Zach Harper and James Herbert discuss the NBA Draft Lottery, All-Defensive Teams, and the Warriors' win over the Rockets.
While Minnesota has the better roster, Los Angeles could be the more appealing situation for Karl-Anthony Towns.
The NBA Draft Lottery is all for show but it is an amazing show.
The Timberwolves and Lakers will have tough decisions to make in next month's draft
About an hour before the basketball world learned the results of the NBA draft lottery on national TV, 46 people knew every last detail -- and couldn't tell a soul.
Minnesota wins the right to pick first in next month's NBA Draft.
It's no surprise that the Spurs will be nowhere near the NBA draft lottery for the 18th consecutive year, and their free-agent plan is no secret, either: Use Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard to recruit free agent LaMarcus Aldridge.
It's NBA Draft Lottery day, which means that by 9 p.m. EDT, we'll know who has the No. 1 pick. But who needs that pick the most? Here's a breakdown of the 14 lottery teams.
If the Knicks or Lakers are awarded the No. 1 pick in the 2015 draft lottery Tuesday night, the conspiracy theories will be flying -- as in, flying in the face of the facts.
LaMarcus Aldridge, Marc Gasol and (likely) Kevin Love face a decision as summer free agents -- take a 2-year max deal with the promise of bigger TV money coming or sign a longer deal.

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