nba draft 2017
The 3-and-D wing prospect followed in the footsteps of Brandon Jennings and Emmanuel Mudiay by skipping NCAA basketball to play overseas.
The sharp-shooting Duke wing may superficially resemble the next Doug McDermott or Nik Stauskas, but a closer look at his game reveals superior playmaking potential.
Kansas forward Josh Jackson is the kind of two-way wing every NBA team covets. But to remain a probable top-five selection, he'll have to answer some serious questions.
The Gonzaga big man's breakout performance against South Carolina in the NCAA tournament semifinal showed why the former prep late-bloomer is seen by many as a first-round NBA draft pick.
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.
The star UCLA guard has a funky, unorthodox shooting motion, but NBA talent evaluators aren't particularly worried.
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.