In what was supposed to be college basketball's Year of the Freshman, the Final Four lacks any one-and-done players of consequence. What gives?
Tough defense, improved shooting, and a new offensive role have made South Carolina's Thornwell a NCAA Tournament star—and a legitimate NBA Draft prospect.
While NBA decision makers don't like to admit it, March Madness performances can affect how the draft plays out.
Scouts see Jayson Tatum as a safe NBA draft bet, but his late-season surge for the Blue Devils could make him the No. 1 overall pick this summer.
Markelle Fultz looks like a prototypical NBA point guard, and could be the top pick in the 2017 draft. Does it matter that his Washington team was terrible?
The star UCLA guard has a funky, unorthodox shooting motion, but NBA talent evaluators aren't particularly worried.
Boogie Cousins is heading to New Orleans, Nerlens Noel is going to Dallas, and Serge Ibaka is going to Toronto. We evaluate every NBA trade deadline move.
Sweet-shooting Arizona seven-footer Lauri Markkanen is a prototypical stretch big man, and a likely NBA draft lottery pick. Can he become a well-rounded player?
The Kentucky freshman has everything NBA scouts look for, except a reliable jump shot. In modern basketball, that's a major question mark.
Kentucky's Malik Monk is torching college basketball. How well will his torrid scoring translate to the next level?
Regardless of Anunoby's recent knee injury, the NBA's recent draft bias toward Leonard-like wings figures to play a major role in the Indiana forward's professional future.