If the Suns do hang on to the No. 1 pick, it's expected that they'll select the seven-foot, 260-pound Ayton.
Hopefully, the Sacramento front office makes a wise choice on draft night and secures their superstar to build around as they head towards contention.
"You could see a lot of pick movement".
A number of teams have also inquired about the possibility of trading into the top three, with an eye on picking Doncic. I think a guy that they have really looked at heavily is Luka Doncic of Real Madrid. It would be silly not even to listen to offers, but it should take something extreme to cause the Suns to part with the top pick. He is dominating the second best league in the world as a 19-year-old young man. Doncic won Euroleague MVP this season.
Still, most signs point toward Doncic joining the National Basketball Association next year.
"Getting a pair of lottery picks and two more intriguing youngsters fits the mentality of this rebuilding organization, particularly because it wouldn't be giving up any of the youngsters in this scenario". But one thing this team has been missing for years is that franchise-altering player that every championship team has to have.
The last time a team traded up for the top point guard prospect in his draft class was last season when the Philadelphia 76ers dealt the No. 3 pick and another protected first rounder to the Boston Celtics for the No. 1 overall selection.