The NBA draft is just three weeks away.
That means it’s time to start looking for your first-round draft pick, or a top-tier prospect in any of the top three teams.
It also means that you can start to get an idea of what teams might be interested in adding at this year’s draft.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2018 NBA Draft, the first since 2012.
You can check out the full NBA draft schedule here, and we’ll be updating this article as more information becomes available.
The NBA draft picks are the biggest and most expensive in the draft, so you’re probably going to be paying close attention to who is going to the Sixers, Timberwolves, Cavaliers, Mavericks, Raptors, Nets, Celtics, Pelicans, Hawks, Thunder, Wizards, Lakers, and Warriors.
There are so many teams involved in the 2018 draft, including the Sixers and Timberwolves.
It’s also a little confusing how each team is handling its own picks.
For the Sixers it’s important to make sure that the Sixers have the right fit for Simmons.
The Sixers don’t want to give Simmons to another team before he’s ready, which could lead to them taking him in the second round, which will make it more difficult to move him.
But the Sixers also need to have enough cap space to be able to make a move if they need to.
The Timberwolves have already made a splash in free agency by trading for Kevin Love.
If they decide to trade Simmons, they could end up paying him a bit less than what they paid him to come to Minnesota.
But if they make a deal, it could be a great fit for them because they’ll have Simmons at the top of their board.
If Minnesota doesn’t have enough room to move Simmons, the Wolves could take him in trade, which would give them more flexibility.
It’s also important to note that Simmons has never played for an NBA team, and he’ll likely want to play in a league with a higher salary cap than the NBA.
Simmons would likely be better suited for the Warriors, which has a higher cap than every other NBA team and will have enough salary space to make the move if Simmons was traded to them.
If the Wolves make a big splash, they’ll need to make Simmons a first-rounder.
The draft isn’t scheduled to begin until March 10, but it’s still a good idea to make your picks before then.
Here’s how to do that.
If you’re looking for a good fit for a trade, here are a few teams that could help you get Simmons.
Minnesota Timberwolves: The Timberwolves are one of the NBA’s best teams and they’re not going to have the cap space or cap room to make any moves if they trade Simmons.
But they could make a trade that would allow them to keep Simmons and potentially move him to another position.
If they make the trade, the Timberwolves could move Simmons to guard with Kevin Love, who’s coming off a career year in Minnesota.
The Wolves could also take him as a first round pick, which they’d then use to trade him to other teams.
The Bucks and Raptors could be able make a major splash by acquiring Simmons, but if they don’t, the Pelicans could be the most likely destination.
The Pelicans would love to trade for Simmons, and they could use the picks to move Cousins and Anthony Davis to help improve their roster.
The Suns could be another team looking to move for Simmons in the trade deadline, but they’ll likely be the first team to make that trade.
The Suns could get Simmons for the No. 5 pick, as they need a big-time scorer.
The Rockets are also one of teams with a high ceiling and Simmons could be one of their best options.NBA.com’s Andrew Sharp and Zach Lowe are both writing about the draft and will provide you with the latest information as it becomes available, including mock drafts and draft forecasts.