Markelle Fultz By The NumbersIn being selected No. 1 overall, Fultz became part of an interesting trivia question, becoming just the 12th college basketball player selected No. 1 overall in the NBA Draft since 1960 whose team did not play in the NCAA Tournament. The Sixers have selected three of the 12 players—more than any other team.
Zach Collins: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectThe Gonzaga freshman discusses why he chose to enter the draft and his goals for his NBA career.
Report: Sixers Contact Knicks About Kristaps PorzingisThe Sixers have reportedly contacted the New York Knicks about Kristaps Porzingis.
Moses Kingsley: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectFrom Nigeria to Mississippi to Arkansas, the Razorbacks forward has had quite the journey to becoming a draft hopeful.
2017 NBA Draft: Storylines To FollowThis year's NBA Draft is stacked with talented prospects like Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball and Josh Jackson. Get the important storylines.
Sindarius Thornwell: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectThe Gamecocks senior guard and leading scorer discusses his road to the NBA Draft.
Jon Rothstein On NBA Draft: '[Many] Guards Who Can Make Major Impact'Jon Rothstein, CBS Sports Network college basketball insider, analyzes the prospects in the guard-heavy 2017 NBA Draft.
Warriors Beat Cavs 129-120 To Win NBA TitleThe Golden State Warriors won their second NBA championship in three seasons with a 129-120 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
2017 NBA Draft: Top 5 ProspectsMarkelle Fultz, Josh Jackson, Lonzo Ball... the 2017 NBA Draft is full of talent. Where will they go, and can they live up to the hype?
Alec Peters: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectThe Valparaiso forward discusses his career with the Crusaders and where he sees himself fitting in the NBA.
Derrick Walton: My Life As An NBA Draft ProspectThe Michigan point guard discusses his time with the Wolverines and how he thinks his game translates to the NBA level.
NBA Players Perform Worse Day After Sending Late Night Tweets, Study FindsAccording to a study by Stony Brook University, NBA players perform worse the night after tweeting late at night.