of the Year, Leonard is still continuing to be a great two-way player, and perhaps the best outside of LeBron James.

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis

As for Davis, while I wouldn’t normally take a player on a team playing less than .500 basketball, he’s second in the league in scoring, sixth in rebounds per game and second in blocks per game. I wouldn’t attribute the Pelicans’ poor season to his performance and also don’t think that either Draymond Green or DeMarcus Cousins are more deserving. – Moke Hamilton

Davis continues to wow despite his team’s unimpressive effort through the first 20 or so games. The team has started to find a rhythm with Jrue Holiday back in the lineup and Davis continues to thrive. He’s averaging about 36 minutes per game and is posting up career-highs in many statistical categories. After sustaining multiple injuries and not living up to the expectations last year, you can clearly tell he’s developed his game even further. By many accounts, he deserves to be at All-Star weekend, but this was a close voting tally for a starter.

Eastern Conference Starters:

Guard – Isaiah Thomas 

Thomas is arguably the best pound-for-pound player in the game. – Lang Greene

Thomas has hit game-winners, facilitated the offense and brought the Celtics back to life. After early struggles due to injuries, the Celtics are sitting at third in the Eastern Conference and Thomas is a big reason for that. The former 60th pick in the NBA Draft is currently averaging 28.2 points, 6.7 assists and 2.7 rebounds. Over the last ten games? Thomas is averaging over 31 points while the Celtics have won eight of the last ten games. Thomas is clearly the number one option on offense, even if his defense leaves something to be desired at times. He’s clearly the most valuable player on the Celtics right now.

Guard – DeMar DeRozan

DeRozan’s game isn’t considered sexy by the analytical crowd but he has been in beast mode all season. – Lang Greene

After an impressive 30-plus point streak to begin the regular season, DeMar DeRozan is still continuing to score at a career-high rate. Currently, DeRozan is averaging career highs in points (28.2) and rebounds (5.4) per game. His Toronto Raptors are second in the East and not far off from the Cleveland Cavaliers, therefore he deserves the nod. His teammate Kyle Lowry may be more valuable, but the Insiders’ crew was split on the decision.

Frontcourt – LeBron James

The Cavaliers are the class of the East and LeBron James is a major reason for that. James continues to fill the stat sheet and win column for Cleveland as the game’s best all-around player. – Michael Scotto

LeBron James has continued to hover near that incredible triple-double statistic. Even without, he’s still the game’s best player and has continued to lead the Cavaliers to the best record in the Eastern Conference. After beating the Warriors on Christmas Day, James has still shown that he can combat any team at any time. Even with the absence of J.R. Smith, James has taken on more of an offensive load and continued to gain momentum for the Cavs. Currently, James averages 25.8 points, 8.3 assists and 7.8 rebounds per game while shooting 51.7 percent from the field. He was a unanimous selection in our picks.

Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

What can’t Jimmy Butler do? He’s leading a Bulls team that we all thought would be a mess to a .500 record and a playoff berth. Along with that, he’s had four 40-plus point games, and rebounding at a career-best 6.8 rebounds per game. – Oliver Maroney

Even though the Bulls are the eight seed in the Eastern Conference, it’s fair to say they wouldn’t be anywhere near there without Jimmy Butler. The former Marquette star is shooting over 45 percent from the field and continuing to play tremendous defense on the game’s best players. His continued effort and relentless energy is something that many don’t have. Aside from Jabari Davis, everyone on the Basketball Insiders’ team picked Butler in their frontcourt.

Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

The Greek Freak has taken the league by storm with his play recently (buzzer beaters, triple-doubles) and has the young Milwaukee Bucks in the middle to upper echelon of Eastern Conference teams. He’s also leading his team in points, rebounds and assists per game. – Jonathan Concool

Antentokounmpo has finally been added to our MVP watch list because of his all-around game and value to his team. The Bucks are at .500 and the big reason for that is Antentokounmpo. His ability play one through five, guard all five positions and score virtually anytime, anywhere has carried the team at times. His athletic ability is probably the most dynamic we’ve seen since LeBron James, and he’s continuing to rack up the stat sheet with triple-doubles. This season, the Greek Freak is averaging 23.4 points, 5.7 assists, 8.7 rebounds, 2.1 blocks and 1.3 steals per game.

 

Individual Picks from the Insiders’ Team

“The reason why selecting All-Stars is always such a difficult proposition because there’s no clear-cut consensus as to what the requirements are.” – Moke Hamilton

Steve Kyler

Western Conference                       Eastern Conference                                                       

Guard – Chris Paul                                  Guard – John Wall

Guard – Russell Westbrook                   Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                 Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                     Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                   Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Ben Dowsett

Western Conference                        Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                    Guard – Kyle Lowry

Guard – James Harden                            Guard – John Wall

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                     Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                   Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Marc Gasol                          Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Eric Pincus 

Western Conference                         Eastern Conference 

Guard – Russell Westbrook                     Guard – Kyrie Irving

Guard –  James Harden                            Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                    Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt –  Kevin Durant                      Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt –  Marc Gasol                          Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

 

Oliver Maroney

Western Conference                           Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                       Guard – Kyle Lowry

Guard – James Harden                               Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                         Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                      Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Marc Gasol                             Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Michael Scotto

Western Conference                           Eastern Conference 

Guard – James Harden                               Guard – Kyrie Irving

Guard – Russell Westbrook                       Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                         Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                      Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                       Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Cody Taylor 

Western Conference                           Eastern Conference 

Guard – Russell Westbrook                       Guard – John Wall

Guard – James Harden                               Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                         Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                      Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                       Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

 

Tommy Beer

Western Conference                            Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                        Guard – John Wall

Guard – James Harden                                Guard – Isaiah Thomas

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                          Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                       Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                        Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

 

Moke Hamilton 

Western Conference                               Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                           Guard – Isaiah Thomas

Guard – James Harden                                   Guard – Kyrie Irving

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                             Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                          Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                           Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Jabari Davis

Western Conference                              Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                          Guard – Kyrie Irving

Guard – James Harden                                  Guard – Kyle Lowry

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                            Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                         Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt – DeMarcus Cousins                   Frontcourt – Joel Embiid

 

Jesse Blancarte

Western Conference                               Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                           Guard – Isaiah Thomas

Guard – James Harden                                   Guard – Kyle Lowry

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                             Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                          Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                           Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Jonathan Concool 

Western Conference                              Eastern Conference 

Guard – Russell Westbrook                           Guard – Kyrie Irving

Guard – James Harden                                   Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                             Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                          Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                           Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

 

Joel Brigham 

Western Conference                                Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                            Guard – Isaiah Thomas

Guard – James Harden                                    Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                              Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                           Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

Frontcourt – Anthony Davis                            Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

 

Lang Greene

Western Conference                                Eastern Conference

Guard – Russell Westbrook                            Guard – Isaiah Thomas

Guard – James Harden                                    Guard – DeMar DeRozan

Frontcourt – Kevin Durant                              Frontcourt – LeBron James

Frontcourt – Kawhi Leonard                           Frontcourt – Giannis Antentokounmpo

Frontcourt – DeMarcus Cousins                     Frontcourt – Jimmy Butler

 

Oliver Maroney is an NBA writer for Basketball Insiders. He is based in Portland and covers the league as a whole.

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Trae Young Believes He’s NBA Ready

Trae Young has exceeded expectations since his freshman year of college, and he believes he will continue to do so in the NBA

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Before the collegiate season started, many believed that the best players in the upcoming NBA draft were going to be bigs. DeAndre Ayton, Mo Bamba, and Michael Porter Jr., all of whom were 6’10’’ or taller, were considered to be among the top prospects coming out of the NCAA, but Trae Young had something to say about that.

Coming out of high school, Young was regarded as one of the better incoming freshmen, but not among the best of the best. Young ranked no. 23 in ESPN’s top 100 in 2017 and was ranked third among point guards, behind Collin Sexton and Jaylen Hands, which led to low expectations for him. Young proved right out of the gate that he was much better than the scouts had rated him.

Young tore up college ball as an Oklahoma Sooner, as he averaged 27.2 points and 8.7 assists while shooting 42 percent from the field including 36 percent from three. While Young’s play made him stand out among his peers, it didn’t translate into much success on the court. The Sooners went 18-14 on the season and were eliminated in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Now that the season is over, Young is shifting his focus to his next stop: the NBA. With the draft coming up in just a little over a month, only one word comes to mind when describing Young’s current mindset: Confidence.

“I bring a lot of things to the next level. I think I would bring an immediate impact off the court as much as I do on the court,” Young said at the NBA combine. “I can space out the defense. I can attack defenders in multiple ways, get my teammates involved. I think I can pretty much do it all for a team and I’m looking forward to whichever team I go to and making a huge impact.”

While Young is not expected to be picked in the top five, he should be picked between the six to ten range. Any player who is selected in that range has to work his absolute hardest to live up to the lengthy expectations that he will certainly face once he enters the NBA. Young luckily sounds like he is up to the task.

“I prepared extremely hard coming into the college season and making a huge impact right away, and I’m working two times as hard this summer preparing to get into the NBA level,” Young said. “I want to make a huge impact right away.”

Young is expected to be a high lottery pick, but he doesn’t care much for where he is selected as much as he cares about going to the team that suits him best.

“My main focus is going to the right team. It’s not about going one, two, three or 30. You see a lot of guys going in the second round in certain years that make big impacts for teams,” Young said. “It’s all about the fit for me. Whether that’s one or whether that’s whatever it is, I’m going to be happy and I’m going to be ready to make an impact.”

Young’s expected high draft position stems from his electrifying play as a scorer in college. Young’s performance for Oklahoma his freshman year was impressive enough to draw comparisons to NBA megastar Stephen Curry. While Young is flattered to be mentioned in the same breath as Curry, he takes pride in being his own player.

“He’s a two-time MVP and a champion. I mean, I love the comparison but I feel like I bring a lot of different things from different players’ games to the table,” Young said. “I’m just trying to be the best version of Trae Young. That’s all that matters to me. I’m just getting started in this thing so hopefully I can achieve some of those things.”

Young’s skillset may remind fans of Curry, but Young prides himself on modeling his game after his favorite player of all time: Steve Nash.

“With his size and my size, we’re pretty similar,” Young said. “He is very cerebral. He can score on all three levels and he knows how to get his teammates involved. He’s a winner so I feel like a lot of his characteristics match with mine.”

Those who have watched Young know of his offensive repertoire, but skeptics have pointed to his defensive shortcomings as a red flag. Young, however, believes his play at the combine will show that he can be a positive on the other side of the ball.

“I’m excited about having the opportunity to show people that I can play defense, and I’m excited to show that from day one,”

When all is said and done, Young may very well wind up being the most prolific scorer to come out of what many believe is a loaded draft, but Young has much bigger ambitions in mind for his career.

“I think I’m the best overall player in this draft, but my main focus isn’t necessarily to be the best player in this draft,” Young said. “My goal is to be the best player in the NBA. That’s what I’m focusing on each and every day.”

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NBA Daily: Jaylen Hands Makes Good Showing at the NBA Combine

Jaylen Hands made a good showing at the NBA Combine by displaying his offensive skills and defensive intensity.

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UCLA has produced a few of the NBA’s top point guards over the last decade or so, including Russell Westbrook and Jrue Holiday. Jrue’s younger brother, Aaron Holiday, has declared for this year’s draft and is projected by several NBA insiders to be selected with a first-round pick (likely in the 20-30 range). But Aaron Holiday isn’t the only UCLA point guard who may end up taking his talents to the NBA this offseason. Jaylen Hands, who is still just 19 years old and finished his freshman season, has also entered his name into this year’s draft.

While Hands has entered his name into the draft and participated in the NBA Combine, he has not hired an agent, which preserves his ability to return to college (Hands has until June 11 to make a final decision). Considering Hands’ young age and raw skill set, he isn’t projected by many insiders to hear his name called on draft night. But he certainly helped his cause in the Combine, showcasing his offensive talents, the muscle he has added to his slight frame since the end of his freshman season and aggressiveness on defense.

Basketball Insiders spoke with Hands at the Combine about his development, going through the pre-draft process, competing against familiar faces and more.

“It’s crazy, it’s crazy because when we were younger, they said the exact thing: ‘You guys are going to see each other forever.’” Hands said when asked about competing against many of the same players over the years and now at the Combine. “And you don’t really believe what they’re saying. But now you go through high school, you’re a senior, All-Star activities and you go to the Combine, you see the same people. It’s crazy.”

Hands has a notable skill set but is a raw prospect that many believe would be better served spending another year in college. While Hands needs to continue filling out his frame, he did register decent measurements at the Combine in relation to a top guard prospect – Trae Young of Oklahoma. Hands weighed in at 1.2 lbs heavier than Young, and outmatched Young in height (with and without shoes), standing reach and wingspan. Ironically, Hands has the smallest hands of all players that participated in the Combine. While these measurements don’t mean that he is currently a comparable prospect to Young, they could address some concerns about his current physical profile and how it may ultimately translate to the NBA.

Hands proved himself to be a confident and aggressive player in his freshman season at UCLA – something that he believes has led to misconceptions about his game.

“I’m not a point guard,” Hands said when asked about what misconceptions people have about his game.

I wouldn’t say it’s common, like it’s the main thing. But I’ve heard that I shoot first or something like that. I just feel like I attack a lot. I think I attack a lot and I’m of size to being a [two guard], so I think some people get it misconstrued. I just think I’m attack first, set my teammates up, get what I get.”

Hands is clearly aware of the common perceptions and current shortcomings in his game, which is why he is working hard to improve his overall skill set and is testing the NBA waters to get feedback from teams.

“Before I came here, just being more steady working on my shot, making good reads out of the pick and roll, finishing.” Hands said when asked about what parts of his game he was working on before coming to the Combine.

Hands was asked to clarify what he believes is his best strength at this point. Hands didn’t hesitate and pointed toward his ability to make plays off the dribble.

“My best strength is getting in the paint. So I get in the paint and make plays,” Hands said.

Hands is also clearly aware of UCLA’s history of producing quality point guards and has a chance to one day develop into a quality guard at the NBA level. However, with Holiday heading to the NBA and no major competition for the starting point guard position at UCLA next season, it may benefit Hands to hold off on turning pro for at least another year.

Whether he stays at UCLA or commits to this year’s draft, there’s no doubt that Hands is going to keep pushing to develop into a quality NBA player.

“I want to be the best player I can in the league,” Hands said. “That’s my goal.”

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NBA Daily: 2018 60-Pick NBA Mock Draft – 5/22/18

The final 2018 NBA Draft order is set and Basketball Insiders’ publisher Steve Kyler offers up his latest 60-pick NBA Mock Draft.

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Lots of Draft Movement

With the draft order now set for the 2018 NBA Draft, there is some sense of how the draft might play out.

The buzz coming out of the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago is that a number of picks could be had in trade include all three of the top selections. Word is the initial asking price is very high and more of an indication to the San Antonio Spurs that if they do want to part with disgruntled star Kawhi Leonard, they are open for business.

It’s also worth noting that there is a growing sense that both the Sacramento Kings and Atlanta Hawk may be far higher on some of the domestic bigs in the draft more so than euro sensation Luka Dončić. Both teams are expected to take a long look at Dončić, so their views on him could change as we get closer to the draft, but for now, Dončić may go lower.

Here is the latest 60-Pick NBA Mock Draft, reflecting the final draft order and the latest buzz, rumors, and intel from in and around the NBA:

Dates To Know:

The NCAA requires all players wishing to maintain their college eligibility, without penalty, to withdraw from the NBA Draft by 11:59 pm on May 30. That is an NCAA mandated date, not related to anything involving the NBA, and that notice must be delivered in writing.

The NBA’s draft withdrawal date is June 11 by 5:00 pm ET. The NBA’s date allows a prospect to remain NBA draft eligible for future NBA drafts and is not related to any NCAA rule or date. There are ways for college players that did not accept benefits to return to college. However, they may be subject to NCAA penalties.

The 2018 NBA Draft is June 21.

The Pick Swaps:

The Cleveland Cavaliers are owed the Brooklyn Nets’ first-round pick as a result of the Kyrie Irving trade this past summer. The Brooklyn Nets traded several unprotected picks to Boston as part of the Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce trades in 2015.

The Philadelphia 76ers are owed the LA Lakers’ 2018 Draft pick, unprotected, as a result of the 2012 Steve Nash trade with the Suns. The Suns traded that pick to the 76ers as part of the Michael Carter-Williams three-team trade with the Milwaukee in 2015. The 76ers traded that pick to the Boston Celtics as part of the draft pick trade that became Markelle Fultz before the draft; it has 2 through 5 protections. This pick will convey.

The LA Clippers are owed the Detroit Pistons first-round pick in 2018 as a result of the Blake Griffin trade.

The Phoenix Suns are owed the Miami HEAT’s first-round pick as part of the Goran Dragic trade in 2015, it is top-seven protected and would convey to Phoenix based on the final NBA standings.

The Phoenix Suns were owed the Milwaukee Bucks’ first-round pick as part of the Eric Bledsoe trade. The pick would only convey if the Bucks pick landed between the 11th and 16th pick, which based on the final NBA standings did not convey. The Suns will now receive the Bucks 2019 first-round pick assuming it falls between the fourth and 16th pick.

The Atlanta Hawks are owed the Minnesota Timberwolves’ first-round pick as part of the Adreian Payne trade in 2015. The pick was lottery protected and would convey to Atlanta based on the final NBA standings.

The Minnesota Timberwolves are owed the Oklahoma City Thunder’s first-round pick as part of the Jazz/Wolves Ricky Rubio trade this past summer. The Jazz acquired the pick as part of the Thunder’s deal to obtain Enes Kanter in 2015. The pick was lottery protected and would convey based on the final NBA standings.

The Chicago Bulls are owed the New Orleans Pelicans first-round pick as a result of the Nikola Mirotic trade. The pick was top-five protected and based on the final NBA standings would convey

The LA Lakers are owed the Cleveland Cavaliers first-round pick as a result of Jordan Clarkson/Larry Nance Jr. trade. The pick was top-three protected and based on the final NBA standings would convey

The Brooklyn Nets are owed the Toronto Raptors’ first-round pick as part of the DeMarre Carroll salary dump trade this past summer. The pick was lottery protected and based on the final NBA standings would convey

The Atlanta Hawks are owed the Houston Rockets’ first-round pick as part of a three-team deal with the LA Clippers and Denver Nuggets involving Danilo Gallinari and taking back Jamal Crawford and Diamond Stone. The pick was top-three protected and based on the final NBA standings would convey

Check out the Basketball Insiders’ Top 100 NBA Draft Prospects – http://www.basketballinsiders.com/top-100-nba-draft-prospects/

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