With the NBA Draft is here and here's everything you need to prepare for before the draft from Deseret News links to national outlets, as well as mock drafts from national and local experts.
Who will go first overall?
Who might the Jazz select?
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Deseret News coverage:
Heading down the stretch, Utah's front office continues to be without a firm grasp on exactly what it should do and, perhaps more important, what it will be able to do with the fifth, 23rd and 35th picks.
If itís anything like last yearís draft night when three trades happened ó and indications are that it just might be eventful ó prepare for a wild few hours.
A look back at the Deseret News' coverage of this year's Jazz pre-draft workouts, including links to extended workout stories and profiles on each player.
Youíve heard of Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins, Dante Exum and Joel Embiid, of course.
While they are the cream of this particular crop, NBA teams are also excited and intrigued about the possibilities of guys who arenít household names yet.
If a report turns out to be true, the Utah Jazz appear to be willing to pay a mighty high price to snag the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft.
General manager Dennis Lindsey has shown he's willing to entertain big offers for big rewards, in hopes of landing the No. 1 pick.
National Draft Coverage:
In-depth draft coverage from ESPN and ESPN the Magazine.
Does Jabari Parker prefer Milwaukee?
USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt writes that the former Duke star seems to show more interest with the Bucks than with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
"I have some comfort level with them, especially with them telling me, 'We want you,'" Parker told Zillgitt. "I didn't get any real answers from the Cavs, so I'm just going with what I'm certain with."
The Orlando Magic and Denver Nuggets made a draft-day deal hours before the event, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, with the Magic sending guard Arron Afflalo to the Nuggets for guard Evan Fournier and the 56th pick.
According to Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Cavaliers are concerned Kevin Love would not sign with Cleveland long term, thus talks with Minnesota about a trade involving the first pick are dying out.
Five teams weíve identified as the most likely to make some serious noise on draft night.
The Miami Heat are trying to move up in the draft to acquire Connecticut's Shabazz Napier, according to Chad Ford of ESPN. The move might be in an effort to appease LeBron James in Miami's attempt to keep him in Miami.
Grantland's Bill Simmons breaks down the craziness of previous NBA drafts.
Dallas and the New York Knicks agreed Wednesday to a six-player trade that sends center Tyson Chandler back to the Mavericks and brings point guard Jose Calderon to the Big Apple, according to the Associated Press.
The Houston Rockets will trade center Omer Asik to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for a future first-round pick, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.
What kind of trades could we see during this year's draft? Jon Krawczynski of the Associated Press breaks down five spots where potential deals could happen, including the Jazz at No. 5.
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