Colin Cowherd's 2018 NBA offseason predictions – FOXSports.com

Colin Cowherd’s 2018 NBA offseason predictions
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The NBA draft is over and the Minnesota Timberwolves got their men — Georgia Tech guard Josh Okogie and Ohio State forward Keita Bates-Diop. The draft grades for Minnesota’s selections are in and the overall consensus is the Wolves did a very good job.
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Newest Celtic Robert Williams sounds ready to dive into the NBA – The Boston Globe

Newest Celtic Robert Williams sounds ready to dive into the NBA
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Robert Williams, who was selected by the Celtics with the 27th overall pick in Thursday’s NBA draft, took part in a brief conference call with reporters Friday afternoon. There were considerable technical difficulties with the call, but here are a few
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Hawks shout out to NBA tipper for draft-saving tweet – New York Post

Hawks shout out to NBA tipper for draft-saving tweet
New York Post
Hawks GM Travis Schlenk should send Yahoo Sports NBA insider Shams Charania a thank-you note. Schlenk, who joined Atlanta’s front office in 2017, told San Francisco radio station 95.7 The Game that he had an agreement with the Bucks to jump from the …
Hawks GM cancels trade after leaks to media during NBA draftUSA TODAY
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Border Children, Trade War, NBA Draft: Your Friday Evening Briefing – New York Times

Border Children, Trade War, NBA Draft: Your Friday Evening Briefing
New York Times
1. President Trump hit back at criticism over his immigration policies at a White House event for “angel families” — the term some use to describe those who have lost a family member to violence by undocumented immigrants. Mr. Trump lamented the

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2018 NBA Draft Grades: From an A+ for the Mavericks to a D- for the Wizards, here's every team's grade – CBSSports.com

2018 NBA Draft Grades: From an A+ for the Mavericks to a D- for the Wizards, here’s every team’s grade
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The draft night dust has settled. As we sift through the night’s biggest winners and losers, one thing has become increasingly clear to me: the Hawks and Mavericks were the clear-cut champions of the event. Both swung for the fences early, with Dallas
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How this draft sets up future trades and free agency – ESPN

How this draft sets up future trades and free agency
ESPN
The NBA draft is in the rearview mirror, and now all attention moves toward the start of free agency on July 1. With LeBron James, Paul George, Chris Paul and Kevin Durant all potential free agents — even if some are likely to quickly re-sign with
NBA Free Agent Tracker 2018: Keeping tabs on LeBron James, all free agency moves and best available playersCBSSports.com
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Melania Trump, World Cup, NBA Draft: Your Friday Briefing – New York Times

Melania Trump, World Cup, NBA Draft: Your Friday Briefing
New York Times
A Border Patrol agent in Texas this month. Republicans in the Senate are backing narrow legislation to ensure that children are not taken from their parents at the border, but there is disagreement over a broader immigration measure.CreditJohn Moore

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A mom's fairytale draft was spoiled by her employer, the 76ers – Boston.com

A mom’s fairytale draft was spoiled by her employer, the 76ers
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The 76ers put a quick end to the fairy tale — hometown hero who led the local school to national championships and now about to join the surging hometown NBA team — by promptly trading Bridges, who they took with the 10th overall pick, to the Suns in
NBA Draft 2018: How Mikal Bridges’ night was ruined when the hometown 76ers traded him to the SunsCBSSports.com
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Which Teams Made The Biggest Gambles On NBA Draft Night? – FiveThirtyEight

Which Teams Made The Biggest Gambles On NBA Draft Night?
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The NBA draft is a time for optimism, the launching pad for 60 pro careers full of aspirations of championships and star-making moments. In reality, though, only a couple will likely become stars; many more will become key role players, while others
NBA draft surprises: A Trae Young-Luka Doncic trade, and a long tumble for Michael Porter Jr.Washington Post
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2018 NBA Draft 1st Round Rookie Salary Projections – Forbes

2018 NBA Draft 1st Round Rookie Salary Projections
Forbes
The 2018 NBA draft has come to a conclusion and we can now begin to project the salaries for this year’s class of rookies. The highest pay will go to #1 overall pick Deandre Ayton of Arizona, who will earn a maximum of $41,242,888 over his rookie
Winners and losers from the 2018 NBA DraftWashington Post
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