After four seasons at UCLA, Norman Powell has a new team. The Milwaukee Bucks drafted Powell in the second round, with the 46th overall pick.
But he won't end up in Milwaukee. As part of an earlier deal to acquire Greivis Vasquez, the Bucks traded Powell's rights to the Toronto Raptors.
Powell never envisioned staying at UCLA for this long. He thought he'd be another one-and-done player, like teammate Kevon Looney, who was also drafted on Thursday, with the 30th pick.
"Coming in," Powell told The Times, "I thought I was going to be the guy and just be...