The Hornets moved up three spots in the NBA draft lottery Wednesday night to land the No. 1 pick and, in the process, snatched the honor away from Charlotte, Washington and Cleveland.
LaMarcus Aldridge thinks he is worthy of being the No. 1 overall pick, but it's not because he thinks it's owed to him, Andy Katz writes.
Toronto GM Bryan Colangelo told ESPN.com on Tuesday that the Raptors' biggest needs were at point guard and center. That might mean LaMarcus Aldridge, says Andy Katz.
As he showed in the final seconds of Monday's win, a healthy LaMarcus Aldridge will dictate the Longhorns' success.
Texas could contend for the national title this season because two of the Horns' best players stayed loyal and returned.
Plus, the latest injury updates on Texas' LaMarcus Aldridge and Washington's Brandon Roy.