Phoenix Suns Select Deandre Ayton No. 1 in NBA Draft

Phoenix Suns Select Deandre Ayton No. 1 in NBA Draft

Phoenix Suns Select Deandre Ayton No. 1 in NBA Draft

Duke accounted for half the ACC's total with Marvin Bagley III, Wendell Carter Jr. and Grayson Allen. Instead of taking DiVincenzo, they selected Texas Tech wing Zhaire Smith at #16, who they then packaged with the Miami Heat's unprotected 2021 first-round pick in exchange for the tenth overall pick, Mikal Bridges. Talk about awkward. Anything the Cavs do to retain The King will likely include packaging their newest draft pick in a trade for another star, just like they did with Andrew Wiggins in 2014.

There were plenty of wins Thursday night and even more that will become apparent throughout next season.

With the hopes of making up from the awful trade they a made a year ago, the Denver Nuggets took a chance on drafting Missouri forward Michael Porter Jr.

For the record, winners of the draft include the Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks and Cleveland Cavaliers. Porter only guaranteed $2.4 million.

Ayton had been the frontrunner for the No. 1 pick ever since the draft lottery and any doubts were erased when he went through an individual workout with the Suns, the only team which he did so. Embiid's reason for not wanting people to stack up his game next to Ayton's is that Ayton does not play one side of the game. "Puma is the main brand and it's very affordable, and growing up around that brand, I'm used to that brand". A University of Arizona player returning home. The inside of his draft tuxedo not only featured Bahama's flag but also Nigeria and Jamaica ones.

"I was just waiting for my name, and when he called it, my mind went blank", Ayton said.

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After capping his brilliant stay in Spain with another title, the Slovenian guard heads the list of global players expected to be selected, a teenager whose resume is already more complete than even some of the most season veterans. It all comes down to the uncertain futures of LeBron James and Kawhi Leonard, two of the league's top-five players, as well as salary cap caution that continues to be the fallout of the disastrous summer of 2016, which saw many teams splash cash around in freaky fashion.

Ayton is the obvious pick.

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It's history for Ayton, and history for his homeland as well. A high-upside player who will probably spend some time in the G-League.

A native of Bordeaux, France, Okobo began playing for Espoirs Pau-Lacq-Orthez, the training center for the senior team in the Pro A league, at age 16 in 2014. They had their names announced, special accolades and where they are from.

Potential is king in the National Basketball Association draft process, and the more of it you have the higher you are likely to go. A contender for Pro A's Most Improved Player Award, he was a 2017-18 All-Star selection, recording 17 points and a game-high 17 assists in the All-Star Game. But the game showed how good Sexton was, as he scored 40 points to keep Alabama close in what became an 89-84 loss.

Deandre Ayton's exciting offensive game and athletic dunks provide hope for a revival in Phoenix and a glimpse of "Shaq and Kobe 2.0" for years to come.

"They booed (Kristaps) Porzingis (on draft night) and look where he is now".

A plane is flying above Barclays Center carrying three banners. He's accomplished things, and he has been seen in 5-on-5 against high-level competition for a number of years.

The Suns now have a glaring hole at the point, as Elfrid Payton is soon to be a restricted free agent and Brandon Knight is recovering from a torn ACL.

It's chaos and we love it. The company also flew Thursday's billboards in Brooklyn. The Suns just went out and got the best possible big man to complement that skill set. They are followed by Sacramento, Atlanta, Memphis and Dallas.

This highly-skilled 6-foot-11 Aussie center averaged 21.1 points and 10 rebounds as a center.

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