4 pick in the National Basketball Association draft, but it might not be high enough to get their top target. If not, the Lakers are willing to take De'Aaron Fox or Jayson Tatum if they are still on the board.
On June 22, the Phoenix Suns have a great opportunity to add to their young core with the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. During their first workout, the Lakers were unimpressed with Ball's conditioning. The Lakers have been contacted about their No. 2 pick, but it remains unlikely they would trade out of that position, according to the report. Also, the Celtics have an All-Star point guard in Isaiah Thomas so taking one from the 2017 Draft is unnecessary.
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Ball, a native of L.A., has only worked out for the Lakers and hasn't even met with any other teams. The Suns hold their own 2018 pick (which now projects to be a high lottery pick) as well as the rights to the Miami Heat's 2018 pick.
The question is, will general manager Ryan McDonough look to find more wing depth there if the Suns land a new franchise point guard at No. 4?
We have heard rumors about everything from the Lakers trading their pick to them trying to add another top-five pick, and such is the nature of the beast leading up to the NBA Draft.
The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers are no strangers to success, which was recently recounted in a documentary about their strong rivalry in the 80's. "Who are they after?" He averaged 14.6 points, 6.0 rebounds and 7.4 assists a game as a freshman last season.