Warriors acquire second-round pick from the Hawks for cash, future pick

It's nearly NBA Draft night, a night that John Calipari often refers to as "Graduation Night" for his players.

They signed UCLA standout Kris Wilkes to a two-way deal at the conclusion of the second round Thursday night, according to ESPN. The middle of the draft has been a sweet spot for Schlenk the last two years, with shooting guard Kevin Huerter coming aboard last year at No. 19. Jerome is a capable shooter and playmaker with a strong feel for the game and good amount of finesse scoring the ball.

Barclays Center, home of the Nets, served as host for the 2019 NBA Draft.

New Orleans is also set to go again at No. 4 as part of the massive haul it got for trading Anthony Davis to the Lakers, but the Pelicans might be persuaded to deal that pick for Atlanta's two choices.

Popeyes is selling a box of chicken that is 6 feet and 10 inches long to celebrate the likely No. 1 National Basketball Association draft pick Zion Williamson.

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Phoenix has had a bit of a puzzling day at the draft, ultimately maneuvering out of No. 6, down to No. 11, and then coming back here at No. 24 to get this pick from Boston, who had just acquired it from Philadelphia.

The Milwaukee pick going to Boston via the Suns is protected for picks Nos. He also shot 37 percent from 3-point range and made the All-Star Game from the Eastern Conference.

"I've said it 100 times, and it sounds really elementary, but being able to dribble, pass and shoot in today's league is really important", Schlenk said. "I think they're setting up to go after one of the top point guards on the market".

With draft night nearly here, there are a variety of mock drafts trying to project where the Wildcats and other players will go. When you look at his year with us, you appreciate what he accomplished as a freshman in a league that is consistently known as one where veteran players dominate night in and night out. During his senior season, he became the only player in Division I history to amass 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 500 assists and 200 steals.

  • Lawrence Cooper