Complete coverage: 2020 NBA draft
LaMelo Ball is selected third overall by the Charlotte Hornets and Anthony Edwards goes No. 1 to the Minnesota Timberwolves in the virtual NBA draft.
A pick-by-pick breakdown of the 2020 NBA draft, which is being held virtually for the first time because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Clippers acquired Detroit guard Luke Kennard in a three-team trade with Brooklyn during Wednesday’s draft that saw them part with reserve guards Landry Shamet and Rodney McGruder.
The Lakers stayed put in the NBA draft on Wednesday, picking Washington forward Jaden McDaniels, who will in turn be traded to Oklahoma City and eventually Minnesota.
Former Chino Hills High teammates LaMelo Ball and Onyeka Okungwu join Lonzo Ball as NBA draft lottery picks.
With New Orleans and Houston picking up some picks via trades, here is a final look at the 2020 NBA draft, which begins at 4:30 p.m. PST Wednesday.
For three years the former Chino Hills High star has been a vagabond, traveling to Lithuania, Ohio and Australia to play. He’s proven able to adapt each stop.
Former Chino Hills High and USC star Onyeka Okongwu might slide in the NBA draft on Wednesday after reports surfaced he has a broken toe.
A final look at how the 2020 NBA draft might go down Wednesday, with reporters from each city making the picks.
Tyrese Haliburton and Malachi Flynn are top NBA draft prospects represented by CAA, which created a “bubble” in Las Vegas that was all business and camaraderie.
The former Chino Hills High and USC star is a bonafide first-round pick and appears a lock to be selected in the top 10 of the NBA draft, possibly as high as No. 3.
The 7-foot-1, 240-pound center out of Memphis could be the Warriors’ center of the future with the No. 2 pick. A look at the young, two-way standout.
Anthony Edwards, the 6-foot-5 guard out of Georgia, appears to be NBA-ready and likely one of the first players selected in the draft, if not No. 1.
Deni Avdija, the 6-foot-9, 215-pound Israeli forward, is a playmaking wing who has zoomed up the NBA draft board.
Chino Hills’ LaMelo Ball and Onyeka Okongwu are expected to be lottery picks during the NBA draft on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Times’ NBA Mock Draft 2.0: Will the Warriors trade their No. 2 pick? And where will LaMelo Ball go?