While the summer is a quiet time for basketball, the NBA draft clock never quite stops ticking. With that in mind, The Crossover's Front Office evaluate players who helped or hurt their stock this offseason.
The 2019 NBA Draft is still months away, but it's never too early to pull back the veil on some of the details. In an effort to do so, The Crossover's Front Office provides a handy cheat sheet for every protected pick.
The NBA, NBPA and USA Basketball learned about the new NCAA rule changes in the public sphere with the rest of the world. But now that the information is here, it appears that the other organizations are expected to solve a puzzle that was met with skepticism.
Who is the best guard prospect in the NBA draft? The Front Office examines three players who who could be picked in the lottery: Oklahoma's Trae Young, Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander or Alabama's Collin Sexton.
While the book on Michael Porter Jr. remains fairly thin, several conclusions have been made about who was supposed to be. In a converation with the Front Office, the future lottery pick explains who he is and who he wants to be.